Heart-Music.comHeart's busy fall continues, as Ann & Nancy Wilson receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tuesday. Their star, number 2,481 if you're keeping track, will be located at 6752 Hollywood Boulevard, in front of The Musician's Institute. If you can't make it in person, you can watch it stream live at WalkofFame.com starting at 11:30 a.m. PT. read more ≫
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Photo: Sayre BermanBarry Gibb is set to return to the stage, kicking off his Mythology concert tour in his native Australia early next year. The tour starts on February 8 in Sydney followed by shows February 12 in Melbourne and February 16 in Brisbane. He made his American solo debut last February in Miami and performed in July at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. read more ≫
ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Trader Joe's, a national grocery chain, already found itself having to recall its Creamy Salted Valencia Peanut Butter with Sea Salt because of links to 29 salmonella cases in 18 states when the news got worse on Monday.
Sunland, a New Mexico-based company that makes the peanut butter for Trader Joe's, said it was expanding the recall to 76 other peanut and almond products, mainly as a precaution since no other cases of salmonella have been traced to these items. read more ≫
Comstock/Thinkstock(INCHON, South Korea) -- Call it making the best of a potentially bad situation. Eunuchs -- castrated men -- live nearly 20 years longer than other men, a new study has found.
The study of over 80 eunuchs from the Chosun Dynasty, which ruled in Korea from 1392 to 1897, looked at the world's only known record of eunuchs' lives and compared them to genealogical records of other men of similar social rank. The researchers cross-checked their results with other royal records. read more ≫
A brain wave-activated tail wags when its wearer is happy. (Image credit: Neurowear/YouTube)(TOKYO) -- Soon you’ll be able to smile with your tail. A Japanese company has developed a wearable tail that wags when you’re happy.
It’s called Shippo -- Japanese for “tail.” And it reads brainwaves and heart rhythms to gauge its user’s emotional state.