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Les Parapluies de Cherbourg (The Umbrellas of Cherbourg)

A few days ago in Brazil, the Letterman-y Jô Soares interviewed the film and TV composer Michel Legrand, a lovable old man with the energy and spirit of a kid. 543 more words

The first, and the latest!

Nearly fifty years separate these two photographs. You will recall that I recently visited Scotland for a few days, it’s not the first time I’ve been north of the border, but it is only the second visit. 168 more words


Day 83: "A Hard Day's Night"

When was it recorded?   Apr. 16, 1964

When was it first released, and on which album?  Jul. 10, 1964 on “A Hard Day’s Night”

Who wrote it? 1,145 more words


First Mustang Owner, A Chicago Teacher, 'Felt Like A Movie Star'

CHICAGO (CBS) – Thursday marks the 50th anniversary of the debut of the Ford Mustang, one of the company’s most iconic models. The first Mustang production model ever sold was bought by a Chicagoan. 278 more words


1965 Ford Ranchero- $16,500

RARE 64′ Ranchero with bucket seats, center console, and a 4 speed

Super clean inside and out, it’s an absolute blast to drive

289 with a Holley 4brl Carb… 26 more words


April 17th 1964: Ford Mustang debuts


On this day in 1964, the Ford Motor Company introduced their new sports car – the Ford Mustang – to the public. The Mustang was one of the first ‘pony cars’, which are smaller sports car-like coupes. 143 more words


Remembering civil rights history, when ‘words meant everything’

2014 is the fiftieth anniversary of the Civil Rights Act (1964). As part of a series of stories on this subject, NPR has run several stories and videos. 417 more words

Cupertino Poetry Exchange