Daily Archive: April 16, 2018

Bato chokes back tears, bids police officers farewell

Bato chokes back tears, bids police officers farewell

Outgoing Philippine National Police Director General Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa on Monday choked back tears as he bade policemen goodbye during his final flag-raising ceremony at the PNP headquarters in Camp Crame. Dela Rosa thanked his men for working closely with the Duterte administration’s war on drugs and apologized to them if they thought he […]

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Czech-born director Milos Forman understood the American experience

Director Milos Forman was shaped by European sensibilities but his films were shrewd and intimate portraits of the yearnings, transgressions, politics, sexual fascinations, rebelliousness and complicated conformities that soothed, rattled and challenged the American spirit.

Born in the former Czechoslovakia,…

The Temptations Covered The Weeknd’s “Earned It,” and It’s Unbelievably Sexy

Do you hear that? It’s the sound of several worlds colliding because The Temptations – the iconic group that largely defined music in the 1960s – just covered a song by The Weeknd – the forlorn millennial crooner mostly known for his sexy songs about, well, empty sex. For evidently no apparent reason, The Temptations covered “Earned It,” which was released in conjunction with Fifty Shades of Grey. The unexpected cover will appear on the group’s upcoming album All the Time, which, according to Rolling Stone, will also feature several other modern pop covers. Above, listen to the sultry song we truly never knew we needed.

20 Books to Read If You’re Obsessed With Wild Wild Country

Netflix’s hit series documentary series Wild Wild Country takes us on a jaw-dropping deep dive into the true events that took place on the Rajneeshpuram commune in Oregon. It was the first time many viewers heard first-hand what it’s like to be in a cult, and the results were shocking. Check out these books for similar cult-centric stories.