BLACK PUDDING Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood (Liberation) Collaborations seem to bring out the best in the restless soul of Mark Lanegan, who is probably best known for his time with Screaming Trees and Queens Of The Stone Age. His two albums where he played Nick Cave to Kylie Minogue with Isobel Campbell are among his finest work, while his latest partnership with Duke Garwood, who as the guitarist for The Quietus gives Ben Harper a run for his money, is probably his most challenging and sonically adventurous album to date.
Baz Luhrmann is temporarily lost for words. It’s possibly jet lag from two weeks of traipsing from New York and London to Cannes and Sydney, or maybe this is a question he hasn’t heard before
Mark Wahlberg’s dark comedy ‘Pain & Gain’ brought enough box office muscle to knock Tom Cruise out of the No. 1 spot on movie charts in the United States and Canada
Dawn French has reportedly married her partner Mark Bignell.
Google “Science Bros” and you’ll enter the homoerotic world of Marvel man-crushes. It’s a subculture that gets excited about the Tony Stark’s bromance with Dr Bruce Banner, two science geeks who just happen to be Iron Man and the Hulk
Mark Cuban is probably the most bombastic man in the NBA racking up massive fines for shouting at referees from his perch as owner of the Dallas Mavericks so it’s a pretty safe bet he’ll face his latest adversaries with gusto. Only this time, it’s the Securities and Exchange Commission he’ll be fending off
South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford has never shied away from talking about his religious faith. So perhaps it should have come as no surprise that he invoked “God’s law” throughout his long, rambling press conference on June 24 after going missing in Buenos Aires for six days to confess his yearlong extramarital affair with an Argentine woman
For seven months the blond, chubby-cheeked twins ate, slept, cried, had their diapers changed, just like babies everywhere. But they gazed at the world around them from an awkward and virtually immobilizing position.
Be inconspicuous. If there’s one tenet of the legendary corporate culture known as the HP Way that CEO Mark Hurd has mastered, that’s it.
They’ve try to avoid injuries every season, but these days the “Dancing with the Stars” cast is hoping to protect themselves from the flu bug that’s hit the ballroom. “I’m living off of [vitamin drink mix] Emergen-C right now,” Lacey Schwimmer said after Monday night’s performance.