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Graceland is honoring Elvis Presley’s 79th birthday with a fun-filled four-day bash that kicks off on Jan. 8 in Memphis. We’re getting all shook up just thinking about it!
Elvis Presley may have left the building but his legacy lives on through his countless loyal fans. Graceland, the late singer’s mansion and 13.8-acre estate in Memphis, Tenn., is opening its glorious doors to the public for a celebration fit for the King!
Elvis’ Birthday In Graceland: Fans Are Celebrating With A 4-Day Party
It’s the King of Rock and Roll’s would-be birthday on Jan. 8 and fans aren’t about to let it go by unnoticed!
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To get the party started, a proclamation ceremony will be read in Graceland at 9:30 a.m. on Jan. 8. City and county leaders will be on hand to cut the birthday cake »
The beginning of a calendar year is an active time for the serious movie-watcher. Besides providing the most accelerated moment of awards pre-season and a profusion of top 10 lists, the new year also portends surprises from the influx of films annually chosen for preservation by the Nfpb and the new streaming contracts that motivate some heavy updates on your Netflix queue. But the Duke School of Law has also annually contributed another litany of films to these annual aggregations: films (and other creative works) that, as of January 1st of each year, they argue should be, but aren’t, added to the public domain. According to the Center for the Study of the Public Domain, if the Copyright Act of 1976 (which went into effect in 1978) had never been passed, as of last week many works from 1957 would go into public domain in the United States, including classic films like David Lean’s Bridge on the River Kwai »
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