Published September 11, 2016 By Melissa Klein, NY Post The decades of soot and grime covering St. Patrick’s Cathedral have been washed away and the iconic spires once again gleam. The $175 million restoration of the cathedral is largely complete and little has been left untouched. The stained glass is brighter, the ceiling cracks repaired, the pews polished and the organ pipes cleaned. But one corner of the historic church is still dusty and stained, and it will remain that way forever. In the south spire — at the access point to the 146-year-old cathedral’s great wooden attic — the […] Read More →
Brooklyn, 17, was sitting on the front row and made sure to share a short clip of the show with his 8.4 million followers. He shared footage of the catwalk, alongside the caption: “What an amazing show. Well done mum @victoriabeckham.” Victoria – who is also mother to Romeo, 14, Cruz, 11, and Harper, 5 – took to Instagram earlier today to share an adorable message that she’d received from her children. She shared the snap, alongside the caption: “Feeling loved this morning I love you @davidbeckham @brooklynbeckham X Kisses from NY VB #VBSS17 #NYFW.” Victoria was pictured leaving her […] Read More →
Toronto: Fisher Stevens on Leonardo DiCaprio's Links to Malaysian Money Scandal: "Leo Did Nothing Wrong"
Fisher Stevens, director of Before the Flood, a documentary chronicling Leonardo DiCaprio’s campaign to combat global climate change, has defended the Hollywood star and his foundation from accusations of ties to an embezzlement scandal in Malaysia. “The guy’s trying to do good. Okay, so he had an unsavory character in there who donated some money. What did he (DiCaprio) know? Leo did nothing wrong,” Stevens told The Hollywood Reporter while in Toronto to promote the world premiere of his film on Saturday. His staunch defense came as DiCaprio became linked in press reports that roughly $3 billion was siphoned from a […] Read More →