Monthly Archives: January, 2023

Amber Heard Settles Defamation Suit With Johnny Depp

The lengthy and extremely public legal battle between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has ended, with Heard announcing on her Instagram account that she had...

New Year, New YA: 9 Young Adult Books About Fresh

This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. January is a great...

Oceans Break Heat Record for Fourth Year in a Row

Oceans hit their warmest levels on record for the fourth consecutive year in 2022, according to a new report by two dozen scientists. Previous...

Howard Gordon on Accused, Rediscovering Human Vulnerability, and Moving People

Fox is putting a lot of faith in Accused, and it's no wonder after 24, with Howard Gordon at the helm, put...

Selena Gomez Is Reportedly ‘Optimistic’ About Dating In The New

Heading into 2023, Selena Gomez is reportedly feeling very “optimistic” about a potential blossoming of her love life in the new year. A source...

iPhone 15 Pro to Feature A17 Bionic SoC, USB Type-C

iPhone 15 Pro — the purported successor to the iPhone 14 Pro — will be equipped with 8GB of RAM and a USB Type-C...

Iggy Pop on the Grammys: “I hate those people”

Iggy Pop had to be persuaded to accept a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2020 Grammys, telling Classic Rock magazine, “I hate those people.”...

‘The Fabelmans’ Makes Bad Spielberg Movies More Interesting

A lot was made of the very last moment in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, where Indy’s long-lost son, Mutt...

Dark Psychological Fairy Tale is Reese’s January Book Club Pick

The House in the Pines by Ana Reyes What's it About? This can’t-put-down thriller follows Maya as she tries to prove once and...

TV Ratings: Fantasy Island and Alert Steady as NFC Wild

It was a down night for most shows on the broadcast networks on Monday, thanks to the NFC Wild Card Playoff game....

Mussel numbers in the river Thames have dropped by up

Populations of native mussels in the river Thames have dropped massively between 1964 and 2020, possibly because of the effects of pollution and invasive...

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