Sky News
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So it was very frustrating for the band in many ways in that sense because they really wanted to show they were able to play. SHOUTING. Manager Malcolm McLaren's fingerprints were all over the success of the record - he courted the media's interest and exploited its disapproval. It is hard to see how you could recreate such a moment again
Sky News
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the success of the record - he courted the media's interest and exploited its disapproval. It is hard to see how you could recreate such a moment again. The world has changed in so many ways. I don't think you can outrage people in the same way
TechCrunch
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Sky News
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Manager Malcolm McLaren's fingerprints were all over the success of the records, he courted the media interest and exploited it. It is hard to see how you could recreate such a moment again
Liverpool Echo
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Sky News
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It is hard to see how you could recreate such a moment again. The world has changed in so many ways. I do not think you can outrage people in the same way
Sky News
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interest and exploited it. It is hard to see how you could recreate such a moment again. The world has changed in so many ways. I do not think you can outrage people in the same way. Rock stars nowadays spend most of their time apologising for what they have just said in social media
Sky News
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fingerprints were all over the success of the wreckers, he courted the media interest and exploited it. It is hard to see how you could recreate such a moment again. The world has changed in so many ways. I do not think you can outreach.
Sky News
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disapproval. It is hard to see how you could recreate such a moment again. The world has changed in so many ways. I don't think you can our great people in quite the same way. One of the reasons rock stars nowadays if they would spend most of their time apologising for.
Futurity
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Apartment Therapy
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Have you ever had a room crush? You know the feeling: you see the photo of a room so enviously gorgeous that it stops you dead in your tracks, and you can't help but think about it - heck, you're even talking about it to your friends who care to listen. Sometimes, the crush is on a room that's totally on your level; something you can Pin for later and aim to recreate with your own twist. Other times, it's just something so pretty, so unattainable, so over the top, that it instantly steals your attention. This is one of those times, and this decadent space, designed by Jonathan Rachman for the 2017 San Francisco Decorators Showcase , is one of those rooms. READ MORE »
OK!
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Andrea McLean and the actor decided to recreate the famous dance move on Loose Women after ABC decided to do a remake of the classic film. Showing a previous clip of John doing the dance on The Keith & Paddy Picture Show, Kaye Adams said: "Can you top that ladies and gentlemen? "We're going to give it a try! "Patrick Swayze – it's John Barrowman." Loose Women showed The Keith and Paddy Picture Show's attempt at Dirty Dancing before their ...
Den of Geek
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"It’s like, you created vanilla ice cream in the first season, and it’s so tasty, so delicious, but in the second season you can’t redo vanilla. You have to create strawberry. Some people are going to like strawberry and some people are going to like vanilla better. But you can’t try to recreate vanilla. We’re going to take a lot of risks. I think people are going to be pissed off by things. I think they are going to be elated and excited about things." Hey, some of us like strawberry, David. And if this goes the way of your classic neapolitan, we're intrigued for the chocolate season too. More as we have it. Stranger Things season 2 release date Stranger Things second season will arrive on Netflix around the globe on Tuesday the 31st of October 2017, also known as Halloween. Flick over to page 2 now, if you fancy, where we've been collecting loads of new Stranger Things season 2 stuff.
Liverpool Echo
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Young Liverpool star on being a record breaker and why he hasnt really done anything yet
Plymouth Herald
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IVYBRIDGE professional Paul Hendriksen is aiming to recreate what is arguably Plymouth's best golfing display of all time when he continues in the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.Hendriksen, who started his first round on Thursday morning, is aiming to emulate Scott Drummond, who was catapulted to fame by winning the tournament in 2004.Drummond went from 435th to 95th in the world rankings after beating Angel Cabrera into second place at the event 13 years ago, earning a five-year exemption on...
KyivPost
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The “Seated Ballerina” is the third artwork by Koons to be exhibited in the Rockefeller Centre. He already exhibitedPuppy” in 1992 and “Split-Rocker” in 2000. Pochkhua said he was offended by the copying and believed that Koons used this statue simply because no one has ever heard of Zhnikrup and her artworks. “Koons is just a middle-aged American man with shiny smile of a successful lawyer. In a couple of years no one will even remember him,” Pochkhua told the Kyiv Post. Today, Koons is one of the world’s most financially successful artists. His work “Balloon Dog (Orange)” sold for $58.4 million in 2013, breaking the record as the most expensive work by a living artist. Koons is known to recreate pre-existing images and mundane items in his works. He has been sued several times for © infringement. The first © infringement lawsuit against Koons was filed in 1988 by photographer Art Rogers.
