Here’s a look at the some of the most notable rock benefit shows over the years and the invaluable contributions made by a host of rockers.The story: By 1971, ex Beatle George Harrison was a massive star in his own right, no longer the quiet kid overshadowed by Lennon and McCartney. After ascending the charts with My Sweet Lord, Harrison stepped to the fore by staging the first all star rock benefit show, the Concert for Bangladesh. Joining forces with sitar legend Ravi Shankar, Harrison assembled a killer lineup of early 70s rock icons, including Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr and Leon Russell.
In 1989, before the campaign started, 14 percent of sex workers consistently used condoms. By 1994, that number had risen to 94 percent. During the same period, bacterial STD cases diagnosed among sex workers fell from 410,406 per year to 29,362 [source: UNAIDS]..
It’s time to look for the best quality bag to give as a gift although we all know that men doesn’t need a lot of bags. They don’t have many things unlike women who are having so much stuff. A toiletry bag for men should be durable and perfectly reliable for travel.
I had a very similar situation when I cut my hand when a widow broke I was working on. Went to urgent Care and they would not stich it as I had a cut tendon and sent me to the ER. ER then said “well we can do anything but stich you up and you make an appointment with a hand doctor don know why they didn do that” and stitched me up.
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SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileI wasn’t quite sure what to make of the announcement that the New York Times had hired U2 frontman Bono to write an op ed column this year. The man is many things singer, activist, poet, former Time magazine Person of the Year but he’s not really what comes to mind when I think “journalist.”In his first piece, which appeared in last Sunday’s edition of the Times, Bono takes a while before he gets down to business. The column wends its way through a description of the clinking glasses in an Irish pub, a mini ode to Guinness, a painting in Bono’s Dublin home, and some passing remarks on the crummy economy before finally zeroing in on its true subject: Frank Sinatra’s voice.I should come clean and confess that I stopped caring about Bono’s thoughts somewhere around the time he began sporting those ridiculous bug eyed wraparound shades.