Lucinda Williams: The Ghosts of Highway 20 review – pained and powerful Americana

Lucinda Williams is still one of the great American mavericks. Back in the late 80s, she brought a new rock following to country music when she signed to Rough Trade and helped to launch that hybrid genre, Americana. Her new set mixes country influences with gospel and blues, and is notable both for the strength […]

20 of the best indoor family activities for half-term

River and Rowing Museum, Oxfordshire This striking museum on the bank of the river in Henley-on-Thames has galleries dedicated to rowing, rivers and the artist John Piper. One of the 20,000 objects in the collection is a fascinating time capsule from 1731. This year, the museum is celebrating 80 years of the televised Boat Race. […]

Shah Rukh Khan, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Lady Gaga and other global artistes to be a part of WHO’s LIVE event to raise funds for COVID-19 on April 18

Taj MahalOne of the seven wonders of the world and a leading tourist destination, Taj Mahal has been shut by the Government of India for the first time in four decades. As the number of cases in India crosses 200, strict measures are being taken by the Centre to curtail the spread of the virus […]

Thin Air by Michelle Paver review – Touching the Void meets Jack London

Ever since Cain and Abel, fraternal rivalry has haunted us. In Thin Air, a troubled doctor narrates an attempt in 1935 by five Englishmen on Kangchenjunga, the Himalayan mountain more deadly than Everest. Led by Stephen’s popular older brother Kits, a conventional sahib, it’s a ghost story to chill and thrill. Ascending the peak, the rifts both […]

20 of the best outdoor family days out for half-term

Welly walks, Belfast Colin Glen Forest Park is a wooded valley at the foot of Northern Ireland’s Belfast Hills, which has outdoor activities from mountain biking to bubble football, and the SKYTrek Aerial Adventure Centre, with high and low ropes, climbing wall, power-fan descender and 90-metre ziplines. For half-term, it will be targeting younger visitors […]

‘Child’s Play’ Fans Are Split Over New Trailer

Slide 2 of 10Not ‘Maximum Overdrive’ Soooo I have mixed feelings about the Child’s Play remake. First, it looks like they’re scrapping the possession narrative entirely. I think Chucky is scarier as a vessel used by a dead serial killer rather than just evil artificial intelligence.

Peter Andre trolls Paddy McGuinness for gaining weight after he moans wife Christine can no longer see his penis

“I really enjoyed it and definitely could have got leaner but I began to feel a bit to thin. I started at 92.7kg and finished at 78.7kg. I got down from around 26% body fat to 12% and went from a 36” waist to a 32”!”

Demi Moore blames herself for miscarriage while dating Ashton Kutcher

In a revealing interview, Demi opened up to told the magazine about her struggles with alcohol and substance abuse and the impact it had on her relationship with her daughters from her marriage to Bruce Willis – Rumer, Scout and Tallulah.

Game composers and YouTubers are in a murky battle for copyright control

On the side of fans, the more accessible the music, the merrier. When companies take down game music channels on YouTube that upload songs or soundtracks from games, it’s understandable, but extremely frustrating. Each time, the action is met with cries begging the companies to simply upload the music to the platform themselves, and before […]

GameFly Hosting Used Game Sale With Huge Discounts, Free Shipping

There are some killer bargains here, including Dragon Ball FighterZ for half off its usual price; Assassin’s Creed Origins and Monster Hunter World for under $20; Call of Duty: WWII for the lowest price we’ve seen yet; and so many others. This sale is likely going on for a limited time, and, what’s more, it […]