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My parents' Swiss connection In 1946 my Anglo-Irish father, Peter, took the train from London to Geneva to visit his mother at the Alpina sanatorium in Davos. He met a Swiss girl on the train who invited him to spend a few days with her family on the
35 Click to rate Rating 62 We are a nation of bent coppers - Lord Snooty , CHester, 14/9/2012 10:35 Click to rate Rating 74 As usual, there will be a cover up. I cannot see this government allowing the prosecution and senencing of middle
Grammy Award-winning R&B legend Gladys Knight has been added to the stellar line-up for the 2012 Groovin' In The Park concert which unfolds at Roy Wilkins Park in Queens, New York, on July 1. "Gladys is a music icon and one of the biggest R&B stars.
The contestants on Dancing With the Stars have to perform a dance to their most memorable moment in their life. Gladys Knight and Tristan MacManus danced the Foxtrot. Glady chose 1957 as her most memorable year for since that was the first year
Joy Branigan, left, and her sisters Liz and Shona, who is holding Bess, on an outing to the coast in the 1970s Snapshot: At the beach with Bess the dog When I was 10 we got a labrador puppy called Bess. Here we are on her first outing: Druridge Bay
Written by Filed Under Recording artist Gladys Knight will headline Indiana Black Expo's Summer Celebration Music Heritage Festival on July 20 at American Legion Mall in Downtown Indianapolis. We are elated to have as our centerpiece for next summer'
Maine (AP) — Gene McDaniels, a singer who became a star in the 1960s after several Top 40 hits and later a hit-making songwriter, has died in Maine. He was 76. Karen McDaniels told the Associated Press her husband died Friday at
Rex Features Sarah Mendes da Costa, the current voice of the Speaking Clock As the pips go on its 75th anniversary this weekend, the "speaking clock" still registers 30 million calls each year, generating nearly £10m in revenue for British Telecom.
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Bobby Robinson liked to recall how it all began: with him, a World War II veteran, sitting on a fire hydrant in front of a hat shop in Harlem in 1946...Agins/The New York Times Bobby Robinson, one of the first blacks to own a shop on 125th Street, in