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T.I. avoids new charges; U.S. Royalty named best dressed at CMJ; Jeff Krulik hosts panel in Arlington

tiT.I. won't face any additional charges stemming his September arrest. (Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

By David Malitz

- T.I. will take whatever good news he can get these days and yesterday's ruling that he won't face charges for a September arrest for alleged drug possession qualifies. The rapper has already been sentenced to 11 months in prison for a probation violation tied to the arrest, part of the reason prosecutor's declined to press new charges.

- Local rockers U.S. Royalty were named "Best Dressed" band at CMJ by Esquire. Congratulations ... we think?

- "Heavy Metal Parking Lot" mastermind Jeff Krulik will host a discussion titled "The Rise of Rock-and-Roll" on Saturday, Nov. 6 at Arlington's new Artisphere. It's a gathering for folks who were there to see some of rock's biggest names (the Doors, Alice Coopers, Janis Joplin) at some very offbeat Virginia locations (Alexandria Rolling Rink, Northern Virginia Community College). It's billed as "part panel discussion, part slide show, part band and scene reunion."

By David Malitz  | October 26, 2010; 9:59 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Jeff Krulik, T.I., U.S. Royalty  
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