Jim Brown: "First of all, rock 'n' roll had been outlawed in the beginning in the Soviet Union. In a way -- and I'm making a larger film about this -- rock 'n' roll became a way to protest the government and to stick up for individualism."
Jim O'Heir's latest side project is a hilarious little gem called Little Knockers, which sees him playing Bruce Kilmer, an alcoholic, victory-obsessed head coach of a pee-wee football team.
Among the many pleasures of the Grease-themed benefit for the Prostate Cancer Foundation this weekend in Wainscott, was seeing Michael Milken in a let...
In 2011, I did something that would make most divorce attorneys cringe: I began to openly and publicly blog about my divorce from someone with Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
Was the rise of the supermodel a sign of female empowerment or female objectification?
As someone who has endured nine years of cyber harassment from an ex, I'll tell you what it's like. It's degrading, bile-producing, and blood pressure-spiking.
Is blonde and bubbly Jennifer Aniston your ideal of beauty? Or is it sultry Angelina Jolie? What about Serena Williams, America Ferrera or even Betty White?
In an interview, Mraz said, "What am I up to? All kinds of things. I'm in the middle of making a record. Basically, what my life is all about is that search for inspiration. It's spirituality, art, and freedom."
As a three time breast cancer survivor, I do not believe that those who "race for the cure" and donate their hard earned dollars think they're doing it so the money can go to Hadassah Lieberman.
I want to tell my children that I met the people who worked to free us all from the terror of nuclear weapons, the people who decided to change history and save history.
Both Christie Brinkley and DIna Matos McGreevey took their marital grievances to the most public forum possible. Brinkley even requested her divorce hearing be made public.
As we learn from those in the public eye, couples can come undone no matter how together they look from the outside.
The tabloids are full of stories trumpeting Christie's "Slam Dunk" victory over Horndog husband Peter Cook. But who is thinking about the welfare of ...
So Peter Cook had a secret life that she knew nothing about. So what? Is her humiliation really so great that she has to have this kind of revenge? There are children involved here.
The process of celebrity divorce can be so public, lurid and undignified that you have to wonder why these people can't sit down with a mediator and work it all out.
Before marrying Peter Cook, Christie Brinkley thought her lawyers had written a solid prenup. Yet as lawyers privately admit, any prenuptial agreement has several limitations.