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Posted at 9:45 AM ET, 12/21/2010

Actor injured at U2's "Spiderman" musical; rapper Magnolia Shorty murdered; Local Community Radio Act passes

By David Malitz

- "Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark," the snakebitten Broadway musical with music written by U2, suffered its latest setback on Monday night when an actor in the performance fell while performing a stunt. The actor was taken away in an ambulance and the show was canceled. This was the fourth injury during previews of the much-delayed show, which is scheduled to open on Feb. 7.

- Rapper Magnolia Shorty was murdered Monday in her hometown of New Orleans. The Cash Money rapper, born Renetta Lowe, was 28.

- Congress over the weekend passed the Local Community Radio Act, which proponents say will greatly expand non-commercial radio offerings.

By David Malitz  | December 21, 2010; 9:45 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Magnolia Shorty, U2  
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