Oh, how you spoil us, the internet. Watching a comedian’s latest show used to involve waiting for one of about eight comics to release a VHS/DVD or, gulp, leaving the house. Today, we hold the whip hand.
Facebook decided on Friday to allow a type of paid political message that had sidestepped many of the social network’s rules governing political ads, in a reversal that highlights difficulties tech companies
London, Sunday A little more than two years ago, at the dinner to Mr Robert Ross on the publication of the complete edition of Oscar Wilde’s works, it was announced that an anonymous donor had given a
The mystery surrounding the theft of a £50m Gustav Klimt painting has taken a strange twist after it emerged that the director of the Italian museum from where it was taken had considered faking its disappearance
If jazz was born in Congo Park in New Orleans, and hip hop in the Bronx, heavy metal sprang to life from a municipal red-brick community centre in Aston. It was in one of its small white-walled rooms John
Two decades after America’s milk carton kids faded into folklore, a Florida brewery has revived the tradition for animals in need of help: printing photographs on its beer cans of dogs seeking a new home.
Ethan Suplee fans have been left stunned after the actor revealed his impressive weight loss transformation, which he is documenting on his new podcast, American Glutton. In the premiere episode of the
Kate McKinnon was not in the closet. She’s been open about being a lesbian for years. She joked about it with Jerry Seinfeld on “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” and played lesbian characters with tongue-in-cheek
Looks like the Hallmark Channel isn’t feeling the love this holiday season. The network pulled a series of TV ads from their air this week — all of them featuring same-sex kissing between two brides, New
"Success to me today is not measured by external indicators anymore, but by what’s inside." "I wake up happy, just because I can spend one more day here. Not asking for more or trying to run faster." entire
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Film-maker has spent three years showing how the colander-wearing religion is more than a joke Some time next year, the European court of human rights will decide on the case of a Dutch woman who feels
Lana Del Rey was never supposed to make it this far. An early sacrifice to the music-blog gods and a bloodthirsty thing called social media, the singer and songwriter born Elizabeth Grant could have been