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Blake Lively Wears Red Hair With Pin-Up Bangs on the Set of Her New Movie

Blake Lively is nothing if not committed to switching up her beauty looks for a movie role. The latest example comes courtesy of her upcoming project The Rhythm Section, which is currently filming. In it, she plays Stephanie Patrick, a woman who loses her family in a plane crash—and when she finds out that the […]

Obama-era Pentagon official knocks Trump for golfing during Hawaii false alarm

Patrick Granfield, a former Defense Department official under President Obama, attacked President Trump on Twitter after the Hawaii missile attack false alarm.  (Fox News / Associated Press) Hawaii’s botched missile alert Saturday gave a former Obama administration official an opportunity to tee off on President Donald Trump — even though the false alarm was a […]

This Photo Is Proof That Reese Witherspoon and Emilia Clarke Could Be Sisters

In a cross-over universe we never dreamed would exist, it appears that Elle Woods and Khaleesi, Mother of Dragons, are actually sisters—if not downright twins. The two (OK, fine, the actresses that play them) posed for a picture together on the red carpet of the Annual Critics Choice Awards on Thursday, and it’s actual perfection. […]

Exertis expand its wireless portfolio with latest innovation from Airangel

Airangel’s Captivnet platform now available from Exertis Warrington: 12th January 2018 – Airangel has signed an agreement with Exertis, leading distributor of technology products for the B2B, mobile, and retail markets. The agreement will see the addition of Captivnet, Airangel’s latest cloud-based, guest WiFi solution, which includes location based services, advanced customer engagement tools, and […]

John Tunney, ex-US senator from California, dies at 83

Former U.S. Sen. John Tunney, left, accompanies Patrick Kennedy on a pier in Hyannis Port, Mass., in July 2011. Tunney died at age 83 on Jan. 12, 2018.  (Associated Press) LOS ANGELES –  John V. Tunney, whose successful campaign for a California seat in the U.S. Senate became the basis for the 1972 Robert Redford […]

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Season Two Looks Straight-Up Horrifying

When Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale first premiered, in the shadow of Donald Trump’s election, the show felt unsettlingly prescient. For many it felt like a well-timed answer to an administration determined to police women’s bodies. But now, as the Time’s Up reckoning sweeps every industry and all corners of the world, The Handmaid’s Tale is […]

Aareon Opens New Office Suite In Southampton Science Park

Aareon UK (www.aareon.co.uk) has opened a new office suite, in Southampton Science Park. The new location, 5 Benham Campus in Chilworth, is now one of three Aareon UK offices. The move cements Aareon UK’s operational merger with Science Park success story 1st Touch, the established leader in the supply of mobile and digital workforce software […]

Are #NeverTrumpers being consumed by their own fiery denunciations?

Time magazine’s new cover, showing Donald Trump’s yellowish hair on fire in a cartoonish blaze, symbolizes how the media view the president as a hot mess. But some of the president’s fiercest critics on the right are starting to recognize how their side’s animosity is burning out of control. The relentless negativity of the #NeverTrumpers […]

Critics’ Choice Awards 2018: The Biggest Moments

Awards season continued on Thursday night (January 11) with the 2018 Critics’ Choice Awards, which, like the Golden Globes, honors the best performances of the year from both film and television. Unlike the Globes, however, this awards show felt very business as usual—which was disappointing. There was such a powerful energy at the Globes just […]