Monthly Archives: <span>July 2017</span>

Roger Federer inspires a global devotion like no other sportsperson

(CNN)It is a global traveling troupe like no other in sport. A patchwork of nationalities, from India, Lebanon, America, on a summer pilgrimage to worship the most successful tennis player in history. But his admirers have taken their devotion to a new level of intensity at this year’s Wimbledon, descending in heavyweight numbers in a Read more »

The Gorgeous ‘Merbabe’ Latte Exists And It’s Making Serious Waves On Instagram

In case you havent already noticed, Im a huge fan of colorful lattes (like, HUGE). Of course, Ill settle for a cup of black coffee any day of the week but Id much rather my morning fixbe pink, blue and sparkly. Thats why I was so freakin obsessed with the Unicorn Latte when it came Read more »

Ten alternative facts for the post truth world

From Nineteen Eighty-Four and Malcolm Tucker to Vote Leave and Donald Trump playing fast and loose with the truth has moved from fiction to real life A word on definition: post truth is emphatically not the same as lies, spin and falsehood. What is new is not mendacity but the publics response to it the Read more »

How Moonlight Looks Out For The Humanity In Us

After over-extending our welcome at Angelika Theater, we two friends and I find our respective subway stations and carry ourselves home, shredding the people we were before, remembering who we used to be, and hoping for more moments of tenderness, of softness, on screen and in our own lives. We have just seen Moonlight; we Read more »

Romelu Lukaku sets Everton record in three-goal romp over West Brom

Everton made light work of West Brom as Romelu Lukaku set a club record of 19 for Premier League goals in a season when making it 3-0 in the 82nd minute While the battle for seventh seems resolved, a skirmish for sixth is gaining intrigue. Everton are now seven points ahead of West Bromwich Albion Read more »

Ravi Shankar opera to get posthumous world premiere

Sukanya, a Hindu tale named after the sitar greats wife and completed by their daughter Anoushka, will be semi-staged at Leicesters Curve with the LPO The world premiere of Ravi Shankars only opera will be presented next May in a production at Leicesters Curve theatre. The world-famous musician, first to bring Indian music to a Read more »

Here’s What People Are Saying About The New ‘Harry Potter’ Play

Be still, “Harry Potter” nerds. You might not be in London to take in J.K. Rowling’s new play “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” (written by Jack Thorne and directed by John Tiffany), but thanks to the internet, you can get a taste of what a grown-up saga about Harry, Hermione and Ron looks like. Read more »

Emanuele Giaccherini and Graziano Pell seal Italy win over Belgium

Stunning goals from Emanuele Giaccherini and Graziano Pell gave Italy a 2-0 victory over Belgium in their Euro 2016 Group E match at Stade de Lyon Ridiculed and vilified before a ball had been kicked; resolute and victorious once the games begin. Italy, we have been here before. The Azzurri achieved what many back home Read more »

High notes: The world’s most beautiful concert halls

(CNN)There’s an alchemy to designing the perfect concert hall. JUST WATCHED Replay More Videos … MUST WATCH The world’s most beautiful places to pray No wonder then these delicate buildings often turn into architectural nightmares that run over-budget, over-schedule and under-perform. But controversy aside, these concert halls hit the high notes. Check out The Spaces Read more »

The strangest, sickest and scariest midnight movies ever

Depraved new shocker The Greasy Strangler recalls a tradition of late night cult favorites, full of severed limbs, psychedelia and fecal matter The Greasy Strangler hits the big screen this week and is a strange, grisly homage to cult films and to the midnight moviegoing tradition. From the mad, the bad and the weird, the Read more »