Reality show star Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries are getting another chance to settle their divorce case, and this time a judge wants the professional basketball player to attend. Humphries did not appear for settlement talks Friday, and a Superior Court judge set another hearing for April 19 in Los Angeles.
I can understand how a lot of fans have become a little upset with how much this band has changed, but I think that’s what swayed me on this album. The fact that they’re not the band I sang to in my high school dark room, whose concert I had to have my mum drop me off to, whose posters I hung on my wall
Rocky Horror Show creator Richard O’Brien has opened up about his desire to be more feminine, asserting himself to be about 70 per cent male, 30 per cent female. Speaking to BBC Radio4, he revealed he used to be ashamed of his longing to have female qualities but said he had been taking hormone oestrogen pills for the past 10 years
We like to think of ourselves as rational creatures. We watch our backs, weigh the odds, pack an umbrella.
As the residents of Moneygall ready themselves to play host to Barack Obama on May 23, many hope the visit will bring the Irish village exactly what the President’s great-great-great-grandfather sought when he left there 150 years ago: prosperity. It takes less than a minute to drive through Obama’s ancestral hometown, a sleepy and typical rural village whose main attractions are a single pub, a corner shop, a post office and a football field.
Simply arriving at a Larry Ellman restaurant can be a challenge to belief. A diner bound for Manhattan's Orangerie, for instance, can be picked up and delivered at the restaurant by a customer-service Citron painted all over with orange blossoms
There are more reasons than mere theology why Evangelical Christian leaders are raising Cain over the message now being wholesaled by the Rev. Rob Bell of Mars Hill Bible Church, featured in TIME’s current cover story, “What If There’s No Hell?” Bell’s I’m-O.K.-you’re-O.K., we’re-not-going-to-hell-today spin is not merely a refutation of a basic belief
Back in Christianity’s early days, petty semantics could cause powerful schisms. A big reason the western and eastern churches split was a bitter dispute over the addition of three words, “and the Son” to the 4th-century statement of Christian belief, the Nicene Creed
For many people, voodoo calls to mind raving witch doctors and dolls bristling with needles. But given our fascination, and voodoo’s lurid position in popular culture, it is surprising that the extraordinary sculpture of voodoo’s African birthplace has never been seen in a major exhibition
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