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February 20, 2006

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The Gibb Brothers of Bee Gees Reunited on Stage

February 20, 2006 04:06:18 GMT

The surviving Bee Gees, Barry Gibb and Robin Gibb, have on Saturday night Feb 19th, 2006 reunited on stage. The performance took place at the Diplomat Hotel is a private concert held to raise money for the Diabetes Research Institute at an annual benefit for the organization. That's according to Gibb's publicist Paul Bloch.

The Gibb brothers performed many of Bee Gees hits including "Stayin' Alive," "Massachusetts," "How Deep is Your Love" and "Don't Forget to Remember," which is a tribute to Maurice Gibb who died at age 53 in January 2003 after emergency surgery for an intestinal blockage.
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RIP, William Cowsill of The Cowsills

February 20, 2006 03:47:52 GMT

The 1960s singing family band The Cowsills lost its lead singer William Cowsill. The star has died in Calgary, Alberta, on Friday Feb 18th, 2006 after suffering from emphysema, osteoporosis, and other ailments. He was 58.

The Cowsills is a great band. It has recorded a series of top hits between 1967 and 1970, including that of "The Rain, The Park and Other Things" and "Hair." Moreover, it also has inspired the appearance of the TV series "The Partridge Family."
News > Movie News

BAFTA 2006 Winners

February 20, 2006 03:27:09 GMT

Brokeback Mountain picture
The gay cowboy romance flick "Brokeback Mountain" scores great at the Orange British Academy Film Awards held Sunday Feb 19th, 2006. It among others lassoes the prizes for the category of Best Film, Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Jake Gyllenhaal, Adapted Screenplay for Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana, and The David Lean Award for Achievement in Direction for Ang Lee.

Chosen Best British Film is "Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit", while Philip Seymour Hoffman nabs the Best Actor in a Leading Role award thanks to his portrayal in "Capote." Brought home the Best Actress in a Leading Role award is Reese Witherspoon for "Walk the Line" and chosen as Best Actress in a Supporting Role is Thandie Newton for "Crash." Check out the complete list of 2006 BAFTA winners at http://www.chiff.com/art/movies/bafta-awards.htm#bafta_noms_winners.
News > Music News

The Stones Rolling More Than 1 Million Spectators

February 20, 2006 02:55:56 GMT

It was such a successful concert. More than 1 million people were there, watching their idol The Rolling Stones performance. Yes the free concert held by the music group was a hit.

The Stones' free concert held Saturday Feb 18th, 2006 on Copacabana Beach was the first that the band played for free in the country, where few can afford tickets to see top international acts.
 
 
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