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  • BONO: Bono, my friend and still one of my very best friends.

    CNN Transcript Dec 1, 2002

  • Do you think Bono is a little too full of himself?

    Book Review: "Is It Just Me Or Is Everything Shit?" by Steve Lowe and Alan McArthur

  • The Halloween triple-murder in Bono, Ohio of William Liske, Jr., his wife Susan, and son Derrick has again focused the public's attention on what to do to prevent violence by people with serious and untreated mental illnesses.

    DJ Jaffe: Largest & Longest Study: New Treatment Law Helps Mentally Ill Avoid Incarceration, Homelessness and Hospitalization

  • The daughter of Sonny Bono and Cher, Chastity Bono is an actress and gay rights activist.

    Five People Born on March 4 | myFiveBest

  • Bono is asking a judge to formally change his name and gender.

    It’s Official: Chaz Bono Becomes A Man

  • Bono is praised by the industry press service not so much for the content (though they like that) but because he turned "beyond the usual suspects" for the reporting and writing, including former Viacom CEO Tom Freston (writing about a Mali music adventure), artist Damien Hurst (writing about a Congolese artist) and novelist Binyavanga Wainaina (writing about her Kenyan generation's downs and ups), among numerous others.

    Magazines

  • They all have varying techniques, but each one takes some creative inspiration — and Bono is definitely inspiring!!

    The U2 Method of High-Impact Writing | Write to Done

  • Bono is praised by the industry press service not so much for the content (though they like that) but because he turned "beyond the usual suspects" for the reporting and writing, including former Viacom CEO Tom Freston (writing about a Mali music adventure), artist Damien Hurst (writing about a Congolese artist) and novelist Binyavanga Wainaina (writing about her Kenyan generation's downs and ups), among numerous others.

    July 2007

  • Bono is praised by the industry press service not so much for the content (though they like that) but because he turned "beyond the usual suspects" for the reporting and writing, including former Viacom CEO Tom Freston (writing about a Mali music adventure), artist Damien Hurst (writing about a Congolese artist) and novelist Binyavanga Wainaina (writing about her Kenyan generation's downs and ups), among numerous others.

    Vanity Fair's innovative Africa issue

  • Bono is praised by the industry press service not so much for the content (though they like that) but because he turned "beyond the usual suspects" for the reporting and writing, including former Viacom CEO Tom Freston (writing about a Mali music adventure), artist Damien Hurst (writing about a Congolese artist) and novelist Binyavanga Wainaina (writing about her Kenyan generation's downs and ups), among numerous others.

    Vanity Fair's innovative Africa issue

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