Bobby Womack The Civic, The Edge, Auckland Saturday, May 18 Dressed in a red (what looked like) vinyl suit, and cap, when Bobby Womack took the stage he could easily be mistaken for any modern day pop star.
Astronomy may be hard science, but there’s always been a whiff of Disney about it too. What else beyond enchantment could explain the ice volcanoes on Neptune’s moon Triton, the helium rain in the atmosphere of Jupiter, the beads of colored glass scattered across the surface of the moon
After 30 years in the military, Roosevelt Dickerson wasn’t looking for a new career challenge. A retired Air Force chief master sergeant, he took some small-time jobs here and there for a few years nothing too strenuous, nothing too taxing.