Today in the history of entertainment | national

On October 5, 1950, the game show “You Bet Your Life” premiered on NBC, with Groucho Marx as the host. In 1959, Bobby Darin’s “Mack the Knife” hit number one on the pop charts. In 1962 the Beatles single “Love Me Do” with “PS I Love You” was released in …

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The tribute to the queen that could haunt your dreams

The Internet has finally done it; someone created a feline version of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” and if you love dogs like this author, chances are you have mixed feelings about it. “Bohemian Catsody” is the product of YouTuber Shirley Șerban, a New Zealand woman who has a penchant for creating …

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From Saturday October 9 to Friday October 15

DAYBREAK WITH EVONNE FERGUSON Evonne will be there with the early risers to make the weekend easier with its sweet blend of music across the centuries, plus regular intervals for news and weather. Join conservationist Anja Murray every Saturday morning at 9:20 a.m. for Nature File – a celebratory trip …

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Sophie Ellis-Bextor spoke of her rape at age 17.

Trigger Warning: This article is about rape and sexual abuse, so it may be a trigger for some readers. In an excerpt from his new thesis, Rotating plates, Sophie Ellis-Bextor has revealed that she was raped when she was 17 years old. The Murder on the dance floor The singer …

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LITTLE TOWN * BIG ART welcomes Lori Hepner

PC: ST * BA Wailuku’s creative place-making program, SMALL TOWN * BIG ART (ST * BA), announces its latest public art collaboration to share stories of its distinctive sense of place, history and culture. In her January 2021 proposal to co-develop an innovative project with the ST * BA team …

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