This is the history behind the making of the seminal 1980s youth movies like The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles and Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
Phoebe Prince did not have to die. Bullying is another form of hate-crime. It is a problem that can be solved through education and legislation.
QUESTION Dear Irene, I took a new job and became friendly with a woman named Gina. Gina told me about her past mistakes and seemed very consumed wit...
Oh Casey Johnson, what happened!? Almost a decade ago, I wrote a coming out story about the cherub-faced Johnson & Johnson heiress. No, not that she w...
While the pomp and circumstance of Art Basel is a welcome break from New York City, perhaps the art world should consider taking a page from Gossip Girl and wooing a new generation of art aficionados.
I spoke to the most successful pop duo in music history on their new four-disc box set and their roles on the Cleveland Show.
I'm not sure what to say these days about The CW. Can we really call it a "network"? Following the quick cancellation after only two episodes of The B...
The role models teens look to for their fashion trends are not only found inside glossies, but also in the pages of books!
"I'm not the one who called Child Protection Services," Cleveland yells at his wife Roberta, until he (unsurprisingly) realizes, after much back and f...
When last we saw him, Hank Moody was bidding goodbye to Karen, as she decamped to the East Coast. And bidding goodbye to the plot line that propels most of the action in Californication.
As you're recovering from the joyful overkill that was this year's Comic-Con, take a few moments to catch-up on a handful of the more interesting new press releases.
This morning, People Magazine named Chace Crawford the "Hottest Bachelor of 2009" and I object!
Coming Soon: Martha Stewart and her crack team of home design experts show the troops how to redo their barracks with lighter, pastel shades for summer in Iraq.
I've been noticing over the past several years a tendency for the Media to depict racial togetherness in a manner that doesn't come close to representing reality.
For the boys and girls of Gossip Girl, graduation marks a poignant transition -- the transformation of kids acting like adults into what will surely be a group of adults acting like babies.
I've never seen Gilmore Girls, but I'd guess that show is pretty similar to this episode, i.e. three generations of crazy blond women melodrama-ing each other to death.