One hundred people gathered together, jostled and bumped each other, and made some patchwork artwork today to launch Te Papa’s latest exhibition. The artwork – images of Sir Peter Jackson and TVNZ Seven Sharp presenter Alison Mau – were held up by 100 people who had been brought together by social media
With thousands of Good Sorts entries every year, the toughest part of host Hadyn Jones’ job is deciding which community-friendly Kiwi qualifies for the exclusive list. The light-hearted weekly One News segment, which looks at everyday New Zealanders helping others and the community, has being going since 2007 and with only 48 Good Sorts pieces done each year, Jones admits it is tough deciding who makes the cut.
An American comedy show that staged a grisly celebration of the shark killing of Auckland man Adam Strange will not be aired on New Zealand television. The Jeselnik Offensive show, hosted by Anthony Jeselnik, featured a segment on the death of Strange and staged a “shark party” on the Comedy Central pay network
Lindsay Lohan nearly ruined her episode of Million Dollar Decorators by not following through with the reveal. Lindsay Lohan Does It Again Lindsay Lohan nearly torpedoed her episode of “Million Dollar Decorators” on Bravo — after the network spent roughly $200,000 renovating Lindsay’s Beverly Hills mansion — because TMZ has learned she refused […]
Some celebrities receive a lot of hate from the public for reasons beyond their control. Athletes and entertainers don’t always have the easiest time of it in the press. That’s probably because of sites like this one and jerks like me. See, it’s my job to make fun of the things that people want made […]
When Lyndon Johnson launched his War On Poverty in 1964, he gave the Office of Economic Opportunity command of ten campaigns* to rescue the nation from want.