When it came time to promote the results, 2015's Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit, government money also went toward financing her South by Southwest showcase and a European tour . Along with gracing critics' year-end lists and.
She needed surgery on her racket-holding hand and rejoined the tour at the French Open in May. Kvitova's only other trip to the quarterfinals at Flushing Meadows came in 2015, when she lost ... over Carla Suarez Navarro of Spain. The 37-year-old American.
The visit confirms Macri and Rajoy's desire to rebuild a relationship that cooled during the period in which the Kirchners—first Néstor Kirchner and then his wife Cristina Fernández de Kirchner—controlled the Argentine presidency from 2003 to 2015.
Girl, 17, died when she bungee jumped off a bridge in Spain without being tied to the ledge after an instructor with ... Daily Mail.
After kicking off the Circo Soledad tour in Mexico earlier this month, Guatemalan singer/songwriter Ricardo Arjona is bringing his Circo Soledad tour to the United States in September. Arjona's U.S. trek will begin in El Paso Coliseum on Sept. 7 and.
Could it be that we already know the Song of the Summer? This year, contenders are taking their turns atop Billboard's Hot 100 exceptionally early and rapidly. Just since late April, the revolving door at No. 1 has been remarkable. Four new songs.
“I feel very creative and alive here and I look forward to working on my film LOVED and making new music! This will be the next Chapter ... fell in love with Portugal during her 2004 European tour. Her upcoming directorial project, “Loved,” is.
Planning to catch some shows at this year's SXSW? Here are 10 must-see Latin acts at the annual Austin fest: Mariana Vega. Venezuelan pop singer/songwriter Mariana Vega will make her SXSW debut this year. In the midst of urban, hip-hop and rock .
After splitting up in 2007, Bacilos is making an epic return to the stage with new music and a forthcoming tour , Billboard can confirm. The Grammy- and Latin Grammy-winning trio, Jorge Villamizar, Andre Lopes and Jose Javier Freire, will now be managed.
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It doesn't matter who you talk to – foodies, skiers, fashionistas, hikers, city slickers, music fans, history buffs, culture vultures and more – everyone wants to go to Japan. And that's understandable. This is, after all, a country with so much to.