Arts & Entertainment

January 28, 2013

Women Face Celluloid Ceiling in U.S. Film Industry

Women lag far behind men in reaching the top jobs in the film business as a study found only 9 percent of directors of the top 250 grossing Hollywood films – Read More...
December 13, 2010

Oprah & Fans Touch Down for Aussie Adventure

Oprah Winfrey’s ecstatic audience arrived in Sydney this week for their much-hyped tour Down Under with the talk show queen, kicking off a week-long showcase of Australia’s beaches, cities and – Read More...
April 12, 2010

Catholics Flock to Flores’ Larantuka for 500th Easter Parade

British traveller and writer TIM HANNIGAN witnessed a special Easter in Flores Nuns in grey habits stand squinting in the sunlight beneath the banana plants. Offshore, white boats, overloaded with – Read More...
April 5, 2010

Ailing Tom Jones Cancels Shows in Singapore, Seoul

Welsh crooner Tom Jones was forced to cancel shows in Singapore and South Korea on Thursday after doctors warned he risked “serious permanent damage” to his legendary vocal chords if – Read More...
April 2, 2010

Latin Pop Icon Ricky Martin Tells Fans He Is Gay

Puerto Rican singer Ricky Martin, in a bombshell to legions of his fans all over the world, confirmed this week a long-time rumour that he is gay. “I am proud – Read More...
March 26, 2010

Three Weeks and $3m to Save Iconic Hollywood Sign

A conservation group warned Wednesday they have just three weeks to raise US$3 million to save the iconic Hollywood sign from being razed by investors who want to build luxury – Read More...
March 26, 2010

Buddhist Founder Siddhartha Inspires Paris Ballet

The story of Siddhartha’s spiritual journey from powerful prince to supreme Buddha has come alive at the Paris Opera in a new ballet featuring France’s top contemporary choreographer Angelin Preljocaj. – Read More...
March 19, 2010

Picasso to Be Sold after Nazi Row Settled

A Picasso painting belonging to British composer Andrew Lloyd Webber will be sold at auction, Christie’s said this week, four years after it was pulled from sale over alleged Nazi – Read More...
March 19, 2010

Aga Khan’s Islamic Wonders on Show in Germany

More than 200 items from the Aga Khan’s collection of over 1,000 years of Islamic art, one of the world’s largest and most valuable, went on show in Germany this – Read More...
March 19, 2010

Sigourney Weaver Bares Her Teeth in Vampire Comedy

American actress Sigourney Weaver is going to play the queen of the vampires in the horror comedy Vamps, trade magazine The Hollywood Reporter said. Written and directed by Amy Heckerling – Read More...
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