Instead of accepting it, I took about four private workout sessions per week with celebrity trainer David Kirsch. The pro is responsible for sculpting the bodies of celebrities (like Jennifer Lopez and Heidi Klum) and has a wealth of fitness and health knowledge (to recap, he's written five books, has his own line of shakes and supplements, and owns a top-notch NYC gym).
A former RCMP employee says she will never forget the sound of the door being locked behind her by a now-retired inspector who is alleged to have sexually assaulted her in a washroom at their Vancouver workplace. Tim Shields, who was the public face of the RCMP in British Columbia as the department's spokesman, has pleaded not guilty to one count of sexual assault. The woman, whose identity is protected by a publication ban, told provincial court she was confused when Shields said he had something to tell her and led her into a unisex washroom at the Mounties' former headquarters in Vancouver in the fall of 2009.
The Vegas Golden Knights played the long game in constructing the base of their first very NHL roster. Knights general manager George McPhee went heavy on defenders and short on high-end help in selecting 30 players at the first NHL expansion draft in 17 years. Marc-Andre Fleury and James Neal were among the few high profile picks, which were revealed Wednesday evening during the NHL awards show in Las Vegas.
Dodge has introduced a new variant of the Challenger SRT named Demon at the New York Auto Show. Developed as a dragster for the road, the model is faster, lighter, and more powerful than the 707-horsepower Hellcat.
Whether a mourner in a black robe at a mosque or a soccer mom in a T-shirt and shorts at a community vigil, reaction to 17-year-old Nabra Hassanen's death carried a common refrain: That could have been my daughter. More than 5,000 people attended Hassanen's funeral Wednesday in suburban Washington, grinding traffic to a halt and forcing attendees to walk more than a mile to join the overflow crowd at All Dulles Area Muslim Society, one of the nation's largest mosques. Another crowd of several thousand attended a community vigil Wednesday evening.
Chances are, you’ve wondered what’s it’s like to live like the stars. From sprawling mansions to luxurious brownstones, celebs like Selena Gomez and Angelina Jolie without a doubt own some of the most coveted properties in the country. And because they’re constantly on the move to accommodate hectic career paths, it’s no surprise they’re making major real-estate jumps that go beyond those average one-bedroom apartments. Here, the homes that will from now on be known as humble abodes to Hollywood’s finest.