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Not so surprising when you consider that we learn the craft from the moment we leave the womb. We may just be head and shoulders into the world but the first words we hear on arrival? "Darling, you've never looked more beautiful."...Because if mum
Ann and I have lived in this lovely house for over 30 years (that's her in the picture behind me), and this is my cosy little den. It all began in 1973 when I covered a Commonwealth Conference in Canada for ITN and met a very attractive lady who was
Singer Boh Runga has been a pop star, is a successful jewellery designer and comes from one of Christchurch's most famous musical families, thanks to sister Bic. The 43-year-old says her father thought real jobs were for suckers...We've got these
Kyoto Protocol, featuring frontman Fuad Alhabshi (seated in the front) and (from left) Shanjeev Reddy, Shakeil Bashir, Gael Oliveres and Hairi Haneefa, is set to take on the Good Vibes Festival at Sepang International Kart Circuit on Aug 17.
Search M Stevens-David Growing up in Aroostook County, Maine there wasn't too much we didn't see but there was still a lot that we didn't know about. Back in the sixties, when I was growing up, it was a whole different ball game from today...In
How does one categorize the Grammy-winning band The Civil Wars ? That is the questions, to put in Shakespearean speak. Regardless of the label you'd give the intriguing duo of Joy Williams or John Paul White , they definitely show their top-rate
A few weeks earlier you were afraid of going under anesthesia and not waking up. They said you'd do great; that this was routine; that we'd see you again soon...I've never met someone who was grateful for life the way you expressed to me that day.
British indie group The xx, featuring Romy Madly Croft (left) and Oliver Sim, made an impact in the region after taking on a successful Asian tour...With their sparse guitar lines, hushed vocals and enigmatic stage presence, The xx are a band who
Led by visionary, lyricist and guitarist Robin Staps, The Ocean's latest effort, Pelagial [released April 30 via Metal Blade], an aural journey from the surface to the depths of Earth's oceans, is as dynamic as it is visceral. The record unfolds as
My husband, "Scott," and I have been married for three years, and our families keep asking when we're going to have children...I just became a licensed physician's assistant, and Scott was accepted into an Ivy League doctoral program.