June 2016

Ralph Stanley, Whose Mountain Music Gave Rise to Bluegrass, Dies at 89

Ralph Stanley, the singer, banjo player and guardian of unvarnished mountain music who was also a pivotal figure in the recent revival of interest in bluegrass, died on Thursday. He was 89. His death was confirmed in a message posted on the website of his grandson, Nathan Stanley, who said his grandfather had skin cancer. The Associated Press reported that he died at his home in Sandy Ridge, Va. Though

Wimbledon 2016: Andy Murray's reunion with Ivan Lendl 'key to his mental game'

Andy Murray’s reunion with coach Ivan Lendl will help perfect the mental game required for another Wimbledon title challenge, says his mother Judy Murray. Britain’s world number two, 29, won Wimbledon, the US Open and Olympic gold with Lendl from 2012 to 2014. “One of the big things Ivan helped Andy with when they worked together the last time was the ability to set his focus when he got distracted,”

Chef Curtis Stone and Lindsay Price Stone Create BREYERS VANILLA Recipes

Breyers Ice Cream and celebrity Chef Curtis Stone and his wife, actress Lindsay Price Stone, have created 12 new recipes featuring Breyers National Vanilla in partnership for the brand’s 150th birthday. Below are some three of Curtis and Lindsay’s delicious recipes to cool you off during the hot summer months. These are great for making with family and friends and will also please your guests at summer get-togethers. June: Brookie

5 Beyond Brilliant Action Scenes in Movies

Action movies are fun to watch but there’s a smart way to do action scenes and an epically dumb way to do it. The smart way focuses in on the details, tells a story within a story, and makes sure we know just what the hell is going on amidst all the crazy. The dumb way? Explosions, shaky camera effects, chaos to blur the action, and just a general messiness