Jeremy Lin is much more than a fortune cookie. Treat him as such.
What if we don't each possess "a soul"? What if there is some greater Collective Soul in which we get to take part, but which we never own, so to speak?
By James Lawler There’s been a great deal of breathless chatter recently about comedian Louis CK’s online sale of his comedy show, which,...
In places where we work, like Congo and Afghanistan, where life is tough, particularly for women, Louis C.K.'s donation will be helping would-be moms injured just trying to have babies get life-transforming care.
We all want to be better people, yet when given the chance to do so, we often stumble over our own desires and interests and end up even more generous to ourselves.
Is all TV good? Of course not! A lot of TV is crap. But denigrating ALL TV as evil is like burning all books because Snooki is now a best-selling author. That doesn't ruin my opinion of the written word or compel me to post comments like "STOP READING AND START KNITTING."
All I want for Christmas is to never hear about Michelle Obama's ass again. Unless it's at my barbershop. Now come, ye faithful readers. Gather round...
Louis C.K.'s "fun little experiment" illustrates the threat to the cable business model. Cable has long been the gatekeeper to content -- Comcast decides what channels I can choose from. But right now on the Internet, I choose what content I can choose from.
The news had no problem fueling the late night shows this week. Below are my favorite clips of the week. What were yours?
Like most Murphy fans, I'd been waiting for years for him to return to his comedic roots and ditch the family comedies. I figured the Oscars would be a great platform to run wild as he did in the 1980s.
Mulaney had modest expectations when The Top Part was released, hoping the disc could serve mostly as a calling card of sorts. "I remember thinking I wanted the biggest picture possible of me on the cover because no one knew who I was."
This week, the New York Comedy Festival takes over NYC with everything from small shows in the back of Brooklyn bars to headlining double-header sets at large theaters.
As we all know, the Grammys have become the really nice boy in class who brags about the fact he's never read a book and sometimes comes to school with his shirt on inside out. So is it time to start treating the Emmys like the Grammys?
There have been a number of outstanding scripted series this summer on basic and pay cable, all of them deserving of special praise. But at the moment there are three I can't stop thinking about: ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars, FX's Louie and Cinemax's Strike Back.
Over the last several weeks, leading up to the tenth anniversary of 9/11, there has been a lot of talk about Graydon Carter's declaration on September...