If I was to introduce you to Sir Richard Starkey MBE, would you know who I was referring to? However, I can guarantee that if I said one word, you would immediately know I was talking about a musician, songwriter, singer and actor who became one of the most famous men in the world.
Mary Louise “Meryl” Streep is celebrating her 69th birthday today! She does not really need an introduction to the women in our Sixty and Me community since her acting career has spanned our lives.
I am sure that he doesn’t remember me. I was in the pulsing sea of 15,000 young 16-year-old girls in Detroit, on Sunday, September 6, 1964, at Olympia Stadium in Detroit, Michigan.
Tariffs have been in the news a lot lately. First, the U.S. shocked its allies, Canada, the EU and Mexico, by announcing a 25% tariff on steel and 10% on aluminum. Then, just last week, President Trump said that he wants to put tariffs on $50-billion worth of Chinese goods.
Even after 50 years of astonished viewing, the meaning of 2001: A Space Odyssey remains open to discussion.
Morgan Freeman once said that he liked to play characters who were his absolute opposite. His logic was that when his real self was hidden away, he could let a new character fill the emptiness.
Bob Dylan. Many people think he is one of the most influential singer-songwriters of the 20th century. Dylan is still well known today for songs that demonstrate a rebellious voice that played such a huge part of our teenage years.
In late April, 2018, the eyes of the world were on Prince William and Princess Kate as they welcomed their newest addition to their family.
We all have our favorite James Bond actor, and I must admit Pierce Brosnan is up there in my top three. However, whenever I watch any of his four Bond films, he is my Number One! I think that’s how it always it. But, in the case of Pierce Brosnan, there truly is a special attraction for me.
Stevie Wonder is one of those cultural icons with the charisma and depth of character to turn a birthday song into a political statement.