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IST Share More Shares of gift and card-makers, including Archies and Hanung Toys & Textiles, slipped in today's trade in a sluggish broader market on Valentine's Day today. Shares of gift and card-makers, including Archies and Hanung Toys & Textiles,
They matter in law, and thank-you notes, and storytelling, and poetry, but they very rarely matter in pop music. Sure, every now and then you'll come across a great melodymaker/wordsmith, or be emotionally struck by a certain phrase in a pop song (
33pm Davy Jones, Mickey Dolenz, Peter Tork and Mike Nesmith. Photo: Getty The Monkees (1966-68, NBC) The Lylas is the latest show to use television exposure to launch a pop musical career. But back in 1966, NBC created a sitcom about four musicians
We play from the heart, so it's a statement we're in tune with. The track we always play to rescue a dancefloor Dawn Penn: No, No, No (Dubbystyles Dubstep Remix) The original is a great track, but this particular remix takes the riddim to new heights.
Pop music + cartoon animation + pubescent audiences + sugary breakfast cereal ads = hit entertainment. In the 1960s and '70s, that equation briefly produced a string of clever, endearing animated feature films and Saturday morning TV serials that
Story Blink and you'll miss them Snowblink performed just one song (the droning, shimmering and lightly soaring Unsurfed Waves ) before giving way to a new band: Aroara, comprised of Broken Social Scene's Andrew Whiteman and his wife Ariel Engle.
Viator High School in Arlington Heights are routinely filled with 971 students, 970 of them human...Its pretty unusual to have a dog in a high school said Brother Rob Robertson, junior class counselor. I think the only other time a dog is in a high
Are the charts succumbing to more epic warbling about heartbreak?...New findings published in Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts suggest that since 1965, chart hits have become longer, beats per minute have reduced and the lyrics of
Yummy Yummy Yummy" was a big hit in 1968 for Ohio Express, but the touring band never played on the band's hits, which were written and produced by Joey Levine, who sang lead on the singles backed by studio musicians. There were times when the
Silberkleit and Maurice Coyne , Mr. Silberkleit's accountant and partner in his pulp publishing business, Columbia Productions, decided to expand into comic books, their investment was $8,000 apiece...Mr. Goldwater was the visionary who dreamed up