This Sunday it's a double party. It's Father's Day and it's Juneteenth, Africa American Emancipation Day, commemorating the end of slavery. What to ...
Time to walk the dog! I laced up my walking shoes, pulled a sweatshirt over my head and headed out. My dog, whom we call Mr. Potato Head due to the cornucopia of traits he inherited from beagles, fox hounds and, we think, kangaroos, led the way.
Known as the City of Pleasant Living, South Miami has in its own small and pleasant way, created big impact -- it's officially proclaiming Mondays to be meatless.
I guess you could make an argument that Doctor Seuss should have sued will.i.am when the Black Eyed Peas front man trademarked i.am sometime in the last millennium.
On April 23, to celebrate the release of his fourth solo album, Willpower, will.i.am joined collaborators Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus and Nicole Scherzinger in a live Google+ Hangout on his illwilly YouTube channel.
No offense to any of these artists (besides Flo-Rida, I fully mean to offend you), but these songs definitely need to be punished and shown to the gates of Hades, where they will have ample time to think about what they've done.
Aside from will's insanely amazing shoes, most notable about his appearance is the smartphone case hanging from his neck, which, he tells us, is his own design.
Make it for luck, for cheap, for health, for a hangover cure, but when you make Hopping John, you're doing more than making dinner, you're keeping alive a great culinary and cultural tradition.
"Artists need to learn to not just rely on other people's platforms like YouTube and Billboard and iTunes.They need to create their own platforms. That way you'll be ahead of the curve."
I had never heard of FIRST before Dean Kamen mentioned it to me. There's no doubt that his passion -- one man's vision -- has created something very special.
Wal-Mart may have entered the Golden Years, but its self-dealing and covers ups have seriously tarnished the brand, and put its "independent" governance in a state of crisis.
Do artists have a responsibility to push their fans into new and exciting territories? Is there anything wrong with giving your public exactly what they know they want, if it remains true to who you are? Does embracing mass popular culture somehow harm your credibility as an artist?