Can Grace Potter get any hotter? That is the burning question spreading in cities across the country, including Denver, which is still feeling the intense heat from her recent show.
Horst Rechelbacher, founder of Aveda, tells an amazing story about the amount of lipstick that we "eat" each year, and what is in the lipstick. As a result of his research, I decided to no longer wear lipstick.
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."
Heidy Flores and her band Los Hollywood have been together three years and released just one five-song EP. But I'm ready to call this one: this girl should be a star.
I hear that L.A.M.B. was the place to see and be seen last night (Kanye was there, apparently), but all I could see from my seventh row seat (relax, g...
Only two shows into Season 8, I'm hooked all over again. I already have my favorites, I already know who's going home sooner than later, and I think Season 8 has the makings of a really strong season.
I really think this year was the most fun that I've had yet not attending Comic-Con. Apparently, I'm such an actual un-ironic geek that no one thought to invite me along to make the big pilgrimage with them.
Talk to Pharrell Williams for five minutes, and you'll instantly understand his need to work with others, push himself and expand his repertoire. It all comes down to his perception of the American Dream, and how he chooses to lives it.
Courtney Love, 45, has posted some outrageous photos of herself on Facebook. Love appears topless in some of the shots which are thought to have been taken a few years ago.
New York Nonstop's Roseanne Colletti and Laura Lane, Senior Reporter for OK! Magazine have the scoop on the latest celebrity comings and goings.
What does it mean that the patrons who recently "saved" MOCA are unrecognizable, at least to the celebrity press and fashion publicists?
And all she gave me was this tacky, crystal-tipped leather whip from Agent Provocateur (which is kind of played out as a lingerie destination these days, am I right?).
We're living in the most exciting moment in the history of music -- a time when listeners have unlimited access to music, but Rolling Stone commits the cardinal sin of making it seem boring.
Six years later, the newest installment of the series passes the torch to a younger stable of artists who, along with series initiator Vicki Iovine and Timothy Shriver, shared their thoughts about the album.
Here's a playlist for America's latest fun couple to be used at the very next party they crash together.
Today is Susan Boyle's coming out party. Her debut album, "I Dreamed a Dream," is in stores, she's going to meet America on Monday's "Today Show," a...