Reality television is a stain on our society and an insult to culture. It's dumbed-down television at its worst, lowest common-denominator.
Despite all the fame, or maybe because of it, it's often quite hard to get a clear answer to what Kabbalah actually is. It seems to depend on who you ask.
Call them bubblegum. Call them a boy band. Call them, well seeing as how they're much older than any Jonas, Backstreet Men. It doesn't matter to Carter.
Levi's article is pretty dull crud. If my 19 year old had written it, I'd imagine I'd failed him somewhere. But I'd also be very unhappy if he impregnated and then deserted a young woman.
Palin's ability to rile the public and the media because of her sexuality is fascinating to me.
Style is the ability to make something your own -- even if somebody else is wearing the same coat, it looks different on you because you wear it in a way that only you can.
Saturday night, the Man burned. Over 49,000 people watched. A windstorm had kept most of us captive during the day. What brings 49,000 people together to put themselves to these tests?
It's a crazy week in the world of celebrity weekly covers. Here's the quick rundown: Sarah Palin is getting divorced. Britney Spears rocks her new ...
For the next few days, I feel it's important to focus on my family and first and foremost boring the people who really love me. So that is why you won't be hearing from me this week.
We need to stop listening to "them" and think for ourselves.
I've already had too many conversations with my daughter before the appropriate age. How many times will the actions of our teenage TV stars prompt discussions on topics well before their time?
You don't have to call Jewish people "Jewish people." It turns out they don't mind being called plain old "Jews." LOL.
The Apollo Theater's memorial tribute to Michael Jackson might as well have been Mardi Gras in Harlem.
Yes, it is sad that Jackson died as broken shards of a person, but it's sadder that he was once one beautiful whole who cracked under the pressure of our glare.
As Australia's number one celebrity journalist, Sal Morgan successfully turned a love for tinseltown into a bonafide business career.
"If you can't beat them, join them," the Ayatollah said. "Having said that, we will also continue to beat them."