Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer ruffled feathers in the photography world earlier this week when she said “there’s no such thing, really, as professional photographers.” Photographers thought Mayer was dissing their jobs, while the tech executive said all she meant was [...]
Amid tightened security, the Boston Bruins took to the ice on Wednesday night in the city’s first major sporting event since the bombings at the Boston Marathon. Before the opening faceoff between the Bruins and the Buffalo Sabres, the 17,565 fans [...]
April 18, 2013
TIME 100: Should Ben Affleck be on our list? Or Kim Jong Un? Who do you think should be included in TIME’s annual list of the most influential people in the world. Vote in our poll. (TIME.com) Ice T: See [...]
March 28, 2013
As comedian Rodney Dangerfield famously once said: “I went to a fight and a hockey game broke out!”
While on-ice brawls are a common sight in the sport of hockey… READ ON
When 9-year old Tyson Greencorn fell on the ice at Canso and Area Arena in Nova Scotia, Canada, he probably wasn’t expecting an ovation. However, Tyson had just sunk a near-impossible shot from center ice worth $5,000 — which is why [...]
February 11, 2013
That’s gotta hurt!
John Giannone, the rinkside reporter for MSG’s New York Rangers broadcasts, got smacked in the face by a flying puck during a game Thursday night, and RadarOnline.com… READ ON
Carrie Underwood may be the major breadwinner in her marriage, but she feels awful that her hot hockey player hubby lives in her shadow.
The country superstar opens up… READ ON
By Radar Staff
She was splashed over countless magazine covers the world over and was the subject of talk show debates and late night monologues after being cheated on by Tiger Woods, but Elin Nordegren appears to be finally sinking [...]
By Debbie Emery - Radar Reporter
Growing up, Tourette's Syndrome sufferer Jaylen Arnold was tortured by cruel tormentors who teased him, called him names and mimicked his uncontrollable movements and outbursts.
Rather than letting it get him down thoug... [...]
Swedish authorities are hoping troublemakers at sporting events will think twice about their behavior—or face getting blacklisted. The Scandinavian country is considering a national sports hooligan registry following a spate of violent incidents, mai... [...]
August 15, 2012