The thing that gets me the most about the recent Chris Brown and Rhianna incident is that it actually has taken this type of public situation to get people talking about domestic violence
What a triumphant week for Spaniels! New York City has morphed into Spaniel City as we witness two major Spaniel spectacles the week of St. Valentine.
Blagojevitis involves a cognitive confusion over the two great scandal-suppression techniques all public figures learn: "deny, deny, deny," and "confess, apologize, and move on."
While Rihanna and Chris Brown are major pop stars, hence all the media coverage, we must not forget that violence against women happens every single day on this planet without any notice from most of us.
The hot young R&B stars - 20-year-old Rihanna and her 19-year-old boyfriend of the past year Chris Brown - had been scheduled to appear at the Grammy...
There's a storm of gossip about R&B singer Chris Brown's alleged assault Rihanna. Fans are speculating about whether he did it, and if so, why he did it -- and who's to blame.
I'm no celebrity and I'm certainly not a lawyer -- but I have been a victim of dating violence. And I did what only about 5 percent of victims do: I pressed charges and took my boyfriend to court.
The chase began around 8 pm, not long after the driver allegedly assaulted his girlfriend with a deadly weapon, and wound its way all over the city before ending near Universal Studios.
Carrie Underwood opted not wear a dress, because she apparently found a discount on drapes. Luckily, her Bedazzler pimped microphone distracted everyone from what she was wearing.
A comprehensive set of holiday music recommendations from Dog Ears Music, including Otis Redding, Spike Jones, The Klezmonauts, Keith Richards, Run-DMC, Dolly Parton, The Beach Boys, and many more.
As in any ecosystem, a new and parasitic mutation is coming to fill the void, giving us the tunes that will become part of our lives, our history, our shared cultural identity. I speak, of course, of the jingle.
Teen Choice Award nominees relished the idea of a recyclable "blue" carpet; they'd specifically requested to rent a recyclable blue carpet rather than purchasing it outright and throwing it away after the event.
My first reaction was disgust and outrage at having been deceived yet fascination at how Wrigley was able to get a "jingle" all the way to the top of the pop charts.
Asking all the kids to do a group sing on a born-again evangelical Christian number is wrong for many reasons. As a practicing Catholic I was stunned and upset for the performers.