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Late-breaking news from Guatemala City tonight: the Constitutional Court, the highest court in Guatemala (like the US Supreme Court), has annulled the proceedings in the Rios Montt genocide trial from April 19th onward. This means that the concluding phase of the trial has been thrown out, along with the verdict and 80-year prison sentence. It [...]
"Look at me I'm a big girl now" Over a month, after it's scheduled release, Beyonce finally unleashed the tribal-influenced "Grown Woman" track that was featured in her Live For Now Pepsi commercial. The track, co-written by The-Dream and produced by Timbaland, features Beyonce claiming her
Guatemala: Archive of documents from Rios Montt genocide trial, overturned 10 days after guilty verdict
May 9, 2013: A public art project in Guatemala City, one block from the courth where Rios Montt was convicted on May 10. "Si hubo genocidio," the sign reads. "Yes, it was genocide." Photo: Xeni Jardin. As reported last night, the Constitutional Court of Guatemala has effectively tossed out the final phase of the genocide [...]
Curious About Shapes and Colors for iPhone and iPad review: Learn about colors and shapes with everyone's favorite monkey
Curious About Shapes and Colors is Curious George's newest app that helps teach kids about shapes, colors, sorting, tracing, and more. The entire app is narrated and directed by The Man With The Yellow Hat while George cheers you on. $2.99 - Download now
Hi Josh! I thought you're gonna give this one a 4/5 (that's what you said on my post). I do agree with you the technical work is amazing, but thankfully there's also an engaging story and great characters. Glad you like Cumberbatch too, yes he's definitely inspired choice. I heard that's because Abr...
The Sherman brothers work is some of the best know and most revered work in animation powerhouse Disney’s back catalog, and it this was shown on the very day The Slipper and the Rose returned to DVD, with tributes coming from all corners of the entertainment world, as sadly Robert B. Sherman died...
Wonderland consistently pushes the boundaries of fashion, style, music and culture. Published quarterly, the magazine features exclusive photoshoots and interviews with the biggest celebrity names and style icons alongside trendsetting fashion editor als.
At just over 45 minutes, 2005’s “Human After All” was Daft Punk’s shortest album. Its also the only one not to have gone gold. Perhaps in response, the 75-minute “Random Access Memories” is the French electronic act’s longest yet. There’s definitely an epic heft to it, aided by a deep, varied bench of guest talent, from Pharrell Williams (on the rubbery snap-funk of “Get Lucky,” burning up pop radio as you read this) and the Strokes’ Julian Casablancas, to disco kingpins Nile Rodgers and Giorgio Moroder, to Muppets songsmith and ’70s curio Paul Williams, whose soft croak imparts a frail sincerity to “Touch.”
The delicate theatricality of “The Fantasticks” has weathered countless editions worldwide since its off-Broadway premiere in 1960. But Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt’s adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s “Les Romanesques” has perhaps never before enjoyed the elevated insight of the daring transplant irradiating South Coast Repertory.