Kate Mack

18 Apr 19
Footwear News

The photo pinning platform delivers the highest average order values from mobile devices for large fashion retailers, according to a new study.

18 Apr 19
Random Thoughts

The Adani coal mine has become a key issue for voters. Wes Mountain/The Conversation, CC BY-ND Nick Economou, Monash University; Chris Aulich, University of Canberra; Ian Cook, Murdoch University; Maxine Newlands, James Cook University; Richard Eccleston, University of Tasmania, and Rob Manwaring, Flinders University Our “state of the states” series takes stock of the key […]

17 Apr 19
THE INTOWN REPORT

INTOWN REPORT for 4/18/19 – 4/24/19 THURSDAY, 4/18 Alex’s – Heroes, Brainstory, Bobby Blunders, + Aolani K. Bootleg – Luka Kloser, Alex Andre, Coco Columbia, + The Breathing Effect Catch One – 2Mex, Ceschi & Factor, + AWOL One Cinema Bar – Diesel Boots, + Rob Faucette & the C-Words Echo – Madd, + Tidal […]

17 Apr 19
JPM Comics and Games

AGE OF X-MAN AMAZING NIGHTCRAWLER #3 (OF 5) AGE OF X-MAN NEXTGEN #3 (OF 5) AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #16 2ND PTG OTTLEY VAR AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #17 2ND PTG RAMOS VAR AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #19.HU AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #252 FACSIMILE EDITION ANGEL #0 ANGEL #0 ONE PER STORE VAR AQUAMAN #47 AQUAMAN #47 VAR ED ASSASSIN NATION #2 (MR) […]

16 Apr 19
Graphic Policy

Check out this week’s new releases as provided by Previews. As always, check with your local shop as to the availability of items. Highlights for the week include Assassin Nation #2, East of West #42, Gideon Falls #12, Little Bird #2, BPRD: Devil You Know #15, Calamity Kate #2, Neil Gaiman’s American Gods: Moment of […]

15 Apr 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

While stepmother Melania Trump caused a commotion — and sparked accusations of glorifying colonialism — with the outfits she wore during her trip to Africa last fall, Ivanka Trump is steering clear of pith helmets and Out of Africa-esque ensembles. Want daily pop culture news delivered to your inbox? Sign up here for Yahoo’s newsletter. 26 PHOTOS Ivanka Trump’s many outfits in Ethiopia See Gallery ADDIS […]

14 Apr 19
Growing Appeal Of Celebrity Baby Styles

When I was younger, I might invest the whole day at the swimming pool, beach or lake. We never had a swimming pool but I invested a heap of time at neighborhood pools. At the end of the day, I had soaked fingers, tan cheeks and a red nose, freckled by the sun. In memory […]

