Aaron Rodgers brought a Nicolas Cage “Con Air” vibe to the Packers training camp. The Twitter account for the Green Bay Packers shared a video of the quarterback looking like the twin of Cameron Poe from the 1997 movie and tweeted, “Let’s do this.” In the viral video, Rodgers wore a white tank top and rocked a beard with long hair, giving many “Con Air” flashbacks. The Twitterati had many feelings about QB’s new look; some loved it, but
A-list status! Mad Men catapulted the careers of its cast, including Jon Hamm, Elisabeth Moss, Christina Hendricks, and January Jones, to a new level.
The Hudson’s Bay Co., which facilitated the colonization of Western Canada 352 years ago, is about to transfer its former flagship department store in downtown Winnipeg to Indigenous ownership.
Hellfire Club assemble! While the coronavirus pandemic delayed the season 4 premiere of Stranger Things, the excitement is still real — and it’s all coming together!
Anthony Russell has spent much of February teaching Calgary elementary and junior high students about street art: introducing Black artists such as Jean-Michel Basquiat and helping them create stenciled pieces in oil pastel, acrylic and watercolour paint.
Our lives would suck without her! Kelly Clarkson has experienced success in the music industry, a messy divorce, and first-time motherhood since she became a star.
The look of love! Tom Brady, Reese Witherspoon, and Diane Kruger are among the many celebrities who celebrated Valentine’s Day in style this year.
This Mohawk woman is translating nursery rhymes to share her language with kids — and caregivers, too
Like other Indigenous people in the early stages of reclaiming traditions, Kristi Talbot, a Mohawk woman with ties to the Six Nations community in Ontario, is prioritizing language revitalization.
Kris Jenner’s attempt to gift Khloé Kardashian three new puppies may not have panned out, but the Kardashian-Jenner family still has plenty of dogs running around Calabasas.
A dramatic relationship. Britney Spears and Jamie Lynn Spears have had a bumpy ride through the years — and haven’t always kept that drama under wraps.