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Topic - Andy Williams
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska has received so many requests from people seeking aid with Obamacare that company heads have turned to the temporary work force and hired extra employees just to deal solely with the enrollment process.
We celebrate the pop music trio, the Bee Gees with a selection of some of their most memorable tunes spanning four decades.
Clive Davis, a kid from Brooklyn, makes his way through New York University and Harvard Law School on brains and ambition. He is hired by a New York law firm and impresses his bosses with his capacity for hard work. He is soon making good money, with the realistic expectation of making much more in the long run.
For 30 years of options, David Stern's answer came surprisingly quickly.
The life of Jenni Rivera was celebrated Wednesday in song, as passionate fans chanted "Jenni! Jenni!" at the singer's memorial service, which was billed as a "celestial graduation" by her family.
The late American crooner Andy Williams, famous for easy-listening hits such as "Moon River" and "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" from his beloved Christmas TV specials, had a passion for Navajo blankets. He assembled a museum-quality collection that's slated to be auctioned for more than $1 million next year.
The late American crooner Andy Williams, famous for his classic easy-listening hits such as "Moon River," also had a passion for Navajo blankets.
In an Oct. 31 obituary for songwriter Bill Dees, The Associated Press misidentified the late Andy Williams' theater in Branson, Mo. It is the Moon River Theater, not the Moore River Theater.
Bill Dees emerged from his days as an out-of-cash young songwriter to pen tunes for Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn and other country music greats, but the centerpiece of his career was his work with Roy Orbison, including co-writing "Oh, Pretty Woman."
Garth Brooks promised he'd be emotional during his Country Music Hall of Fame induction. But the tears started before he made it all the way into the building.
Entertainer Andy Williams was remembered Sunday for a smooth voice that could soothe the soul, an inviting smile and a warmth that became synonymous with Christmas as celebrities and fans alike gathered for a memorial tribute at his Moon River Theatre in the southwest Missouri town he adopted as his home.
For the older _ OK, squarer _ side of the generation gap, Andy Williams was part of the soundtrack of the 1960s and `70s, with easy-listening hits such as "Moon River," the "Love Story" theme and "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" from his beloved Christmas TV specials.
For the older _ OK, squarer _ side of the generation gap, Andy Williams was part of the soundtrack of the 1960s and `70s, with easy-listening hits like "Moon River," the "Love Story" theme and "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" from his beloved Christmas TV specials.
With a string of gold albums, a hit TV series and the signature "Moon River," Andy Williams was a voice of the 1960s, although not the '60s we usually hear about.
Quotes reflecting on the memory of crooner Andy Williams, who died Wednesday in Branson, Mo., after a yearlong battle with cancer. He was 84.
"People are confused, fearful, angry, not sure what to do," Mr. Williams said, in NebraskaWatchdog.org. "We're trying to calm the waters as much as we can with solid, basic information and help walk through it."
"All of the enrollees are being contacted to verify information because in many cases it is coming to us as inaccurate or incomplete," said Blue Cross spokesman Andy Williams, in NebraskaWatchdog.org.