Dezeen
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BBC One Wales
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moor. Before we see your photos of you and Sir Roger, here's Larry Lamb and his son George attempting to recreate a photo that means a lot to them. It's a significant pack picture. That is when we started up as a financialily living in.
Hackaday
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With a resume of work this cool, what's [Fran] working on now? She's trying to recreate the DSKY from the Apollo Guidance Computer. The DSKY is the user interface for the Apollo Guidance Computer, a wonderful block of aluminum studded with beautiful buttons and electroluminescent displays. For the last few years, her attempts to reproduce a modern DSKY including the custom segmented EL display has been on the back burner, but now [Fran] is attempting to raise the money for a reproduction on GoFundMe . I encourage you all to at least look at that GoFundMe campaign. Here’s How To Take Part: Our Hack Chats are live community events on the Hackaday.io Hack Chat group messaging. Log into Hackaday.io, visit that page, and look for the ‘Join this ProjectButton. Once you’re part of the project, the button will change to ‘Team Messaging’, which takes you directly to the Hack Chat.
ABC News - Australia
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Fifty years after a group of Indigenous leaders stood on the steps of Parliament House to mark a successful referendum on Indigenous recognition, those campaigners and their families gather on the steps once again.
The Huffington Post
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As perplexing as this Witness era of Perrys pop career has been ― with the albums rapidly released singles Chained to the Rhythm, Bon Appetit and Swish Swish being churned out in the hopes that one of them will stick ― upon further reflection, it actually makes perfect sense. Chained to the Rhythm, Perrys first single from the album, which she announced as her foray into purposeful pop, debuted strongly but fell out of the Top 10 on Billboard far sooner than projected . So then came Bon Appetit and Swish Swish, two singles that conspicuously rely on popular rappers (Migos and Nicki Minaj, respectively) to legitimize a less pop, more hip-hop sound, accompanied by several live performances in which Perry has awkwardly attempted to recreate black dance moves and style.
BBC Radio Wales
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like me 21 years ago the IRA bomb that went off it in the city centre on it how did the city go about rebuilding then not at Nuneaton to Brixham author of the human side of it this is more better than me say that because because nobody died when the IRA bomb went off and the anaesthesia the anger that was there at the time that the shop in The Fairway Manchester way anyway anyway gave way to a determination to to rebuild to recreate and and straight the city of the brothers 2017 um we'll have to have that same kind of spirit yes we've got to comfort those who have a breathing but also got to move forward with the determination that says the city like Manchester but any of us it is any last minute so there's only too well that we've been removed.
Mashable
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Wi-Fi is everywhere and as the electromagnetic waves are beamed out from routers to connect our devices to the internet, they also travel through empty space, around corners, and even through walls. A pair of German researchers have developed a method to harness Wi-Fi signals to capture 3D hologram images of objects around a network, even through solid barriers like doors and walls. The key is recording the shapes made by stray radiation, the electromagnetic waves that bounce off objects as they travel through the air. The research behind the 3D-imaging method, which started as an undergraduate thesis project before being fleshed out into a larger study, was originally published in the Physical Review of Letters earlier this month. The technique described in the study was able to provide images as often as 10 times a second and recreate the contents of an entire building in a large-scale simulation. Read more... More about Wi Fi , Imaging , and Tech
Politico
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Flashbacks to November 7, 2016, anyone? Leave aside, for the moment, inconvenient considerations such as the fact that the special counsel’s investigation may take years, that it may not come up with any unambiguously impeachable offense committed by Trump, and that a Republican-controlled Congress is highly unlikely to oust the leader of their party. Assume instead that through some improbable concatenation of circumstances, Trump actually could be impeached. Would the results be to the Democratsliking? We have only two real examples of this last resort of last resorts in American politics. One was Bill Clinton, whose impeachment became such a transparently partisan charade that when he was acquitted of those charges by the Senate in February 1999, he saw his popularity soar. The other example is Richard Nixon, which is undoubtedly what some Democrats are hoping to recreate as they planImpeachment Marches” in early July.