How the mighty have fallen.
Tyree almost gave up on his new album Motivation. ”This album has certainly been a long time coming and with that time came many highs and lows,” says the South Auckland rapper and member of Smashproof of the six year gap since the release of his debut Now Or Never.
P!nk just released her music video for “Try” — and it’s a video that left the singer’s mother “speechless” and “uncomfortable.” About The Video Featuring P!nk in little more than lingerie and a sexy, shirtless dancer named Colt Prattes, the video depicts a tightly choreographed struggle between man and woman … presented through dance. Classical Inspiration […]
A clinical psychologist practicing in Newcastle, Australia, Michael Currie has worked with adolescent boys and their families for 20 years. Much of his attention has centered on the anger that can consume boys during their high school years.
Every morning, on her top-rated MSNBC show Morning Joe, co-host Mika Brzezinski interviews the most powerful people in the political and entertainment worlds. But in her blunt new book Knowing Your Value: Women, Money, and Getting What You’re Worth, Brzezinski reveals that like many women, she found herself underpaid and underappreciated in her job.
the early 1960s, china was in the throes of economic catastrophe and widespread famine–both resulting from the radical political and economic experiments of Mao Zedong’s Great Leap Forward. As opposition to Mao’s leadership grew, the Chairman left Beijing in late 1965 for Hangzhou, where he would map out his last assault on the Communist Party’s revisionist leadership–the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution
It could not have been easy being Elliott Roosevelt. If the alcohol wasn’t getting him, the morphine was
Israel’s domestic culture war between religious communities and the secular courts took to the streets on Thursday as tens of thousands of ultra-Orthodox Ashkenazi Jews paralyzed the streets of Jerusalem and the Tel Aviv suburb of Bnei Brak in a protest march. The target of their outrage was the imprisonment of 43 couples for refusing to allow their daughters to attend a religious school where they would have to mix with the daughters of religious Mizrahi Jews .
He was born and died in Italy, yet the influence on America of a grubby street urchin named Salvatore Lucania ranged from the lights of Broadway to every level of law enforcement, from national politics to the world economy.
It’s not easy watching your own history repeat itself. At first, Jo–a 49-year-old mother of two from Georgia–thought she would be spared having to witness her children relive her long struggle with obesity.