Country music singers who died way too young, With a mustache and mullet combo to rival that of Joe Exotic, honky-tonk attitude, and tales of good old-fashioned country living, Joe Diffie was one of the quintessential Nashville stars of the 1990s. The Tulsa native reached Billboard‘s Hot Country Songs Top 10 on more than 20 occasions, was awarded a Grammy for his collaborative effort “Same Old Train,” and enjoyed a quarter of a century in the Grand Ole Opry.
new movie trailer for Made in Italy
Milan 1975. Irene, the daughter of immigrants from the South of Italy, decides to answer an ad in the fashion magazine “Appeal” so that she can support herself while at university.
The Canadian government is flouting its international human rights obligations by failing to repatriate and provide adequate consular assistance to 47 citizens who are currently detained in northeast Syria because of alleged ties to the Islamic State, a new report from U.S.-based Human Rights Watch alleges.
TikTok star Siya Kakkar dead at 16 OMG,Upon the news of Siya Kakkar’s passing, many fans left loving and heartbroken comments on her social media accounts.”Very sad for a beautiful young girl,” one person wrote on Instagram, while someone else said, “Miss you Siya. Will always love you.”
If wearing a face mask seemed strange to most people not so long ago, wearing a plastic face shield had to be downright weird.
At the beginning of last week, some Canadians managing their retirement nest eggs may have thought the market crash caused by the COVID-19 pandemic was pretty well over.
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There is a question that Bessma Momani sometimes asks her university classes that tells us a little bit about the economics and a lot about Canadian perceptions of racism. The question has nothing to do with race.
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COVID-19, As people are thrown out of work, as businesses fail and as the oil and housing sectors weaken, there is a branch of economics that insists it all may have a silver lining.