Their baby daughter Consy was born seven weeks premature in December 2018 and was being treated at Great Ormond Street hospital, but sadly passed away aged four weeks on 22 January, 2019.
Rajkummar Rao wrote, “Can’t believe you’re gone so soon #Sridevi ma’am. You’re my most favourite actress and thank you for always inspiring me with your kind words. I adore you and will always do. You said we must do a film together soon. Let’s keep that promise for our next lives. I love you and […]
When the Spanish arrived in Mexico they suppressed not only the sacramental use of the mushroom, called Teonanacatl by the Nahua, meaning “Flesh of the Gods” but also ritual foods such as Amaranth, both of which were safeguarded by indigenous peoples for the future. By all accounts, use of Teonanacatl, alcohol and other mind-expanding ritual substances […]
Ironically, many believe that these theories are in direct opposition to the ideal of colour-blindness espoused most famously by US civil rights leader Martin Luther King, who dreamed of a future in which people would be judged not by the colour of their skin but by the content of their character. Critical Race Theory, by […]
Even the end credits add to the satisfaction of this triumphant collaboration. Before singing “Everybody’s Coming to My House,” Byrne comments wryly on the difference between his own socially guarded take on the song and the contrasting note of welcoming warmth brought to it by a Detroit youth choir. Hearing that latter version as the […]
With help from a friend, Terry Price aka Photo Ops recorded “Pure at Heart” in his apartment living room turned makeshift studio. The approach was partly inspired by the magic of older music, which was often the result of limitations. On the bouncy lead single “Play On,” Price hopes that humanity can push past the […]
I’m the Only One singer, who’s mother to Bailey, 23, and twins Johnnie Rose and Miller Steven, 13, said the foundation, which is slated to have its first benefit October 11, is aimed at researching ‘alternatives to get off of this track of pharmaceuticals for pain.’
“Speaking Maori in school was forbidden and if caught doing so, our punishment was to spend an extra hour in the school pineapple patch after school. When eventually we made it home, we would feed pigs, shift the horses and maybe work again in our family plantation.
Today, September 1, with the release of Our Moment of Choice: Evolutionary Visions and Hope for the Future, a book containing the visions of 43 evolutionary leaders, we have tools, resources, and a blueprint for transformation to help us build the future we envision. This one remarkable book covers the entire big picture of what is […]
“We all know that slavery is definitely an appalling part of our nation’s history, but we have to be the repairers of the breach. We have to bring restoration, we have to move forward,” Latasha Fields, co-pastor of Our Report Ministries & Publications, said Saturday.