Who Won the 1976
Grammys Best Pop Female

Janis Ian

("At Seventeen")

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'Saturday Night Live' Production Designer on Planning for Live TV and That Sean Spicer Podium

Variety
On Oct. 11, 1975, when “Saturday Night Live” first aired on NBC from Studio 8H in Manhattan's RCA Building, with George Carlin as host and musical guests Billy Preston and Janis Ian, Eugene Lee was the production designer. SEE MORE: From the August ...

1976 Grammys Best Pop Female Winner Janis Ian News

Now You Tell Us: 8 Things We Wish We Knew in High School

HuffPost
It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. It was the age of wisdom. It was the age of foolishness. It was the epoch of — oops, that's Dickens' “Tale of Two Cities.” But even the French Revolution can't compare, at times, to high school's ...

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Matilda's Miss Honey also appeared in Bridget Jones' Diary… but she was a MUCH less popular character

The Sun
SHE was the teacher we all loved and wanted - Miss Honey from Matilda - but did you know the actress has starred in a wide variety of roles? Embeth Davidtz played the endearing and sweet teacher in the famous blockbuster, but not many will remember ...

1976 Grammys Best Pop Female Winner Janis Ian News

Red Sox: Catching up with old friend “Spaceman” Bill Lee

BoSox Injection
The first is the fantastic Janis Ian and her song that captures teenage angst – “Seventeen.” Why? Simply because Lee was simply stuck on the number 17. For three consecutive seasons, Lee won 17 games. I can't recall another Red Sox pitcher that matched ...

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