Bloggers and critics around the world are writing their final farewells and tributes to the show that has intrigued and debilitated them for the past six seasons. Here are excerpts from the best columns on why "Lost" was so beloved.
At the end of the day, if Setoodeh can't accept a gay actor in a straight role, then that's really his problem, isn't it? And he needs to keep that in the closet.
As an organizer of the anti-defamation organization MAGNET, I need to point out that you are hypocritically guilty of the same crime that you have called out Newsweek for, as it relates to transsexual women and your show "Nip/Tuck."
Given the vast pension, health care and unfulfilled subscription liabilities Newsweek carries, it's likely the magazine is headed for extinction.
Here are just a few of the much more obvious ideas for how the Jon Meacham might have given Newsweek a fighting chance.
With singing gay football players, Down Syndrome cheerleaders and dancing wheelchairs, Glee is changing the world, one 12 year-old at a time.
There was a time in the not so distant past when some of us thought that "sexual orientation" was a briefing on getting it on...you know, those class...
While Newsy.com is fulfilling the mobile video news dreams of its consumers, Time is making promises to advertisers, not to its readers.
With all due respect to Kristin Chenoweth and all the Internet posters who've crashed down on the theater critic who claimed that gay actors can't and shouldn't play straight characters, I don't think the critic was being homophobic. Just wrong.
Glee creator Ryan Murphy is leading a boycott of Newsweek after one of its columnists said openly gay actors playing straight characters alienate audiences. I'm a gay Newsweek reader and I'd like an apology from Ryan Murphy.
Do we see pressure for men to have an "ideal body type" in other ways besides mannequins? Sure. Men are now being subjected to airbrushing in the media to give them the perfect body.
This week, Newsweek's owner, The Washington Post Company, put it on the block, its ink turned to red and its fiscal outlook poor.
A couple of days ago, a friend sent me a link to a piece published on Newsweek.com that really pissed me off. Written by an openly gay entertainment w...
Greece, Spain, Portugal, Italy--debt is overpowering the EuroZone and having an impact on the U.S. as well. Wall Street's jitters and glitches aren't helping much. And Newsweek is up for sale!
The decision to basically abandon reporting sealed the magazine's fate. Maybe it was inevitable, maybe the Newsweek execs had no choice, but it suggested to me that the end was near.
Beyond all of the indulgence of VIP lists, select tables, black tie and gown, meet and greet stuff at this gathering is that there were real moments of serious policy and political discussion that were not trivial.