I know it is harder than it looks, but it's puzzling to me why more striker don't seem to do this regularly.
My late father's first musical allegiance--always--was to Louie and his Hot Five. But he surely did love the 1938 Carnegie Hall concert.
Here's Gene Krupa featured on "Sing Sing Sing".
The ladies will be back: Broadway in June.
Huuuuuuge--estimated at more than 115 feet--wave.
Yow. Harrowing even to read, but the story does have a happy ending.
After going into shock and flatlining in the ER, my next memories began once I was in the Surgical Intensive Unit. I remember being fully awake but unable to focus on anything; I could feel hands touching my head and comforting me, but I couldn’t move. I heard beeping, dinging, and ticking; I could feel my lungs expand and contract, but had no control over what was happening.
The competition is fierce. I think the industry chosen for first is a reasonable choice.
"Aside from a flashy display of wealth, some watches communicate another message: power."
I don't know about "most," but pretty darn interesting is right for a start: "He never owned a personal cell phone and he had zero working knowledge of the Kardashians."
"PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi's long-term strategy put her job in jeopardy — but now the numbers are in, and the analysts who doubted her will have to eat their words"
The message is, as always, give the points and bet on Indra.
(She became President and CEO of Pepsi on 10/1/2006. According to Google, the increase in Pepsi stock from 10/1/06 through 2/4/18--as I write this--has been 111.97%. The S&P rose, over that same time, 87.06%. With a beta value--according to Yahoo--of 0.64.)
Don't sell the Big Bang short yet. But maybe keep an eye on the Big Bounce. It's seems to be a comer.