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Pop-band reunion tour lands at AVA in Tucson tonight

Vertical Horizon's songwriter/frontman Matt Scannell thinks of the Under the Sun tour as a family reunion of pop bands that largely defined the 1990s and early 2000s.

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Amanda Bynes

Amanda Bynes

FILE - In this June 5, 2011 file photo, Amanda Bynes arrives at the MTV Movie Awards, in Los Angeles. Bynes entered a civil compromise to end a misdemeanor hit-and-run case on Thursday Dec. 13, 2012, court records show. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, File)

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Kate Chopin's childhood home

Kate Chopin's childhood home

The O'Flaherty home on 8th Street where Kate O'Flaherty (later Chopin) was born in 1850. The Post-Dispatch published the sketch along with an essay she had written in November 1899, seven months after publication of "The Awakening," her first novel. Post-Dispatch file image

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Kate Chopin

Kate Chopin

Kate O'Flaherty at age 20 in 1870, the year in which she and Oscar Chopin were married in Holy Angels Church, at 14th and LaSalle streets. The couple honeymooned in Europe before settling in New Orleans. Missouri History Museum image

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Kate Chopin

Kate Chopin

Kate Chopin in 1899, the year in which "The Awakening" was published. A few years later, she moved to 4232 McPherson Avenue, where she died on Aug. 22, 1904, at age 54. Missouri History Museum photo

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Kate Chopin

Kate Chopin

Kate O'Flaherty in 1869, the year in which she met her future husband, Oscar Chopin, during a party at Oakland House, the country residence of the family of Louis Benoist, a banker. The home still stands in Affton. Missouri History Museum image

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Oscar Chopin

Oscar Chopin

Oscar Chopin in 1870, the year he married Kate O'Flaherty. The couple lived in New Orleans until 1879, when they moved to the Chopin family plantation near Cloutierville, halfway between Natchitoches and Alexandria in central Louisiana. Oscar Chopin died there in 1882. Missouri History Museum image

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Kate Chopin's home near Grand Center

Kate Chopin's home near Grand Center

Kate Chopin's home at 3317 Morgan Street (now Delmar Boulevard, two blocks east of Powell Symphony Hall), where she wrote her stories and regularly hosted gatherings of local writers and artists. This photo was taken in 1945. Recently built housing is on the site today. Missouri History Museum image

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Look Back o113

Look Back o113

B. Gratz Brown, a lawyer in St. Louis and one of the few emancipationist leaders in Missouri who supported giving former slaves the right to vote. He represented Missouri in the U.S. Senate from 1863 to 1867, served as governor in 1871 and was Horace Greeley's running mate in the 1872 presid…

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Look back 1014

James O. Broadhead, a Union leader in St. Louis during the Civil War who became the first president of the American Bar Association in 1878. He was a law partner of Alonzo Slayback. Broadhead was elected to the U.S. Congress as a Democrat in 1882 and served one term. He died in 1898. (Missou…

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