It's bigger news for me to bare my heart, rather than my body. If AIDS is no longer a death sentence in America, it is unconscionable that it be a death sentence anywhere else.
The selling of the "perfect" female body obviously has an enormous market value, but it also has a huge cultural cost.
Here's a fun game: Spot the difference between "Partly sunny" and "Partly cloudy" icons. There isn't one.
I remember crying to me father one day, "No boy will ever want me. I'll never get married." He looked at me and said, "Why would you want to be with a man who cared how your scars look?"
The night before the final challenge, our intrepid three receive a visit from a voodoo tarot card reader to tell their fortunes.
In a nutshell, Top Chef needs to get over itself. It's so stone-faced you'd think entire nations were going to rise on fall based on the freshness of a scallop.
This is no joke this challenge. And they have to work in teams of four, and they've been around long enough now to hate each other.
The Kasmhir of Salman's grandfather stands for him as an alternate Islam, a radically different way of being Muslim to the Khomeinist and Bin Ladenite head-choppers -- a religion of peace, not a religion of pieces.
Next week: cook for Gail's bridal shower. Promo quote: "This is not a good start to a new life." Yeah, well, look who is still on your show.
Top Chef does Thanksgiving (in July) for the Foo Fighters, and Chicago wunderkind Grant Achatz delivers the series' least stuffiest judging, and waxes poetic on the nature of a smore.
Our gender may not believe we're as vulnerable as our male counterparts, but we account for nearly half of all heart attack deaths.
This year, getting an "I Voted" sticker on Election Day is considered decadent.
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Padma Atluri is an OffTheBus grassroots correspondent. Each week she contributes a campaign journal documenting her life out on the trail. I've been ...