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
The Hangover Part III
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
It’s possible that the Navy Seal team that killed Osama bin Laden on May 1 carried communication equipment made by L-3 Communications. It’s also possible that if you were a U.S
Rick Lyke was diagnosed with prostate cancer when he was 47. His response was to set up “Pints for Prostates,” an organization that uses the universal language of beer to reach men with its message about the importance of prostate cancer screening
Oh, sweet Jesus, that nice couple Kate and Micah are about to go to sleep again! But they already suspect that their house is haunted.
Love them or hate them, when it comes to remakes, it seems the only thing people can agree on is that they more often than not stir controversy. The fall festival season has seen its own showdown of late over “Bad Lieutenant Port of Call: New Orleans,” Werner Herzog’s remake of the Abel Ferrara original.
Najibullah Zazi, a Colorado resident and Afghan national questioned in an alleged terrorist plot in the United States, declined to attend a fourth day of interviews with the FBI, his attorney’s publicist told CNN on Saturday.
Science is not shy about ambiguity, never more so than when it comes to medical advice. So here’s the latest recommendation on prostate-cancer screening: Men should continue to have both a manual prostate exam and a blood test for prostate-specific antigen every year bearing in mind that neither test may affect your odds of surviving prostate cancer. Those seemingly contradictory conclusions are part of the results of the Prostate, Lung, Colorectal and Ovarian Cancer Screening trial , a sweeping, 17-year project conducted by the National Cancer Institute