Glee cast, crew and producers have held a private memorial for star Cory Monteith, the 31-year-old heartthrob who died this month from an overdose of heroin and alcohol. Fox Television said in a statement that Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy and Monteith’s co-star and girlfriend Lea Michele joined their colleagues “to share memories and music in an emotional celebration of the life of Cory Monteith.” Fox declined to provide additional details
Boy, oh boy. You are in for a treat today X Factor fans.
An American comedy show that staged a grisly celebration of the shark killing of Auckland man Adam Strange will not be aired on New Zealand television. The Jeselnik Offensive show, hosted by Anthony Jeselnik, featured a segment on the death of Strange and staged a “shark party” on the Comedy Central pay network
People in Port-au-Prince call Junon Brutus “Soeur Junon” , describing her as a prophet and a messenger from God.
At the grand-opening celebration for Gardenview Estates, a $221 millionplus public-housing development on Detroit’s northwest side, activist Leila Gregory, 51, took the podium and gushed about all the local celebrities in attendance. There was John Conyers Jr., the veteran Congressman , and Greg Mathis, the popular TV judge .
General Michael Hayden, Director of the CIA, walked into the celebration of Saudi Arabia’s national day in Washington D.C. and was immediately posed with the question of the day.
They flocked to the open field by the hundreds to praise Allah. In a village in central Java, just a few miles from where Indonesian special forces shot dead an Islamic terrorist linked to the fatal July bombings of two hotels in Jakarta, worshippers raised their hands to the heavens.
Device for hauling up trapped Chilean miners ‘works perfect’ Chilean officials said Thursday the first test of a rescue capsule designed to rescue 33 trapped miners was carried out successfully. “We did a test with a capsule in a tube 12 meters long,” said engineer Rene Aguilar. “We were trying to see how the capsule […]
An agreement could be reached before week’s end between Washington University students and an Illinois nightclub that allegedly barred six African-American students while admitting nearly 200 of their white classmates. Calls from CNN to the nightclub were not immediately returned
Students from Washington University say they have complained to state and federal agencies that a Chicago, Illinois, nightclub barred six African-American members from their senior class trip celebration while admitting nearly 200 white classmates.