A mid-season poll of players rated Tom Coughlin "The Coach they'd Least Like to Play For." Bill Belichick came in third. Moral of the story, play for a coach you think you'd like and you can sit home with him and watch the Super Bowl on TV.
Commissioner Roger Goodell has come around to the fans' way of thinking. There's got to be something better than the Pro Bowl. He said the league is thinking about getting rid of it.
What went wrong? Pay attention, Gisele. Here's the deal: If there is a God, He's got some pretty big problems going on these days, such as poverty, plagues and starvation.
If NFL rules continue to reduce the number and ferocity of hits the equity of the football brand will decrease. This will open the door for other sports with bravado, warrior and hero identities to grow.
So there I was -- "strut interrupted" and being pulled over by the NYPD's Fashion Police. Luckily I've seen enough marathons of COPS to know exactly what was going on here.
The modeling process is not at all new to the world of reality shows. We did, after all, have "America's Next Top Model," cat fights and all. But "Scouted" seems to be different.
The Annenberg Space for Photography's "Beauty Culture" left me feeling empty. It simply skims the surface of the issues by acknowledging them, while the very beauty of its images acts as a counterargument saying That's just the way it is.
What made tonight different from all other nights? Why had we taken our rightful place at the surplus stalls on this night? Were we driven by our desire to see Gaga, or was it even more, to get a little Gaga ourselves?
Who knew a little over a year ago, when I was invited to join a small group of women for a regular game of mah-jongg, that we'd be considered "young and hip"?
I recently chatted with director Ole Schell after previewing his latest film, Picture Me which opens this week in NY.
A fun and comically witty TV series set in Aspen, America's winter playground for the rich and famous, has been developing in the mind of it's creator Greg Simmons for a number of years.
Sometimes models say the wrong thing. Ok, models mostly say the wrong thing, but Gisele Bundchen said something so wrong, it turned every single woman in the world against her.
A breastfeeding law will not be passed soon, but there is a moral, ethical and medical imperative to get this nutrition information to mothers and families any way we can.
How dare a pampered 30-year-old model tell the world's far less fortunate non-supermodel moms that they are negligent for giving "chemical food to your child when they are so little"?
The public have bought the idea that they are essentially a danger to their own kids and better pay money for advice; that they'd better try really hard to do a good job; and they'd still inevitably fail.
I knew it was time to hang it up when I realized virtually every interview I've done in the past few years contained a variation of the most inoffensive quote of all: 'I'm really blessed.'