What Did You Learn in 2009? Test your knowledge by answering these objectively scientific questions about the celebrities, politicians and fifteen minute famers who made headlines.
I feel strongly about the importance of the Christmas List. I mean, why not make it easier on your loved ones by telling them exactly what you want? Please note, I've been very well-behaved this year.
The man from an adjacent table, who knows one of my friends and has his other hand on her shoulder, leans between us and confidentially whispers: "That's Jon Gosselin over there getting coffee."
Maybe the Salahi's will crash a Palin book signing, if they can get past the huge crowds of women who had an affair with Tiger Woods.
Losing your job is dreadful, no matter what the reason. In this journalist's mind, it is still better than health issues, divorce, or death -- but t...
No one did more damage to Sarah Palin than Sarah Palin. She was handed a national platform on which she could dazzle the country with her brilliance. And she winked, smirked, and crapped all over it.
By now, we've all seen the above photo of Jon Gosselin practicing yoga, and in particular practicing Urdhva Mukha Svanasana, or as it is more commonly known, "Upward Facing Dog Pose."
Before the show, Gosselin was an IT analyst. And even though unemployment is at 10.2%, I'm sure, if you put your limited mind to it, you could hit monster.com and drum up a gig at Cisco Systems.
Carrie Prejean is having a bit of week, isn't she? I mean, one week you're the darling of the conservative movement, and the next thing you know, you're being called a hypocrite.
However regressed our mores might be from years past, I think most folks know amoral conduct when they see it, and sorry, Discovery Talent, this ain't it.
Whether it's the Gosselins or your next door neighbors, there is a lot to feel bad about when a marriage ends. I, for one, hope that people cut Kate a little slack.
I got the opportunity recently to spend time with two of America's most talked about Dads: Jon Gosselin, of the "Jon and Kate plus Eight" television ...
Friday night, in the razzling-dazzling Waldorf-Astoria, Bette Midler entertained a packed ballroom of ghostly and goofy guests, raising over a million dollars and counting, for the New York Restoration Project.
Nearly 50% of all marriages end in divorce. Why do so many marriages fall apart, and how can you stop the destructive patterns that turn relationships into battlefields?
Fame is like alcohol. Some people can handle it and others can't.
Take Jon & Kate Plus 8, then add aliens, reality TV and vomit. A recipe for disaster? Or another marginal reason for me to mention some good tunes?