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Heart of Gold is a song by Canadian singer-songwriter Neil Young. Released from the 1972 album Harvest, it is so far Young's only U.S. No. 1 single. In Canada, it reached No. 1 on the RPM national singles chart for the first time on April 8, 1972, on which date Young held the top spot on both the singles and albums charts.  Billboard ranked it as the No. 17 song for 1972. In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked it No. 297 on their list of the 500 greatest songs of all time. The song, which features…


Seems Like Old Times Chevy Chase and Goldie Hawn, stars of the 1978 comedy thriller Foul Play, team up again for this caper. Hawn is her usual ditzy self, playing a liberal lawyer who finds her ex-husband (Chase) is shacked up in her garage, on the run after committing a bank robbery. How will her dull lawyer husband Charles Grodin cope with the news? Thanks to Neil Simon's witty script, it's good lightweight fun with a frantic pace and plenty of laughs

Gary Sletcher. Cape Town, South Africa. As an artist, Gary Sletcher rocks with his unique blend of covers and original music. Classics like Baker Street by Gerry Rafferty and Call me Al by Paul Simon delight his audiences everywhere he plays Gary also plays guitar and the harmonica with songs like Harvest moon by Neil Young , I walk the line by Jonny Cash, songs by Blink182, Blur, Oasis and of course the classic Bob Marley not to mention the king himself Elvis Presley!

from IMDb

Barefoot in the Park (1967)

Jane Fonda. Robert Redford. Newlyweds are Hilarious. Really. It's Neil Simon. Can't go wrong.


The Odd Couple - I'm starting to realize that I must have watched a LOT of TV growing up.


"Barefoot in the Park". I can't even begin to explain my love for this simple, but hilarious Neil Simon play turned movie. Or these two. Ugh. <3

from Mail Online

Rare photos show Muhammad Ali in 1968, when he was banned from boxing

Out of the ring, into the theater: Muhammad Ali poses outside New York's Alvin Theater (now the Neil Simon Theatre) in October 1968. James E...