Published:  12:01 AM, 14 June 2019

Worldwide waffling(14.06.2019)

Worldwide waffling(14.06.2019)

Before the Gestapo came for Anne Frank in the secret annex, before officers marched her family onto trains bound for Auschwitz, before Anne slipped into the eternal midnight of the six million murdered, her father gave her a diary for her 13th birthday. Anne poured her heart into that diary and, through its pages, into the world. You would expect it to be a chronicle of unimaginable terror; instead it contains the intimate, quirky musings of a girl who was living through the Holocaust, while refusing to be defined by it.


Buzz Lightyear may be going to infinity and beyond but the man behind the beloved character is coming to Northern Michigan. Michigan native Tim Allen, who will once again provide the voice of everyone's favorite space ranger when "Toy Story 4" hits theaters later this month, will appear at the Bay Community Theatre in Suttons Bay on June 20 for a special, pre-release premiere of the film. "Toy Story 4" opens nationwide on June 21. The latest installment in the beloved Pixar franchise will follow Woody, Buzz and the rest of the gang as they help a new toy called "Forky" and embark on a road trip that reveals just how big the world can be for a toy.


It looks like summer 2019 is going to be stacked with major celebrity hair changes. The season hasn't even officially started yet, and already Ciara got a choppy pixie, Kaia Gerber cut her hair off into a bob, and Rose Byrne went platinum blonde.  Lea Michele is the latest star to dramatically switch up their hair ahead of the warm weather. She shared a selfie on Instagram revealing a new lob, crediting celebrity hairstylist Laura Polko for the short cut. From the looks of Michele's fresh cut, Polko took several inches off of the star's long hair, giving her a blunt lob that hits just below the collarbone.


One of Boris Johnson's leading supporters has been challenged over whether he has the right character to be prime minister given his past lies and gaffes, as he prepared to appear before the public for the first time in the Tory leadership campaign. Liz Truss, the chief secretary to the Treasury, said Johnson was being attacked because he was so popular, as she was confronted on the radio with accusations about his misdemeanors. She also insisted he had nothing to hide despite accusations that he was staying away from public scrutiny and hiding in a bunker until MPs have chosen a shortlist of two candidates to put to the media.

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