The annual event celebrating the year's best acting work brought out stars including Julianne Moore, Quinta Brunson and the Houghs
Tea for two — or more than 20!
On Saturday, BAFTA (the British Academy of Film and Television Arts) threw its annual awards season tea party in Los Angeles, inviting actors from some of the year's biggest series and films to celebrate at The Maybourne Beverly Hills.
Here, get a glimpse of all the celebs who attended — and what they wore!
SAN DIEGO — Canadian teen Marina Stakusic was eliminated in the second round of the San Diego Open tennis tournament with a 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 loss to seventh seed Dora Vekic of Croatia on Thursday. Stakusic was playing in her first WTA 500-level tournament. The 19-year-old from Mississauga, Ont., won two matches in qualifying before defeating Russian veteran Marina Melnikova 6-4, 5-7, 6-1 in the first round on Monday. Stakusic showed some flashes against Vekic, landing six aces in the match and goin
The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. - British online supermarket and technology group Ocado has threatened to take legal action against retailer Marks & Spencer in a multimillion-pound dispute over the performance of their grocery delivery partnership. - U.S.-based warehousing firm GXO Logistics has stepped up a bidding war for UK peer Wincanton by offering to buy the business for 762 million pounds ($961.95 million).
MANCHESTER, England (AP) — Marcus Rashford fired back at critics who have questioned his commitment to Manchester United amid a disappointing season and the forward suggested on Thursday that he's judged more critically than other players. The England international has scored just five goals so far this season — after a career-high 30 last campaign — and has come under scrutiny off the field. Rashford reportedly went to a Belfast nightclub in late January before missing the next day's training b
The NCAA women’s basketball selection committee on Thursday did its second reveal of the teams in line for the top 16 seeds. A lot has changed in the two weeks since the initial unveiling, outside of South Carolina and Ohio State's dominance.
VICTORIA — Toxic drugs killed 198 people in British Columbia in January, adding to an unrelenting toll that has killed more than 14,000 people since a public health emergency was declared eight years ago. A statement from the BC Coroners Service says 70 per cent of January's deaths were of people aged 30 to 59, and more than three-quarters of them were male, both in line with previous data. The number of deaths last month is 14 per cent cent lower than January last year, but still represents 42
President Biden and former President Donald Trump made dueling trips to the southern border on Thursday as they sought to gain a political edge on the issue in their anticipated White House campaign rematch. Biden traveled to Brownsville, Texas, where he met with Border Patrol agents and immigration enforcement officials on the banks of the Rio Grande. He laid out what he called a needed ...
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Eight sports gambling companies received North Carolina government licenses on Thursday so they can accept wagers from people in the state from mobile devices and computers in less than two weeks. The North Carolina State Lottery Commission, which is tasked to oversee a 2023 law that authorized sports gambling, announced successful initial applicants for the interactive sports wagering operator licenses. The commission had already announced that the first licensees could beg
Three former Arizona Department of Education employees were indicted on conspiracy and money laundering charges in what prosecutors say was a scheme to defraud more than $600,000 from an education voucher program that has drawn criticism for its skyrocketing costs and lax regulation by the state. Prosecutors said Thursday that the three employees approved applications for 17 students -– five of which were fictitious -- that admitted them into the voucher program using forged birth certificates and special education evaluations. Delores Lashay Sweet, Dorrian Lamarr Jones and Jennifer Lopez, who were fired last year from the Department of Education, are accused of using the money for their own benefit, such as luxury purchases.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (AP) — A court employee and a police officer were fatally shot Thursday after the court process server tried to serve an eviction notice at a home in Missouri, authorities said. A second officer was critically injured, but is expected to survive, police said. Independence Police Chief Adam Dustman said Thursday afternoon at a news conference that two of his police officers were met with gunfire while coming to the aid of Drexel Mack, the man who had been trying to serve the evi