Front Page News is the eighth album by rock band Wishbone Ash. It is mostly made up of slower, breezy soft rock ballads with lush vocal harmonies. This style is in marked contrast to the earlier albums, such as Argus, but there were several tracks of this idiom on their previous album, New England. Their following album, No Smoke Without Fire, moves back to a heavier style.
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... The Philadelphia Front Page News (previously the Van Stone's Digest ) is an American newspaper, headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ... The Philadelphia Front Page News also publishes the WVSR-AM Newsletter for its readers, viewers, and listeners ... The Front Page News has a readership of about 90,000 and is mostly read by people living in the Philadelphia, Camden, New Jersey, Delaware County, Wilmington, Delaware, Chester ...
... Original airdate 2008-06-27 Tasha is the photographer for Bigopolis Big News, but also has a secret she's SuperSnap, super fast superhero and ... Can she help Captain Bubble and Bug Girl and get a front page picture of herself for Pablo? Songs "I've Got a Secret Identity" "Front Page News" "Bug Girl" "Cheese, Cheese" Genre Berlin Cabaret (Kurt Weill ...
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“Charles Foster Kane: Look, Mr. Carter. Here is a three-column headline in the Chronicle. Why hasnt the Inquirer a three-column headline?
Carter: News wasnt big enough.
Charles Foster Kane: Mr. Carter, if the headline is big enough, it makes the news big enough.”
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