Museum Visitors Write Anonymous 'Fortunes' in Cookies For Strangers
The Museum of Food and Drink's "Project Fortune" lets people submit wise words in fortune cookies for strangers to open.
Nirvana's 'Nevermind' Turns 25
On Sept. 24, 1991, Nirvana released their mind-blowing sophomore album, “Nevermind.” The album was also their major-label debut as the band shifted over to DGC records in part because it was also the home of Sonic Youth. It’s strange to think that the time since Nirvana released “Nevermind,” is one
Bono Hid in a Cafe during the Nice Terror Attack
Who are now you are. Warm round archer. I found out for the skinny and these are actually with the kind of serious story. We get a celebrities harrowing tale of just barely escaping last week's terror attack in France yet we're talking about Rihanna was there in these but also we're learning that
Netflix and iTunes: What's New in June
A new month means new titles on Netflix . " Orange is the New Black " fans should mark June 17 on their calendars, as season four drops then, and those who loved the "Jurassic Park" films are in luck, too: the original, "The Lost World," and "Jurassic Park III" all hit the streaming service on the
Taylor Swift Wins Big at iHeartRadio Music Awards, Thanks Boyfriend Calvin Harris
It was a good night for Taylor Swift and her pals at the iHeartRadio Music Awards in Los Angeles. Swift won three awards, including "Album of the Year" for her hit record "1989" and "Female Artist of the Year." She was also recognized with the "Best Tour" award. The "Shake it Off" singer used the
Geno Auriemma: Having to defend success 'makes no sense'
STORRS, Conn. -- Sixteen days before Boston Globe sports columnist Dan Shaughnessy Twitter-bombed the UConn women's basketball team, he laid out a far more detailed criticism of its unprecedented success. "It's just tough on the eyes for me," Shaughnessy said in an Outside the Lines interview.
'GMA' Hot List: Bono Live From Refugee Camp
The U2 frontman shines a spotlight on the plight of refugees and "GMA" goes behind-the-scenes with Nyle Dimarco.
Exclusive: Bono Speaks Out on Solving the Refugee Crisis
U2 frontman Bono is using his spotlight to shine a light on the plight of refugees , calling the refugee crisis a "global problem." "We now know that what goes on in the Middle East or North Africa this year will spill onto the streets of Paris or Brussels next year and, God forbid, onto the
Bono Appears Live on 'GMA' From Refugee Camp in Jordan
The U2 frontman opens up about his visits to refugee camps in Jordan and Kenya, and reveals why addressing the global refugee crisis is so important.