In a week, Charlie Sheen went from being a mildly talented and successful sit-com actor to the most unhinged, obsessed-over drug addict on the planet.
Co-host with Anne Hathaway at the Academy Awards show in Los Angeles, James Franco picks up his cell phone, a prop for peering into the dreams of the ...
Editor's Note: Michelle Weber of Thursday Night Smackdown is liveblogging Top Chef with HuffPost Food tonight. To participate, leave your comments be...
A onetime New Yorker and front man for indie rockers Bravo Silva, L.A. musician and singer-songwriter Henry Wolfe's new album, Linda Vista, will be out late March 2011.
Substantial research shows churches, synagogues and mosques can promote exercise, healthier diets and improved self-images. But cultural stigma appears to be keeping some overweight people from entering the doors of houses of worship.
Each week, I post the five funniest videos from the past week. And there's one line that best sums up the events of the past seven days: "I'm not a hater!"
Each week, I post the five funniest videos from the past week right here for you to enjoy. And this week, Jack Black was thankfully back in School of Rock-mode.
Think Washington is an unfashionable town where people just sit around and talk politics? Arianna makes a guest appearance on Friday night's "Late Nig...
Alan Cumming's press kit is a rarity: Even the hyperbole contained in his official bio is true -- he really is "beyond eclectic." He simply seems to do it all and do it in every medium. Constantly.
During a much-discussed Rolling Stone interview, President Obama was asked what's on his iPod. He named artists and bands that reflect an eclectic mix...
TV was back in a big way this week, and the stand-by comedies did not disappoint. It's hard to say the same for the new shows (did anyone like Outsourced?).
Missing golden opportunities is nothing new for an awards show that celebrates TV, but never makes for good TV.
Far be it for me to ever correct the Boss, but as it turns out Bruce Springsteen was not a true televisionary; there are not "57 Channels And Nothing On" these days. Please tune in Sunday night, and see for yourself.
This past week, the internet blessed us with a couple of videos that gave us a look at two struggling actors before they became the hilarious, good-looking comedians we know them as today.
With the exception of some truly stellar standouts, popular hip hop has become pretty homogenized over the past decade. But don't give up. Give me The Roots "How I Got Over."