Yes, it can be appalling to see people aging ungracefully, even desperately. And duck lips and smooth but unmovable faces can look disturbing. But what I find even more appalling is ageism. The dread of losing youth and looks, projected into disgust with those who try to fight it.
I'll bet that flying -- to you -- means roughly what it does to me. Battling seat-pockets that eat knee-space. Emptying your inner life into plastic ...
Sunday, March 2 the Oscars -- the other Super Bowl -- will be televised. Why would you need a reason to watch other than the delicious glitter, pomp and excitement of it all? But if you do need a reason, here are 12.
Ever wanted to "randomly" bump into a celebrity? Check out Hipmunk's list of hotels where celebrities have been known to stay. -- Stephanie Ainza, H...
Brooke Burke-Charvet's enthusiasm was infectious. Now we all are getting a front row seat to how that same enthusiastic person handles getting fired from a job. As it turns out, there's a lot we all can learn from watching.
As the first major step in his Haiti mission is completed, he has emerged a statesman. It's a role that becomes him.
A guide to words I wish were part of our common vernacular.
Kim Milford and the author vacationing in Mexico The late Richard "Kim" Milford, who would have been 63-years-old this month, has the dubious distin...
I was basically an agent, like in Entourage. Except I also produced content, I could wear jeans more often and I had a soul.
This week I was lucky enough to get some good shots of the girls that were workin' it in the front row with their pouty yet smiley poses, and fab designer outfits.
Instilled in us was the belief that words had power and truth mattered. And when it came to something as important as your body, there was no room for confusion about the parts you were born with or the things they did.
The Sundance Film Festival had another successful year, adding a well-deserved notch to the independent film bedpost, and Park City had no shortage of...
Not only are celebrities pardoned for their obnoxious behavior, their stock seems to rise. That's right, the more they screw up, the more they win.
In the end it is not a movie about the end of men. It's about breaking the man trance. It frees us all from everything we thought a relationship should be and uplifts us toward a higher state of living called "joy."