It seems there's some concern circulating over Bristol Palin's much-publicized visit to Rum Runners in Anchorage last week.
Yes, I understand the appeal of the Real Housewives -- and also the way they dull the minds and intellects of all who watch them. Bravo obviously doesn't own a patent on creating garbage, but it is absolutely an industry leader in its production.
The self-professed "Mama Grizzly" isn't showing me the fight for her cubs, nor has she set much of an example of motherly presence for Bristol.
If tainted eggs can spread salmonella, can tainted salmon spread eggstacy?
I saw a program that changed my life. There was glitter. There was music. There was dancing. And there were stars. I mean REAL stars, not like faker Joaquin Phoenix.
In addition to propping up sagging careers and boosting network numbers, Dancing with the Stars may prove useful in helping cut young tabloid stars down to size.
Bristol Palin seemed so sweet and shy and lacking in self-confidence -- not at all what I was expecting. I can't believe I'm saying this, but after the first show, I'm finding myself rooting for her.
As he was gearing up for the intensive rehearsal schedule that Dancing With The Stars demands with new celebrity partner Florence Henderson, Corky Bal...
Print editions are no longer a choice for Josh Jackson, the editor-in-chief of Paste Magazine. He discusses the recent decision to suspend print publication of the indie pop culture magazine.
Bristol is not a poverty-stricken single mother. She is a young woman who became a mom by accident and is now embracing her full life.
The way Sarah Palin fixes a political opponent, in a close election in Alaska, is by saying they're soft on abortion. The Republicans do have a jobs plan. And it's all babysitters.
Summer is a time for fun, flirting and romance. And according to the tabloids and celebrity blogs that many of us guiltily read, it's also a time for ...
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With Palin on the campaign trail once again, with self-righteous, morality-police guns ablaze, it's comic relief listening to her Tea Party drivel about family values and "taking back America" to the way our Founding Fathers would want it.
Calling a conservative "hypocrite" is like calling a progressive "liberal": It stings, but they don't actually understand why it's supposed to be offensive.
Each day over at SMITH Magazine, the storytelling community I started in 2006, members unleash a frenzy of self-expression in the form of Six-Word Mem...