Cory Monteith, the handsome young actor who shot to fame in the hit TV series Glee but was beset by addiction struggles so fierce that he once said he was lucky to be alive, has been found dead in a hotel room, police say.
Let’s start with some good news. With only six contestants left, Sunday’s live show of The X Factor has shaved off a good hour from its original 135 minutes of screening time
Seal should stay away from social media. The singer tweeted his disgust after Australian police raided the hotel room of his friend and fellow coach on The Voice, Joel Madden (read about it here).
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.
Jay-Z has reportedly invited a high-end cigar roller to join him on tour this summer. The 43-year-old rapper is hitting the road with Justin Timberlake for their Legends of Summer tour later this year
Bangkok’s hottest hangout was actually born from “six months of despair and depression.” After completing a course of curatorial studies and unable to renew her Rockefeller Foundation research funds, Somrak Sila wondered what she could do to “bring art closer to Thai people.” Knowing that “another commercial gallery wasn’t the answer,” Somrak, 32, and three partners created WTF, tel: 662 6246. It’s a hipster-filled, three-story bar, caf, exhibition space and screening room with a dance floor
One evening last January, in the pale green dining room of Ottawa's Rideau Hall, Winston Churchill sat at a banquet table, ruddy-faced in an atmosphere redolent of brandy and cigars. He was Prime Minister again, and enjoying it.
Liz, a Shi’ite in her late 20s, is afraid to leave her house. She says that the last time she went out, government-hired thugs stopped her car at one of the many checkpoints that litter Manama, the capital of Bahrain.
Claire Robertson was in the changing room at her local swimming pool when she glanced up to see a woman looking at her. The woman had a nice face warm, searching blue eyes; a hesitant smile but seemed unsure of what to say
To the members of the National Security Council, seated around the coffin-shaped table in the Cabinet Room of the White House, the President of the U.S.