The Beatles were always changing and evolving, which is why growing up with them was such a rich experience. They were always doing something new. As George Martin said recently, "They would always want to look beyond the horizon, not just at it."
Artistic embargos can be quite powerful. If you, Jerry Seinfeld, refuse to come, people will notice. Audiences will be outraged. This will make us all a bit more alert, a bit more ready to make change.
Meditation is, in fact, resting in inner silence, and as that silence gradually percolates into the rest of your day, it becomes the state of unshakable happiness and peace that sometimes goes by names like nirvana or enlightenment.
Just like Seinfeld's comedic line, "Not that there's anything wrong with that," when referring to homosexual behavior, "Is it racist," has become the new tagline to uncomfortable words ushered between people.
When a celebrity gets hitched, naysayers get out their stop-watches to count down the days, months or years that the break-up will take place. Cynical, yes; inevitable... not so fast. There are celebrities who have never signed divorce papers. Here are just 50 of them.
In my home, Festivus has become a holiday fixture. We view the day as a little oasis of fun amid the holiday hubbub. In case you are considering a Festivus celebration, here are four Festivus lessons that may either persuade or dissuade you.
It's certainly no secret that celebrities enjoy the finer things in life. Many have used their larger-than-life paychecks to collect an impressive inventory of very fancy memorabilia. Here are 10 of the most impressive collections amassed by superstars.
We know there's a content deluge on the web. Every vendor and brand and Tom, Dick and Harry are looking for attention. But can we all agree that too much junk is being published as "content." Let's stop the madness.
So Jerry Seinfeld says he has autistic tendencies. Can we use this a stepping stone to broaden the conversation to how autism affects so many people? How there is such a range to the diagnosis. Can we stop fixating on how someone doesn't fit your prejudiced idea of what autism is?