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Conservationists battling illicit global trade in endangered species say at least 25,000 African elephants were slaughtered last year by criminal gangs eager to market the lucrative ivory from their tusks. The poachers' take has risen to alarming levels...
Tags: Consumers, Malaysia, Marketing, Celebrities, Wildlife
Rihanna got a bloody knee during a tussle at a London club when a reveler allegedly threw a bottle in her direction. The "Stay" singer was in town to debut her River Island collection during London Fashion Week. Her show, which featured RiRi-inspired...
One of Helen Mirren's four-legged co-stars in the new play "The Audience" apparently has been fired after it failed to obey the actress' royal commands in her role as Queen Elizabeth II. Britain's Telegraph reported that a female corgi by the name of...
Tags: Entertainment, Theater, Helen Mirren, Peter Morgan, Elizabeth II
Staff WriterOne of the Valley’s most famous and oldest eateries will be able to continue to serve its special quesadillas to locals, international visitors and even royalty following fears that it would have to close following a law change. Established in...
The former Kate Middleton was criticized by author Hilary Mantel earlier this month, but the novelist's comments didn't deter the Duchess of Cambridge from making a second official public appearance since confirming her pregnancy. Hitting a London...
During the Edwardian era in England, one of the most popular status symbols among rich women was an ostrich-feather fan. To make one, manufacturers had to run dozens of dull, drab, gray feathers through a lengthy cleansing and fluffing process to make...
In an effort to distinguish himself from his six comeptitors in the race for the GOP nomination for lieutenant governor Pete Snyder is embarking on what his campaign calls a "rock n' roll tour style" campaign swing through the state. As part of the...
If your bucket list includes traipsing through Voltaire's private library or visiting the Vatican after hours, Kensington Tours' new Elite Collection offers a chance to get beyond the standard tourist experience. "Creating extraordinary experiences,...
Tags: Travel, Ernest Hemingway, Italy, Kensington, Libraries
Helen Mirren's big return to the role of Queen Elizabeth II in the new play "The Audience," by Peter Morgan, now will be a global event. Fans around the world will be able to experience the London stage production when it is broadcast to cinemas this...
LONDON (Reuters) - One of Britain's most celebrated authors has launched a withering attack on the Duchess of Cambridge, the pregnant wife of Prince William, branding her a "shop-window mannequin" with a plastic smile whose only role in life is to breed....
Prince Harry is heading back to the United States, but this time Las Vegas doesn't seem to be on the itinerary. His visit last summer made headlines not for any charity work, as he might this time, but for nude photos that were taken during an alleged...
AMMAN, Jordan -- A tribal council long allied with the Jordanian monarchy has labeled King Abdullah II a Zionist agent because of comments he made in an interview with the Atlantic magazine. “You practiced the role of agent for the forces of...
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