Celebrate 1-11-11 with forbidden foods and sellout movies.
The U.S. may have anti-war marches and Rallies to Restore Honor, Sanity and/or Fear, but Icelandic singer Bjork lent activism a creative note when she held a three-day karaoke marathon this weekend in Reykjavik.
After being hit in his temple by a .22 caliber bullet during New Year’s festivities, Darco Sangermano miraculously sneezed out the bullet through his nose.
The good news? It’s all above board, legal and won’t remotely resemble stalking. The bad news? The Middleton’s won’t be expecting you.
Not only he is the most gifted soccer player of his generation but Argentina and Barcelona’s Lionel Messi has once again been recognized as such by his peers and journalists. But was he truly deserving of FIFA’s top award?
Can’t Google allow us to do anything for ourselves?
For TLC, apparently, it’s out with Palin and in with the outed. Ted Haggard, the onetime anti-gay gay preacher will be debuting on cable this weekend — as the star of his very own reality television show.
Looking for love online? Covering your flaws might be the wrong move.
Before last night’s Tostitos BCS national championship game in Glendale, Ariz., Oregon and Auburn, the two schools vying for the title, last played football during the first weekend of December. The geniuses who run college …
The actor taped an interview with Matt Lauer for Tuesday’s Today Show and he announced the great news–“The tumor is gone.”
That smile: No, we still don’t know why. But one expert claims to have solved the question of where.
At what point can you say that a story has seen too many adaptations?