14 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
CORONATION Street has had its fair share of epic car crash storylines –  seeing key cast members  killed off. But the soap’s backstage “car crash” hasn’t been dreamt up by writers. An insider on Corrie said: It’s chaos backstage as the filming schedules to keep up with six episodes a week have been putting everyone under huge pressure’ I can reveal there is mutiny growing behind the scenes of the ITV soap as disgruntled staff desperately try to squeeze out six episodes a week under stressful conditions. Bosses may even bring in an outside consultant to fix the problems the extra show has caused on  thecobbles. An insider said: “It’s chaos backstage as the filming schedules to keep up with six episodes a week have been putting everyone under huge pressure. Lots of people are stressed and very unhappy. “The crew are even referring to Corrie as the Titanic as they fear they are all going down with the ship. Toyah Battersby (Georgia Taylor) was brought back to the show to help fill airtime “Different departments have been called in individually to ask how the system can be improved and people are relieved they are finally being listened to.” In  2017, the soap announced its decision to go from five to six episodes a week. It was met with uproar from the cast and crew. They complained the show would be too short-staffed to cope and actors would be worked “to the bone” to meet the demand for the  extra 30-minute weekly episode. Fan fave Brian Packham, played by Peter Gunn, was also brought back to create new storylines to help with the extra show The Sun revealed at the time  bosses were planning to bring back characters Toyah Battersby (Georgia Taylor), Brian Packham (Peter Gunn) and Daniel Osbourne (Rob Mallard) to help fill the extra air time. Two years on, cast and crew are still unhappy. At least, the bosses finally seem to be  listening. [bc_video video_id=”6023234309001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Coronation Street’s Chesney and Gemma strip off for TWO sex sessions on the family sofa”] READ MORE FROM ANDY HALLS’ BIZARRE TV COLUMN Sarge’s Line of Shooty IT wasn’t hard to see why Line Of Duty’s stars said last night’s episode was their favourite of the series so far. Stephen Graham’s character Detective Sergeant John Corbett shot at DS Steve Arnott ­– played by Martin Compston Stephen Graham’s character Detective Sergeant John Corbett shot at DS Steve Arnott ­– played by Martin Compston – above, after the latter broke his word about interrupting a robbery and nailing a criminal mastermind known as H. It was hinted creepy Detective Chief Superintendent Lester Hargreaves – actor Tony Pitts – was the baddie, but I’m still unconvinced. Given writer Jed Mercurio’s love for dramatic twists, I wouldn’t ­surprised if H turned out to be Vicky McClure’s DI Kate Fleming. Ramin ready for rounds at Holby PULSES are sure to be racing when Holby City’s latest recruit starts making his rounds. I revealed in January that  Ramin Karimloo would be joining the long- running BBC1 medical drama. Watch your blood pressure as Ramin takes to Holby’s wards And it looks like the West End and Broadway actor, above, scrubs up well, ahead of his debut on Tuesday, April 23. Essie (Kaye Wragg) and Jac (Rosie Marcel) have mixed feelings when charismatic consultant Kian Mandani (Ramin) arrives, a whirlwind of transatlantic charm and aftershave. Despite  winning over most of Darwin Ward, Kian has his work cut out to impress   Jac – the  pair have history dating back to their  medical school days. [boxout headline=”FRED TRIP — THAT’S AMORE” featured-image=”4123458″ intro=”SINGLE celebs are being offered the chance to find love abroad in a charity special.”]Stand Up To Cancer is joining forces with First Dates Hotel and jetting lonely stars out to Naples, Italy. Matchmakers from TV production company Twenty Twenty will set them up with potential admirers at a luxury five-star resort. Fred Sirieix, First Dates’ suave maitre d’, will help to make everyone feel  relaxed. The celebs won’t be paid for the charity project but will be offered hair, make-up and glam squads for their dates. FIlming will take place over the next few months, with the show due to air in October. A telly source said: “Casting agents are keen to have some real love matches. “They’ve hired a top team of psychologists to hold in-depth interviews with the celebs to understand exactly what it is they’re looking for.” It would be worth it just for a jolly to sunny Italy alone.[/boxout] Must watch WHAT? Not Going Out, BBC1, 9pm. WHY? Return of the sitcom starring Lee Mack, Sally Bretton and Hugh Dennis sees Toby arrange a charity parachute jump to raise money for a children’s hospital ward. Em’s the PM THE creator of edgy new BBC drama Years And Years has revealed  Emma Thompson will play the British Prime Minister in the series. Emma Thompson will play the British Prime Minister in edgy BBC drama Years and Years The Oscar-winner plays Vivienne Rook, a plain-speaking political outsider who decides to become an MP heading her own party just as the world is plunged into turmoil. At a special screening at the BFI and Radio Times TV Festival in London, writer Russell T Davies also   revealed the much-anticipated show –  which also stars Rory Kinnear and Russell Tovey –  will air on BBC1 on May 14. Biz Bit STEVE PEMBERTON is set to star as Emperor Claudius in the upcoming series of Britannia. The funnyman-turned-actor, who played Tubbs in A League of Gentlemen, will appear opposite David Morrissey in the show which returns to Sky Atlantic and NOW TV this autumn. