Monday, July 21, 2014
Centenarian jazz musician Lionel Ferbos died Saturday at his home in New Orleans, just days after celebrating his 103rd birthday on July 17 with friends and family in the French Quarter.
The ultimate temptation to overcome vegans and calorie-counters must be Les Halles de Lyon, the covered markets of the French city of Lyon. The devil himself seems to have marshaled every object of gluttony to display in the glassed-over counters.
By the standards of late-night television, the performance is pretty odd.
Sunday, July 20, 2014
One of three red pandas obtained from China's southern Fujian Province made its public debut at the Taipei Zoo Saturday.
messaging app that allows users to send the word “Yo” to friends has discovered newfound fame and fortune.
Allegations of industrial cyber-espionage and mass electronic snooping have been flying hot and heavy between Washington and Beijing recently, but director Michael Mann's upcoming cyber-thriller imagines an American and a Chinese army officer — two former MIT roommates — teaming up to stop a ruthless, profit-driven hacking network.
As former first lady Laura Bush gazed at the elegant knee-length Oscar de la Renta dress and coat she wore to the swearing-in ceremony at her husband's 2005 inauguration, she recalled that white turned out to be the perfect color choice.
Rocker Jon Bon Jovi is part of a Toronto group that has retained a banking firm and submitted paperwork expressing interest in buying the NFL's Buffalo Bills, three people who have reviewed documents regarding the sale process told The Associated Press on Friday.
Seeing “Homeland” lose out on an Emmy best-drama nomination after two consecutive nods was painful, series co-creator Alex Gansa said.
Trent Reznor is in a race with technology, from the way he presents his music to fans on the road to how he approaches his job as chief creative officer at Beats Electronics.