Manners maketh man. It's an old saying you may be familiar with and one way of being polite is using the word, please. But in its original meaning please suggests a power balance and was a way to appease someone of authority. With that in mind, is it the magic word?
Heart-breaking announcement by the creators of cop comedy show Brooklyn Nine-Nine in February 2021 for ending the show with Season 8 on NBC, appear to fans as an extended support for the BLM movement.
A scene from the comedy show Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Source: Twitter/@nbcbrooklyn99
"The way I see it, if this is to be our last ride then let us go out in a blaze of glory,” the show took to twitter sharing a letter from the producer and co-creator Dan Goor.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine will drop it's last season in the later half of 2021, according to NBC.
The team scrapped the script of the first four episodes as series star and co-producer Andy Samberg told People," We're taking a step back, and the writers are all r
?️Angry? ?️Ironic? ?️nothing to say? why is a simple smiling face interpreted into such a complex emotion?
This explainer analyzes facial muscles to see why the smiling face is not friendly at all.
Silently sitting in Mariah Carey’s penthouse, Marilyn Monroe’s white piano is locked away from the world. Sold at a private Christie’s auction in 1999, it is unclear if the public will ever be able to view it again. Is the sale of personal memorabilia threatening the loss of parts of music and film history?
However, It’s positive news for auction houses. The popularity of film and music memorabilia has steadily increased over the last decade. Christina Moriame from Ewbank Auction house believes its due to “more activities and awareness of sales in this specialism, marketing and being able to be pushed by valuers” another significant point is that “items are becoming older thus more collectible” she added.
Auction houses are now cashing in, generating profits b
LATEST UPDATE: “Customers are advised that stations will be incredibly busy”
From tomorrow onwards, there will be several reductions on Southern Rail services, as well as those on London underground and overground which are expected to be busier due to the strike.
From 13-16 December, passengers will experience "no Southern Rail service" and were told to expect decreased train services on the Circle and Hammersmith, City, and Piccadilly lines. The company has advised passengers to avoid travelling at peak times and pan journeys in advanced.
During the first three days of the strikes, passengers have experienced massive and according to BBC report, only 50% of the Southern services were available for service.
Southern has reported that the former planned date for the strike on
The historical Andrew’s Café located in Gray’s Inn Road could close in May to make way for an expensive housing development.
Andrew’s Café is one of the oldest in Camden with a history of over 70 years and was established before World War 2. Its current owner, Erdogan Garip, faces eviction after 12 years of hard working live running the café.
The massive development scheme submitted to Camden Council by the property firm Dukelease, a private company owned by a single family, will demolish lovely heritage buildings and destroy a vibrant and active community which will be replaced by 13 new million-pound flats made of glass, metal and concrete. Unfortunately, Andrew’s Café it is only one of many businesses that will be forced out if the planning application for Panther House and 156-
International Make-up artist Georgina Graham presented The Artist, the new KIKO Milano collection inspired by the world of art in an event at Covent Garden on Saturday.
The Artist collection is an explosion of colour created to mix and experiment with colours that allow you to paint endless beautiful looks. “I think summer 2016 is going to be about experimenting with all colours. Its not one colour, it’s the colour that makes you feel happy”, said Georgina Graham during the event.
The eyes come to the forefront with the eyeliner’s adjustable stroke and the high pigment eye shadows ensuring a long lasting effect and the lips are lit up by brightly –coloured lipstick.
As if she was painting in a canvas, Graham created three different masterpieces over various types of skin
Next year’s edition of the Brit Awards will see more black and ethnic representation, Brits chairman Ged Doherty has said.
Last week’s event received widespread criticism for failing to give black music its due recognition and for ignoring the achievements of black artists. The controversy even led to creation of the Oscar-style hashtag #BritsSoWhite, which was soon trending on social media.
Great to chat to @Trelowe & @bignarstie about #BritsSoWhite on @5_News To.... https://t.co/Hpn7CllkU3 pic.twitter.com/peSTMgwgkr
— Matt Barbet (@MattBarbet) 24 February 2016
Responding to the controversy, Doherty has written an open letter to the Guardian, in which he has promised to change the makeup of the 1,100-strong voting academy. At present, he suspects “ it is largely white an
Multi-award winning duo Ant and Dec have received their 15th nomination for the Royal Television Society’s Programme Awards, it was announced today by RTS at the Hospital Club. The pair have already bagged 7 RTS Awards in the past.
Nominated in the Entertainment Performance category for their body of work in 2015, the Geordie duo is pitted against Jack Whitehouse, a panellist on A league of Their Own, and The Last Leg’s Adam Hills.
@antanddec have been nominated for a RTS award, for the 15th time in a row!!
— SNT News (@SNT_news) March 3, 2016
In the acting categories, Claire Foy has been nominated for Best Actress for her role in BBC Two’s Wolf Hall. On the other side, nominees in the Best Actor category include Adam Long for BBC Three’s factual drama Don't Take My Baby, Ant
"Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" is the eight part in Harry Potter series and will premiere in London for the first time 7th June 2016.
The play is the first Harry Potter play to be seen on stage and will be based on the original new story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne and Jack Tiffany "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child". It will premiere in Palace Theatre this summer and will tell the tale of Harry Potter nineteen years later. The play will be shown in parts 1 & 2 over two days.
The cast of the play have been named with Jamie Parker, Noma Dumezweni and Paul Thornley taking the leads as Harry, Hermione and Ron. It will be directed by Olivier and Tony award winner John Tiffany.
The tickets can be pre-booked now and prices range from £30-130. The first