Actress and activist Rose McGowan, who was among the first to publicly accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault, will star in her own documentary series to premiere on E! this monthCitizen Rose will follow McGowan, now a prominent face and voice in the movement to end sexual misconduct in Hollywood and beyond.
The show premieres in conjunction with McGowan’s memoir Brave, which is set to release on Jan. 30. After the premiere, the remaining four episodes will air in spring.
Within a week of the first breaking Weinstein news, McGowan’s Twitter account was suspended, drawing uproar from her supporters (Twitter explained why in a statement). She remained at the forefront of the #MeToo movement after her suspension and rallied her supporters into #ROSEARMY and a full feminist revolution. Read more…
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WOW Air is offering a great, last-minute Christmas sale on end-of-the-year flights.
Until 7 p.m. ET Saturday, travelers can book roundtrip flights to 38 destinations for 50 percent off. The Icelandic airline flies all over Europe (and Canada) from many American cities, including Boston, New York, Chicago, Cleveland, and San Francisco.
The JLab Audio Epic Air Wireless follows the trend we’ve been seeing, a pair of Bluetooth earbuds that are independent …
It’s been four years since Apple launched the original iPad Air and the tablet is still available for purchase in many markets. The tablet was subject to many promotional offers over the years, as new iPad models hit the shelves.
Although the tablet market seems to be declining, Apple’s iPads continue to sell well enough to justify the launch of new slates. In any case, if you’re looking for a cheap iPad, you can now buy the original iPad Air for just $267 at Amazon.
The tablet sells for at least $350, but Amazon has it listed at $370+, so you’ll probably …
An Air France flight en route from Paris to Los Angeles made an emergency landing in Goose Bay, Canada after its engine blew out over the Atlantic Ocean Saturday.
The Airbus A380 left Charles de Gaulle Airport Saturday morning and landed around 1:40 p.m. in Canada, CBC reported.
The plane landed safely, but part of its engine cowling was missing and it scattered debris across the runway.
Fire crews arrived to help, but didn’t need to do much apart from clean up the debris.
Passengers on the flight and others watching the landing observed that the plane definitely looked “broken.” Read more…
Add another news blooper to the “best of” list!
BBC’s Tom Donkin unfortunately had a hard time finding the right camera and on-set location to deliver some world news on Saturday. The newscaster was caught on television rushing from one side of the desk to another in an attempt to find the camera and deliver stories about Hurricane Irma—a hurricane which is no joke, despite how funny his scramble may have been.
The Apple iPad 4 was launched back in 2012. It was the first of Apple’s iOS powered slabs to employ the company’s proprietary Lightning port. At the time, it also was a major improvement with double the processing and graphics power compared to the previous model. With inventories of the iPad 4 basically non-existent, Apple doesn’t have any more units lying around to replace any busted models.
But don’t fret. If you qualify for a replacement slab, Apple will be more than happy to send you 2014’s Apple iPad Air 2 instead. An internal memo from Apple that was leaked reads, “Starting March …
Ridhima Pandey is living proof that no one’s too young to fight climate change.
The nine-year-old girl recently filed a legal case against the Indian government for failing to curb greenhouse gas emissions from factories, vehicles, and agriculture. The petition accuses officials of neglecting their duty to protect Indians young and old from environmental harm.
“My government has failed to take steps to regulate and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, which are causing extreme climate conditions,” Pandey said in a recent statement. “This will impact both me and future generations.”