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We’ll talk about Robert Plant and his recent touring and writing with Beth Nielsen Chapman. We’ll hear all about those Nashville sessions he’s taken part in and ask what it’s like when you hear that Faith Hill or the Dixie Chicks are going to cut one of your songs. And, yes, we’ll talk about his new album The Crooked Road..
It like taking the onion and using that as a credible source of news. That not what either are. Regardless of whether or not the guy is an asshole he not wrong.. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileWhether it’s genuine nostalgia or a tired rehash, 1980s fever has gripped the fashion world, the music charts and the big screen. For those who lived through the leg warmers, big hair and shoulder pads the first time around, it might be a decade best forgotten.But it wasn’t all bad.CBC’s Andre Mayer offers his take on the gems of the ’80s, from the much loved movies of director John Hughes to the era defining music of Madonna, Michael Jackson and Run DMC.What do you think? What are your favourite memories from the ’80s and what trends from the decade would you like to see die?Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports. Internet and cellphone data service was unavailable throughout the country, making it impossible for news of the protests.
We get it, there are some days when all you want to do is step out in super comfty sweatpants, right? However, if you’re really looking to channel Swift, skip the lazy look immediately. Always let your personality shine in what you wear, even if it’s for a casual day out. Not only will you have all eyes on you, but this is a great way to flaunt your personal style.
Passenger security at Sharm el Sheik is tight, says Zack Gold, a visiting fellow at Israel’s Institute for National Security Studies. “If it was a bomb, it was almost certainly due to infiltration of the airport, but not by a passenger. To sneak something through the security screening in the airport would have been [more] lucky than anything else.”.