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

Prince Harry 'booked out entire first class train carriage' to London

Prince Harry ‘booked out entire first class train carriage’ from Edinburgh to London to return home after attending eco-conference Prince Harry, 35, reportedly booked First Class train carriage for trip to London  Behaviour would be in contrast to other royals who go by train for engagements Prince William and Charles take seats with other commuters

Retired firefighter says cancer killed many who battled 1975 blaze

Retired firefighter Danny Noonan, 71, will never know how many of the nearly 700 FDNY members who responded to a blaze at the New York Telephone Company in Manhattan with him 45 years ago Thursday were struck with cancer in the aftermath — because most of them are dead. “There was a huge amount of

Dancing on Ice final thrown into chaos over coronavirus outbreak fears

Dancing On Ice execs are taking matters into their own hands after two more patients in the UK have tested positive to the coronavirus. The show's producers have implemented strict procedures in case there is a virus outbreak in the studio – located at RAF Bovingdon, Hertfordshire. With confirmed UK cases now at 15 and