So that’s what she looks like. After eight seasons of remorseless teasing, How I Met Your Mother finally revealed – wait for it – “the Mother”.
Aerosmith have cancelled a show in Indonesia after authorities there said they had foiled a bomb plot targeting the Myanmar Embassy. Concert promoter Ismaya Live cited safety concerns as the reason for the cancellation, but it wasn’t clear if there was a direct connection to the alleged embassy plot.
Sharon Osbourne is apparently worried joining The X Factor would be “the final straw” for her marriage. The TV personality’s Black Sabbath husband Ozzy recently admitted to a renewed battle with addiction and subsequently it was reported the couple’s relationship was on the rocks
Slayer founding member and guitarist Jeff Hanneman has died of liver failure at the age of 49.
A baseball pitcher whom not even New York City can enlarge or exaggerate stands atop the hill and the heap at 21. Without counting the mound, which is also situated about ten inches above the rest of the field, Dwight Gooden in just two major league seasons has risen like an illusion of a fastball to a height somewhat loftier than 6 ft
It’s just three nights after the premiere of the slick, vivacious new Broadway musical Jersey Boys: The Story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, but already the audience at the August Wilson Theatre on West 52nd Street dresses like the crowds you’d see in the fifth year of Mamma Mia! Tight-fitting tops, carefully pomaded hair, ostentatious gold neckwear …
In the show’s heyday, a billion people worldwide watched Upstairs, Downstairs, the saga of a family of London aristocrats who shared a house at 165 Eaton Place with a fleet of salt-of-the-earth servants. The series, which aired in a reported 70 countries, won seven Emmy Awards and two BAFTAs and became such a fixture of the cultural landscape that when the Muppets spoofed it on Monsterpiece Theater, Alistair Cookie welcomed viewers to “Episode 793.” He was exaggerating: there were actually 68 episodes over five seasons, the first of which began airing in Britain 40 years ago
The U.S. government is delaying “tens of millions” of dollars in crucial humanitarian aid over concerns that the money is being diverted to a notorious militant group, a senior U.N