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’Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark’ Searches for New Star in L.A. and N.Y.

With actor Reeve Carney’s upcoming departure, the comic book mega-musical is holding two open auditions to find the new Peter Parker. (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 8 August 2013 | Spider-Man, Turn Off The (...)

U2 partnership given leave to challenge decision on Clarence Hotel redevelopment

Dublin City Council refused to extend duration of planning permission for €150m hotel scheme (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 8 August 2013 | Clarence Partnership

Bono: Mick Jagger’s wrinkles are gorgeous

Bono admires Mick Jagger’s physical appearance and business prowess. (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 3 August 2013 | Industrie

Bono to receive France’s highest cultural honour

(Photo: AFP/File)
France is to bestow its highest cultural honour on U2 singer Bono, a government statement said on Monday.
The Irish singer will be made a Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters in a ceremony due to be held in Paris on Tuesday evening, the Ministry of Culture and Communication said.
Bono, a leading advocate of aid for (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 16 July 2013 | One Foundation

TRANSCRIPT: BONO - HUSBAND, FATHER, ADVOCATE (FOCUS ON THE FAMILY INTERVIEW)

@U2, July 10, 2013
On June 25th, Bono was Jim Daly’s guest for a Focus On The Family radio interview. The interview was taped on May 23 in New York City, while U2 was working on its next album. Audio of the interview is currently available on Focus On The Family’s website, and we’ve done a transcription of the interview that’s presented below. (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 13 July 2013 | Caritatif

339 000 people watch Gay Byrne’s ’Meaning of Life’ interview with Bono.

The hour-long programme had a 25% share of the audience, according to TAM Ireland Ltd/Nielson TAM.
In the interview, the U2 front man discussed his upbringing, the death of his mother when he was aged 14, and his early involvement with the Shalom Christian group in Dublin.
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The interview is currently the most-watched programme on the RTÉ (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 27 June 2013 | Divers

’I nearly quit U2 before we found fame’ says Bono

BONO has revealed that his religious convictions almost led him to quit U2 before finding stardom. Interviewed by veteran broadcaster Gay Byrne, pictured, for RTE programme The Meaning of Life , the Dubliner also spoke about being a member of a Christian group known as the Shalom Fellowship along with band-mates The Edge and Larry Mullen in (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 26 June 2013 | Divers

GAYBO: BONO KNOWS PEOPLE LAUGH AT HIM

Gay Byrne has revealed Bono knows people laugh at him for his campaigning work but doesn’t care.
The veteran broadcaster got up close and personal with the U2 frontman for his Meaning Of Life show which will be broadcast next week.
He told the RTE Guide: "People laugh at Bono and he’s well aware of it and couldn’t give a tuppenny curse – as far (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 22 June 2013 | Caritatif

Six Surprises from Bono’s Interview with Focus on the Family

posted by Jeremy Weber
You’ll have to wait until Tuesday to hear the full Focus on the Family radio interview with Bono regarding Jesus, the Psalms, PEPFAR, and The ONE Campaign’s success in fighting global poverty alongside faith communities.
But below are six statements by the prominent singer-activist that caught CT’s eye (including (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 22 June 2013 | Divers

Bono and Benedict Cumberbatch postcards boost New End Primary fundraiser

Members of the New End School Association with the celebrity postcards sold in a silent auction to raise funds for the school. From left: Kelly Sachleben with artwork by Whoopi Goldberg, Emma Webster with Bono’s contribution, headteacher Karyn Ray with art by Julian Lennon, and Selma Audi with a sketch by Benedict Cumberbatch. Picture: Polly (...) (lire la suite)

Corinne/Dead | 22 June 2013 | Auctions

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