One difference between me and Desiree Hartsock, this season’s bachelorette, is that I’m cursed with the inability to fall in love with someone who mistakes verbs for adjectives. Des, to her credit, is more forgiving
As the death of Glee star Cory Monteith highlights, the pain for colleagues and friends is very real.
The stars of The World’s End answer our readers’ questions and tell us why pubs are such an integral part of British culture.
At 83, choreographer and former ballet dancer Russell Kerr has seen it all.
Miley Cyrus thinks she is an “old world’s worst nightmare”.
Kiwi actor Russell Crowe has been rejected for Australian citizenship because of an immigration hitch.
Last week, I was lucky enough to contract a flu so violent that it sent me to bed for three days straight, sent all the water that exists in the world directly to my head, and made me see the face of God (shiny!). My muscles had atrophied to the point where I could only crawl to the living room where daytime TV reruns awaited.
No more living in the shadow of London – Auckland is passing go and collecting it’s very own version of Monopoly. The Auckland edition of the iconic board game was launched today at the Viaduct, on the city’s waterfront
When you hail from a family as big and talented as that of New Yorkers Howell and Elvira Wayans – with 10 children – you have to work to get noticed. For Shawn and younger brother Marlon, the necessary attention was gained through making people laugh, and now they are arguably two of the most recognisable members of their clan.
Elisabeth Moss’ cheeks are pink from the cold and the excitement of her first helicopter flight.