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Topic - Paul Williams
Tourists, exchange students, masters of the financial universe and other travelers: It's time to buckle up.
OK, so they made syrupy songs that blurred the lines of musical genres, but Karen Carpenter had the voice of angel that made the Carpenters a musical sensations of the 1970s.
Gennady Golovkin sits down at the traditional Greek restaurant and orders a salad covered in steak. With his thick flannel shirt and rough-hewn features, he could be a mountain man who somehow wandered down into the trendy shops and eateries on Larchmont Boulevard.
Hal David, the stylish, heartfelt lyricist who teamed with Burt Bacharach on dozens of timeless songs for movies, television and a variety of recording artists in the 1960s and beyond, has died. He was 91.
Timeline for 100-year history of Beverly Hills Hotel:
Chris Johnson recorded his eighth consecutive game scoring in double figures with 19 points and Dayton beat George Washington 75-59 Saturday.
Steve Martin and The Steep Canyon Rangers turned the International Bluegrass Music Association Awards into funny business Thursday night.
Bruce Springsteen pumped up the volume for music at last year's Toronto International Film Festival, and this year, the cinema showcase has cranked it up to 11.
"In many years and decades of being in law enforcement, I've never seen someone return an item out of guilt," San Bernardino Police Lt. Paul Williams told KABC-TV.
Mr. Williams said they ran a series of turbulence-predicting algorithms for the North Atlantic winter period and compared the results to pre-industrial rates.