Miss Manners: I am distracted by background noise during business calls

Dear Miss Manners: The pandemic has altered life in many ways, perhaps permanently. One change that is grating on my nerves is basic telephone courtesy. With so many of us working from home, it is now common to be on a business call while listening to dogs barking, babies crying or dishes being washed in … Read more

Gracie Abrams Embraced Effortless French Style at the Chanel Show

Once she arrived at the presentation, Abrams then took in Viard’s spring assortment in the front row. She was a big fan of the glitzier evening pieces. “One of the looks I can’t get out of my head is the long silver dress with pink feathers at the bottom,” says Abrams, who also loved the … Read more

TV tonight: seven-year-old Bella tells her reality of being made homeless | Television

Dispatches: Britain’s Evicted Kids 7.30pm, Channel 4 Sheridan Smith narrates this infuriating but increasingly common story about three young sisters – Nylah, Macie and Bella – who are made homeless after their family are evicted from their Birmingham flat. The film follows them over six months as they move from place to place while looking … Read more

Slows Down But Creates This EPIC Record Though!

Brahmastra Box Office Day 28 Updates! ( Photo Credit – Still from Rasiya – Brahmāstra ) Brahmastra has slowed down in Week 4 with collections coming down to lakhs during the weekdays. The weekdays brought in around 2.50 crores* more though at least a crore more was expected due to the Dussehra holiday in between … Read more

Why Rick and Morty Seems to Attract the Most Toxic Fans

Rick and Morty is a delightful, innovative show. But it has a problem — it’s fans. For some reason, this animated show attracts the worst of the worst of fans both on and offline. There are many hard and solid facts to back up this statement. But first, let’s just say: #NotAllFans. Certainly, not everyone … Read more

Roxy Music’s Andy Mackay on 50 years of creating the most thrilling, outlandish and daring pop ever conceived

ANDY MACKAY describes himself as one of the “shy, slightly bookish people” who formed Roxy Music. In 1971, the saxophonist was among a bunch of hip art school types bent on pursuing their rock ’n’ roll dreams.  11 Bryan Ferry and the band dressed in exotic clothes — leopard-skin prints, brightly coloured satins, even ostrich … Read more

Max Thieriot is an inmate firefighter in ‘Fire Country’ on CBS

Max Thieriot moved with his “SEAL Team” co-stars to Paramount+ for the series sixth season — and he’s back on CBS starring in “Fire Country,” a new drama premiering Friday (Oct. 7) at 9 p.m. Thieriot, who’s also a series co-producer and co-writer, plays Bode Donovan, who’s doing time in a Northern California prison (Lompoc) … Read more

Niecy Nash And Wife Reveal Comic Reason For Matching Tattoos Of Another Woman’s Name

Actor Niecy Nash and her wife, singer Jessica Betts, have a permanent reminder of a humorous misunderstanding. During a joint appearance on “The Tamron Hall Show” on Tuesday, the “Reno 911!” star explained why each of them have “Cora” tattooed on their bodies, despite it not being either’s name — and the bizarre story behind … Read more

Kanye West tells ex Kim Kardashian that he would ‘rather go to jail’ than wear orange jumpsuit

Kanye West tells ex Kim Kardashian he would ‘rather go to jail’ than wear the orange jumpsuit she wore in Milan By Deirdre Simonds and Brian Gallagher For Dailymail.com Published: 19:10 EDT, 6 October 2022 | Updated: 19:21 EDT, 6 October 2022 Kanye West told his estranged wife Kim Kardashian that he would ‘rather go … Read more

Republican leaders brush aside report about Herschel Walker allegedly paying for abortion

The crispest quote of the modern political era was written in 2018 by a man named Frank Wilhoit. Not the late political scientist Frank Wilhoit, oddly enough, but another Frank Wilhoit, who is a classical music composer in Ohio. “Conservatism consists of exactly one proposition, to wit,” Wilhoit wrote: “There must be in-groups whom the … Read more