London's newest attraction is a heap of earth
It’s the home of Tower Bridge, the Houses of Parliament and that great big wheel spinning beside the Thames, but London’s newest tourist attraction might just eclipse them all – at least, in notoriety.
Illinois governor repeals HIV criminalization law
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Tuesday signed into law a legislation package that aims to advance the rights of LGBTQ+ individuals by, among other provisions, expanding infertility health care coverage for same-sex couples and repealing an HIV criminalization law.
Hulu hires MTV Entertainment exec as director of unscripted original series - TBI Vision
Hulu hires MTV Entertainment exec as director of unscripted original series
Michael B Jordan loves to wear jumpers | Entertainment | coastalbreezenews.com - coastalbreezenews.com
Michael B Jordan loves to wear jumpers | Entertainment | coastalbreezenews.com
Eiza Gonzalez lands new role at Bulgari | Entertainment | coastalbreezenews.com - coastalbreezenews.com
Eiza Gonzalez lands new role at Bulgari | Entertainment | coastalbreezenews.com
$101 million in grants go to Hawaii arts, entertainment - Honolulu Star-Advertiser
$101 million in grants go to Hawaii arts, entertainment
Banijay France Buys French Music Entertainment Production Company DMLS TV - Variety
Banijay France Buys French Music Entertainment Production Company DMLS TV
Review: 'Better to Have Gone,' by Akash Kapur - Gazettextra
Review: ‘Better to Have Gone,’ by Akash Kapur
Ex-trainer breaks down stress factors behind Biles' withdrawal
Simone Biles has withdrawn from the individual all-around competition to focus on her mental health, USA Gymnastics announced. It comes after her dramatic withdrawal from the team competition a day earlier. CNN’s Kim Brunhuber speaks to Biles’ former trainer Robert Andrews about the mounting pressure the gymnast faces.
Beijing calls for calm after historic tech stock rout
Chinese state media is urging investors to stay calm following a brutal stock market sell-off this week that has wiped out hundreds of billions of dollars in value.
A Canadian swimmer's success is forcing China to reexamine the legacy of its one child policy
A gold-medal winning Canadian swimmer has made waves in China for her Chinese heritage, sparking heated discussions over the country’s decades-long one-child policy and gender discrimination.
Thailand sends Covid patients home on trains as virus cases and deaths mount in the capital
Thai citizens seeking Covid-19 treatment in Bangkok are being returned to their hometowns by train, in an effort to alleviate the burden on the capital’s medical system.
Weekend Awarded at Music in Action Awards | Entertainment News - Pennsylvanianewstoday.com
Weekend Awarded at Music in Action Awards | Entertainment News
Rege-Jean Page to play Simon Templar in The Saint movie - coastalbreezenews.com
Rege-Jean Page to play Simon Templar in The Saint movie
Dua Lipa "surprised and frightened" by DaBaby's homophobic slur | Entertainment News - Pennsylvanianewstoday.com
Dua Lipa “surprised and frightened” by DaBaby’s homophobic slur | Entertainment News
Ecuador revokes citizenship of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange
An Ecuadorian court on Monday ruled in favor of revoking the citizenship of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, according to a judgment published by the Judicial Branch of Ecuador.
From the 'C-Stunner' to the 'Black Mamba,' Kenya's Cyrus Kabiru rides wave of success with new creations made from scrap
Cyrus Kabiru is on a continuous journey with his art. Born in Nairobi, Kenya, the award-winning artist and sculptor best known for his “C-stunners” – eyewear created with junk – has turned his focus to discarded radios and a “Black Mamba” series of old bicycles, which were common in Kenya during his childhood.
Best of Santa Fe—Arts & Entertainment - Santa Fe Reporter
Best of Santa Fe—Arts & Entertainment
Bhutan vaccinates 90% of its population, becoming a beacon of hope for a struggling region
Bhutan has fully vaccinated 90% of its eligible adult population in a week with Covid-19 shots, a feat that has been described as a “success story” and a “beacon of hope” for other countries in the region, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said Tuesday.