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Once you leave this world, the family must make sure that the fallen soul rests for the remaining time being. Hence memorial service is a massive part of this process. But at times, even that becomes a tough job. Such is the story of our darling Edith Howard Cook. Her body was discovered in San Francisco. And a year later,...
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When the war was at its peak, many soldiers were going through hell and high waters for their survival. A little outside the Rawah Anbar province in Iraq, many soldiers were facing terrifying attacks on a daily basis. But even at desperate times like these, miracles do happen. This story below is going to warm your heart like no...
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Elvis Presley is one of the biggest icons in the history of pop culture. He is known as the King of Rock N’ Roll, and he didn’t get this title without a reason. He had the incredible combination of stunning looks, a killer voice, and an irresistible charm. He won over the masses with his talent, and also caused...
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The song 'The Sound of Silence' is everyone's favorite piece. And why wouldn't it be! The melody and the lyrics is enough to give us nostalgia. Although it was released in 1964, it has won millions of heart. Many artists sang its cover in different versions but nobody did it like Touch of class. Sang by Touch of Class with...
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Neil Sedaka started his music career back in 1957 and has sold millions of records as an artist. He has written and co-written more than 500 songs till date. He was eight years old when he auditioned successfully for a piano scholarship to the Juilliard School of Music’s Preparatory Division for Children, which he attended on Saturdays. His mother...
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Rick Astley, the name needs no introduction for generations. Either you are a huge fan of his music, or someone has rickrolled you. Regardless of the reason, his famous musical number "Never Gonna Give You Up" has received a lot of love and praise. The catchy lines and his signature steps have us singing along. Recently, a dedicated Youtuber has...
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I wanna be a billionaire so freaking bad Buy all of the things I never had Uh, I wanna be on the cover of Forbes magazine Smiling next to Oprah and the Queen If you know these lines by heart, then you know the celebrity the clip below features. Yes, it's none other than Bruno Mars, the American singer, amazing dancer, multi-instrumentalist. The...
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For generations, music has always found a sweet spot in our life. Over the years, music has changed, and so have the iconic steps. While in my early days, I was perfecting moves to "Macarena." Kids today are learning steps to "Whip" or "Nae Nae." In contrast to the 60s' when everyone was getting into the action of "Twist." The...
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Tutu skirts, pointy shoes, abstract meanings, flawless pirouettes. All these remind us of one thing, Ballet. But sadly these events are not everyone's cup of tea. Hence, comes the late-night show or comedic programs that incorporate ballet with slapstick. The Scottish-stand-up comedian "Ronald Balfour Corbett" was able to achieve the integration in one of his episodes "Swan lake Spoof."  Ronnie Corbett...
The cinematic history has been quite bright and full of extraordinary movies. Take "Footloose," for example, was more than a box office hit. To this day, the film ranks as one of the most fabulous creations of the 80s. Kevin Bacon's lead acting really stood out in the crowd. Moreover, the music was just remarkable. Fast forward to 2011, when...
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The video below features the first time Patrick Swayze danced with his beloved wife on international TV. The year was 1994 and it was the World Music Awards. That’s when Patrick Swayze came onstage with his beautiful wife, Lisa Nieme. Together, the duo moved gracefully to “All The Man That I Need”, a song that was first recorded as...
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Dance has been evolving with time. Styles that used be enjoyed by our parents and grandparents are unknown to us today. The video below features one of these classical dance forms. “The Strol” was one of the biggest dance crazes back in the late 1950s. It was originated from American Bandstand, and it is one of the simplest yet...
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Back in the late 60s, a show was broadcasted by the name of The Carol Burnett Show. The American comedy show (it was more than just comedy) aired skits, parodies by the eponymous Carol Burnett and her comedy troupe.  Have you heard or watched the classic movie "Gone with the Wind" from the 30s?  Well, if you haven't you should definitely check it...
The names Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton need no recognition. In the world of country music, the duo has made a remarkable career with their soothing voices. Dolly appeared in movies like Steel Magnolias and Nine to Five. Kenny lent his name to a popular fast-food restaurant.  Not many people are aware that Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton are more...
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Being the audience chair for goodness knows how long, I have had a fair share of amusing acts. For instance, there was an act with a group of guys who finished the performance by snapping fingers. You may feel it could be a bore, however astonishingly, it was one of the amazing ones. Such is the story of the squad...
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It must be an overwhelming experience to witness two of your favorites and most famous singer duet on the stage. Well, something similar was the scene of a 60's TV show. The show was an embodiment of simplicity and raw talents. The clip showcases the difference in music production nowadays in contrast with the past. No pyrotechnics, lipsync, loud costumes...