Robin Gibb, member of the Bee Gees, dies after battle with cancer (CNN)-- Robin Gibb, one of three brothers who made up the group the Bee Gees behind "Saturday Night Fever" and other now-iconic sounds from the 1970s, died on Sunday, according to a statement on his website. He was 62. Gibb "passed away today ... 05/21/2012 - 10:33 am | View Link
Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees dies at 62 He woke from that coma within days, surprising his doctors. At the time, spokesman Doug Wright said Gibb was able to nod and communicate with his family. Celebrities took to Twitter with reaction to the sad news. Bruno Mars: "R.I.P Robin Gibb" Duran Duran ... 05/21/2012 - 4:12 am | View Link
Stars pay tribute to Robin Gibb Just a few weeks ago, Gibb awoke from his coma and was recovering remarkably, before things took a turn for the worse a short while later. Celebrities such as Lance Armstrong and Bryan Adams among others have been paying tribute to the Bee Gees singer ever ... 05/21/2012 - 4:02 am | View Link
Bee Gees’ Robin Gibb Dies After Long Cancer Battle LONDON (AP) - With his carefully tended hair, tight trousers and perfect harmonies, Robin Gibb, along with his brothers Maurice and Barry, defined the disco era. As part of the Bee Gees - short for the Brothers Gibb - they created dance floor classics like ... 05/21/2012 - 3:53 am | View Link
Robin Gibb, a Bee Gee With a Taciturn Manner, Dies at 62 Robin Gibb, one of the three singing brothers of the Bee Gees ... In Miami, his mansion was open to celebrities and politicians like Tony Blair. Robin briefly left the group in 1969 and tried out a solo career. After he rejoined his brothers ... 05/20/2012 - 10:33 pm | View Link
It’s a growing case of ABC-you later. The sudden departure of Sam Champion from “Good Morning America” caught viewers by surprise last week and has industry insiders buzzing about a growing “brain drain” at ABC News.
Dalí wasn’t the only Surrealist inspired by mannequins, as these two images from the 1938 International Exposition of Surrealism in Paris show. At left, André Breton’s chest with legs, and at right, Sonia Mossé’s altered mannequin. Wardrobe mannequins have been around since the days of King Tutankhamen, and have been freaking out people ever since.