Adele confirms she and boyfriend Rich Paul have moved in together and shares photos outside new home

Adele confirms she and boyfriend Rich Paul have moved in together and shares photos outside new home

Adele has confirmed she’s moved in with boyfriend Rich Paul after a year of dating as she shared a snap of them outside their new home. The singer, 34, took to Instagram on Wednesday and shared a series of loved-up snaps of the couple, including one where they both held up the keys to their … Read more

Tarek El Moussa and Heather Rae Young get in an early sweat session after public spat with Christina

Tarek El Moussa and Heather Rae Young get in an early sweat session after public spat with Christina

Tarek El Moussa and wife Heather Rae Young were spotted getting in their morning workout together on Wednesday following a public dust up with ex Christina Hall. After a rollercoaster of a week, the newlyweds were spotted in their gym clothes heading out for a sweat session in Newport, California. On Saturday, Young was pictured … Read more

Rockers Mourn the Loss of The Black Dahlia Murder’s Trevor Strnad

Rockers Mourn the Loss of The Black Dahlia Murder’s Trevor Strnad

The Black Dahlia Murder announced today (May 11) that vocalist Trevor Strnad has died at the age of 41. Tributes have started pouring in from fellow members of the rock and metal community who are mourning the loss of the frontman. “It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Trevor Scott Strnad. … Read more

Harvey Leonard, longtime WCVB chief meteorologist, announces retirement and new role

Harvey Leonard, longtime WCVB chief meteorologist, announces retirement and new role

StormTeam 5 chief meteorologist Harvey Leonard, a New England icon widely regarded as one of the country’s top meteorologists, announced his retirement Wednesday. Leonard will retire from his weeknight appearances on NewsCenter 5 on May 25, but transition from his daily role to the position of chief meteorologist emeritus this fall, contributing to severe weather … Read more

UT-Dallas is breaking ground on a sweeping new $158 million, 12-acre cultural district

UT-Dallas is breaking ground on a sweeping new 8 million, 12-acre cultural district

The University of Texas at Dallas plans to break ground on Wednesday for a sweeping new 12-acre cultural district, in what UTD officials describe as a “major expansion” of arts and cultural programming on its Richardson campus, which was founded in 1969. The project, with three phases in all, will take its name from the … Read more

Two Women in Their Nineties Recount Being Teenagers During the Victoria Era in a 1970 BBC Documentary

Two Women in Their Nineties Recount Being Teenagers During the Victoria Era in a 1970 BBC Documentary

In a historical clip from the 1970 BBC documentary film short Yesterdays’s Witness: Two Victorian Girls, nonagenarians Frances “Effy” Jones and Berta Ruck recount growing up in the UK during the Victorian Era. Jones, who lived in London, recalled her days of her as a daring young woman who was not afraid to take on … Read more

Study sheds light on dark history of US Indigenous residential schools

Study sheds light on dark history of US Indigenous residential schools

WARNING: This story contains distressing details A first-of-its-kind US federal study of Native American boarding schools — that for over a century sought to assimilate Indigenous children into white society — has identified more than 500 student deaths at the institutions, but officials say that figure could grow exponentially as research continues. The US Interior … Read more