Rumors have emerged Metta World Peace may make a career comeback by signing on with the LA Lakers.
After the New York Knicks passed over Metta World Peace during the 2013-14 NBA season, the small forward became a free agent and subsequently played for Italy and China, but it appears he may be signing on with the Lakers this coming season.
The professional basketball player formerly known as Ron Artest was seen at the Lakers' practice venue over the summer and it is reported a deal is in the offing between his representatives and the Los Angeles team. more >>
Two months after announcing divorce with his wife of 10 years, Ben Affleck seems to live up to his joint statement with Jennifer Garner, promising that the pair will continue to seek what's best for their kids, as the "Batman vs Superman" star took his kids to Taylor Swift's concert on Wednesday.
Affleck, in one of his "coolest" moves, as described by some watchers, tagged along with his daughters Violet, 9, and Seraphina, 6, to Taylor Swift's final 1989 concert in Los Angeles.
Saddleback Church co-founder Kay Warren, who in 2013 lost her 27-year-old son to suicide, has said that the mental health system in America is broken, and encouraged Christians to embrace the millions of people suffering from various mental illnesses.
"The sad fact is the mental health system is broken in the United States. I can't say that strongly enough. It is not that people aren't trying and not that there aren't some really wonderful, compassionate people in the field of mental health, but the problem is complicated, and most of the attempts to help don't always help," Warren wrote in an article for The Huffington Post on Thursday.
"The Church's central commitment is to be the hands and feet of Jesus. This should include intentionally coming alongside people living with mental illness and supporting their families. If the Church lives out its calling in this area, its compassionate voice will rise within the community, the nation and the world — extending an unwavering message of hope and acceptance for those affected by mental illness," she said, previewing Saddleback Church's Gathering on Mental Health and The Church, scheduled for Oct. 7-9. more >>
Blizzard has hinted the PC exclusive "Diablo III" Seasons may be coming to PS4 and Xbox One in the future.
PlayStation 4 and Xbox One console players may soon be getting the "Diablo III" Seasons feature, developer Blizzard Entertainment explained in an interview with IGN Friday.
The Seasons feature was initially exclusive for PC, enabling players to craft new characters to complete their Conquest objectives. "Diablo III" players participating in a Season get to acquire exclusive cosmetic and Legendary items. The game's leaderboards also keep track of the Seasons' top performers from around the world. more >>
Fans of rapper Lecrae received a surprise at his concert in Oakland when he honored NBA MVP Steph Curry who helped the Christian recording artist perform the song, "I'm Turnt."
Curry, the 27-year-old Golden State Warriors point guard, appeared onstage at Lecrae's tour stop in Oakland, California, last week to introduce "I'm Turnt" and dance alongside the rapper during the entire song.
The basketball star, who recently won an NBA championship for the 2014-2015 season, introduced the rapper's song by glorifing the "most high," saying "that's what it's all about." more >>
Rapper Dr. Dre has publicly apologized for the violence he committed against women when he was younger.
Following his new hit album, "Compton," and his recently released biopic, "Straight Outta Compton" about his hip-hop group, N.W.A., backlash against Dr. Dre's abusive past forced the rapper to issue a public apology.
"Compton," his first album in 16 years, which sold over 280,000 copies and landed on the second place on music charts, went into an immediate downswing, dropping at least 85 percent, after an outcry over the rapper's abusive behavior that was apparently left out of his new movie, "Straight Out of Compton." more >>