Tags: chris colfer
, young readers
It could be the mascara, leftover from last night, that has fallen into my morning English Tea (with a dash of Pernod) and is screwing up the soothsaying, but it seems that I might as well jump on the "Chris Colfer for president in 2020" bandwagon a little early. The Emmy-winning Glee actor, quickly becoming Hollywood's Golden Boy, continues his world domination with word that he's signed a two-book deal with Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.
Written by Instinct Magazine | Wednesday, 27 April 2011
, swag suite
, new york city
, les folies 2011 tour
It's no secret that we've got lots of love for Kylie. So when we heard the international pop-star was heading to the States for only the second time in her career to promote the incredible Aphrodite, we just had to share the love with our ravishing readers.
And now, after months of anticipation and countless entries, we can announce the lucky reader who gets to see Kylie's Aphrodite Les Folies 2011 tour in New York City! So, who won?
Tags: brandon rolph
, new to instinct
, letter to readers
Hey y'all, I'm Brandon your cover boy turned Instinct blogger!
When I was 12, I remember running around Barnes & Nobles concealing some of the earliest issues of Instinc
t magazine in between Motor Trend
or Sports Illustrated
. Flash forward nine years and my relationship with Instinct
took a new direction when I became their October 2007 cover guy and shared my story and my activism with the world.
That said, it only seemed natural that Instinct and I would reunite in another capacity, which is why I am so excited to be onboard with them to begin writing for you fancy, sophisticated Instinct readers (and for those young people still reading Instinct between 'manly' magazines, like I used to). I wouldn't say...FULL STORY
Written by Instinct Staff | Thursday, 23 December 2010
Tags: happy holidays
Like most of our livers this time of year, we’re shutting down for the holidays. We want to send to all our readers a warm, (black)heartfelt wish for a wonderful holiday season!
Have fun, be safe and enjoy your long weekend.
We’ll see you all back here on Monday for more pop culture, news, sass and attitude than you’ll ever find in your stocking.
Written by Instinct Staff | Wednesday, 16 December 2009
Updated, Thursday afternoon:
The BBC has issued an apology for yesterday's controversy, but doesn't understand what all the criticism is about.
"The original headline on our website was, in hindsight, too stark. We apologise for any offence it caused," the director of BBC World Service, Peter Horrocks, said in a blog on Thursday.
"It's important that this does not detract from what is a crucial debate for Africans and the international community.
"The program was a legitimate and responsible attempt to support a challenging discussion about proposed legislation that advocates the death penalty for those who undertake certain homosexual activities in Uganda."
The internet was rife earlier today with criticisms launched at the BBC...FULL STORY