The National Basketball Association announced Tuesday that there are no games scheduled for Nov. 8 in an effort to encourage fans to vote in the 2022 midterms.
Residents of a small town in western Michigan helped raise almost $100,000 for their local library after it was defunded over the inclusion of LGBTQ books. Primary voters in Jamestown Township, a community 20 miles east of Lake Michigan, rejected a proposal last week to renew tax funds to support the Patmos Library in nearby Hudsonville that serves Jamestown and the surrounding area. The rejection, which passed with nearly two-thirds voter approval, eliminates 84% of the public library’s annual budget, or $245,000.
“The Flash” star Ezra Miller says they are seeking treatment for “complex mental health issues.” In a statement provided to Variety by a representative of the actor, Miller broke their silence about the troubling behavior that they have exhibited in recent years, which has led to a series of legal issues and assault and abuse allegations. Miller also apologized for their actions.
Howard told Insider reports about a pay gap for 2018's "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" were inaccurate but Pratt pushed for equal pay in other areas. The "Jurassic World" star Bryce Dallas Howard exclusively told Insider that she was paid "so much less" than her costar Chris Pratt for the movie franchise than reports initially indicated.
Sir David Attenborough is set to host a new nature series for the BBC tentatively titled “Wild Isles.” The five-part series will introduce viewers to fauna and flora across Britain and Ireland, focusing on four main areas: woodlands, grasslands, freshwater and marine.
Throughout the series finale of AMC’s “Better Call Saul,” our deeply flawed, often immoral and occasionally sympathetic protagonist keeps asking figures from his past what they’d do if they had a time machine. First, it’s Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks), who rues the day he first took a bribe and began down the path that led him to become an entirely different man.
Better Call Saul didn’t seem like such a great idea at first. Did we really need a whole spinoff for the crooked lawyer Bob Odenkirk played on Breaking Bad? Was series creator Vince Gilligan beating a dead horse in the New Mexico desert? Smash-cut to the present—the memory of that skepticism is as foggy as Saul Goodman’s moral code. Today, it’s almost become a cliché to suggest that Saul might actually be better than Breaking Bad.
George R.R. Martin had a cold—but he was still breathing fire. The creator of the Game of Thrones universe found himself sidelined from the gala premiere of GoT’s new prequel series, House of the Dragon, when he came down with COVID the day before. The day after, however, he rallied to do this joint interview with Ryan J. Condal—his handpicked cocreator for the new prequel series that’s set roughly two centuries before the brutal history viewers saw unfold in the 2011–2019 HBO show.
Martha Stewart has responded to viral memes suggesting a budding relationship between her and Kim Kardashian’s ex, Pete Davidson. Despite being snapped holding hands with the former “Saturday Night Live” star at the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner in April, the 81-year-old said she’s not about to become Davidson’s next love interest.