David Letterman's public apology Monday night for bad behavior is merely the latest in a long list of famous public apologies.
Celebrities know that words like "manic-depressive" and "bipolar" sound tame, whereas "psychotic" and "schizophrenic" terrify people. We should all know their true meaning: divorced from reality, not violent.
Once known as the snowy playground of the Hollywood elite, in recent years Aspen's celebrity ski conditions have seemed more like mashed potatoes than champagne powder.
In her first book, twenty something music publicist Jordan Christy pleads with Generation Y women to look to Audrey and Kate as role models rather than bleached-blond party girls.
I thought it was a joke. Turns out the rumors that Paris Hilton would build a $300,000 dog house were wrong. It really cost $25,000 more.
Unlike a doctor or teacher, Intelligence Minister isn't exactly a job that travels well. Mr. Ejeie can't just up and move to another country, although I'm sure there are several that would like to chat with him about what he knows.
How amazing are the dogs that save their owner's lives by sounding the alarm or even calling 911? There are so many extraordinary stories about pets, ...
Ask 10 people this simple question, "Freak or super freak?" And I assure you regardless of their political views all ten will answer "Super Freak."
You see their boldface names and bald numb faces in the tabloids, and on all the glitzy infotainment shows (if you can bear to watch them). They are the nouveaux reachers, the celebutantes, the Cling-ons.
The stewards of luxury brands who are not bold enough to truly redefine luxury in the new world economic order for fear of diminishing the value of their brands are making a big mistake.
I've had to really examine my need to write about the finale of The Hills before actually putting pen to paper.
Everyone's doing it--from sleazy CEOs to 'roided-up home run kings, silicone-enhanced starlets, and backroom-dealing congressmen--so why not you?
In the world of framing issues (or "political spin," if you prefer), there are a few cardinal rules. One of them is when you are trying to scare peop...
What would you give up for a year if it meant you didn't have to pay taxes? Sex? Chocolate? Celebrity gossip? A limb? Do you think Google should get i...
If you are struggling to stay afloat, looking to alleviate your Depression depression and do not dwell on the righteous path of abstinence and salvation it seems the only other alternative is to put down that blunt and pick up some booze.
The magnifying glass under which Michael Jackson has lived his entire life has exacted an obvious price. Still as we berate him we can't stop watching him -- no matter how often we think we've seen it all.