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“The historic synagogue at 6th and I Street near Chinatown was host Sunday night to Sharon Salzberg , renowned meditation teacher and NY Times best-selling author, and Krishna Das, often called the rock-star of the Western yoga scene for his captivating devotional chanting.”
“That film draws the attention of Mr. Penn, who, along with the rock-star humanitarian Bono, promotes the movie and walks the red carpet with Ms. Thompson at Cannes.”
“Keeping up the pace: Airborne makes a concerted effort to avoid the usual pitfalls of the rock-star lifestyle.”
“Luke Evans is the dreamy handyman who loves Tamara, Dominic Cooper the rock-star drummer who plays his sticks up and down her body to seduce her.”
“After moving to New York in the early 1980s, Rabbi Wall found regular saxophone work with musicians like Frank London—the two started the jewish-music collective Hasidic New Wave—and landed a gig playing with the Piamentas, a pair of Israeli rock-star brothers who found God and became Hasidim.”
“One day, he was offered the "rock-star" leftovers from a concert at Jones Beach Theater.”
“Let's face it: I am living the life of a rock-star Vatican assassin, and if you eat like me, you can be like me," said Sheen, in a apron.”
“Since he's a "rock-star Vatican assassin," his hands — which are never not holding a cigarette — "radiate sunshine" and mix up ingredients in a "cauldron of awesomeness.”
“Actor Jared Leto has a masterly grasp of rock-star vernacular but this show with his band Thirty Seconds to Mars is a largely formulaic, writes Caroline Sullivan”
“Nine years after graduation I did return to make a short film about her positive life philosophy called Act As If -- it was my thank-you gift for being such a rock-star mentor for so many young women.”
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