By the end of last night's premiere of Limitless, a new movie starring Bradley Cooper, everyone wanted to have what he has: the dream drug for over-ac...
I fear that if I read yet another story or comment about how much Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" lacks merit and is a blatant rip-off of Madonna's "Express Yourself" my head might implode, not from anger, but boredom.
When I was in college in the 1990s, white guys never danced. Fortunately, a gender revolution is being televised, and Katy Perry seems to be the omnipresent narrator.
The fame monster has taken sound cues from the material girl all along. She's done it again, using "Express Yourself" as the foundation for "Born This Way." Fans are livid. Why now?
Rather than investing all your funds in one big complex, it is better to spread your investment so that it has a broader impact.
The folks at Weight Watchers must be busting out in a happy dance because Jennifer Hudson might just be the ultimate spokeswoman -- lady's looking good!
It was the era of the blockbuster. From the late 1970s through the 1980s, pop music became dominated by a new phenomenon: albums that released a seemi...
Obviously, there is a place for "self-empowerment" songs. But someone with Gaga's ambition (she has a quote from the German poet, Rilke, on her arm) and talent is capable of far more.
"Born this Way" was entered into our lives before we'd even heard it. We'd read its story, poked fun at the lyrics, imagined what it would sound like, hummed it to our own tune. And then, we waited.
As I helped an 18-year-old check items off her bucket list, I realized that just because I live here in Manhattan, there's no reason to take the city's great tourist attractions for granted.
For a divorce lawyer like me -- and a lot of you who follow celebrity love lives in the news -- it's been a decade filled with some rather dramatic divorces for the world's biggest stars.
If you're a fashion history buff like me, then feast your eyes on this new book, offering a view of the evolution, personas, and cultural phenomenon coursing through this industry.
Horst Rechelbacher, founder of Aveda, tells an amazing story about the amount of lipstick that we "eat" each year, and what is in the lipstick. As a result of his research, I decided to no longer wear lipstick.
Madonna literally changed the way women dressed. Her ability to keep us interested is a credit to her ability to leave us curious. This is the special gene that they all share
Downward dog your way to flexibility in Madonna's Ashtanga-centric studio, where Gwyneth Paltrow is rumored to stash her own mat and blocks and Sting may guest teach.
Divorce sure makes people do some pretty crazy things. For some it's license to finally buy that pricey cherry-red sports car. Others have a series of...