You may have heard that it’s still winter in Texas. I say “heard” because the only indication of winter that most parts of Texas ever get during the colder months of the year is a few cold snaps and some allergy flare-ups.
But over the weekend at Big Bend National Park, it looked like a winter wonderland.
According to the San Antonio Express-News, the snow lasted from Friday night to mid-afternoon on Saturday. Jennette Jurado, public information officer for the park, which only sees snow three or four times a year, said it was a “rare and special” occasion.
Brosnan is playing the lead in the upcoming AMC series “The Son,” a “multi-generational epic tale of the story of America’s birth as a superpower through the bloody rise and fall of one Texas family,” according to Deadline. The series is based on local author Philipp Meyer’s 2013 novel of the same name.
Kim Kardashian West dethroned Texas native Beyonce as Queen of Instagram on Monday.
Tech Insider released the official figures and confirmed that Kim K’s 44,005,604 followers indeed surpassed Beyonce’s 43,935,648.
A close examination of the two accounts also revealed that while the two women post similar content (namely – selfies and cute photos of their daughters), Kardashian West posts with a higher frequency than Beyonce, according to Tech Insider.
Additionally, the publication noted that Kardashian West’s photo captions are often longer and more personal, while Beyonce keeps her captions short and sweet, or sometimes forgoes them entirely.
Hollywood knows how to celebrate, and Independence Day is no exception. Stars from sea to shining sea partied it up in honor of America’s birthday, and many were happy to spread the cheer to social media.
Just in case you were too busy grilling hot dogs and watching fireworks to check your Instagram feed yesterday, we rounded up the best star-spangled celebrity ‘grams below:
Neil Patrick Harris posted this blurry but spirited picture of his kids, Harper and Gideon.