Taylor Swift is not a feminist. But Clara Beyer is, and she loves Taylor Swift’s music and sometimes she wishes Swift would change her twangy tune and be a little more progressive
Daniel Bryan is not what most people would envision when picturing a professional wrestler. He’s not a huge man; he’s not even a particularly large man
Miley Cyrus reportedly still hasn’t cancelled her wedding to Liam Hemsworth.
Miley Cyrus is reportedly putting her rumoured ex-fianc
This week journalist Mihingarangi Forbes will start a new gig as presenter of Native Affairs, Maori Television’s flagship current affairs show. Forbes is an award-winning journalist who honed her skills with stints at TVNZ and TV3 (including seven years at Campbell Live) before joining Maori Television last year as a producer for Te Kaea, the channel’s daily news bulletin.
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Belgian Cement Worker Albert Verbrugghe was driving his wife and another woman down a quiet street in the copper town of Jadotville one day last week, when he suddenly heard the clatter of gunfire.
Whether I was squeezing myself into a crowded subway car or admiring the fall leaves around at Tsaritsino Park, I was constantly learning new Russian words during my two-week study trip to Moscow last October.
“Late Show With David Letterman” bandleader Paul Shaffer is a walking Wikipedia of rock ‘n’ roll history — and now he’s added his own story to the mix. Shaffer’s new memoir, “We’ll Be Here for the Rest of Our Lives: A Swingin’ Showbiz Saga” (Flying Dolphin Press) offers his take on a colorful career, from piano lessons in his native Canada to a “Saturday Night Live” stint to the gig he’s had, and relished, for 27 years — Letterman’s sidekick
Had this parental abduction drama played out in the United States, Christopher Savoie might be re-united with his two little children, after snatching them back from an ex-wife who defied the law and ran off with them.