Sam Smith Postpones, Renames Upcoming Album

Sam Smith has postponed the released date and changed the title of their upcoming album. “Firstly I want to send love and strength to everyone who has been affected by this situation,” Smith said in a note on Instagram. “I

WHO director faces calls from US to resign over China virus response

World Health Organization director, Dr Tedros, faces calls to resign for ‘deceiving the world by allowing China to cover up true impact of coronavirus’ US politicians call for resignation of WHO head, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus  World Health Organization boss partly

LeBron’s classic: UConn stars vs. Summitt’s Vols

Graham Hays covers college sports for espnW, including softball and soccer. Hays began with ESPN in 1999. South Carolina coach Dawn Staley believed her program would have celebrated a national championship Sunday night, had this season’s NCAA tournament proceeded as

Duran Duran’s John Taylor reveals coronavirus recovery

Duran Duran bassist John Taylor took to Facebook on Sunday (April 5) to reveal that he had tested positive for coronavirus, and is currently on the mend. Taylor was diagnosed with COVID-19 “three weeks ago,” and has been self-quarantining as

The truth about the Tiger King spin-off series

If you haven’t watched Netflix’s sudden docuseries hit Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, what have you been doing with your time? Released in March 2020, the story follows Joe “Exotic” Schreibvogel, the owner of an exotic animal park in Oklahoma

York adopted self-isolation to combat plague in 1604

Self-isolation and contactless deliveries are nothing new: Britons adopted similar measures to help prevent the spread of plague in York during the 17th century, stone inscription reveals Plague struck the city of York in the year 1604, forcing measures in response Afflicted city-folk