Stewart Says Ward's Death Will Affect Him Forever
Stewart Says Ward's Death Will Affect Him Forever
All You Need to Know to Navigate Glastonbury 2015
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Tony Stewart says the death of Kevin Ward Jr. will "affect my life forever" as he returned to the track for the first time since his car struck and killed the fellow driver during a sprint-car race in New York. Stewart spoke Friday for the first time Ward died at an Aug. 9 dirt-track event in upstate New York. The three-time NASCAR champion has not raced since Ward's death. Stewart will race in Atlanta on Sunday night for the first time in three weeks. He says he took time out of respect for Ward's family and so he could cope with the tragedy. Stewart said he could not answer questions about the incident and he left after reading a short statement.
Glastonbury Festival is, pretty much, the most fun you can have in the UK. An extended carnival of music, dance, theatre, comedy, food, lifelong memories and unparalleled people watching, it blows most other festivals out of the water. Aside from the obvious, what's worth your time this year? You could re-live the weekend several times over and have a different experience every time, but here are a few ideas for navigating the event. Friday head east to the Healing Field and Green Futures regions, a network of small, quiet and chilled out fields where massages are given out under wind chimes and the food is organic, mostly vegetarian, and perfect to set you up for several days in the field. There's some excellent heritage rock and indie lined up for mid-evening Saturday, but your best bet is probably to head to the Pyramid Stage for Pharrell Williams at 8 p.m. to get a good spot ahead of Kanye West's headline slot at 10:15 p.m.. Sunday night promises The Chemical Brothers, Donovan, Franz Ferdinand with Sparks and Buzzcocks among others but the ones to watch are The Who
Airbus says three of the four engines on an A400M military plane failed before it crashed near Seville, Spain last month, killing four people. In a statement Wednesday, Airbus Defense and Space says the faulty engines were confirmed by Spanish accident investigators after completing their preliminary analysis of the aircraft's digital flight data and cockpit voice recorders. The crash May 9 killed two pilots and two flight test engineers. The crash remains under investigation.
Action star and wedding officiant Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will produce and star in a remake of John Carpenter’s cult classic, Big Trouble in Little China. According to The Wrap Johnson would play Jack Burton, the trucker originally played by Kurt Russell who gets pulled into a mystical battle in San Francisco’s Chinatown. Who else is excited to see his take on Henry Swanson?
Australia's biggest telecommunications provider Telstra suffered a massive outage around 1.30 a.m. Tuesday, leaving thousands of customers in New South Wales without mobile, landline and Internet services. Users took to social media early Tuesday morning, complaining about the disruption. On Twitter, Telstra advised ADSL services were unavailable due to a maintenance operation. A Telstra spokesperson told Mashable Australia the issue was fully resolved at 6:10 a.m. Nine News reported that Telstra's operations problem is also thought to have disrupted train services in the Southern Highlands.
She first postponed her "Great Escape" Tour, and then she officially cancelled it, but without an explanation. Now Iggy Azalea tells Seventeen magazine why she made the tough decision to call the whole thing off, despite her incredible success so far. Although there are several reasons why the "Fancy" singer decided to call it quits on her tour, it all came down to a having different ideas. "I've had a different creative change of heart," she says. "I want to start totally anew, and if I stayed on my tour, that would mean I wouldn't even be able to start working on that until after Christmas." And with no end in sight, Iggy decided that it was time to take a little bit of a rest before kicking off a world tour.
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