Paola Guanche debuted with Adele's "Turning Tables." Courtesy Telemundo hide caption

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Telemundo's 'La Voz' Hands Latino Kids The Mic
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Darlene Love, one of the background singers featured in Twenty Feet From Stardom, didn't receive credit for singing hits in the 1950s and '60s and says her career was derailed by legendary producer Phil Spector. Radius/TWC hide caption

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Spotlighting Background Singers In 'Twenty Feet From Stardom'
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José-Luis Orozco is as much an educator as an entertainer: The singer and author is passionate about teaching children to be bilingual through music. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jose-Luis Orozco: Capturing Kids' Attention In Two Languages
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Ray Manzarek (far right) stands with fellow members of The Doors Jim Morrison (from right), Robby Krieger and John Densmore in 1968. Manzarek died Monday in Germany. He was 74. Express/Getty Images hide caption

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The Doors' Keyboard Counterpoint Goes Silent: Remembering Ray Manzarek
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More than 500 items from the Captain Kangaroo show — including Dancing Bear's life-sized costume. Nate D. Sanders Auction House hide caption

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Nostalgia For Sale As Captain Kangaroo's Pals Are Auctioned Off
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Former bandmates Draco Rosa and Ricky Martin, seen here on stage at Univision's 2013 Premio Lo Nuestro awards celebration, reunite on Rosa's new album, Vida. John Parra/Getty Images hide caption

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Draco Rosa: A Pop Survivor Returns From The Brink, With Friends
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Mouseketeer Annette Funicello Dies At 70
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The American actress and singer Annette Funicello, photographed here circa 1960, died April 8, more than two decades after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Henry Gris, FPG/Getty Images hide caption

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A Tip Of The Mouse Ears To Annette Funicello, 1942-2013
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Jimmy Fallon To Take Over For Jay Leno On NBC's 'Tonight Show' In Spring 2014
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Guillaume Rocheron, Bill Westenhofer, Erik-Jan De Boer and Donald R. Elliott at the 85th Annual Academy Awards in February. Rhythm & Hues Studios, the company that produced the effects for winning film Life of Pi, recently declared bankruptcy. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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Visual-Effects Firms Having Trouble Seeing Green
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A scene from the upcoming animated series based on the popular game Angry Birds. The show will be distributed to existing users of the digital game. Rovio hide caption

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Angry Birds TV, Coming To A Mobile Screen Near You
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Though the Land of Oz looks familiar in Disney's new film Oz The Great and Powerful, it's just one of many iterations of L. Frank Baum's legendary country of wizards, witches and flying monkeys. Walt Disney Pictures hide caption

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'Oz,' The Great And Often Imitated
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Will 'Oz The Great And Powerful' Gain Emerald Status?
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Spanish-Language Network Univision Ranks 3rd In U.S. Ratings
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