Twist and Shout! Oscar-winner Ron Howard will direct a Beatles documentary with the full participation of Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono Lennon and Olivia Harrison.
It comes as no surprise these days when teenagers are unfamiliar with names like Paul McCartney or Warren Buffett. But on July 13, 16-year-old Tom White knew just what to do when he spotted two of the world's most famous people: he snapped a selfie with both of them.
Hank Aaron's 715th round-tripper on April 8, 1974, makes him Major League Baseball's all-time home run leader, ending Babe Ruth's 39-year reign. Barry Bonds deposes Aaron in 2007, an achievement tarnished by suspicions that Bonds used steroids.
The 2014 Grammy Awards had a distinctly throwback feel, as some of the classic performers from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s joined current hit-makers onstage. Here are some of the highlights:
Manic Panic can be cool for teens and sunny streaks look sexy on surfer dudes but obvious color is just plain weird on mature men. Like us, men 50 + are out there competing for jobs and social connections. Some follow Paul McCartney, Donald Trump, Robert Redford and Rod Stewart with not-so-natural shades of orange-y brown and golden blonde. I love Billy Crystal but not his dark cap of frizz. Help your guy get it right. Brad Johns, Color Director of the Saks Fifth Avenue Salon & Spa in NYC with many male clients in the TV, entertainment and financial world tells all :
He won a Tony Award and was one of Britain's most beloved TV stars, but Victor Spinetti, who died June 18 at age 82, will always be known as the actor who costarred in three movies with The Beatles.
Who Are The 99 Percent? Seems concerns about our nation's economy and financial system know no generational bounds. In much of the media, Occupy Wall Street-the burgeoning protest movement that began in New York City and is spreading across the United States-is portrayed as something for 23-year-old art school grads with thrift-store duds and student loan debt. But older Americans have been joining in the movement as well-and adding retirement security to the range of Occupy movement concerns.
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