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HITS ' HIGH 5: WE'RE TAKING THE UNDER

We had our bookie on the phone and inquired which is the better lock: Pats over the Jets by 24, Cowboys over the Dolphins by 22 or that Trump did some sneaky dealings with the Ukraine? We bet the favorites in all three. We’re also betting that these five stories  are the week’s best…

After deciding they prefer Thousand Island over Balsamic Vinaigrette, our Grammy chewers wondered who will be the wild card in this year’s Grammy nominations?

Billie Eilish and her brother FINNEAS made the rounds in select company in L.A. this week, appearing at the Grammy Museum and the Troubadour.

Turning 50: Everything old is new again as Robbie Robertson revisited “The Weight”; Sony Legacy boxes up Dylan’s Nashville years; and Motown reveals the music the label didn’t release.

Holly Gleason connected the music of fellow Cleveland native Ric Ocasek to the arc of her own coming of age.

It was a good week for films. Netflix is streaming the Clive doc, films from The Lumineers and Bruce Springsteen debuted in Toronto and Ken BurnsCountry Music on PBS has an impressive soundtrack

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