James Franco showed off his physique while enjoying a shirtless beach outing during his Greek islands holiday. The 41-year-old actor was spotted during a jaunt out to Mykonos this Wednesday with his 26-year-old girlfriend Isabel Pakzad. While James could be glimpsed sunning himself on the sand, his bikini-clad paramour was seen taking a dip in the sea. Luxury: James Franco showed off his physique while enjoying a shirtless beach outing during his Greek islands holiday Occasionally, James pulled on a VISVIM T-shirt and popped on a Dan Tana's baseball cap, and Isabel wrapped herself in a white robe. Isabel, who has guest-starred on James' HBO series The Deuce, modeled a color-blocked gold, white and navy bikini. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Kylie Jenner's daughter Stormi Webster, 18 months, makes her... Michael Bay, famous for his $4.3 billion Transformers... Share this article Share She could be spotted laughing as she lounged on a deck chair and had a … [Read more...] about James, 41, suns dadbod in Mykonos with girlfriend Isabel, 26
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Britain is home to four of the world's 10 best universities, according to new rankings. The UK's academic prowess may be surprising, given its size and relatively modest spending on universities - and the fact that, overall, its university system does not always rank among the world's best (Universitas 21, the higher education network, names these as Denmark, United States, Sweden, Canada and Switzerland). But five British universities are named among the world's 20 best by QS World University Rankings, which are released annually by the higher education marketing company, Quacquarelli Symonds. According to the this year's rankings, half of the top 20 universities in the world are in the United States, three are in Asia and two are in Switzerland. The QS league table measures universities according to six factors: academic reputation, international student ratio, international faculty ratio, faculty to student ratio, citations per … [Read more...] about World’s top 20 universities: how does Britain rank?
In the early 1980s, the death of a young graffiti artist in police custody shocked and enraged the likes of Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring – and changed the city’s creative community for ever, writes Matt Barker. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on WhatsApp Share on Google+ Share by Email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on StumbleUpon Share on Google+ Share by Email By Matt Barker 15 July 2019 It was just before three in the morning on 15 September 1983, and Michael Stewart was on his way back home to Brooklyn after a night out at the Pyramid Club in the East Village. Waiting for a train at the First Avenue station at 14th Street, the 25-year-old whipped out a pen and tagged one of the station’s tiled walls. He was spotted by a New York Transit Police patrol and after a brief chase, caught. … [Read more...] about The brutal death that politicised New York’s art world
* Being Various edited by Lucy Caldwell * Her Kind by Niamh Boyce * My Coney Island Baby by Billy O'Callaghan * Notions by John Kelly By Hilary A White Welcome to Ireland, land of saints, scholars and exceptional essayists. Yes, it seems that this little island in the Atlantic is becoming a habitat for finely calibrated, lyrical and scorchingly perceptive non-fiction musings about all corners of the human condition. This year sees two titles continue to make the case following last year's now-canonical Notes to Self by Emilie Pine. The nursery of music journalism has gone on to produce many fine writers and Ian Maleney and Sinéad Gleeson are the latest examples. The former moulded the disintegration of memory, the peaty midlands and the realm of sonic manipulation into a thing called Minor Monuments (Tramp Press), a sensual collection if ever there was one. Gleeson, meanwhile, gifted Constellations (Picador) to the world, her compendium of gold-leafed riffs, rhymes and mini epics … [Read more...] about 50 books for summer holidays
Scott Burgess has become Port Vale's first signing of the summer, but what sort of player have the Vale brought in? For a scouting report we spoke to Micky Cummins, one of the most popular midfielders to pull on a Vale shirt in recent times and who also knows Burgess and his game. Cummins is assistant boss to Steve Watson at York City. They left Gateshead for York in January then made Burgess one of their first sigings, joining on loan from Bury. The 21 year old spent the second half of the season with the Minstermen in the National League North. So, we asked Cummins all about a player who has joined the Vale on a free from Bury and played for John Askey when Askey guided Macclesfield to the National League title in 2017/18. Cummins said: "I first came across him when he was at Macclesfield in John Askey's promotion year. "You could tell he was young but he was really comfortable on the ball. "When Steve (Watson) came into Gateshead he tried to get him in there because it was what our … [Read more...] about Scouting report on Scott Burgess