"Nobody understands the cloud. The cloud is f***ing mysterious." This, exasperates Jay, one of a couple who has taped his wife and himself performing ...
Sure, you know you should be sleeping more hours. That's an easy one. But have you ever stopped to consider that maybe the six hours of sleep you are getting aren't necessarily restful?
Chances are that Sarah Jessica Parker wouldn't ask most designers to prominently embroider their signature in bold red into the train of their white dress. But then again, most designers aren't Oscar de la Renta.
"SEX IS emotion in motion," said Mae West.
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In Sex Tape, the first hurtle seems to be the labor scene in which Jay watches his son's head crowning and comments more about the size of his wife's vaginal opening than on the miracle of his child entering the world.
"RICE IS an explanation for everything!" That's adventurer/chef Anthony Bourdain talking to Smithsonian magazine for July.
It's summer vacation, and I have two small boys in the car with me all day long now. Boys old enough to read and ask questions on an endless loop every time we leave the house: "What's a sex tape Mommy?," "Why is that lady in her underwear Mommy?"
If you are willing to look beyond the dating norms you've set for yourself, who knows what happy ending you might find? Welcome the unknown, and see who comes your way.
She's golden at the box office, so why does Hollywood's little golden guy continue to elude Cameron Diaz?
Is there a correlation between our ever increasing willingness to turn away from real problems and turn toward increasingly spectacular fantasy on our movie screens?
Several years ago Bette Midler, Goldie Hawn and Diane Keaton starred in a hit movie titled The First Wives' Club. This movie explored the impact of hu...
Gawking can be fun. I love muting the TV and watching the Red Carpet fashion runway show before the Oscars. Hey, we know this isn't real life -- it's Hollywood and it's fun. I almost don't like it when the 'stars' try to be too real -- after all Hollywood is supposed to transport us right?
This isn't about shaming naturally thin women, it's about (1) calling out an industry that requires women to be unhealthy and then hides the harmful consequences and (2) acknowledging that even people who are a part of that industry don't necessarily have the power to change it.
Cameron Diaz on The Body Book and the salty, fatty foods she sometimes craves. In The Body Book, a big part of your healthy eating philosophy is mo...