Friday, August 28, 2015
Vacations are always fun at Disney World. Angela Bassett, Courtney Vance and the kids tell fans why they love the theme park so much. “I’ve been coming to Disney World since I was about fourteen because I grew up in Florida,” says Angela. “So I’m so happy to be able to share that with my family. There’s something for everyone.” Although they didn’t grow up in the Sunshine State like mom, Bronwyn and Slater have enjoyed the adventure that is Disney World. “My favorite thing at Disney World is getting on all the rides and being scared,” shares Slater. “I love Tea Cups,” adds Bronwyn. Outside of having immeasurable fun with the kids, Courtney and Angela like to spend a bit of grown up time at the restaurants. “When we have a bit of time on our own here at Disney World, outside of the children, we like to go to the various restaurants,” says Courtney. The actor adds, “I love coming here.”
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Monday, August 10, 2015
Ray Edwards is looking summertime fine! For The Body Issue of Kontrol Magazine, Atlanta Falcons Player Ray Edwards decided to show readers another side of him. And we’re not just talking about that chiseled chest either. He’s not your typical NFL player; in fact, he is one that wears many hats such as a professional boxer, philanthropist and a model.
I LOVE LAURYN HILL AND SHE DOES A CLASSIC REDENTION OF NINA SIMONE'S "FEELING GOOD" Singer, pianist and activist Nina Simone is having a revival 12 years after her death. A documentary called "What Happened, Miss Simone?" was released last month, and two more films are due later this year. There's also "Nina Revisted," an all-star tribute album with new treatments of Simone's most iconic songs.
Most men would be ecstatic to break a world record in a lifetime. Idris Elba just broke his second in less than three months. The 42-year-old has become the first ever male to appear solo on the cover of Maxim Magazine 'We've never in US Maxim history had a man on the cover solo,' editor-in-chief Kate Lanphear told Racked on Tuesday. 'This is the very first time, and there was no one else in the world more badass than Idris.' Although men have appeared on flip covers and have also starred alongside women throughout the mag's 20 year history, a guy has never appeared on his own until this September's issue. Under the fitting headline 'Man Up', it describes its cover star as an 'actor, musician, racecar driver and all-around badass'. The man himself looks smoldering in a heavy black and grey animal-print jacket, which matches his trademark salt and pepper beard. 'For me, he was really the perfect embodiment of what I think the new Maximman is,' Lanphear continued. 'He's multi-dimensional, he's complex, he's sophisticated, but he's down to earth.