Who cares about Blur or Snoop The only singer we want to see headlining BDO Auckland is Lorde.
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.
REVIEW: Lorde Mighty Mighty, May 10 Lorde’s gig was the place to be in Wellington on Friday night, that was obvious. If the fact it sold out in 73 seconds hadn’t told you that much, then the number of cellphones snapping and tweeting and updating Facebook statuses midshow would have made it clear
"Terminator Salvation" is a sequel that almost had a different cast. “I didn’t want to take this on. I thought a fourth movie …
Police say they believe they know who killed a 31-year-old Southern Illinois woman and her two young sons, but are waiting for prosecutors to build a strong forensic case against the suspect before disclosing his identity. “We don’t have a warrant for his arrest at this time, so we don’t feel it would be prudent to give his name out until the state’s attorney determines whether or not there’s enough to charge him,” said Maj. Jeff Connor of the Major Case Squad