Hollywood A-listers Simon Pegg and Martin Freeman braved the Wellington rain to walk the red carpet at the premiere of The World’s End alongside plenty of familiar faces from the Hobbit films yesterday. The pair, who star in the movie, were joined by co-star Nick Frost, and Sir Peter Jackson, Benedict Cumberbatch and James Nesbitt.
New Zealand on Screen has opened its treasure chest again to make sure TV’s legendary moments do not fade to black. The new collection canvases some of the tragic, scandalous, and brilliant moments that shaped New Zealand television
I just learned the word carnist. It means me.
One could write a political history of African Americans based on changes in hairstyles, ranging from kinky and short to kinky and long, from greased and “pressed” to straightened, waved or jerry-curled. But it was Madam C.J.
Jacky talks about killing him, slitting his throat from three till nine and hanging him upside down so the blood drains out of him the way it ran from the baby pigs they used to slaughter in her village before a funeral feast.
I enjoy a good royal wedding as much as any other straight guy. It’s an amazing alchemy in which two things I already don’t care at all about royalty and weddings become even less interesting when combined.
What makes people gay? To conservative moralists, homosexuality is a sin, a willful choice of godless evil.
Spring may be just around the corner in this poor part of Helsinki known as the Deep East, but the ground is still mostly snow-covered and the air has a dry, cold bite. In a clearing outside the Kallahti Comprehensive School, a handful of 9-year-olds are sitting back-to-back, arranging sticks, pinecones, stones and berries into shapes on the frozen ground.
Grace, Kara and Trichelle were created to fill a void for young black girls who for so long have been playing with dolls that don’t look like them. The new black Barbies released by Mattel have fuller lips, curlier hair and other features that the company says more accurately represent African-American women
Qualifying for the 2010 World Cup finals is reaching its climax, with footballing heavyweights such as Argentina and Portugal still battling to be in the hat when the draw is made in Cape Town on December 4.