Exercise releases opioids, the all-natural painkillers in your biochemistry. Plus, hitting the gym regularly can help you feel better physically and mentally and release feel-good endorphins.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I won the weekend derby, but Disney's Tangled had a smashing debut that set a record for a three-day opening weekend for a standard Disney (i.e., not Pixar) cartoon.
It's been a while since I've seen a stinker as obvious as Burlesque. As a colleague and I noted afterward, it made us long for something as coherent and restrained as Showgirls. Or Glitter.
Burlesque as a mainstream art form seems to be a major source of controversy and tender spot for some performers.
Celebrities live in a different world. Perhaps the weirdest expression of this is seen in the bottled water demands in contracts that celebrities require when they appear in public.
If you amassed a decent music collection during the '90s and '00s, then there's a good chance you own at least one record on which Jason Falkner has played, written or produced.
This is the season of the "event" album: CDs so big and bloated we are supposed to forget about the fact that the music underneath is hollow and leaves you wanting some hand gel. I'm talking to you, Christina Aguilera.
Douglas Freidman's latest photography series, Take It Off, features seven portraits of the burlesque star Miss Dirty Martini.
Claude Kelly's writing talents have attracted the likes of Akon, Leona Lewis, Chrisette Michelle and two of music's biggest stars--Whitney Houston and the late Michael Jackson.
Today marks the birthday of an incongruous pair. Perennial Rolling Stone, Keith Richards, turns 66 while overwrought chanteuse, Christina Aguilera, is...
The designers will not only be creating a Sparkle Dance number, but they'll be creating it specifically for a Grammy-winning, risk-taking fashionista diva, namely Christina Aguilera.
Sounding warmer and the most at home with her recordings since the mid-seventies, Barbra Streisand, the 67-year-old vocalist-supreme, at last reclaims the musical territory she reigned over in the sixties.
Featuring songs from William Shatner, Jimi Hendrix, Nat "King" Cole, Billie Holiday, Otis Redding, Hank Williams, Scissor Sisters, Prince, The Flaming Lips, Springsteen and many, many more.
On his Saturday Night Live guest appearance this weekend, Senator John McCain poked fun at his own lack of celebrity endorsements, noting that "My o...
It may have been a wild ride for Barack Obama and John McCain just getting to this last week in the race for the White House, but imagine the bullets ...
It's suddenly 1999 again, when we all thought that accurately calling a candidate "unqualified" would make him a laughing stock. But the joke was on us: the cheap shots generated controversy, which helped land him in the White House.