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August 7, 2015 How do you say goodbye to TV's smartest satirist, especially when he seems determined not to get too sentimental? You invite everyone who's ever been a correspondent, and a surprise guest or two.
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Bruce Springsteen performs in May in Century City, Calif.
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August 29, 2014 Also: the case for a more inclusive literary culture; health care and the modern writer.
Bruce Springsteen (left) and Jimmy Fallon doing their "Gov. Christie Traffic Jam."
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January 15, 2014 The New Jersey governor gets skewered by NBC's late-night comic and The Boss. Check out their "Born to Run" parody about the scandal surrounding Christie's staff.
Paul McCartney, left, and Bruce Springsteen during Saturday's show in Hyde Park — before the plug was pulled. Frame grab from video posted by "BenR753" on YouTube.
July 16, 2012 At a show Saturday night in Hyde Park, the Boss welcomed the Beatle on stage. But when they went past the local curfew, organizers pulled the plug before the singers could say good night. There's video.
June 29, 2012 David Brooks may be right that the allure of the particular draws people to rock concerts and political rallies. But the best music, like the best politics, takes a different approach.
June 20, 2011 The E Street Band saxophonist died over the weekend, one week after suffering a stroke. He was 69. See if you agree that his playing on Jungleland was the best of many memorable solos.
Saxophonist Clarence Clemons and Bruce Springsteen during a 2009 concert in Munich.
June 15, 2011 In the first official confirmation that the saxophone player suffered a stroke, The Boss adds that Clemons will "need much care and support to achieve his potential once again." There's a special e-mail address for get-well messages.
June 13, 2011 Clemons is 69. His saxophone has been a driving force in the E Street Band since the early '70s.
November 13, 2007 Bruce Springsteen rocks my world (and thousands of other people's as well)!
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