McLean and Nocera don't give us an idea as to where to look for angels. But the book is comprehensive, and I feel certain that all the devils are here.
Only in its second year, it seems like World Pneumonia Day might be moving from spark to blaze -- engaging governments, child health organizations and advocates in an effort to spotlight the leading killer of children.
In another promotional spot for her TLC show, Palin says of the wilderness: "I'd rather be out here than in some dumpy old political office." Maybe this is one time when we should take her at her word.
No time to page through thousands of eBay listings? Then just sneak a peek at my weekly eBay roundup of top vintage clothing finds. This eclectic mix...
There has to be some cosmic reason to explain the mass defections, the loss of Democrat support in Congress, and especially the crumbling of confidenc...
Vanity Fair recently hosted an event to celebrate the film 127 Hours, starring James Franco. Though I'd failed to get the one-on-one, I was determined to snag some face time with Franco.
Vanity Fair sure knows how to mark an occasion. The magazine recently hosted an event at New York's Museum of Modern Art to celebrate the film "127 ...
In an era when we can watch movies on cell phones, how can we expect movie stars to be bigger than life? Herb Ritts's photographs were made to last; our idols today are not.
Since Herb Ritts' death in 2002, the art of Hollywood portraiture has been diminished -- not because the pictures have gotten smaller, but because our stars have.
Gourmet is back -- this time as an iPad app called Gourmet Live. Instead of just creating an online magazine, the app offers a new approach to online content
It seems that whoever tells the biggest, most barefaced lies wins, because reporters dutifully note down all sorts of absolute rubbish and then regurgitate it on the news pages.
Today I swam in the waste product of Iceland's power generating station while smearing silica grease on my face. I'd paid the equivalent of $50 for the privilege and it was an experience I'll never forget.
I attended Glamour's Top 10 College Women luncheon honoring some of the highest-achieving college women, and it left me feeling like I wanted to go back to college so I could open a school in a Third World country.
A 24-hour news channel, you see, is a good thing. Live news, more often than not, just blows.
Politics is ugly, always has been but the framers invented a government that would embody all the messy contradictions without threatening the collapse of the system.
What is it with the national media and Alaska these days? Were reporters infected with a case of Palin-steria after the national elections? Ever since...