Fore! Look out, because after having several secret and low-key rendezvous, LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian emerged for a very public golf date Thursday. It’s a weekly tradition for Rimes to hit the links, and around 1 p.m. she arrived at the Valencia Country Club — shortly after her surprise partner for the afternoon
The government estimates 240,000 vehicles have already sputtered off the roads and into dealers’ lots as part of the federal government’s cash-for-clunkers program, in which consumers receive a subsidy of up to $4,500 when they trade in their older, less efficient cars for new models.
There is, for the moment, much more speculation than information surrounding actress Natasha Richardson’s severe, and perhaps fatal, ski injury. Part of the confusion is the very nature of her accident an improbable injury, little more than a head bump on a bunny slope, that has left an otherwise healthy, 45-year-old woman fighting for her life
Scientists in the U.S. are developing a laser gun that could kill millions of mosquitoes in minutes.
The tenderhearted Sunshine Cleaning begins with a woman named Rose Lorkowski reading a list of affirmations from Post-it notes. “You are strong,” she tells her reflection. “You are powerful.” The audience promptly takes it under advisement that Rose is neither strong nor powerful, and she proves it a few minutes later by romping around a hotel room with her lover , a man who is obviously married and planning on staying that way.
Early parenting choices are never clear-cut, and deciding whether to allow your infant to watch television or DVDs ranks as one of the more perplexing. Thanks to marketing claims for TV shows and DVDs created for babies, many parents believe that watching educational programming will stimulate infants’ brains and actually promote learning. It’s a seductive line of reasoning
Most people dream enthusiastically at night, their dreams seemingly occupying hours, even though most last only a few minutes. Most people also read great meaning into their nocturnal visions. In fact, according to a new study in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, the vast majority of people in three very different countries India, South Korea, and the United States believe that their dreams reveal meaningful, hidden truths.
If you’re one of the 173 million iPod users out there, you’re probably reading this with your headphones on. Take them out