Sunday, November 11, 2012

Paul mccartney helicopter near crash

  • Paul McCartney -- Mayday, Mayday! My Helicopter Almost Crashed

    Sir Paul McCartney barely escaped death when his helicopter reportedly almost crashed while trying to land in England.

  • Paul McCartney narrowly avoided crash

    Paul McCartney narrowly avoided crash. Sir Paul McCartney and his wife Nancy Shevell narrowly avoided a potentially-fatal crash earlier this year when the pilot of his helicopter became ''disorientated'' in bad weather.

  • Sir Paul McCartney And Nancy Shevell Almost Involved In Helicopter Crash

    Sir Paul McCartney and wife Nancy Shevell have narrowly missed being in a potentially fatal helicopter crash. The Daily Mail reports that the couple were "centimetres away from disaster" when, during their flight, the pilot of their helicopter became ...

  • Debts loom large in post-boom divorce battles

    Trophy wives were as much part of the Celtic Tiger landscape as helicopters at the Galway races and cranes arched across urban skylines.

  • Does 'Skyfall' meet sky-high expectations?

    Shirley Bassey ("Goldfinger," "Diamonds Are Forever"), Paul McCartney ("Live and Let Die") and Carly Simon ("Nobody Does it Better") would be proud, as the song and its images continue to echo in my head.

  • Obama's art army

    Indeed, you could almost say Ai Weiwei is more American - and more anti-China - in his politics than any of today's American artists.

  • Laughter helps ease the pain

    It's been 10 years, almost to the day, that I last delivered a eulogy. ... A loud crash-bang in the living room, followed by several bellowing F-bombs, sent wife Kelly to investigate, only to discover Bob's leg dangling from a hole in the ceiling above ...

  • Today in Music History - Nov. 3

    Graham had died nine days earlier in a helicopter crash. Also on the bill ... In 2002, Lonnie Donegan, the first British pop superstar and the musician who provided the original inspiration for John Lennon and Paul McCartney, died at age 71. In 2008 ...

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