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TV” posts_category=”7″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] [boxout headline=”SOAPBOX” featured-image=”4123459″]HARRIET is becoming increasingly terrified by the sinister prank calls she is receiving, in EMMERDALE. When Bob hears Dawn on the phone in The Woolpack corridor, he starts to suspect she may be behind it. He later heads to Woodbine to share his theory with Harriet and a furious Dawn, who says she is moving out. In EASTENDERS, Ben struggles to get Lola back on side. He also faces another problem when Phil reveals that Keanu will be working with them on their latest plan. Jay suggests to Lola that they should become a couple again, but they are interrupted when Ben arrives and drops a bombshell.[/boxout] [authenticated-scripts src=”%3Cscript%20src%3D%22https%3A%2F%2Fxd.wayin.com%2Fembed%2F4d4bc3fa-42a3-4eb1-a885-679fecd5402d%3Fmode%3Dresponsive%22%3E%3C%2Fscript%3E” type=”embedded” width=”100″ /] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
14 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
CORONATION Street has had its fair share of epic car crash storylines –  seeing key cast members  killed off. But the soap’s backstage “car crash” hasn’t been dreamt up by writers. An insider on Corrie said: It’s chaos backstage as the filming schedules to keep up with six episodes a week have been putting everyone under huge pressure’ I can reveal there is mutiny growing behind the scenes of the ITV soap as disgruntled staff desperately try to squeeze out six episodes a week under stressful conditions. Bosses may even bring in an outside consultant to fix the problems the extra show has caused on  thecobbles. An insider said: “It’s chaos backstage as the filming schedules to keep up with six episodes a week have been putting everyone under huge pressure. Lots of people are stressed and very unhappy. “The crew are even referring to Corrie as the Titanic as they fear they are all going down with the ship. Toyah Battersby (Georgia Taylor) was brought back to the show to help fill airtime “Different departments have been called in individually to ask how the system can be improved and people are relieved they are finally being listened to.” In  2017, the soap announced its decision to go from five to six episodes a week. It was met with uproar from the cast and crew. They complained the show would be too short-staffed to cope and actors would be worked “to the bone” to meet the demand for the  extra 30-minute weekly episode. Fan fave Brian Packham, played by Peter Gunn, was also brought back to create new storylines to help with the extra show The Sun revealed at the time  bosses were planning to bring back characters Toyah Battersby (Georgia Taylor), Brian Packham (Peter Gunn) and Daniel Osbourne (Rob Mallard) to help fill the extra air time. Two years on, cast and crew are still unhappy. At least, the bosses finally seem to be  listening. [bc_video video_id=”6023234309001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Coronation Street’s Chesney and Gemma strip off for TWO sex sessions on the family sofa”] READ MORE FROM ANDY HALLS’ BIZARRE TV COLUMN Sarge’s Line of Shooty IT wasn’t hard to see why Line Of Duty’s stars said last night’s episode was their favourite of the series so far. Stephen Graham’s character Detective Sergeant John Corbett shot at DS Steve Arnott ­– played by Martin Compston Stephen Graham’s character Detective Sergeant John Corbett shot at DS Steve Arnott ­– played by Martin Compston – above, after the latter broke his word about interrupting a robbery and nailing a criminal mastermind known as H. It was hinted creepy Detective Chief Superintendent Lester Hargreaves – actor Tony Pitts – was the baddie, but I’m still unconvinced. Given writer Jed Mercurio’s love for dramatic twists, I wouldn’t ­surprised if H turned out to be Vicky McClure’s DI Kate Fleming. Ramin ready for rounds at Holby PULSES are sure to be racing when Holby City’s latest recruit starts making his rounds. I revealed in January that  Ramin Karimloo would be joining the long- running BBC1 medical drama. Watch your blood pressure as Ramin takes to Holby’s wards And it looks like the West End and Broadway actor, above, scrubs up well, ahead of his debut on Tuesday, April 23. Essie (Kaye Wragg) and Jac (Rosie Marcel) have mixed feelings when charismatic consultant Kian Mandani (Ramin) arrives, a whirlwind of transatlantic charm and aftershave. Despite  winning over most of Darwin Ward, Kian has his work cut out to impress   Jac – the  pair have history dating back to their  medical school days. [boxout headline=”FRED TRIP — THAT’S AMORE” featured-image=”3985932″ intro=”SINGLE celebs are being offered the chance to find love abroad in a charity