Author: Stephen Lethbridge

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New York State’s Court of Appeals has ruled against animal rights activists who brought a suit to force the Bronx Zoo to extend basic human rights to an elephant. The appeals court affirmed a lower court ruling that Happy the elephant is not a legal person and therefore does not have the right to freedom of a […]

Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker could be returning in an all-singing, all-dancing musical sequel, and Lady Gaga may be joining the cast. The Hollywood Reporter detailed the latest on the proposed sequel from Todd Phillips, director of the 2019 hit that nabbed Phoenix the Oscar for Best Actor, saying that the script has been presented to Warner […]

Does your dog watch TV? Canine behaviorist Carolyn Menteith says dogs may not understand the plot, but they do see movement and sound. Dogs can only see two primary colors…blue and yellow, so their viewing experience is different than ours. However, they can recognize other pups on-screen. “There is research to show that dogs recognise […]

Britney Spears and Sam Asghari exchanged nuptials in a small ceremony in front of about 60 guests on Thursday evening. Some of her famous friends in attendance included Madonna, Selena Gomez, Drew Barrymore, Maria Menounos, and Paris Hilton. Britney wore a Donatella Versace dress. TMZ posted aerial images of the pink wedding tent with a doorway trimmed in pink roses. Britney’s brother, Bryan, was there… but her mom, […]

If you think you can bake cakes like no other, CTV wants you. The network is currently casting for a new baking competition show called Cross Country Cake Off. The show will be hosted by Mary Berg of Master Chef Canada and Mary’s Kitchen Crush. If you think you have what it takes, visit the […]

Manufacturers around the world are skimping on products and hoping you don’t notice. Shrinkflation is the practice of shrinking package sizes without reducing price. Brands from Kleenex to Folgers to Cottonelle have reduced the amount of product in their standard packaging without dropping the price. If you notice smaller cereal boxes or chips bags, it may […]

Scientists studied the impact of diet on memory and sleep quality in 62 adults, and the results may surprise you! Researchers from Birbeck University found that a pescatarian, vegetarian, or vegan diet can actually boost memory. Eating a largely vegan diet can also cut the risk of heart disease by up to 52%. However, diet was […]

Apple on Monday (June 6th) previewed some of the changes that will be in the new iOS 16, and one will be changes to iMessage that allows people to edit or undo texts they’ve sent. A third change will let you mark a thread as unread, so if you read it and want to come back to it […]

Mariah Carey is being sued for $20 million by a country artist that claims she stole the title of her 1994 holiday favorite, “All I Want For Christmas Is You,” from another song written in 1989. CNN reports that Andy Stone of Vince Vance & The Valiants filed a complaint in New Orleans Friday (June 3rd) alledging copyright infringement and misappropriation. Although the […]

A new study demonstrates that the average consumer spends more than they realize on monthly subscriptions. C+R Research found that shoppers spent an average of $133 more than they realized. 74% said they struggled to remember recurring payments. Mobile phone subscriptions were the most forgotten category, followed by internet subscriptions.



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