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Maybe you want to lose weight. Swimsuit season will soon be here, and perhaps you, like many others, will be hitting the beaches. You might also want to get a job. “Writing melodic songs were going against the grain at that time,” says Phillips, “and also going against the grain in terms of what the lyrics were saying. A friend of mine who was very wealthy once brought up the idea that he knew of a man who was a refugee and everything that he had that was of value he held in his heart. I was very struck by that, so I put that verbatim in “Same Rain.” There were a lot of different ideas.
Susanna began her journalism career as Editor of the student newspaper EpiGram at Bristol University where she studied Politics and Philosophy. She went on to gain a Postgraduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism at Cardiff. Since then she’s presented on the BBC News channel (breaking the news of the capture of Saddam Hussein), as well as The Politics Show, The Andrew Marr Show and the Oscars coverage from the red carpet in Los Angeles..
Cameron Silver, owner of the vintage shopping institution Decades, has spent the last 15 years teaching Hollywood and the fashion world that what’s old is new. And now he has written a book on the subject. “Decades: A Century of Fashion” (Bloomsbury, $60) , co written with Rebecca DiLiberto, is the colorful story of 20th century fashion and trends told decade by decade, through more than 200 images of celebrity style icons and designer clothing.
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New Zealand rowing coaches will have a keen eye on this weekend’s European championships in Germany.That high calibre event will provide useful information as New Zealand prepare to head to Lucerne for the so called regatta of death where final places for the Rio Olympic programme will be decided.Although high performance boss Alan Cotter is happy with developments in terms of New Zealand tracking well for Rio, performances from the leading European nations in Brandenburg will provide important extra data to be thrown into the mix.”We’re pretty happy with where we’re at,” Cotter said at Lake Karapiro yesterday. “But we will have better idea where we’re sitting with European championships.”Crews at the death regatta will be there so we’ll get an idea how they compare timewise.”We had a winter series of races last Friday, Saturday and Sunday, like a World Cup [regatta], and all the crews were well bunched together against the world best times, so we’re pretty pleased.”Rowing New Zealand long ago earmarked being on the startline in all 14 Olympic classes in Rio. They had 11 in London four years ago, and exceeded expectations in winning five medals, three of them gold.This time it’s an ambitious project and RNZ would certainly have liked to have had more than nine already secured from last year’s world championships.Former world single sculling champion Emma Twigg, returning after a year of study in Europe, should qualify comfortably but the women’s quad and men’s lightweight double, quad and coxless four can expect a serious challenge in Lucerne.”We wouldn’t have selected them if we didn’t think they have a chance,” Cotter said.