It is a Wednesday night and The Backbencher pub in central Wellington is packed. Unless you have booked a table, it is standing room only and there are some familiar faces in the crowd – Justice Minister Judith Collins shares space with people holding signs calling for the legalisation of cannabis and a fellow who has made a Peter Dunne puppet.
First things first: How did Christchurch boy-band Moorhouse, the handsome SBWs, end up in the bottom two at last night’s elimination episode of the X Factor Hadn’t we all agreed that not necessarily the best voices win but rather those who appeal to a certain fan base Like to teenage girls I blame their song choice on Sunday’s Best of British show.
Christchurch musicians dominated the New Zealand Country Music Awards in Gore last night.
The last time Jayson Norris was back home he met Tiki Taane for the first time at Wellington’s Homegrown festival. When he returns next month, he and Jess Harlen, another high-flying Kiwi abroad, will be sharing the stage with Taane on a nationwide acoustic tour, which kicks off in Tauranga on April 11
The truth is not easy, the truth about meth use is down right scary, and the other thing…. sometimes after just one dose, you just cannot stop! New ad highlights what exposure to methamphetamines can do to the body. A New Ad Campaign A new anti-crystal meth campaign featuring the warped mugshots […]
Apparently, according to sources close to Carey and Minaj, the feud has been going on for over two years now. Nicki Minaj Disrespectful of Mariah Nicki Minaj was supremely disrespectful to Mariah Carey 2 years before she exploded on the set of “American Idol” this week . “Up On My Face” Nicki and Mariah teamed […]
Bobak Ferdowsi’s Mohawk Blows Up Twitter As NASA’s Curiosity Rover Lands On Mars. “Curiosity” got the best of the internet last night.
200 Faces from the Future While the lack of leadership is everywhere felt and deplored, there are in America a great many leaders, both actual and potentialor so TIME believes. The forces that hinder them from coming to the fore are huge, as the preceding cover story points out.
Anytime a bunch of politicians go on television to eat cucumbers, you know something is up. On Monday, there was Clara Aguilera, agriculture councilwoman for the region of Andalucia, pointedly biting into a whole cuke
For people who deem needles too scary and surgery too drastic, the latest anti-aging fad may appeal: facial yoga. Based on the premise that facial muscles, like any other muscle, need exercise to stay toned, enthusiasts of facial yoga say the regular practice of making kissy faces or wagging one’s tongue can reduce worry lines and wrinkles and even create a little peace within.