Grammy Award-winning singer Carole King endorsed Sydney Levin-Epstein for Massachusetts Senate last week, as the Longmeadow native and former aide to U.S. Sen. Ed Markey convened a blockbuster virtual fundraising event. Levin-Epstein, a political campaign strategist, is running for the Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Eric Lesser, an Obama...
Grammy Award-winning singer Carole King will perform at a virtual fundraiser event for a state senator candidate next month. King, who also happens to be a Sydney Levin-Epstein supporter, will headline the virtual May 11 event, according to a flyer shared with MassLive. Featured guests include Mary Hurley, the former Springfield mayor and outgoing member of the Governor’s Council; Cheryl Coakley-Rivera, a former state representative who’s now the Hampden County Register of Deeds; Easthampton Mayor Nicole LaChapelle; and Paula Meara, the former Springfield police chief.
U2, Bruce Springsteen, Carole King, and More Help Raise $10.1 Billion for Stand Up For Ukraine Livestream
On April 9 the livestream pledging summit Stand Up for Ukraine raised $10.1 billion in grants and loans to support those impacted by the war in Ukraine with the help of special videos and performances by U2, Kacey Musgraves, Bruce Springsteen, Carole King, and more. Hosted by international education and...
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Folk singer and song writer Carole King was the star witness before the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis Subcommittee on Environment conducted March 16 in Washington, D.C. The hearing - Fighting Fire with Fire: Evaluating the Role of Forest Management in Reducing Catastrophic Fire - did nothing to...
WOONSOCKET – "‘Tapestry,’ the Carole King Songbook," starring Suzanne O Davis, will be held at The Stadium Theatre, 28 Monument Square, on Friday, April 8, at 8 p.m. The show recreates the sound and vibe of a 1970s Carole King concert experience following her legendary album, "Tapestry."
Although being eco-friendly seems to be a Hollywood "trend" these days, singer-songwriter Carole King has evidently been advocating for the environment for decades now. After moving from New York to Idaho in 1977, the "You've Got A Friend" singer became heavily involved in standing up for various environmental issues. And now, the 80-year-old New York native is urging Congress to impose stricter regulations on the logging industry on Capitol Hill.
Singer, songwriter and longtime environmental activist Carole King testified at a House hearing on preventing catastrophic wildfires. NBC News’ Julie Tsirkin reports from Capitol Hill on how it was important for King to testify for this specific hearing because she wants lawmakers to address wildfire management. March 16, 2022.
Carole King says it’s not too late to protect the country against wildfires as she heads to Capitol Hill to testify at a House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Environment hearing on the issue. The “You’ve Got a Friend” singer is poised to appear at Wednesday’s “Fighting Fire with...
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Lovers of the great outdoors have a friend in Carole King. The legendary singer/songwriter is in Washington, D.C., to speak as a witness at a congressional hearing on Wednesday, March 16, focusing on wildfire response that also will feature testimony from U.S. Forest Service officials, as well as environmental experts and advocates.
Carole King will be a witness at a congressional hearing on wildfire response on March 16th in Washington, D.C. Chaired by Ro Khanna, the hearing will also include witnesses from the U.S. Forest Service and environmental experts. The full details are below. King has long publicly championed environmental causes. In...
The '60s and '70's are back in Toledo, with two jukebox musicals that take area stages this week: The Simon & Garfunkel Story is at the Stranahan Theater on Wednesday, and Beautiful: The Carole King Musical is at the Valentine Theatre on Thursday.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – After an unprecedented intermission from live theater due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the actors and creative team of the Tony Award-winning show “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” said they are thrilled to be coming to Columbus this week. The show will mark a homecoming of sorts for the musical’s lead actress, […]
Carole A. (King) Malko, age 75, of Wauseon, passed away on March 4, 2022, in Defiance, Ohio. Prior to retirement, Carole worked as a registered nurse. Carole was born on March 15, 1946, in Britton, South Dakota to the late Donald and Shirley (Parker) King. On July 8, 1983, Carole...
Courteney Cox may play a woman living in a haunted house in Starz comedy Shining Vale, but she actually has firsthand experience with the supernatural. Tuesday night on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the Friends alum revealed that she once lived alongside spirits so creepy that she and Carole King (yes, that Carole King) attempted to do a séance to rid the house of their presence.