As Cher once realized during her 2002-2005 Living Proof farewell tour, she never truly can say goodbye. She knew this so much that she started dubbing the tour by the name Never Can Say Goodbye. So it's entirely unsurprising that she's coming back again in 2014 with the Dressed to Kill Tour.
The 49-city junket will begin on March 22, and run until July 11. The tour comes after the release of her first album in twelve years, Closer to the Truth.
Of course, even after she presumably retired from the touring circuit, Cher wasn't done performing. From 2008-2011 she was in residency at the Caesars Palace Colosseum, and she had several of performances between last year and this year.
Visit the Cher page for more information.
It's officially fall... which means it's officially the best time of the year. That's right, I said it. Fall is easily the best season in the New England area. It's so awesome it is frequently referred to by two names because its wonder cannot be contained by just one name.
Why Fall Is The Best
Fall foliage. Jumping in leaf piles, especially as a kid, is the best. Raking leaves may not be fun, but neither is clearing snow off your car or dealing with pollen. Fall is, hands down, the prettiest season. Dreamysigh. Fall foliage is such a big deal that there are entire websites dedicated to mapping out the best times to see the most magnificent colors. (This live map details the peak times to visit.) People travel to New England just for the experience of seeing fall foliage, much like they'd road trip to see the Grand Canyon, because they understand how awesome it is to see the vibrant colors in person. The changing leaves are not representative of death so much as the circle of life — and, since I know how much we all love "The Lion King," we should be pleased that fall is pretty much the epitome of the meaning behind that song. Thanks, fall!