Jazz dancer Annie Theewis has nailed it on the international stage. The Geraldine High School head girl returned from Hollywood on Tuesday with an armful of trophies.
Having spent most of last month overseas and listening to a number of concerts, it was back to the familiar faces and sounds at the Auckland Town Hall last evening.
While we’ve still got a season of the Rafters to look forward to, Australians are tonight facing up to the departure of one of their most beloved ensemble dramas.
The 11-year-old songstress who captured the country’s attention last year on New Zealand’s Got Talent is set to release her first album. Competition runner-up Jessie Hillel can’t wait to hear the final cut of the album With Love, recorded in Auckland, which will hit the shelves on April 26.
His work is described as art in its purest form, untouched by life’s pollutants and representative of what is important and beautiful. What makes it particularly special is it was created by a two-year-old ..
THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MALCOLM X His account of his evolution from Malcolm Little, criminal, to Malcolm X, charismatic black militant leader, appeared shortly after his assassination. At once an unsparing confession and spiritual quest, the book tells a haunting tale of racial persecution and rebirth
It says something about the popularity of “Dancing With the Stars” that the show’s professional dancers have become almost as famous as the celebrities they’re paired with. Take Mark Ballas, who last season waltzed and tangoed his way to a first-place finish with Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson — his second mirror ball trophy since he joined the hit series in 2007
An estimated 150,000 people live in Complexo do Alemao, where armed groups fight for turf, and fighting between police forces and ruling groups leave thousands of people trapped by violence.
Kate Gosselin last appeared on Larry King Live on May 10. A little more than a month later, on June 22, she and her husband Jon filed for divorce and announced their split that same day in a special edition of their show
He’s a helicopter test pilot who spent 18 years in the British Army. He just beat more than 8,400 others to become one of Europe’s newest astronauts, destined for the International Space Station