State Dept. – US aware of Afghan hostage video, assessing it WASHINGTON, Aug 30 (Reuters) – The U.S.
For their AW16 campaign, G-Star are asking, “what is RAW?” Sometimes you have to wonder just how Pharrell does it. Between being half of one of the most legendary production duos of all time, regularly collaborating with adidas, lending his buttery vocals to smash hits, and any number of other exploits (all without aging a day), the Beautiful One is
In between her hols and new album, we caught up with Izzy Bizu. Being hailed as the next big thing on a plethora of trend lists, being the voice of the 2016 Euros, having a rigorous festival schedule and her debut album coming out next week, we can all agree that Izzy Bizu has been busy. She’s taken a well-deserved holiday to Hawaii and has shared it with us via everyone’s favourite medium – Polaroids.
A little over a week ago, 24-year-old Helen Maroulis made Olympic history in Rio de Janeiro by winning the United States its first gold medal in women’s wrestling.
Newborn with Zika virus is a medical mystery Doctors in Florida will be monitoring baby Micaela Mendoza for many years. Born eight weeks ago to a mother infected with the Zika virus, the dark-haired infant does not have microcephaly, the trademark birth defect that has afflicted most exposed babies with abnormally small heads and brain damage.
Directors’ Cuts: Julian Walks The Line (My One Demand Part 3) In 2015 directors Blast Theory made My One Demand, an interactive film project shot in a single continuous two-hour take, which sees narrator Maggie Huculak follow seven characters across the city after meeting them at the Occupy Toronto protests. Here, the directors talk about the final segment: “In this third part, Maggie is following Julian Richings, who was the last protester to leave St James Park where the Occupy protests took place. “Julian has just packed up his camp on some waste ground in the Don Valley and is heading for a rendezvous with fellow protester Clare Coulter.”
Here’s our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend.
2 Chicago brothers charged in murder of NBA star's cousin -police Aug 28 (Reuters) – Two brothers have been arrested and charged in the shooting death of basketball star Dwyane Wade’s cousin in Chicago, a case that has emerged as a talking point in the U.S. presidential race, police said on Sunday. Darwin Sorrells Jr., 26, and Derren Sorrells, 22, are facing charges of first-degree murder and attempted murder in the death of Nykea Aldridge, a 32-year-old mother of four, who was hit in crossfire on Friday while pushing a baby in a stroller.
Woman finds lottery ticket worth $157,000 while cleaning out her handbag Handbags often hold a surprising number of objects, and on many occasions the clutter build-up can be significant. A woman in Kilkenny, Ireland decided it was time to clean hers out, and the efforts paid off handsomely . Among the myriad items was a winning lottery ticket worth roughly $157,000 purchased on August 6, reports UPI .
Now you’ll know when your bus is scheduled to arrive Sergio Ruiz Electronic signs displaying real-time bus information will be added to hundreds of bus shelters across the county starting next summer, giving riders the timing of arrivals, plus service alerts and detours. The LED signs will be installed at 300 of the busiest bus shelters, according to Syncromatics, the company hired by Metro to design and operate the signs. The addition of real-time updates to bus shelters makes sense, considering 62 percent of Metro riders don’t have a smart phone that would allow them to use the Metro app to get this information, says Los Angeles City Councilman and Metro board member, Mike Bonin.