Friday, October 18, 2013

Barbie and the sea monster


This is your city underwater


“Calvin and Hobbes” creator Bill Watterson gives rare interview


Watch the colorful trailer for Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel” 


Dollar drops and pound gains amid bets that Fed won’t slow stimulus 


Gal finds success as a male model


Another rare 'sea monster' lands in California

The Dmanisi D4500 early Homo cranium


Barbie Without Makeup


Sleep 'cleans' the brain of toxins


Blow to multiple human species idea


Can GOP, Democrats Come Together On A Budget By Dec. 13?

Today’s Videos: 

Dan Kilian - Settle

Andy Gibb - All I Have to Do Is Dream

By far the best-known version of “All I Have to Do Is Dream” was recorded by The Everly Brothers and released as a single in April 1958. It had been recorded by The Everly Brothers live in just two takes on March 6, 1958 and features Chet Atkins on guitar. Andy Gibb and Victoria Principal released the song as a single and it was the last single by Gibb. The song was the only single by Victoria Principal. Gibb’s romance with Principal also ended when she gave him an ultimatum to choose between her or drugs, but not before they recorded and released a duet of the Everly Brothers' "All I Have to Do Is Dream" in the summer of 1981. He reportedly heard her singing in the shower and convinced her to go into the studio with him. This would be Gibb's last official single, and his last US chart entry, peaking at number 51.
On 5 March 1988, Andy Gibb celebrated his 30th birthday in London, while working on the new album. Soon after, he entered John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford complaining of chest pains and died five days after his birthday, on 10 March 1988, as a result of myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle caused by a recent viral infection which was exacerbated by his years of cocaine abuse. -wiki

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