Super loyal fans of “Pretty Little Liars” were not happy when the news broke that the mystery series would be coming to an end in 2017.
Nearly 120 years after Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi called it his “most beautiful work”, ageing musicians still play out their days at his Casa Verdi retirement home. Piano music resonates down the corridors of the sumptuous Milan palazzo, while a singer performs in the vast main room for dozens of pensioners, who were once professional musicians themselves.
Actress Katherine Heigl has been cast as the female lead in the comedy pilot “Our House.” The show centres around a devoted mom and dad, who are committed to raising their children with the love and support the mom never got as a child, but discover how difficult that is with her insane parents and siblings back in the picture, reports variety.com. Heigl will play Bridget, who tries her best to be a laid-back,
Delta Goodrem is hopelessly devoted to Olivia Newton-John.
Immigrant faces captured in life-sized portraits by artist Betsy Ashton look the viewer straight in the eye, as if eager to tell their stories of leaving home to brave new struggles in a strange land.
Bring a hankie to the new movie version of Disney’s flying elephant tale “Dumbo” because it may be a little dark for some people.
Brazil: Maison Alexandrine introduces your new Resort collection, which amounts creations of designers Rapha Mendonça and Nuno Velez. Besides the designs of its in-house designers, responsible for Alexandrine Haute Couture – all pieces of Alexandrines Resort 19’ collection
“Game of Thrones” actress Emilia Clarke revealed Thursday that she has had two life-threatening aneurysms, and two brain surgeries, since the show began. An unknown actress before landing the role, Clarke had just finished filming her first season as Daenerys Targaryen, the “Mother of Dragons,” on the HBO fantasy series when she had the first aneurysm in 2011 at age 24 while working out at a London gym.
Pop superstar Ariana Grande’s smash hit “7 Rings” continues to dominate the US charts — but the late composers Rodgers and Hammerstein are reaping the vast majority of royalties, according to The New York Times.
DUBAI: Student designers from the College of Fashion and Design in Dubai joined modest-wear designers from over a dozen countries for the second edition of Dubai Modest Fashion Week, held at the Emerald Palace, Kempinsky Palm Jumeirah recently. The modest fashion movement is predicted to rake in US$250 billion (AED918bn) in sales by 2020. The “CFD Student Collection”