special.”]Stand Up To Cancer is joining forces with First Dates Hotel and jetting lonely stars out to Naples, Italy. Matchmakers from TV production company Twenty Twenty will set them up with potential admirers at a luxury five-star resort. Fred Sirieix, First Dates’ suave maitre d’, will help to make everyone feel  relaxed. The celebs won’t be paid for the charity project but will be offered hair, make-up and glam squads for their dates. FIlming will take place over the next few months, with the show due to air in October. A telly source said: “Casting agents are keen to have some real love matches. “They’ve hired a top team of psychologists to hold in-depth interviews with the celebs to understand exactly what it is they’re looking for.” It would be worth it just for a jolly to sunny Italy alone.[/boxout] Must watch WHAT? Not Going Out, BBC1, 9pm. WHY? Return of the sitcom starring Lee Mack, Sally Bretton and Hugh Dennis sees Toby arrange a charity parachute jump to raise money for a children’s hospital ward. Em’s the PM THE creator of edgy new BBC drama Years And Years has revealed  Emma Thompson will play the British Prime Minister in the series. Emma Thompson will play the British Prime Minister in edgy BBC drama Years and Years The Oscar-winner plays Vivienne Rook, a plain-speaking political outsider who decides to become an MP heading her own party just as the world is plunged into turmoil. At a special screening at the BFI and Radio Times TV Festival in London, writer Russell T Davies also   revealed the much-anticipated show –  which also stars Rory Kinnear and Russell Tovey –  will air on BBC1 on May 14. Biz Bit STEVE PEMBERTON is set to star as Emperor Claudius in the upcoming series of Britannia. The funnyman-turned-actor, who played Tubbs in A League of Gentlemen, will appear opposite David Morrissey in the show which returns to Sky Atlantic and NOW TV this autumn. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TV” posts_category=”19″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] [boxout headline=”SOAPBOX” featured-image=”3985933″]HARRIET is becoming increasingly terrified by the sinister prank calls she is receiving, in EMMERDALE. When Bob hears Dawn on the phone in The Woolpack corridor, he starts to suspect she may be behind it. He later heads to Woodbine to share his theory with Harriet and a furious Dawn, who says she is moving out. In EASTENDERS, Ben struggles to get Lola back on side. He also faces another problem when Phil reveals that Keanu will be working with them on their latest plan. Jay suggests to Lola that they should become a couple again, but they are interrupted when Ben arrives and drops a bombshell.[/boxout] [authenticated-scripts src=”%3Cscript%20src%3D%22https%3A%2F%2Fxd.wayin.com%2Fembed%2F4d4bc3fa-42a3-4eb1-a885-679fecd5402d%3Fmode%3Dresponsive%22%3E%3C%2Fscript%3E” type=”embedded” width=”100″ /] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
14 Apr 19
The Sun
CORONATION Street has had its fair share of epic car crash storylines –  seeing key cast members  killed off. But the soap’s backstage “car crash” hasn’t been dreamt up by writers. An insider on Corrie said: It’s chaos backstage as the filming schedules to keep up with six episodes a week have been putting everyone under huge pressure’ I can reveal there is mutiny growing behind the scenes of the ITV soap as disgruntled staff desperately try to squeeze out six episodes a week under stressful conditions. Bosses may even bring in an outside consultant to fix the problems the extra show has caused on  thecobbles. An insider said: “It’s chaos backstage as the filming schedules to keep up with six episodes a week have been putting everyone under huge pressure. Lots of people are stressed and very unhappy. “The crew are even referring to Corrie as the Titanic as they fear they are all going down with the ship. Toyah Battersby (Georgia Taylor) was brought back to the show to help fill airtime “Different departments have been called in individually to ask how the system can be improved and people are relieved they are finally being listened to.” In  2017, the soap announced its decision to go from five to six episodes a week. It was met with uproar from the cast and crew. They complained the show would be too short-staffed to cope and actors would be worked “to the bone” to meet the demand for the  extra 30-minute weekly episode. Fan fave Brian Packham, played by Peter Gunn, was also brought back to create new storylines to help with the extra show The Sun revealed at the time  bosses were planning to bring back characters Toyah Battersby (Georgia Taylor), Brian Packham (Peter Gunn) and Daniel Osbourne (Rob Mallard) to help fill the extra air time. Two years on, cast and crew are still unhappy. At least, the bosses finally seem to be  listening. [bc_video video_id=”6023234309001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Coronation Street’s Chesney and Gemma strip off for TWO sex sessions on the family sofa”] READ MORE FROM ANDY HALLS’ BIZARRE TV COLUMN Sarge’s Line of Shooty IT wasn’t hard to see why Line Of Duty’s stars said last night’s episode was their favourite of the series so far. Stephen Graham’s character Detective Sergeant