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Can Brits do Thanksgiving? Of course, they can.Read Now
Don’t be fooled into thinking Thanksgiving is all about the food. Many Americans are just as passionate about the retail […]Read Now
It’s Left Hander’s Day, a chance for the 10% (or thereabouts) of people who leave inky smudges across the page and find tin-openers and scissors to be counter-intuitive and frustrating to celebrate the internal wiring of ...
Science, as anyone who has ever looked at anything on the internet ever will tell you, is not primarily concerned with faith. That’s not what it does.
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on April 15th, 2013
There’s a definite knack to naming a tribute band: Ideally you’d want a devilishly-clever pun on the band’s name (or at a push, their most famous song or album title), but it has to be one that also explains that ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on March 22nd, 2013
See this pic? That’s Sarah from BBC AMERICA’s Orphan Black rocking a particularly iconic Clash teesh.
News Roundup: James Buckley is a Gentleman ‘Inbetweener,’ Helen Mirren Eyes Broadway, and Why No Carey Mulligan in ‘One Day’?
By staff | Posted on August 17th, 2011
• Last night saw the London premiere of the Inbetweeners movie, and while we’d love to tell you it was one long litany of embarrassing events, unfortunate bodily fluids, and constant swearing, the main story of the night appears to ...
By staff | Posted on August 16th, 2011
Let’s begin with a story which, while it may contain a kernel of truth, is coated in so much nonsense you’d be hard pushed to find it.
Dame Helen Mirren has stepped in to the breach to replace Bette Midler in a new HBO film about the trial of the notorious ’60s record producer Phil Spector. The film stars Al Pacino, and depicts Spector’s recent trial for the murder of Lana Clarkson. Bette had been set to play Spector’s lawyer Linda …
There’s a saying that the apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree, but some apples seem to want to climb back up and re-glue themselves to the branches for all time.