The "Fight Song" singer said she was "so embarrassed" for her flop at a pro soccer match.
I have always loved the messages Mary Oliver writes about. I saw a quote from her recently that said, "With growth into adulthood, responsibilities claimed me, so many heavy coats. I didn't choose them, I don't fault them, but it took time to reject them. Something is wrong, I know it, if I don't keep my attention on eternity."
With the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia approaching, the United Nations asked people around the world to help create a video that captures the strength and spirit that lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) advocates and allies bring to their work.
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The statistics she shares are troubling.
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By Mara Siegler Charlie's tour in the UK with the Moscow Philharmonic in October 2008 playing Shostakovich's First Violin
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Tamarama, who played their feel good Australian surf rock, was the first band to ever work with Music Unites, playing the