Results for Tag "courting"

Results for Tag "courting"

AdvertisementContinue reading the main story“We have a networking ability that campaigns spend years and years trying to build,” said Mr.One Town at a Time in Iowa, With Ted Cruz Although Mr.

Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook founder, returned to Beijing for a trip that drew local headlines and captivated online China.

” AdvertisementContinue reading the main storyThis election, presidential candidates have a tricky choice: ignore the concerns of black voters, as the Republican front-runner, Donald J.In the first Democratic primary to follow the first African-American president, how can white politicians reach black voters without looking opportunistic?

Hillary Clinton’s Wall Street agenda will crush working families.“Hillary Clinton has jeopardized — totally jeopardized — national security by putting her emails on a private server, all to hide her corrupt dealings,” he said.

Two years ago, a manager of my dad’s retirement community began to single him out for special attention.So Dad and the woman kept their relationship secret.

The costs and bureaucracy involved have long made legal action unattractive for most people seeking compensation, particularly if the claim is not large.Since 1972, however, the small claims court has offered a cheap and relatively easy alternative for disputes involving less than £5,000, by using the small claims track procedure in the county court.

Joe Casey, lead singer with Detroit post-punk band Protomartyr, recalls the band’s recent European tour and he’s somewhat consternated.We’re talking ahead of Protomartyr’s nine-date North American tour, starting on Wednesday in Guelph, Ontario.

Later in the year she debuts a late night-style talkshow on Netflix (a curious platform for the genre).Before that comes this loose documentary series that sees Handler tackle a hefty topic each episode, from racism to technology.

The director of Con Air and The Expendables 2 is reportedly wooing the Who to collaborate on a TV show about English rock’n’roll in the 1960s.Simon West has described Mods and Rockers as an “international series” that takes place in the same “kind of world” as Quadrophenia.

Danny Boyle has been tipped to take on a biopic of Billie Jean King which would centre on the the tennis champion's infamous "battle of the sexes" match against male veteran Bobby Riggs.The New York Post's Page Six column reports that Boyle is currently in the Big Apple for talks with King and other proposed participants.

Tom Cruise is seeking a high-profile star to play an alcoholic, womanising former US president in a new comedy: three-time Oscar winner Jack Nicholson.In the film, which The Bourne Identity's Doug Liman is to direct, Cruise will play a straight-arrow US Secret Service agent assigned to protect the country's worst-ever former commander-in-chief.

Below the mirror in my dressing room at the National theatre there is a little grey dial.This is the tannoy to all three of the theatre's stages, the live broadcast of each of their shows.

In years to come they will remember it as The Battle for John "Cougar" Mellencamp.For some while now, the US presidential candidates have been tussling over the affections of the 56-year-old singer-songwriter, Indiana native and author of compositions such as Hurts So Good and R.

But it sometimes seemed as if the success of this new limb had led to the atrophy of the body itself.And no doubt the success of the Swan further contributed to what was now widely perceived as the unpopularity of the main house.

Why do the wealthy need another excuse to drink Krug and eat caviar in the lawns of a royal palace?Taking place in the palace's dramatic Base Court, the performances have been brilliant - not to mention fantastically varied.

After the antics of Julian Clary, Michael Barrymore and Ricky Gervais in previous years, the organisers of next month's British Comedy Awards are turning to Michael Moore to inject a little controversy into this year's event.Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly will do battle with Paul Merton and Jonathan Ross - who finally won his first comedy award at last year's event - for best comedy entertainment personality.

Just as the new Star Trek movie is bound to be bad because the last one was quite good, so Robert Altman's new film had to be great after last year's appalling Gingerbread Man.With Cookie's Fortune, which opened the Sundance Film Festival, all traumatic lingering images of Kenneth Branagh as a sexy Southern lawyer vanish.