Boston’s mayor has written an angry letter to Rolling Stone magazine slamming it for putting marathon bomb suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on its cover, as some US stores refuse to stock the music rag.
It is fair to say that Christchurch musician Matt Barus is a bit overwhelmed. Blondie, aka Debbie Harry, has chosen to record a Dukes song on her upcoming album
The journey to fame begins at the base of Auckland’s Sky Tower, where some of the 300 hopefuls who passed the initial selection process have gathered for live auditions for The X Factor NZ. Wannabe rappers in basketball jerseys mingle with women in expensively daring dresses as they wait in line for their shot at fame
The 29 cult members allegedly murdered a group of witch doctors, ate their brains raw and made soup from their penises.
Of all the trials in human history, none has had greater consequences. In Jerusalem, in April of either the year 30 or 33, Jesus of Nazareth was arrested, hauled before a religious court, tried by a Roman governor, sentenced to death and crucified
Until he saw the light, Jon Taggart–6 ft. 5 in., jeans, white cowboy hat, Texas twang–was a rancher like any other in the southern Great Plains.
Between the Vermilion and Illinois rivers, 100 miles southwest of Chicago, is the glacier-born wilderness of caves, forests and canyons called Starved Rock State Park.
I first met Abu Wissam at the foot of his son’s shallow grave. Never will he be able to erase the last image he has of his son’s body
What do you remember about April 20, 1999? If you recall that two unpopular teenage boys from the Trench Coat Mafia sought revenge against the jocks by shooting up Columbine High School, you’re wrong