Sarah Taryam, Arts EditorWith pop stars come pop fans, and those fans have the potential to make or break anything that comes in their way. This week we are taking a look at fan armies of music stars and how they are becoming out of control.
It has been a little over a year since the global pandemic began. With most entertainment awards being cancelled or postponed, the 63rd Grammy Awards went ahead on Sunday
The singer supports the body neutrality movement, an idea that people don’t need to praise their bodies or focus on how they look, and wants people to stop judging other people’s bodies or scrutinising their own.
The world has been shocked by the revelations about Britney Spears released over the last week. We take a look at what the pop singer had to say about her conservatorship when she had her day in court.
It is the time for the UN, European Union and the neighbouring countries to offer quick assistance to the survivors who had lost their property and close family members in the tragic event.
The United Supreme Court has on Thursday delivered a controversial 6-3 verdict overturning a 1913 New York law restricting the carrying of handguns in public, saying that it is part of the Second Amendment to the US Constitution, forming the basis of fundamental rights. The Second Amendment ratified
Six years ago I made a terrible, terrible mistake. I voted Leave. I thought Brexit would work, or at least could work and create the conditions to build a more competitive economy, and therefore a more prosperous one. I’d been watching the 2016 Euros and drew inspiration from them. Every team had
At one point in Al Gore’s seminal 2006 film “An Inconvenient Truth,” the former vice president laments that his tobacco-farming parents didn’t stop raising tobacco until after their beloved daughter Nancy died of lung cancer in Tennessee. “It’s just human nature to take time to connect the dots,” Gore says