There are about 400 ships set up for cruising the Nile, but only about 40 are currently operating. That's how much tourism has dropped since the Arab Spring began about a year ago.
The HuffPost Culture series "The Sundance Diaries" will investigate the "short" path to Sundance with regular diary-style entries from the 64 storytellers, animators, and documentarians from around the world whose short films were selected for the 2012 festival out of a pool of 7,675.
A new piece in Vanity Fair by Kurt Andersen suggests that fashion has been stuck in a "decades-long rut." Andersen locates the origins of the rut in 1992, making an ambitious statement that although technology has progressed at a blitzkreig pace, pop culture, art and style haven't made any truly significant strides in 20 years:
Amy Koch's own marriage would have been better off had she spent less of her time worrying about the gays defiling its sanctity and more time at home, practicing her family values, with her own family.
In 2008, Millennials (i.e., voters under the age of 30) in the United States were largely responsible for nominating and electing a president. Three ...
Growing up in 1960s Brooklyn, TV watching was simple and predictable: Friday nights found us watching The Addams Family (accompanied by Swanson TV Din...
If you believe what you hear and see in print, online, and on television, the obituary of manhood has already been written. Men have never appeared more lame, helpless, and absolutely unnecessary. It's as if half the population is on a permanent lunch break. But the demise of men is a myth, fabricated solely to denigrate men by elevating women.
I would be lying if I said that I hadn't spoken many of the Shit Girls Say sentences word for word. And I'm all for laughing at yourself. But I also wondered what the tweets and the video might be saying about women -- and which women they're saying those things about.
Do you schedule sex? If so, how far in advance?
If Sen. Bernie Sander's ran for president now, would it redefine the entire election?
If you've ever thought of work as a refuge from the things that aren't going so well in your personal life, you may be in denial, new research suggests.
This month Obama poll watchers got some good news, and some bad news. This was capped off by the Washington punditocracy making a stupid comparison between polling for Obama and Carter.
The State of a Young America report captures the research, polling, and personal accounts to tell a story of frustration and struggle in the face of downward mobility, but ultimately, a story of a generation that still believes in the American Dream.
How did this happen?
Fall's bounty of apple desserts, pumpkin decor, fuzzy hand-knit throws is reason enough to see the season through. What's more, there are hundreds of ways to recreate them on your own. Here are five I plan to try before the year is out.