Times Celebs Were Awkward, Controversial

Celebs are always good for some awkwardness or controversy. If you’re like me, you consume a lot of celeb news that involves celebs being awkward, controversial, or both. Well, welcome to a new BuzzFeed series, where I brief you on all the times celebs did just that each week. Let’s get into it: 1. Shakira … Read more

Abstract paintings of Richard Andres emerges from obscurity in fascinating show at WOLFS in Beachwood

BEACHWOOD, Ohio — A posthumous and partial retrospective exhibition at WOLFS gallery on the impressive abstract paintings of the late Cleveland-area artist Richard Andres from 1950 to 1975 is a bittersweet revelation. The revelation is that Andres, (1927-2013) who has been overlooked for decades, became a very strong artist in Northeast Ohio after World War … Read more

Alan Grant obituary | comics and graphic novels

When the comic book writer Alan Grant, who has died aged 73, was at school in Scotland in the 1950s, he was regularly beaten by his teachers for being left-handed, and frequently excluded for rebellious behavior. So it is perhaps surprising that he went on to write celebrated runs of the adventures of two of … Read more

The 3 Zodiac Signs Who Are The Luckiest In Love, August 1 – 7, 2022

During the week of August 1 through August 7, 2022, we will hold in our hands the idea of ​​working towards a goal in love. We have everything we need and as the week progresses, we will start to see that if love is truly what we want, then love is exactly what we’ll get. … Read more

How Moderna dialed-in its vaccine to fight COVID’s variants

The national news cycle may have largely moved on from coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic — despite, as of this writing, infections being on the rise and more than 300 deaths tallied daily from the disease. But that certainly doesn’t diminish the unprecedented international response effort and warp speed development of effective vaccines. in The … Read more