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The Time David Bowie and Iggy Pop Appeared on Daytime TV in 1977

April 15, 1977: Iggy Pop and David Bowie were guests on Dinah’s Place. Promoting Lust for Life, Iggy and David, along with Tony Sales on bass and Hunt Sales on drums, performed “Sister Midnight” and “Fun Time.” During the interview segment, Bowie was shown in tears from trying to stifle his laughter when Dinah Shore asked Iggy what it felt like to crawl around on broken glass: 15 more words

"The Way We Weren't"

Donald Trump’s Strangest Bedfellows: Part 12

The Way We Weren’t

This is Part 12 of a blog series titled “Donald Trump’s Strangest Bedfellows.”
Although each entry in the series has some information and commentary… 7,076 more words

Trump Presidency

to act in sacred fashion

I didn,t see very far ahead

of me, so when the waters

went dark, I wasn’t afraid.

You were going down deep

and I was laughing because… 65 more words

Golf, you bloody fool!

Golf, you just kicked Lexi Thompson in the stomach.

Mid-round, playing immaculate, powerful golf and with a comfortable lead she was called for a previous day rule infringement. 251 more words


Stephen Boyd Sings on the Dinah Shore Chevy Show, March 13, 1960

Having just viewed this show myself for the first time ever ( yes, my heart is still pounding!), I must also agree with Hedda Hopper. Stephen oozes charm in this show, and he has radiant chemistry with the always lovely Dinah Shore. 302 more words

Stephen Boyd

"America's Idea of Irish Too Theatrical, Says Boyd" - Stephen Boyd Interview Mar 9, 1960

The Galveston Daily News, 09 March 1960

Irish actor Stephen Boyd, looking forward to his St. Patrick’s Day singing debut, says America’s impression of fellow Gaels is off base. 353 more words

Stephen Boyd