One Direction are reportedly set for a $90 million windfall. The English-Irish boyband are preparing for the release of their third album and according to UK newspaper The Sun royalties are going to jettison their individual bank accounts into the eight-figures.
Lana Del Rey shared a new album sampler on her YouTube channel, so we listened and wrote down some memorable lyrics. Born To Die: The Paradise Edition features nine new songs and three bonus tracks. All the oldies (relatively) are included too (“Born to Die,” “Blue Jeans,” etc.). Take a look and let us know what […]
Last week, after the Egyptian opposition called for a march after prayers, TIME’s Abigail Hauslohner, based in Cairo, and TIME’s Rania Abouzeid, who had just returned from covering the Tunisian uprising, walked among the protesters and felt the blunt and brutal response of the regime’s antiriot police. To escape club-bearing cops, Hauslohner ran through narrow streets and found refuge in a small courtyard, only to have a tear-gas canister land near where she stood with a small group of protesters.
The "disgusting" blob that Fred DeNegri’s wife says she poured out of his Diet Pepsi can was probably a gutted frog or toad, the Food and Drug Administration said.
In apparent homage to the new President, PepsiCo has plastered the sides of buses and bus stops in the nation’s capital with slogans like “Yes You Can,” “Optimismmmm” and “Hope.” In each poster, the letter “O” is inscribed with the redesigned Pepsi logo, a red, white and blue sphere that echoes the rising sun image used by the Obama campaign. It is not hard to interpret the message. Since 1984, Pepsi has been marketing itself as the hip, happening beverage of youth “The Choice of a New Generation,” as its longtime slogan went