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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Annual Fall Gala to Honor Sir Elton John as It Commemorates 25th Year

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Elton John AIDS Foundation‘s Annual Fall Gala to Honor Sir Elton John as It Commemorates 25th Year
9/12/2017 by Tatiana Tenreyro

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The Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) returns for its annual New York Fall Gala on November 7 at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine with host Neil Patrick Harris.

The gala — which celebrates the foundation’s 25th anniversary this year — will pay tribute to founder Elton John and his contributions to his foundation and beyond. “Elton’s philanthropic endeavors and activism for human rights and the arts have inspired millions and made a positive difference in people’s lives around the world,” said EJAF Chairman David Furnish in a press release about the event. “But without a doubt, Elton’s greatest contribution as a humanitarian is his 25-year commitment to building one of the most important institutions in the effort to end AIDS – the Elton John AIDS Foundation.” Read More

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Sunday, November 13, 2016

BetteBack February 10, 1973: Bette Midler Hits The Top 10 Singles Chart

Daily Kennebec Journal
February 10, 1973

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Ten Top Selling Singles , Popular

1. Don’t Expect Me to be Your Friend by Lobo

2. Killing Me Softly by Roberta Flack

3 Damcing in the Moonlight by King Harvest

4 Crocodile Rock by Elton John

5. You’re So Vain by Carly Simon

6. Rocky Mountain High by John Denver

7. Rockin’ Pneumonia b y Johnny Rivers

8. You Turn Me On, I’m a Radio by Joni Mitchell

9 The World is a Ghetto by WAR

10 Do You Want to Dance? by Bette Midler

Bette Midler Re-Issuing Remastered ‘The Divine Miss M,’ Mentoring on ‘The Voice’ Read More

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Saturday, September 17, 2016

BetteBack December 16, 1973: Miss No Talent

Athens News Courier
December 16, 1973

UNSPECIFIED - JANUARY 01: Photo of Bette MIDLER (Photo by Robert Knight Archive/Redferns)

The “Miss No Talent” has to undoubtedly go to Miss BETTE MIDLER. The new singing sensation has everything but talent, appearance and good taste. She is a product of a sick society. AJl one has to do is look at her fans and you can see what I mean. – Dick Maurice On Broadway

New Broadway Season Brings Hollywood Stars to Broadway Broadway Veterans Will Lead Bruce Vilanch’s New 1960s Musical A SIGN OF THE TIMES in CT Bette Midler – Lullaby Of Broadway-Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy-Johnny Carson-1973 | BootLeg Betty Bette attends Gloria Estefan’s “On Your Feet” Broadway musical | BootLeg Betty

Sue even had a friend blowing marijuana smoke into her face as she passed away. She was high until the bitter end… | BootLeg Betty Read More

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Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Bette Midler On Her Face:

Bette Midler On Her Face: “I have a strange face,” she says, matter of-factly, “and no one ever let me forget it most of my life. It’s painful, I guess. I mean, it really used to hurt, but it does build your character. You’re not as lazy as you might be if you were beautiful. Who was it that said ‘Beauty is only skin deep’? The Temptations. Well, really, who would want it any deeper, yunno? Unless you’re a cannibal…!” (Modern Hi-Fi & Stereo Guide, June 1973) Read More

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