X Factor judge and multi-platinum selling pop star Daniel Bedingfield is putting his hand up for taxpayer cash to promote his latest song. He has applied for a $6000 grant from the latest round of New Zealand On Air’s “Making Tracks” funding to produce a video for his song Out Of My Head
Coming soon to a theatre near you: China’s Communist Party. From demanding changes in plot lines that denigrate the Chinese leadership, to dampening lurid depictions of sex and violence, Beijing is having increasing success in pressuring Hollywood into deleting movie content it finds objectionable
If there were any doubts about the lingering force of fabled rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix more than four decades after his death, his latest single should put them to rest.
‘The Kiss’ smoochers reunited for 67th anniversary of VJ day
The Year of Our Lord 1962 was a year of American resolve, Russian orbiting, European union and Chinese war. In a tense yet hope-filled time, these were the events that dominated conversation and invited history’s scrutiny
YOUTH One sociologist calls them “the Freudian proletariat.” Another observer sees them as “expatriates living on our shores but beyond our society.” Historian Arnold Toynbee describes them as “a red warning light for the American way of life.” For California's Bishop James Pike, they evoke the early Christians: “There is something about the temper and quality of these people, a gentleness, a quietness, an interestsomething good.” To their deeply worried parents throughout the country, they seem more like dangerously deluded dropouts, candidates for a very sound spanking and a cram course in civicsif only they would return home to receive either. Whatever their meaning and wherever they may be headed, the hippies have emerged on the U.S
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