blondie


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blond·ie

 (blŏn′dē)
n.
A bar of dense cake, typically flavored with brown sugar and vanilla and often baked with nuts.

[blond (from its light brown color ) + -ie (on the model of brownie).]
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6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Agnes Monplaisir, gallerist extraordinaire, hosted Chris Stein and Debbie Harry along with music lovers and art aficionados on the evening of October 3rd for the opening of Stein's latest exhibition, Chris Stein / Negative: Me, Blondie, and the Advent of Punk, at her infamous gallery in the heart of Saint-Germaine-des-Pres.
New wave pioneers Blondie celebrated their 40th anniversary last year and the band has an awful lot to thank its lead singer for.
STARING straight down the camera's lens, a young Debbie Harry oozes the sexiness that made the Blondie singer a fixture on teenagers' bedroom walls.
Blondie O2 ACADEMY, BIRMINGHAM SINGER Debbie Harry may be in her 70th year but it's still easy to see why she became such an icon in the late 1970s.
REVIEW Blondie O2 ACADEMY, BIRMINGHAM SINGER Debbie Harry may be in her 70th year but it's still easy to see why she became such an icon in the late 1970s.
But the bottom line here was that a producer with an ear for top tunes helped mould Blondie into chart-topping world-beaters.
That's what a record producer said of Deborah Harry in a documentary about the band Blondie and the making of their breakout album "Parallel Lines.
Being the iconic creation of Mattel, Barbie, seems like the lifelong aspiration of 38-year old Blondie Bennett.
ON this day in 1980, punk-pop princess Debbie Harry was fronting her classic band Blondie at Newcastle City Hall.
Star of the show was American miniature pony Blondie, at just 26 inches high and making her first appearance for K and L Pony Therapy, of Darlington.
THE music of Blondie will be celebrated during a gig in Cardiff on Friday which will also be raising funds for charity.