It’s half a lifetime since Brody Dalle ran away to join the punk rock circus.
While Buzz Aldrin enjoys movies about space, he doesn’t always think the filmmakers get it right.
Filming for a mini-series on Christchurch’s quakes has finally come to an end.
As centuries go, this has been one of the most amazing: inspiring, at times horrifying, always fascinating.
It’s doubtful there’s ever a perfect time or place to end a marriage, but for Dean McDermott, that time and place was in a Palm Springs, California, hotel room after playing a round of golf.
Seven-times Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong brought a Scottish town center to a standstill on Tuesday when hundreds of people joined him for a group bike ride. The seven-times Tour de France winner used social networking site Twitter to invite fans to take part in the event in Paisley, Scotland and — as a result — around 200 people gathered in the town’s High Street. Fans took photographs and asked for autographs from the American and the watching crowd applauded and cheered as the group set off on their ride
Lance Armstrong has hit back at Tour de France winner Alberto Contador by describing the Spaniard’s latest criticism of him as "drivel" on his Twitter feed. The obvious tension between the Astana teammates dominated the headlines during the three-week stage race, with rumors rife of a division within the set-up
Tour de France winner Alberto Contador has launched a stinging attack on Astana teammate Lance Armstrong after returning as a hero to his native town of Pinto near Madrid. Contador told a news conference that relations between the two riders were tense throughout the race, making the atmosphere very difficult for the team as a whole
Alberto Contador has moved closer to his second Tour de France victory in three years after finishing second to Luxembourg’s Frank Schleck in the gruelling 169.5km 17th stage of the race from Bourg-Saint-Maurice to Le Grand-Bornand. Contador, Schleck and the Saxo Bank rider’s younger brother Andy, broke clear of their rivals on the ascent of the Col de Romme, the third of four category one Alpine climbs on the day, to cross the line two minutes and 18 seconds clear of Italian Vincenzo Nibali and seven-times Tour winner Lance Armstrong. The result means Armstrong slips from second to fourth place overall as his Astana teammate Contador now leads Andy Schleck by two minutes and 26 seconds in the overall classification, with Frank Schleck a further 59 seconds back in third
On July 23, 1969, as Apollo 11 hurtled back towards Earth, there was a problem — a problem only a kid could solve. It sounds like something out of a movie, but that’s what it came down to as Apollo 11 sped back towards Earth after landing on the moon in 1969