You’re cordially invited to view the home of the honorable Mr. Steven A. Cohen, whose multimillion dollar Manhattan penthouse at One Beacon Court (a location Mr. Cohen thinks you’ll be very much pleased by) is outfitted with the finest of furnishings, the coziest of comforts, and most luxurious of luxuries. There is…
This year is the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death. As part of the festivities—would we call them festivities?—a TV team is taking a peek inside the bard’s final resting place. Much to my embarrassment, I cannot work up one iota of excitement over this.
We recently told you about the many cursed jewels of the world, but you don't have to have a shiny rock to have your life destroyed by an otherworldly evil. Plenty of items have terrible curses on them, which can hurt, harass or outright murder people. Here are seven items that you never want to mess with.
Because obviously the best way to address the tragedy of Natasha Richardson's death is to ascribe it to a ghoulish, dubious "Redgrave Curse." Why settle for quiet dignity when there are conspiracy theories?!