Songwriter and poet Leonard Cohen died in his sleeping after having a slide in his La residence at the center of the night time, his director has claimed. “The death was quick, unexpected, and relaxing,” his director Robert Kory mentioned in a record posted around the Cohencentric site. Cohen, music’s gentleman of words whose tracks… Read More

Bob Dylan won’t be arriving at Stockholm to grab his 2016 Nobel Prize for literature in the Dec. 10 award wedding, the Swedish School said Wednesday. The School suggests Dylan advised them that “he needs he can have the award professionally, but different responsibilities ensure it is however impossible.” The 75-yearold National singersongwriter was given… Read More

By Heidi Parker For Avril Lavigne and Ryan Cabrera have said they are only friends. But on Monday the two singers, who have known each other for 12 years, seemed like much more than that. According to E! News, they were spotted ‘snuggling up’ at Chalk Point Kitchen in New York City. Dating? Avril Lavigne and… Read More

Matthew Great looks dejected, and who is able to blame him? It’s the day following the U.S. selection and Excellent, an omnivorous governmental chase who leans solution to the remaining, is stunned and affected at Brian Trump’s success. “As the daddy of two children, it’s extremely disturbing a manlike that’s leader of the USA,” he… Read More

By Sarah Jones For Marvel’s Doctor Strange smashed box office records for the second weekend in a row. The big-budget blockbuster raked in $43million over the U.S. Veteran’s Day weekend which brought the total to $153million domestically. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch, the sci-fi flick came in on top, with DreamWorks Animation’s Trolls in second, and Amy… Read More

In case you was raised in Montreal, like used to do, you’re destined to really have a Leonard Cohen account. He was constantly around, relaxing inside the restaurants, walking across the street, relaxing over a park bench. Our pal features a account of ranking close to him in a urinal and striking up a dialogue.… Read More

By Associated Press and Reporter A San Francisco home that served as the setting for the popular 1993 movie Mrs. Doubtfire, starring Robin Williams, has sold for $4.15 million. The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the four-bedroom Victorian in the Pacific Heights neighborhood sold this week after being listed in September for $4.45 million.… Read More