Photographers boycott Roses gigs over contract row

June 28, 2012

Photographers will boycott this weekend's Stone Roses reunion concerts in Heaton Park, Manchester this weekend over a dispute related to the use of the band's image. The photographers that were meant to cover the gigs continue to claim that a contract issued directly by the band is completely unfair as it ...

Jimmy Carr tax affairs deemed morally wrong by Cameron

June 21, 2012

Prime Minister David Cameron has branded the tax arrangements of the famous comedian Jimmy Carr as being "morally wrong". The PM made the comment as he appeared on ITV News in the wake of reports that Carr has been understood to be one of the members of a legal yet aggressive ...

Goodfellas gangster Henry Hill passes away aged 69

June 14, 2012

Henry Hill, an ex-gangster-turned-FBI informant who had his life become the basis for the 1990 Martin Scorsese film Goodfellas, passed away in Los Angeles at the age of 69 yesterday. Hill's partner and manager, Ms Lisa Caserta, didn't give any specific cause for the death but did add that years of ...

Remains of Shakespeare Curtain Theatre found

June 7, 2012

Archaeologists have managed to discover the remains of one of the Elizabethan theatres where some of the earlier plays by William Shakespeare were performed to the public for the first time ever. The Curtain Theatre's remains were discovered behind a pub located in Shoreditch, east London during regeneration work. The venue, ...