Tomorrow night is the end of an era. A very sweet era. Parenthood, the show that has captured us for six seasons is bidding its adieu. I love the show. With passion.
Screaming teenage girls got a lot of attention in 1964 and they're the ones immortalized in the black and white footage, but the largest number of first-generation Beatle fans were actually boys and girls between five and 10 years old -- boomers born in the mid-to-late 1950s.
Is Chris Soules so boring that the producers' only recourse is to turn the show into an ongoing bloopers reel? Probably.
As you get older, there will never be another feeling like riding a bike down a hill with your eyes closed and your hands off the handlebars, squealing with delight with the feel of the wind blowing through your hair.
Not since John met Yoko has an artistic collaboration been greeted with as much disapproval as the collaboration between Paul McCartney and Kanye West.
I've noticed that people over the years who have asked to "friend me" and whom I declined, are part of my "followers" -- that is, they can follow along with things I post publicly, rather than things I post for my real friends who I engage with.
It's been a long, grueling wait, but last night we finally got our fix with the live season premier of ABC's The Bachelor! This season features "Prince Farming" and Bachelorette runner-up, Chris Soules -- a guy who's so deep in the Iowa boondocks, the closest Starbucks is over an hour away!
Before you start shouting that "blacks are destroying everything that is white" or that "political correctness is destroying America," here is some historical fact that will prove otherwise.
In all our concern for "free speech" (a phrase that has been tossed around needlessly; the United States government did not censor The Interview), we've overlooked the people of North Korea, and how our American thirst for comedy erases them from our consciousness.
Looking back on this 50th anniversary of the Beatles arrival in America, music fans and cultural observers of all ages often ask, "Can anything like the Beatles happen again?" The question itself is somewhat rhetorical and acknowledges the singularity of the Beatles phenomenon.
I'm not saying Moses looked like modern-day Egyptians or was black like some folks attest. No one knows that. Still, just given history and migration patterns, I think the one color that can be effectively ruled out is pasty white (e.g., Christian Bale).
The return of the company to Chicago after almost 17 years was a gift to lovers of dance.
I just had an AHA! moment and felt the need to let you cool kids in on it, too. You see, recently, I went to my media hero Andy Cohen's second book launch for The Andy Cohen Diaries.
Dear Dr. Cosby, I grew up in the 1970s and 1980s and am one of your children. Of course, not one of your biological children, but rather one of the millions of kids who were Black, Brown, urban, middle class or any number of diverse upbringings who were deeply influenced by your shows and your comedy.
Feminism has become the word du jour. But what's its message? Its goals? Why is it so divisive?
"I don't understand why everyone is always going on about my butt. I'm Armenian. It's normal."