As the death of Glee star Cory Monteith highlights, the pain for colleagues and friends is very real.
Celebrity chef Paula Deen, who lost book deals, contracts and her television cooking show on The Food Network after she admitted using a racial slur, is set to be a comic book star of female empowerment, a publisher said. Bluewater Productions, which publishes a series of female celebrity-driven comic books, said the biography comic book called Female Force: Paula Deen will be released in October and include Deen’s fall from grace.
When Max Gimblett was eight he fell in love with America. With Japan a growing Pacific threat during WWII, American troops moved into Auckland and Wellington in 1942
The Government has paid tribute to one of New Zealand’s finest writers, Barbara Anderson, who died in Auckland yesterday.
Oprah Winfrey was crowned America’s most influential celebrity for a second straight year, despite having dropped off daily television in 2011. Forbes magazine ranked Winfrey, 59, ahead of Hollywood titans Steven Spielberg and Clint Eastwood and towering over other TV figures such as journalist Barbara Walters and financial guru Suze Orman.
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For the longest time, Sarah Palin was leery of Facebook. Some of the comments left on her page during the 2008 vice-presidential campaign were so withering and unpleasant that it took months of coaxing by her staff and her daughters Bristol and Willow to convince Palin that she should give it another try.
On a farm in coastal Maine, a barn is going up. Right now it’s little more than a concrete slab and some wooden beams, but when it’s finished, the barn will provide winter shelter for up to six cows and a few head of sheep
A jury in Manhattan found the son of Brooke Astor and one of his lawyers guilty Thursday of scheming to bilk millions of dollars from the late philanthropist’s estate.