This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 5 LOS ANGELES - The day she found out that her group Eurythmics had its first No. 1 single in America, Annie Lennox was at a hotel in San Francisco. The hotel was Japanese-inspired, and its windows appeared to have a rice-paper-like translucency. Lennox was already beginning to struggle with the early onset of fame-related anxiety, and this didn't help. "It felt like I had nowhere to hide," Lennox says now. "I was so conscious of earthquakes, because I had never really been to San Francisco before. Maybe once. And I was just thinking, 'Oh my God, I feel so vulnerable. Now we've got rice-paper windows and earthquakes happening.' It was like being naked in front of the world." The single that kick-started the duo's pathbreaking, almost decade-long run up the pop charts - the galvanic synth-pop classic "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" - will turn 40 next year. In the run-up … [Read more...] about Annie Lennox beguiled us in the MTV age. Now she calms us down online.
1 Obituaries Stephen Plum, Jr., a Warrington K9 officer who died last week at 38, was from Abington Township and had strong roots in Montgomery County. Jon Campisi , Patch Staff Reply Stephen Plum, Jr., right, walks with his friend, Ryan Allen, and Allen's police dog, Louie. Plum, 38, died last week. Allen, 35, died in April. Both were K9 officers who forged a strong friendship with one another. Stephen Plum, Jr., left, and Ryan Allen, center, are pictured together during a training. Plum, a K9 officer in Warrington, Bucks County, passed away last week at 38. Allen, 35, a Hatboro K9 officer, died in April. They were very good friends. Stephen Plum, Jr.'s, police K9 vehicle from Warrington Township was spotted at the April memorial service for fallen Hatboro K9 officer Ryan Allen. Plum died last week at 38. He and Allen were best friends. ABINGTON, PA — The Warrington Township, Bucks … [Read more...] about Fallen Bucks Co. K9 Officer With Montco Roots Is Remembered
0 Politics & Government "Rosie, from her garage, out of the necessity of bankruptcy and despair, brought all this together," Stewart said. "I'm just honored." Daily Montanan , News Partner Posted Reply Daily Montanan June 16, 2022 U.S. soldiers deployed to bases in Afghanistan and Iraq often lived and worked alongside large pits where batteries, plastics, rubber, chemicals and other garbage would be lit on fire with jet fuel. The legacy of those burn pits followed thousands of military members back to the United States, where they have suffered from cancer, neurological disorders and numerous other illnesses. On Thursday, the U.S. Senate, in an overwhelming 84-14 bipartisan vote, agreed to expand health care and benefits those veterans will receive, in long-sought, sweeping legislation brokered by Montana Sen. Jon Tester and Kansas Sen. Jerry Moran. “Over the last two decades, an estimated 3.5 million … [Read more...] about U.S. Senate Passes Landmark legislation To Aid Veterans Exposed To Burn Pits, Agent Orange