Category: Lifestyle

Peter Kay comeback tickets expected to sell out in just minutes

Tickets for Peter Kay’s comeback shows were expected to sell out “in minutes” this morning. Kay, 46, is doing six Dance for Life gigs as DJ PK in Manchester, Liverpool and London after a three-year break. Tickets went on sale at 9am but many fans were expected to be left disappointed. A source said: “He’s

What Is Vitamin F Anyway, and What Does It Do for Your Skin?

With a new acid, antioxidant, or peptide being called the next "It" ingredient every other week, hands up if you think Sephora should start supplying skincare ingredient dictionaries to use when you shop. Let's face it: trying to sort through what works for you can be confusing, not to mention overwhelming, when trying to figure out what products

Billboard Names Justin Bieber & Poo Bear #1 R&B Songwriters Right Now

Justin Bieber is generally regarded as a pop artist. He began as a teen pop singer whereas his more recent songs feature elements from other genres like trap, dancehall music, and acoustic rock. However, his music has always been deeply influenced by R&B. Because of the R&B influence on his music, it’s no wonder Bieber

SXSW Notes 'Handful' of Cancellations Amid Coronavirus Scare

While the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has begun to rock the global live music scene, causing tour and festival postpones around the world, all is still steady — mostly — for South by Southwest, which will commence in Austin in March. That’s not without a few minor hiccups; SXSW has seen “a handful” of cancellations specifically

Put Your Baby to Sleep Anywhere With These Travel Beds

1. Mamibaby Baby Lounger Weighing only 3.5 pounds, this ultra portable baby lounger is basically the weight of a cloud. This cushiony bed is meant to mimic the feeling of the mother’s warm womb, and the detachable bumper is made with a knitted fabric that’s more breathable and sturdy than run-of-the-mill non-woven fabric. When you’re

Bizarre-looking fish could help solve world hunger

A bizarre-looking fish could be the key to helping solve the world’s hunger issue, according to a new study. Known as the Monkeyface Prickleback (scientific name: Cebidichthys violaceus), the fish has a digestive tract similar to humans, with both small and large intestines and an acidic stomach. It’s also among the small number of fish