The Norse god of resurrection has come to the party. Last September, it looked like The Almighty Johnsons had run its course after just two seasons.
A nurse at Los Angeles’ Cedars Sinai Hospital has reportedly revealed the name of Kim Karsdashian and Kanye West’s newborn baby. According to Media Takeout the parents named the child Kaidence Donda West
There’s nothing that quite riles people up than some trumped up, self-loathing, columnist-nobody criticising their TV habits. And given that’s exactly what I did last week, I thought it only fair to repay those truly aggrieved by my views on the televisual dreck that abounded in the ’90s by taking a look at five of the best story-driven TV shows of all time.
While Buzz Aldrin enjoys movies about space, he doesn’t always think the filmmakers get it right.
Farming Show radio host Jamie Mackay has been found to have abused his position by allegedly threatening staff of a Queenstown bar with bad publicity and then broadcasting his grievances. The Broadcasting Standards Authority said Mackay told an anecdote on the Farming Show, broadcast in January on Newstalk ZB, about his experience at The Waterfront Bar and Bistro in Queenstown
In the swarm of artistically minded boomers who matured in the 1970s, there were thousands who hoped to become filmmakers or photographers.
It was a delicious inside bit of politics: Bill Clinton and Congressman Paul Ryan having a private, backstage chat about Medicare, captured by an ABC News camera.
Death abides with all fanatics, not least because they are so often willing to risk it for their cause. It presses close around Jack Kevorkian, the doctor who has made death his specialty, closer still last week as he returned to the practice that so often had seemed destined to land him in jail
Champions Barcelona bounced back from a dismal week to return to the top of the Spanish league with a 6-1 crushing of Real Zaragoza on Sunday night. There they may be free from the hunter’s rifle, but they are not completely free from human contact or immune to the conflict between the two sides
The wisdom of business professors, once only available to MBAs and business students, can now be accessed by anybody with an Internet connection. Hundreds of universities, and a growing number of business schools, are making recordings of lectures, seminars and conferences available to the general public via Web sites such as iTunes and YouTube