DUSTY HILL, the quiet, bearded bass player who made up one third of ZZ Top, among the best-selling rock bands of the 1980s, has died at his home in Houston. He was 72. If you're not a subscriber, here's “La Grange,” "Tush," "Cheap Sunglasses," “Legs,” “Sharp-Dressed Man,” and “Give Me All Your Lovin.’”
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THE SUICIDE SQUAD: James Gunn may have saved the day.
KELLY CLARKSON will be paying 200K in monthly spousal support.
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ARTHUR, canceled at PBS after 25 seasons.
KEVIN SMITH: Even "He-Man" manages to be controversial.
RON POPEIL, an inventor and the face of infomercials for “as-seen-on-TV” products like Showtime Rotisserie and Pocket Fisherman, has died. He was 86.
YO GOT ME a Puppy?
AN OLYMPIC HORSE, doing the Safety Dance.
NOPE, I'm not going home.
A HUNGRY ELEPHANT Crashes Through a Kitchen Wall Searching For Salty Snacks.