At 83, choreographer and former ballet dancer Russell Kerr has seen it all.
Prince Charles, about to become a grandfather any day now, added to his cuddly credentials when he and his wife, Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, met Doctor Who and some Daleks at the long-running British sci-fi series’ set in Wales. The images were irresistible: The Prince of Wales, the next king, and his wife, the next queen consort, grinning and posing next to a couple of Daleks, the mutant-cyborg creatures shaped like upside-down garbage cans that are among the many wacky foes of Doctor Who, celebrating its 50th anniversary at the show’s studio in Cardiff, Wales
Kiwi screenwriter Neil Cross, who wrote lines for actor Matt Smith in Doctor Who, says he will miss the actor desperately. The BBC this week announced Smith would leave the show after four years in the role of the renegade twin hearted Time Lord from the planet Gallifrey at the end of this year’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
Jennifer Lopez reportedly thinks its “a little strange” that Marc Anthony has introduced their children to his new girlfriend so quickly. The singer recently stepped out with 22-year-old heiress Chloe Green.
Katia Eliad, a Paris-based artist, was stuck in a rut. She felt blocked in her creativity, out of touch with herself and for some inexplicable reason unable to use green or blue in her abstract paintings.
As the G-8 leaders and the U.N.
A newly-released Michael Jackson album is drawing devoted fans back to stores today, ahead of a week of celebrations in memory of the pop singer.
With the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall being commemorated on Nov. 9, Germany is in a celebratory mood
Beijing prepared for massive celebrations on Thursday for the 60th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China. The capital was to witness a grand National Day military and mass parade as well as evening gala, according to state-run Xinhua news agency.
China has developed a vaccine for swine flu and is set to become the first country in the world to begin mass inoculations, but there are concerns over possible side effects, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said. WHO spokesman Gregory Hartl told CNN, “We have to be ready for the fact that there might be adverse effects.” “No matter what vaccine you’re looking at, sometimes there are extremely rare side effects.