People! was a one-hit wonder rock band that was formed in San Jose, California in 1965. Their greatest chart success came with their summer hit single "I Love You". The song, written by The Zombies bass guitarist Chris White, rose to number one in Japan (twice), Israel, Australia, Italy, South Africa, and the Philippines, and peaked at No.14 on the Billboard Hot 100 in June 1968. At various times, band members have included Robb Levin, Geoff Levin, Albert Ribisi, John Riolo, David Anderson, Larry Norman, Gene Mason, Denny Fridkin, Tom Tucker, Bruce Thomas Eason (as Scott Eason), John Tristao, Steve Boatwright, and Rob Thomas. On October 19, 2007, People! was inducted into the San Jose Rocks Hall of Fame.
After all of the band members except lead singers Norman and Mason embraced Scientology, Norman claimed other members of the band issued the ultimatum: Join Scientology or leave the band. Norman and Mason both refused. Some band members indicate that Norman was asked to leave the band because he was seen as a "Suppressive Person". Norman claimed that he was harassed by other members of Scientology.
People is a fortnightly Australianlad's mag published by Bauer Media Group. It has been published since 1950. It is not to be confused with the gossip magazine known by that name in the United States; that magazine is published under the name Who in Australia.
People focuses on celebrity interviews and scandal, glamour photography, sex stories sent in by readers, puzzles, crosswords, and a jokes page.
People was reportedly the first weekly magazine in Australia to feature topless models.
People was first published in 1950; it covered "everything from news, to scandals, to true crime stories."
Pix, a weekly men's magazine, merged with People in 1972.
People magazine started a "Covergirl of the Year" quest in the early 80s with Samantha Fox an early winner. The 1985 winner was Carolyn Kent. People had a deliberate policy of searching for "average Aussie birds" from 1985 onwards, trying to veer away from a reliance on U.K. Page 3 girl pictorials (though Page 3 girls still appeared, and indeed, Tracey Coleman was named Covergirl of the year in 1992 and 1994). Mostly scouted by and photographed by Walter Glover, many popular "average" girls became very popular and frequent cover girls. These include Lynda Lewis, Lisa Russell, Narelle Nixon, Melinda Smith, Raquel Samuels, Tanja Adams (real name Tanja Adamiak) and Belinda Harrow (who also appeared as the debut cover–centre of Picture magazine in 1988.
People is an EP by Animal Collective released in October 2006. The first three songs were recorded during the band's Feels sessions in 2005, while the live version of "People" was recorded on tour in March 2005 just prior to the sessions.
... due to phenomenal demand ... The North American leg also sold-out swiftly, leading to more dates being added due to phenomenal demand ... Dad installs 10ft dinosaur on top of garage - to "make people smile".
'It was such a joy, and there was also some treats that I didn't know until I saw the film - people I didn't know were in it. It's phenomenal!' Ferguson gushed to Variety on the red carpet ... It's phenomenal!'.
Are people required in Alabama to keep paying for these embryos until they die and beyond?" ... "IVF is already phenomenally expensive and there are already only so many people who can access it because it's cost prohibitive.
He shared that only 20 people were allowed to attend the funeral. 'I have met Sushant, interacted with him, he was a lovely boy, phenomenal talent and absolute tragedy to lose him the way we did as an industry,' Vivek said.
“I think it’s going to be phenomenal for people to hear and see this interactive exhibit," Roberts said ... And frankly, if people don’t get at least a little angry, I’m not sure you care enough.” ... “There’s a lot of Type-A people in a clubhouse.
Try not to get caught up in the hype, because of course, the people who are pushing the AI are trying to hype it up as being some amazing, phenomenal thing that's going to change the world forever, but it's not quite there yet.