Daelyn Fortney


Robin Hood’s Sherwood Forest To Get 10,000 New Trees After Replant

in Film/TV

Bourne Wood, a Forestry Commission managed coniferous woodland in England, serves as the backdrop for Russell Crowe‘s emergence from Sherwood Forest in the recently released film “Robin Hood.” Last visited

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Southwest Airlines Says PETA Body Scan Ad ‘Too Provocative’

in Causes

Recently PETA submitted an ad for the Southwest Airlines in flight magazine, Spirit. The ad shows an airport security X-ray image of a woman wearing panties and a bra with

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National Geographic Channel To Air Footage Of Oil Spill Aftermath

in Film/TV

On May 27 the National Geographic Channel (NGC) will air never-before-seen footage of the Gulf oil spill aftermath. The documentary titled “Gulf Oil Spill” will follow the first 36 hours

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Betty White Launches ‘Bucks For Balls’ Spay and Neuter Campaign

in Animals

Betty White has joined forces with Actors and Others For Animals, a California-based non-profit dedicated to the humane treatment of animals, in an effort to curb pet overpopulation. The promotion,

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Jeremy Irons Says People Need To Drop Standard Of Living

in Pop Culture

In a recent interview with UK’s Sunday Times, Jeremy Irons discussed a world he sees as unsustainable, wasteful, and overpopulated and his belief that disease will be nature’s way of

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Simon Cowell Honored With Humanitarian Award For Charitable Work

in News

On May 23 in the Grand Ballroom of the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel & Spa, Simon Cowell was honored with a humanitarian award presented by Variety-The Children’s Charity. Since 1938 the

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Salma Hayek’s Gucci Gown Fetches $21,000 At Auction

in Fashion

After debuting the first ever gown from the new couture label Gucci Première, Salma Hayek donated her dress to the Penélope Cruz/Chopard Auction to help raise money for the Jenkins-Penn

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