Jon Bridges has well and truly learnt his lesson about being prepared in broadcasting. “We were pretty slack,” he says about his early days at the now-defunct Channel Z radio show and the DJing role he shared with his Ice TV partner Nathan Rarere
A first kiss doesn’t get any better than this! Carrie Underwood obliged a young fan of hers when he requested that she give him his first kiss on stage at her concert. She Saw The Sign The 29-year-old country singer spotted 12-year-old Chase’s “Will you be my first kiss?” sign in the audience of her […]
The region of Ethiopia called the Middle Awash, some 140 miles northeast of the capital of Addis Ababa, is a hot, harsh and inhospitable place–a rocky desert punctuated by tree-lined rivers, the occasional lake and patches of lava that are slowly being buried by sediments flushed out of the hills by the torrential rains that come along twice a year. But between 5 million and 6 million years ago, the landscape here was very different.
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“It looks like this recession is finally over,” declared Scott Davis, CEO of UPS, earlier this month while announcing 2009 earnings that were better than expected for the world’s largest package carrier.
When Barack Obama traveled to Texas this month to talk immigration, David Plouffe, his top message guru, decided to stay home and watch Twitter instead.
Evolution skeptics like to trot out the argument that if Darwin had been right, scientists would have discovered transitional fossils by now creatures with a mix of features from earlier and later species.
What are you doing when you aren’t doing anything at all?
If there were any climate-change doubters in the wine industry, it seems they are now as rare as a 1921 Chteau d’Yquem.
Most New Year’s resolutions have an awfully short shelf life. By the end of January, folks who swore they would lose weight and shape up may already be back on the Krispy Kremes.