Literally is supposed to mean "literally." It now mean "figuratively." Although this phenomenon started many decades ago, LBL believes that only recently has the word "figuratively" finally given up the fight and slunk back to wherever it originally came from.
To that NPR listener, and anyone else who faults Kim Kardashian as "what's wrong with America" I say you're the one who's wrong. This is a smart woman and a savvy entrepreneur. To me, a business owner, she's everything that's right about America.
I attended Kim Kardashian West Live at the Castro Theater In San Francisco on June 30th. She was signing her book, Selfish and was interviewed by Judge LaDoris Cordell outgoing San Jose Police Independent Auditor. Here are 10 things I learned.
As kids, we've all fantasized about growing up and becoming rich and famous. But for celebrity kids, success is something that they're born with. Thanks to their already well-known names, some of these Hollywood kids are carving out their own slice of fame.
Well, suffice it to say that we don't actually need to reach the end of 2015 before we know the name of the year is Caitlyn. I thought that the name of the year would be Charlotte (Elizabeth Diana) but boy was I wrong!
Should you buy your 10-year-old a cell phone? Let her wear pink lip gloss? Post on FB, Instagram, Snap Chat, and Vine? Date? Wear a bra if there's nothing there?
Using something like the Kardashian craze as a reminder that everything happens for a reason seems frivolous and silly. But there is a reason. There is always a reason.
Women should be allowed to be sexy without being slammed. So, thank you Ariana, Miley, and Kim for speaking out about all these issues surrounding female sexuality. Your audiences of young women will really benefit from hearing you.
I've come close to getting laser treatments three times. The first, when I was in college, was after a friend's older sister announced that it was "the greatest thing ever."
Caitlyn Jenner travels in the rarefied Hollywood air where she can get the best everything to make her transition a resounding success worthy of the Vanity Fair cover. But in the end, members of her beloved Republican Party are plotting to humiliate her and other transgender Americans.
I can certainly understand Kris' need to have a title of power that reflects the hugely impressive job she does in both raising her daughters and managing their careers. How many woman can say they have built an empire on the public's fascination with a family that does, well, nothing.
Who wouldn't applaud such bravery in the public eye? But I am applauding for a different reason.
To be fair, I'd actually done it a few times in weeks prior and found it to be gentle and relaxing. But apparently, that was just the placebo effect because two hours into dinner, it kicked in. My temperature started rising and everyone in the room was suddenly out for my blood. I felt like a Stark at the Red Wedding.
I finally hit the wall. I can't take it anymore. As a reporter and admitted purveyor of pop culture, I must bite the hand that feeds me and officially...
On March 5th, each Wellesley College student and alumna received an e-mail announcing the school's modified acceptance policy, which now includes tran...
It's not just that Caitlyn Jenner looks good. It's the amount of courage she has to have to put herself out there, first on television as a man, and then on the cover of Vanity-freakin'-Fair as a woman. And not a young woman, either. Jenner is 65-years-old -- midlife, but approaching her senior years.