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Parallels - World News

David Cameron's Dramatic Rise And Fall

The British prime minister was riding high after a sweeping election victory by his Conservative Party last year. But that campaign included a pledge to hold a referendum on Britain's EU membership.

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Bernie Worrell, 'Wizard Of Woo,' Dies At 72

The influential keyboardist and composer had been diagnosed with late-stage lung cancer. Worrell was a key member of Parliament-Funkadelic and played with the Talking Heads.

From 1991: Funk Legend Bernie Worrell, By Andy Lyman

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Zappa On Zappa: 'Eat That Question' Tells A Contrarian's Story In His Own Words

The new documentary, compiled from a deep archive of interviews, focuses on Frank Zappa's serious side — as a composer keen on exploring ugliness and difficulty.

Zappa On Zappa: 'Eat That Question' Tells A Contrarian's Story In His Own Words

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