Thursday evening’s Auckland Philharmonia proved to be a study in contrasts, not just in terms of the programme but also in terms of the performances. Subtitled A New Age, the APO continued its exploration of music of the early 20th century with works by Debussy, Glazunov and Schoenberg.
Jessica Simpson has welcomed her second child.
Chris Brown reportedly assaulted a woman at a nightclub. The singer has been accused of harming a 24-year-old inside the Heat Ultra Lounge in Anaheim, California on Saturday
Lady Gaga is reportedly easing herself back into the glamorous party scene following her hip operation. The 27-year-old pop star cancelled the remaining dates on her Born This Way Ball concert tour in February.
New Zealand jazz icon Nathan Haines drew some public complaints about “really loud saxophone coming out of the carpark” when he recorded upcoming album, Vermillion Skies.
The U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee is weighing fresh concern about the sweeping nature of domestic spying using one controversial section of the Patriot Act
My first real experience of the patriarch Abraham’s crossover appeal came on the splendid sun-spangled day in June when I took a crosstown cab to arrange my son’s circumcision.
Five years ago, on the eve of President Richard Nixon’s resignation, TIME published a 38-page Special Section on leadership.
Reader alert: This story quotes quite a few four-letter words, all of them spoken by a future King of England. Some readers may wish to skip the dialogue section after the next boldface advisory
Not long after Patrick told his wife Tammie he wanted a divorce, she posted an angry, hurt note on “the wall,” or public-comments section, of his Facebook page. Embarrassed that his colleagues, clients, church friends and family could see evidence of his marital woes, he deleted it and blocked his wife from seeing his page