Sir Arthur Conan Doyle would have penned this murder mystery if he’d been around in the century it happened. Oh wait. He was.
London. Implacable July weather. People everywhere. People swarming Trafalgar Square. People perched on the steps of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. People crowding the backstreets of the West End. Is this a Dickens novel? No, it’s …
Harry Potter fans camped out for days to get a glimpse of Daniel Radcliffe and company, as they walk the red carpet for the premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2. But you can watch it from the comfort of …
Fans in London, who were lining up to get in to Wimbledon on Friday morning, were possibly living more in hope than expectation. That’s nothing new.
Harrumph! Arrrgh! Is that the sound of tennis players grunting their way through points — or viewers frustrated with the noises being made? Either way, a solution has arrived.
It turns out somebody actually knows what a cubit is. Because one man converted the Biblical measurements to create a scale model of Noah’s ark. And it’s big. Really big.
The screaming started before the show even began. The reason? An ad pushing the Glee app (as if NewsFeed doesn’t already consult it 24/7). Welcome to Glee in London.
Sy Haze says he traveled from London to Minneapolis this week and had his luggage sent to the wrong location three times, only to finally receive it damaged, damp and smelling like urine.
Does anything truly signal the start of an Olympic Games more than the all important details on the torch relay?
Seems like they’re settling into married life like the rest of us.
When I checked in at Westminster Abbey this morning on Facebook, my friends commented that I was “so lucky.” Here’s why I wasn’t.
Hosting the Olympics is a time to show off your nation’s building prowess. But what if the venues could simply float away after the medals are handed out?