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Unity and Variety in Stonehenge

The Stonehenge is possibly the most famous prehistoric monument filled with unity of rocks with a variety of sizes dating back all the way to the B.C  ages. 137 more words


Prince and Michael

I remember just where I was sitting when the news of Michael Jackson’s death flashed onto my phone: a conference room in a Santa Barbara hotel where the annual conference of The National Society of Newspaper Columnists was about to commence. 504 more words

Michael Jackson

Like a Rolling Stone

The Beatles were never quite dethroned in terms of influence and popularity by any other British group in early 1960s America, but boy did the Rolling Stones come close. 576 more words

Rock And Roll

Who's In Their 70's But Parties Like A Rock Star In Their 20's?

The Rolling Stones have still got it and their rider proves how these 70-year-olds party like it’s their 20’s.

Here’s a list:

With another world tour under their belts, The Stones have a few requests while on the road including the bar never closes. 89 more words


What I'm Listening To Today

“Beast of Burden” by The Rolling Stones

Seriously, how is this song so perfect? He wants to do everything and anything for the girl. This song is just so great. 12 more words


Happy Birthday Mick






Can we all agree on one thing?

There is nothing like a Mickey Mouse band aid.

A paper cut can really hose up your day. 177 more words


Satisfaction: The Story of how a Woman, a Long Year of High School, and Other Misadventures Contributed to My Seeing The Rolling Stones in Dallas, Texas PART ONE (BRUCE CORNER)

(The founder of Movie Talk with some “Official Rolling Stones Merchandising” shortly after The Rolling Stones in Dallas, Texas on June 6th, 2015)

(Note: The following is the first in a series of columns titled “Bruce Corner”, where I discuss stories involving my past. 2,912 more words

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