News etc. Tennis, Moy, contest, sing-along, Bee Gees, PR manager (2) - Desert Entertainer The close harmonies of the Gibb brothers – Barry, Robin and Maurice – made the Bee Gees one of the most difficult to launch a salute to... 12/1/2013 - 5:27 am | View Link
Photos: Veronic DiCaire strives for ‘Immortality’ with The ... - Las Vegas Sun ... in the resident-headliner show The Australian Bee Gees at Excalibur. In 1997, Barry Gibb performed a duet ... Robin Leach has been a ... 11/25/2013 - 7:33 am | View Link
Photos: Veronic DiCaire strives for ‘Immortality’ with The Australian Bee Gees Bally’s resident-headliner singing-impressionist Veronic DiCaire remade history when she appeared as a guest performer in the resident-headliner show The Australian Bee Gees at Excalibur. 11/25/2013 - 7:18 pm | View Link
Jimmy Fallon to host 'SNL,' reunite with Justin Timberlake Jimmy Fallon is set to host 'Saturday Night Live' for a second time on Dec. 21 with musical guest Justin Timberlake. 11/23/2013 - 3:46 pm | View Link
Stayin Alive with Night fever Night Fever who will be performing today in the city, in an email interview shares how they got hooked onto Bee Gees 11/14/2013 - 10:26 am | View Link
Sculptor honoured for his tribute to Bomber Command heroes THE man who created the poignant sculpture of brave young airmen that stands at the centre of the Bomber Command memorial learned last night he had won a top award. 11/5/2013 - 7:57 pm | View Link
On This Day: Bee Gee Robin Gibb survives train crash which killed 49 The Staying Alive singer, who died last year from cancer, cheated death at 17 while travelling through south London with his wife-to-be Molly Hullis 11/4/2013 - 12:53 pm | View Link
'Robin Gibb was one of the most wonderful people': John Travolta pays tribute to late Bee Gees singer Mr Gibb’s twin brother and bandmate Maurice died from the same bowel condition that initially led doctors to operate on him. His younger brother Andy, who was not part of the Bee Gees but a successful singer in his own right, died in 1988 from ... 05/22/2012 - 5:41 am | View Link
Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb dies aged 62 after long battle with cancer Friends, family and fellow musicians have been paying tribute to Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb, who died yesterday aged 62. The singer, who sold more than 200 million records and notched up dozens of hits with brothers Maurice and Barry, had ... 05/21/2012 - 11:46 am | View Link
Robin Gibb, member of the Bee Gees, dies after battle with cancer "For me, the music of the Bee Gees really has peaks as high as any mountain ever ... Gibb had emergency surgery in 2010 for a blocked bowel and then had more surgery for a twisted bowel, Wright confirmed. The only surviving member of the three ... 05/21/2012 - 10:33 am | View Link
Robin Gibb: A Bee Gees voice filled with more than just disco Even more remarkable was that each classic gem of the Bee Gees, whose co-founder Robin Gibb died Sunday after a long battle with cancer, would be packed with feeling ... Than a Woman,” “Nights on Broadway” and “You Should Be Dancing ... 05/21/2012 - 2:02 am | View Link
Robin Gibb, a Bee Gee With a Taciturn Manner, Dies at 62 Robin Gibb, one of the three singing brothers of the Bee Gees, the long-running Anglo-Australian pop group whose chirping falsettos and hook-laden disco hits like “Jive Talkin’ ” and “You Should Be Dancing” shot them to worldwide fame ... 05/20/2012 - 10:33 pm | View Link
A movie depicting the life of Nelson Mandela has become South Africa's highest grossing picture after its opening last week, its producers say.
The film, called "Long Walk to Freedom," has already earned $427,000 (Rand 4.4 million), according to Videovision Entertainment.
The movie stars British actor Idris Elba as Mandela, the 95-year-old liberation struggle icon.
Note: Full spoilers for the episode follow.
A lot happened tonight - kidnappings, secrets unveiled both to characters and the audience, and a little cliffhanger to cap things off. "Thanatos" felt like an hour that wanted to pull out all the stops and leave you breathless, but felt like it was stuck in neutral despite all the notable events. Some of that can blamed on characters that still have yet to really connect, some of it has to do with repetitive scenes throughout, but all of it has something to do with a general lack of energy that's been there since the pilot.
Let's talk about those repetitive scenes first, because the weekly tradition of arguing scenes has become a problem. It feels like every week our heroes have to come up with a plan, one has to be dead set against it, and they decide to go ahead with said crazy plan so that we can have an episode instead of everyone just looking at their smartphones. In "Thanatos" we got that multiple times, first with a debate about whether or not to go to Jedikiah's apartment, then if they should interrogate him and finally if they should find Dr.