Lea Michele has broken her silence on the death of her boyfriend Cory Monteith. The 26-year-old actress dated her Glee co-star for over a year before he died from an overdose of heroin and alcohol at a Vancouver hotel
When Jack Black was in Wellington in 2004 for Sir Peter Jackson’s King Kong, it was the perfect opportunity to interview him and Tenacious D cohort Kyle Gass, when they announced they would play in the capital that year. The tricky bit was that Gass was in California then, while Black had been in Wellington for weeks and the two could only be interviewed about Tenacious D while together.
MUSIC BOX OPERA Delerium (Border) Although they are probably best known for the single Silence with fellow countrywoman Sarah McLachlan, Delerium have been at the forefront of Canada’s electro–ambient movement for nearly two decades. Though their beats are still more Enigma-ish than trip hoppy, there’s an ethereal pop cinematic quality to songs such as Consciousness Of Love and Chrysalis Heart, while Monarch, featuring Nadina is reminiscent of the Middle Eastern worldliness of Dead Can Dance
Stung by the embarrassment of the discovery and death of Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad on Monday, Pakistan’s powerful military establishment is under pressure to make changes in its relationship with key allies, and in its fight against terrorism. After three days of sedulous silence on the matter, the military and intelligence leadership on Thursday shared its perspective on the Abbottabad debacle with a select group of senior Pakistani journalists no foreign news media were invited.
For months residents sensed that all was not right at the Oxford Apartments, a 49-unit low-rise building on Milwaukee’s crime-infested west side. A power saw buzzed at odd hours
The last time the world heard from Osama bin Laden, there was reason to believe his end was near. In a videotape released in December, bin Laden looked sallow; his speech was slow, and his left arm immobile.
Jesus has a very special love for you.
The blow, when it finally fell, was unexpectedly jarring.
Vice President Hubert Horatio Hum phrey had never before been known to lapse for long into total silence. Yet throughout 1965 he was unwontedly and unhappily subdued in the shadow of a center-stage President.
The murder by knife of three children, including an infant of 3 months, and both parents in a West Bank settlement late Friday night rocked Israel terribly.