We can now add “makes children cry” to the long list of character faults that dog Mel Gibson. Gaby Hoffmann, the former child star of such classics as Uncle Buck, Field of Dreams and Sleepless in Seattle, told the Huffington Post that Gibson had yelled at her while they were making the 1993 film Man Without a Face
Thousands of people on Twitter complaining that they can not log into their accounts anymore. Is it a technical malfunction or something more serious? Eric Weaver tried logging in to his Twitter account this summer, but he was locked out. A hacker had broken into his account and changed the password. But it didn’t end […]
Danny Bonaduce, best known for his role in the 1970’s TV show “The Partidge Family,” was attacked by a female fan while making a public apperance in a Washington State casino. A fan asked the former child star for a kiss and then bit him on the cheek. She Sank Her Teeth Into Him […]
The last weeks of Kurt Cobain’s life were filled with turmoil and anguish — and gossip.
The doctors who agreed to an experimental treatment for a severely disabled girl thought there were clear medical benefits to keeping her small. Autopsy the doctors’ argument, and you find that they concluded they could remove Ashley’s uterus and breast buds because she’d be better off without them; they could keep her short because, since she’ll never have a job or a romance, she’d not suffer the social consequences of smallness
Charlie Lamb was barely 2 years old when he was diagnosed with autism.
Amanda Knox’s parents are hopeful that an Italian court’s decision not to re-evaluate the evidence against their daughter means she will be found not guilty of killing her roommate. “We asked for the independent review because we were sure that anybody [who] independently looked at it would support our position,” Edda Mellas, Knox’s mother, told CNN’s Larry King in an interview to air Friday night
Months before flood season begins in western Washington, government officials have already declared a state of emergency and, even as they worry about the viability of a pivotal dam, have encouraged residents to buy flood insurance immediately. When the Howard Hanson Dam was first built on the Green River in western Washington in 1962, the concrete behemoth was hailed as the new protector of the valley below.
Five hundred days of summer — plus one day of marriage.