September means a lot of things to a lot of people -- the beginning of fall, back to school, football season. For me, it's time to take stock of my shoe wardrobe.
As a 22 year-old cub reporter for a music magazine, I freaked when my boss assigned me to interview "'The Strawberries,' a very important group," whic...
The Romantics has its minor pleasures. But they are too few and far between to warrant sitting through the entire film.
Adapted from the very funny Michael Chabon novel, Curtis Hanson's Wonder Boys is a marvel of a film, a sharp and wise valentine to academia and the literary life.
We're such a celebrity-obsessed culture, but what we fail to learn in all this curiosity about these celebrities are the messages their stories have for us and how their stories relate to our everyday lives.
I often find myself reflecting on shows that were cult hits in the 90s, like The X-Files, and wish I could go back in time, give all those diehard fans Twitter, and see what would happened.
Seriously, people, everyone needs to calm down about Suri's propensity to play dress-up. She just wants to be like her mama. What's so horrible about that?
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.
This weekend, take a break from your own family (dys)function to check out Katie Holmes in Pieces of April. It's a Thanksgiving classic, now available for free on Hulu.
Seeing a braless celebrity is a little like spotting a shooting star -- it happens more often than you'd think. From Kate Moss to Britney, the minor epidemic spans across celebs of all ages.
St. Trinian's is to the U.K. what Rocky Horror Picture Show is to the U.S.
Diets, weddings and big fights! The all new celebrity weeklies hit newsstands today -- and there is something for everybody. Which is your favorit...
We want women older than our age to admire, so we can continue to dream and envision what we will someday become. We need style icons at every age!
Not only are we expected to judge a celebrity's toddler's style, but we are asked to apply the superlative "better" to a person who probably doesn't even know what a "style" is.
Let me just get this out of the way: people poop when they run. So why the big fuss about some poor soul with splattered shorts? Must it be discussed on every fitness website?
Consider it the "where were you when JFK was shot" of a new generation. I know I can tell you exactly where I was when I found out Heath Ledger died. ...