Steve Logan is very excited.
RECREATION The fine-limbed young woman rising from the foam on TIME’S cover is neither a naiad nor the creation of a fashion editor’s imaginative whim. She is Mrs
At the global headquarters of eHarmony in Pasadena, Calif., one blue wall is papered with testimonies of love: snapshots of couples who met on the Internet matchmaking site and subsequently got hitched.
More than a year has sped by since, at Premier Mussolini’s orders, the dread Mafia was hunted down on the island of Sicily, captured, jailed. For centuries the Mafia protected Sicilians while the island was under foreign rule
He’s a country-music megastar whose tour with wife Faith Hill was one of 2006’s biggest moneymakers. He’s also a doting husband and dad who has vowed never to spend more than two nights away from Hill and their three young girls.
Like a dried-apple doll’s, Carmela’s 99-year-old wrinkled smile was sweet but a little spooky.
The first images are emerging of an adult Jaycee Dugard, the woman who was kidnapped when she was 11 and allegedly held captive for 18 years by a couple in an elaborate compound hidden in the backyard. Dugard is featured on the cover of the new issue of People magazine, smiling brightly in the photo, her face framed by long brown hair
Some 50 mothers-in-law have come together in a campaign seeking legal protection from what they allege is abuse of laws favoring daughters-in-law in the country. The mono set may be revelatory for some, but even the box of stereo albums — the best-known versions and the primary sales focus — is a step up from the 22-year-old original CD releases
Unless you’re an adolescent male, you have already asked yourself this question, perhaps in the past few days: Is there something wrong with teen girls? Specifically, are they getting too sexy?
There’s nothing like an enraged diva Beyoncé Knowles giving a head butt to the psychopathic blond who’s trying to kill her and steal her husband to bring out the crowds on a spring weekend. Enough customers were transfixed by the fatal-distraction drama Obsessed to place it at the top of the weekend’s box office chart with a surprisingly robust $28.5 million, according to early studio estimates. The PG-13 thriller more than doubled the take of its nearest competitor, 17 Again, and earned nearly as much over the weekend as the total of the three other movies that opened in wide release