The last time we saw Mary Poppins, she looked a lot like Julie Andrews and was riding her demonic umbrella into the polluted London sky. The next time we see Mary Poppins, she’ll look a lot like Emily Blunt and will be descending onto the Tower Bridge to hang out with her good friend who looks a lot like Lin-Manuel…
A high school football player is the first person to be criminally charged in a disturbing incident at Florida’s South Fort Myers High School, where between 16 and 25 male students are alleged to have had sex with a 15-year-old female student in a school bathroom. The girl’s family said last week she was previously a…
Jan Crouch, the co-founder of Trinity Broadcast Network and televangelist known equally for her effusive worship style and elaborate Southern hair, has died at 78.
The sixteen-novel Left Behind series of evangelical thrillers is at least as influential a text in the annals of latter-day prophecy belief as the Book of Revelation. Which, of course, happens to furnish source material for the series’ intensively literalist accounting of the rapture, the tribulation, and the final…
Are you in the market for a replica of Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, for some reason? Then you’ve got until tomorrow evening to score an invite to an exclusive auction in Somers, Connecticut. Bring a few mil.
In an interview with The Independent, director John Carney spoke about the process of making his 2014 film Begin Again. He called Mark Ruffalo a “fantastic actor.” He said Adam Levine is “a joy to work with.” But when mentioning Keira Knightley, the film’s female lead, he had some markedly different comments.
“Put me out of my misery,” as a chorus, brings to mind merciful euthanization. But in Gwen Stefani’s estimation on “Misery,” a truly catchy song, it’s more like analogizing her lover’s bod to, like, methadone, insofar that she passionately informs him that he’s “like drugs! you’re like drugs! to me!”
Five men have been arrested in New York as a part of an ongoing investigation—titled Operation Bad Odor—by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (I.C.E) into counterfeit perfumes and cosmetics. According to federal prosecutors, the defendants knowingly sold counterfeit designer perfumes (which included Daisy by…
OkCupid is launching a feature called Flavors this week that involves grouping people into specific categories based on personality traits. It sounds yummy.
No matter how fast medicine moves us towards treatments, preventive medicine will always be the most effective and cheapest way to keep healthy. In this post, we’ll run down some common women’s health screening tests, when you should get them, and what you’re in for when you walk in.
Society’s biggest threat isn’t capitalism, but in fact the concert terrorists who hold up phones—or worse, IPADs!—throughout an entire show to capture photos and video for Instagram, Snapchat and the like, thus ruining the live experience of being at a show.
Poland said that it will challenge a 2014 court decision not to extradite the 82-year-old filmmaker Roman Polanski to the United States. Reuters reports that Poland’s Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro said in an interview on Tuesday that he will appeal the court’s decision and seek Polanski’s extradition.
On Saturday, the Cincinnati Zoo shot and killed a 17-year-old gorilla named Harambe to protect a four-year-old boy who’d fallen into the animal’s enclosure. Now, people who evidently would have preferred to see a toddler die in Harambe’s place are angrily threatening the boy’s mother on Facebook. Except, displaying…
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