She's Just 15 Years Old, But Sings Like Aretha Franklin
At just 15 years old, she can sing almost as well as the world-famous Aretha Franklin.
Benjamin Franklin’s Lessons to Achieving Greatness in Life
One of only two people commemorated on a US dollar bill that was never president (the other one is fellow founding father Alexander Hamilton), Benjamin Franklin came from relatively inauspicious beginnings.
Benjamin Franklin's Wisdom Has Echoed Throughout the Ages
Benjamin Franklin's skills and expertise in different fields knew no bounds, neither did his ability to convey a complex idea in the fewest of words possible.
The 20th Century Saw Some Legendary Tunes
In the Name of Love The Supremes 1965 Respect Aretha Franklin 1967 Dream A Little Dream of Me Doris Day 1968 I Want To Hold Your Hand The Beatles 1964 American Pie Don McLean 1971 Hey Jude The Beatles 1968 Stayin Alive Bee Gees 1977 Call Me Blondie 1978 Africa Toto 1982 Livin' On A Prayer Bon Jovi 1986
Evolution of Music - Lovely!
- Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein II 1930s- Minnie The Moocher - Cab Calloway 1940s- Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy - The Andrew Sisters 1950s- I Walk The Line - Johnny Cash La Bamba - Ritchie Valens 1960s- Stand By Me - Ben E King Barbara Ann - Beach Boys I Want To Hold Your Hand - The Beatles Respect - Aretha
Music Box: Hear Your Favorite Songs in a Beautiful New Way
Forever by Queen 'West Side Story' Style Cover Dancing Queen by Abba 1920's Hot Jazz Cover Thriller by Michael Jackson 1930's Jazz Cover Never Gonna Give You Up by Rick Astley Jazz Cover Don't Stop Me Now by Queen Soul Cover The Prayer by Andrea Bocelli 70's Italian Soul Cover Since U Been Gone by Aretha
A Hope to Cure Paralysis!
Professor Robin Franklin, a regeneration biologist at the Wellcome Trust-MRC Stem Cell Institute and report co-author, said: ' Our findings are extremely exciting because they show for the first time that transplanting these types of cell into a severely damaged spinal cord can bring about significant
These Moments Defined America in the 20th Century
The song later became the foundation for singers like Aretha Franklin and Whitney Houston. Harry Hopkins Starts Work (May 22, 1933) Two months after he took office, Franklin Roosevelt appointed a former social worker - Harry Hopkins to head an emergency program of aid to the unemployed.
What Are the Good (and Bad) Habits of Very Smart People?
Such men were Ben Franklin, Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison and many others. Some excelling in mathematics, some in music or art, and some in all - like one Leonardo da Vinci. But what DID they have in common?
Famous Moments in History that Never Happened
Ben Franklin did not discover electricity You've likely heard of Ben Franklin's famed experiment involving a key tied to a kite - but he did not use it to discover electricity. Scientists were already aware of electricity back in 1752, the year of Franklin's experiment.
10 Incredible Autobiographies We Should All Be Reading...
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin by Benjamin Franklin One of America's founding fathers started off life as a lower-middle class youth, and became one of the world's most admired men.
Joke: The Mayor's Nightly Visit
That night, Franklin Delano Roosevelt appears. The mayor asks him "What can I do to make Chicago great?". FDR responds "Do everything for the people". The mayor wakes up startled and mutters "Lies!" under his breath. The next night, George Washington appears in the dreams of the mayor.
10 Obscure Inventions by World Famous Inventors
The Glass Harmonica by Benjamin Franklin A modern recreation of Franklin's glass harmonica Benjamin Franklin was a real Renaissance man, but one of his earliest and greatest passions throughout his life was inventing things.
QUIZ: Can You Identify the Historical Figure?
Joseph Stalin, Harry Truman and Winston Churchill Joseph Stalin, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill Franklin D. Roosevelt, Joseph Stalin and Neville Chamberlain Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Harry Truman Who is the man in the orange shirt surrounded by other men?
Everyone Loves Pets, Including These Famous People.
Salvador Dali With His Ocelot Babou Kurt Cobain And His Kitten Quisp Alfred Hitchcock With His Sealyham Terrier Sarah Freddie Mercury With One Of His Many Cats Paul McCartney And His English Sheepdog Martha Elvis Presley And His Hound Dog Jack Kerouack And Tyke Franklin Roosevelt And His Black Terrier
The Fascinating Last Words of Famous Historical Figures
Benjamin Franklin [related_articles] Ludwig van Beethoven Augustus Caesar Dominique Bouhours, French grammarian Emily Dickinson, poet Ian Fleming, creator of James Bond, in the ambulance on the way to hospital.
These Quick-Fire Facts About US Presidents Are Fascinating
Franklin Pierce (1853-1857) Franklin Pierce was referred to by his critics in his party as the “Hero of Many a Well-Fought Bottle” due to his alleged alcoholism. 15. James Buchanan (1857-1861) James Buchanan was the only unmarried president ever to serve in office. 16.
English Quiz: Complete the Saying!
This axiom was coined by Benjamin Franklin. "...is worth a pound of cure." "...is worth a gallon of happiness." "...is worth any sacrifice." "...is worth a mountain of effort." "A stitch in time..." This proverb dates back to 1732. "...saves nine." "...saves fine." "...saves mine" "...saves twine."
QUIZ: How Well Do You Know These Famous Quotations?
Benjamin Franklin When talking about the establishment of US constitution, Franklin expressed doubt that it would remain for long, saying: “in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”
Can You Correctly Answer All of These Trick Questions?
Benjamin Franklin was never US president. Benjamin Franklin Abraham Lincoln George Washington None Which weighs more: a pound of gold or a pound of feathers? Feathers are weighed in avoirdupois ounces. 16 ounces of 28 grams makes a feather pound weigh 453.6 grams.
Fun Thanksgiving Facts To Stuff Your Brain With Knowledge
Benjamin Franklin Wanted the Turkey and Not the Bald Eagle to Be the National Symbol While Thomas Jefferson wasn't a fan of Thanksgiving, his fellow Founding Father Benjamin Franklin was, in fact, very fond of one important Thanksgiving attribute - the turkey.
14 Death Masks Left By Great Historical Figures
Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), Founding Father of the United States 6. Henry IV (1367-1413), King of England 7. Edmund Burke (1729-1797), British politician 8. Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832), Scottish novelist 9. Robert E. Lee (1807-1870), Confederate soldier 10.
It’s Time to Rethink Your Weekly Schedule, Here’s Why
In his autobiography (published posthumously in 1791), Founding Father Benjamin Franklin wrote these words about sleep: “there will be sleeping enough in the grave.”
Quiz: Who Said These Famous Quotes?
Winston Churchill Joseph Stalin John Kennedy Franklin D. Roosevelt "Life is what happens when you're busy making other plans." John Lennon Elvis Presely David Bowie Johnny Cash "Don't let schooling interfere with your education."