On March 21, 2006, Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey posted the world's first Tweet: "just setting up my twttr." The company's mission? To give anyone wh...
I do know one thing. I need to trust my instincts. If he looks like Woody Allen, he is Woody Allen.
Breakfast with Kristen is like the universe telling me I can eat as many donuts as I want and not gain a pound. She is sweet, sassy, sticks to my ribs and dances on my heart in a way few do.
As long as the media singles out Zayn Mailk's faith, he will forever live with the fact that his political or social stances will be tied to his Muslim beliefs. No matter how many charities he donates to, or the number of people he's touched with his music, he'll never be seen for the value he brings to the world.
I once cared deeply about these things. But as I've gotten older and "wiser" (debatable), I've realized they just don't matter to me.
Ansel Elgerot was the talk of the night, looking very old Hollywood glam in his vintage suit. He spoke about his newfound fame and success of, The Fault in Our Stars.
Let's face it: most of us don't like David Gregory. He's the smug brat we always hated in high school. No wonder so many of us are salivating at rumors that NBC may relieve the grey-haired wonder boy from his Meet the Press duties.
Chrissy Teigen is so GLAM4GOOD! We love how she posts pictures of herself making ugly faces on Instagram and that she's always smiling and poking fun of herself in the best possible way. She's not just a supermodel, she's a role model.
For now, I'm just tossing my hat into the ring and offering you an opportunity for romantic fulfillment. The ball's in your court, Sharon.
Country music has but one queen, and she has no intention to abdicate the throne. Dolly Parton has entered a new phase of increasing cultural relevance.
Swanky lifestyles of the rich and famous don't always account for taste. Remember: money can't buy style. That's why we all love seeing celebrities en...
Creating one's own stream of income can mean the difference between coming home with or without the lights on. Millennials could stand to learn a little creativity, perseverance, and professionalism.
This stars-as-shills is a new trend of just the past few years and I think it's no accident it coincides with movie stars losing some luster with cinema audiences.
Celebrities: They're just like us. They put their pants on one leg at a time, get interviewed regularly on live TV and sometimes get so drunk they fi...
Jennifer, Gwyneth & Me is full of practical tips on how to be more like your favorite entertainers but also offers a deeper exploration of how best to spend this precious raw material you have -- your time -- and how to devise a fair measuring stick by which to judge progress toward your ideals.
We're outraged about blatant acts of racism, but we're OK with institutionalized racism that prevents people of color from obtaining jobs, quality education, and employment. We consistently roll back policy aimed at redressing historical injustices. And that, my friends, is the worst kind of racism.