A round-up of life advice from celebrities, including the power of eyebrows and monkeys. Helen Mirren on things she’d tell her hypothetical daughter: “[The] first words I would have taught her would have been “f*** off” because we weren’t brought up ever to say that to anyone, were we And it’s quite valuable to have the courage and the confidence to say, “No, f*** off, leave me alone, thank you very much.” Robert Downey Jr on the power of perception: “I’m thinking of buying a monkey.
Coronation Street star William Roache is facing fresh charges of indecently assaulting girls aged between 12 and 16 in the 1960s, British police say. Roache, 81, is the world’s longest-serving soap actor, playing the character of Ken Barlow since the show’s launch
Gwyneth Paltrow once told a friend to perform a sex act instead of getting angry at her partner.
Billy Ray Cyrus wants his daughter Miley to focus on her friendship with fianc
This article originally posted at Mashable.com Ask attendees what they most remember about the TED 2013 conference, wrapping up Friday in Long Beach, USA, and here’s one of the most frequent answers you’ll get: Amanda Palmer. The former Dresden Dolls singer is the first to admit, as she does in her TED talk, above, that her punk cabaret music isn’t for everyone
Vulgar, vulnerable, wise and neurotic, Bethenny Frankel, Bravo’s last-minute addition to its blockbuster series The Real Housewives of New York City, was a poor man’s Housewife from the first. Not a wife nor a homeowner , she weathered patronizing barbs from older, wealthier castmates for these and other deficiencies with a captivating mix of insouciance and insecurity.
Last summer, when nearly 2 million vacationers descended on California’s Yosemite National Park, the line of cars at the South Entrance was often nearly a mile long.
Over this past week, I had some interesting conversations with colleagues who are also health care professionals.
A British Royal Marine was killed Saturday by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan, Britain’s Ministry of Defence said in a statement. League Managers Association chief executive Richard Bevan has spoken to Hackett about the Old Trafford incident which saw Wenger sent to the stands by referee Mike Dean on the advice of fourth official Lee Probert. And he has been told that Wenger will receive an apology from the Premier Game Match Officials Board which appoints officials to top-flight games in England