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December 2018: Vol 44, No 12

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Here’s another case of “beware of what you read on the Internet:” Facebook reported on Nov. 12 that actor Robert Conrad had died. Hundreds of fans immediately started writing their messages of condolences on the Facebook page. Two days later, the story was confirmed to be a complete hoax and thankfully, the 89-year-old handsome star of TV, silver screen and radio is alive and well

November 2018: Vol 44, No 11

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For most of us who remember her late father, Danny Thomas, himself a famous comedian and philanthropist, the fact that his daughter Marlo will be celebrating her 81st birthday on Nov. 21 is somewhat mind-boggling.
It seems like yesterday that the That Girl star was shining bright in her own right.

October 2018: Vol 44, No 10

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To say that the 90s was a blockbuster year for Gere is an understatement. But his stairway to stardom began shortly after graduation from high school in 1967 where he played several instruments and wrote his own music.

September 2018: Vol 44, No 9

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If you are among the gazillion people on the planet who have seen Marvel’s blockbuster Black Panther movie that premiered in February, you marveled at its star, Angela Bassett, who played the role of Ramonda, mother of King T’challa. Throughout her brilliant career, Bassett has been noted for portraying real life African-American women, as well as strong women. She once said: “That’s the image that I like to put out there, and those are the parts I’m attracted to. But not iron-fist kind of strong, just self-assured. I’m nice too.”

August 2018: Vol 44, No 8

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When the iconic Bob Dylan was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, another singing icon, Bruce Springsteen, told the audience: “Bob freed the mind the way Elvis freed the body. He invented
a new way a pop singer could sound, broke through the limitations of what a recording artist could achieve and changed the face of rock and roll forever.”

July 2018: Vol 44, No 7

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For most actors, singers and entertainers, the stairway to stardom starts on the lowest rung, taking on menial jobs, hoping to be discovered and spending years in bit movie or TV parts.
On the other hand, there are those who are destined for greatness from the moment they are born.
Liza Minnelli fts into that category. Why? Because she happens to be the daughter of Judy Garland, a true American icon and entertainment legend if there ever was one

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