John Corbett shot at DS Steve Arnott ­– played by Martin Compston Stephen Graham’s character Detective Sergeant John Corbett shot at DS Steve Arnott ­– played by Martin Compston – above, after the latter broke his word about interrupting a robbery and nailing a criminal mastermind known as H. It was hinted creepy Detective Chief Superintendent Lester Hargreaves – actor Tony Pitts – was the baddie, but I’m still unconvinced. Given writer Jed Mercurio’s love for dramatic twists, I wouldn’t ­surprised if H turned out to be Vicky McClure’s DI Kate Fleming. Ramin ready for rounds at Holby PULSES are sure to be racing when Holby City’s latest recruit starts making his rounds. I revealed in January that  Ramin Karimloo would be joining the long- running BBC1 medical drama. Watch your blood pressure as Ramin takes to Holby’s wards And it looks like the West End and Broadway actor, above, scrubs up well, ahead of his debut on Tuesday, April 23. Essie (Kaye Wragg) and Jac (Rosie Marcel) have mixed feelings when charismatic consultant Kian Mandani (Ramin) arrives, a whirlwind of transatlantic charm and aftershave. Despite  winning over most of Darwin Ward, Kian has his work cut out to impress   Jac – the  pair have history dating back to their  medical school days. [boxout headline=”FRED TRIP — THAT’S AMORE” featured-image=”8862870″ intro=”SINGLE celebs are being offered the chance to find love abroad in a charity special.”]Stand Up To Cancer is joining forces with First Dates Hotel and jetting lonely stars out to Naples, Italy. Matchmakers from TV production company Twenty Twenty will set them up with potential admirers at a luxury five-star resort. Fred Sirieix, First Dates’ suave maitre d’, will help to make everyone feel  relaxed. The celebs won’t be paid for the charity project but will be offered hair, make-up and glam squads for their dates. FIlming will take place over the next few months, with the show due to air in October. A telly source said: “Casting agents are keen to have some real love matches. “They’ve hired a top team of psychologists to hold in-depth interviews with the celebs to understand exactly what it is they’re looking for.” It would be worth it just for a jolly to sunny Italy alone.[/boxout] Must watch WHAT? Not Going Out, BBC1, 9pm. WHY? Return of the sitcom starring Lee Mack, Sally Bretton and Hugh Dennis sees Toby arrange a charity parachute jump to raise money for a children’s hospital ward. Em’s the PM THE creator of edgy new BBC drama Years And Years has revealed  Emma Thompson will play the British Prime Minister in the series. Emma Thompson will play the British Prime Minister in edgy BBC drama Years and Years The Oscar-winner plays Vivienne Rook, a plain-speaking political outsider who decides to become an MP heading her own party just as the world is plunged into turmoil. At a special screening at the BFI and Radio Times TV Festival in London, writer Russell T Davies also   revealed the much-anticipated show –  which also stars Rory Kinnear and Russell Tovey –  will air on BBC1 on May 14. Biz Bit STEVE PEMBERTON is set to star as Emperor Claudius in the upcoming series of Britannia. The funnyman-turned-actor, who played Tubbs in A League of Gentlemen, will appear opposite David Morrissey in the show which returns to Sky Atlantic and NOW TV this autumn. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TV” posts_category=”351″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] [boxout headline=”SOAPBOX” featured-image=”8862980″]HARRIET is becoming increasingly terrified by the sinister prank calls she is receiving, in EMMERDALE. When Bob hears Dawn on the phone in The Woolpack corridor, he starts to suspect she may be behind it. He later heads to Woodbine to share his theory with Harriet and a furious Dawn, who says she is moving out. In EASTENDERS, Ben struggles to get Lola back on side. He also faces another problem when Phil reveals that Keanu will be working with them on their latest plan. Jay suggests to Lola that they should become a couple again, but they are interrupted when Ben arrives and drops a bombshell.[/boxout] [authenticated-scripts src=”%3Cscript%20src%3D%22https%3A%2F%2Fxd.wayin.com%2Fembed%2F4d4bc3fa-42a3-4eb1-a885-679fecd5402d%3Fmode%3Dresponsive%22%3E%3C%2Fscript%3E” type=”embedded” width=”100″ /] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
13 Apr 19
Growing Appeal Of Celebrity Baby Styles

When I was younger, I could invest the entire day at the swimming pool, beach or lake. We never ever had a swimming pool but I invested a load of time at community swimming pools. At the end of the day, I had soaked fingers, tan cheeks and a red nose, freckled by the sun. […]

13 Apr 19
anomaly 2.0

…and we’ll all float on okay… and we’ll all float on alright. Goddess… how long have I been out? I should feel something as we lie here. I should feel pain from the cold metal jabbing into our side. I should feel exhilaration… or remorse… of seeing old and new friends working together to help, but […]

12 Apr 19
Comic Watch

Disney+ wants Marvel fans money and they are pulling out all the stops with a massive host of exclusive MCU content headed our way when the service launches in November in the U.S