01 July 2015

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All-star celebrity bash near Cannes raises $30m for AIDS fight

Cannes, France  A soiree with some of Hollywood’s biggest names held late Thursday near Cannes during the film festival raised $30 million (27 million euros) for the fight against AIDS.Leonardo DiCaprio, Antonio Banderas, Michael Fassbender, F1 driver Lewis Hamilton, designer-turned-director Tom Ford, models Eva Herzigova, Adriana Lima and Kendall Jenner, singer Robin Thicke and movie producer Harvey Weinstein were among the 900 invitees who attended the annual

Happy Birthday Mr ‘T’

Today marks the birthday of Laurence Tureaud also known as Mr T. He turned 63.With gold chains hanging around his neck, a rugged look with a Mohawk hairstyle inspired by the African Mandikan warrior Mr T portrayed the perfect image of a tough bad boy.Tureaud was born in Chicago, Illinois on May 21, 1952. He was the youngest son in the family of twelve children. His father who was a minister left the family when Tureaud was only five years of age. With only his mother left to raise him, she tried her best to keep him out of the trouble.With average grades in school Tureaud found his peace in physical sports. During school, he became a football player and a thrice won the high school wrestling championship. His love towards football earned him a scholarship

Disney rolls out first China store before park

Disney rolls out first China store before parkSHANGHAI: Disney opened its first Chinese store on Wednesday, before the launch of its first mainland theme park, as it seeks to sell Mickey Mouse and friends to the Asian giant´s middle classes.The 860 square-metre store opened in Shanghai, where the park – initially due to open this year but put back until next spring – is under construction.The US entertainment titan already has a theme park in Hong Kong, which opened in 2005.According to media reports the firm first expressed interest in building one on the mainland in the 1990s. But the State Council, or cabinet, did not approve the project until 2009 over concerns about the invasion of American culture.On Tuesday the park´s central attraction – the Enchanted Storybook Castle – was topped out with a golden peony,

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