Monthly Archives: April 2007

Writer: Bean-Thrower Hugh Grant Deserves Our Sympathy

Jim White in The Daily Telegraph sympathizes with Hugh Grant‘s predicament. “Thanks to digital technology there is no skill required to wield a camera.

The British Invasion of Coachella

Pitchfork has photos from this weekend’s Coachella festival, including pics of Arctic Monkeys, The Jesus and Mary Chain (where’s ScarJo?!), Jarvis Cocker, fake Brits Interpol, eccentric Icelander Bjork, Hot Chip, and Happy ...

Boy George and Amelle Berrabah Both Arrested

The celebrity jail docket is busy today: Boy George has been arrested again today for another bizarre incident at his home. Apparently, the singer hooked up with a Norwegian “escort” on Gaydar.

Jekyll Actor James Nesbitt Travels To Southern Sudan

Actor James Nesbitt (Murphy’s Law, Cold Feet, Jekyll) is also a UNICEF ambassador. In his latest humanitarian effort, he has travelled to war-ravaged Sudan and filed an exclusive report with ITV News.

Peter Andre Suffering From Meningitis?

We make jokes at their expense – and they provide more than enough material – but the truth is, Jordan and Peter Andre have endured more than their share of tragedy in recent years – Jordan’s miscarriages, ...

Paolo Nutini Isn’t a Drunk, He’s Just…Charming.

Newsflash: Gordon Ramsay’s Food Is Hella Expensive

“It can be cheaper to fly to New York to eat at Gordon Ramsay‘s restaurant than to go to his place in London. A meal at the TV chef’s new establishment in the Big Apple costs less than half the price of an almost ...

Hugh Grant Takes The Term “Beaning Someone” All Too Literally

It's all fun and games until the baked beans get slung: reporters have been so busy focusing on the projectile legume attack Hugh Grant made on a photographer that they downplay the alleged kicking (three times!) and ...

We Spoke Too Soon: UK Tabloids React to Heather Mills’ Axing

What…are the British papers working on a two-day delay? Did the news travel by rowboat across the Atlantic or something?

Gordon Ramsay’s London Restaurant 24th-Best In the World

Restaurant Gordon Ramsay is the 24th best restaurant in the world, according to S. Pellegrino’s latest survey.