I've long said that one of the things of which I'm most proud is the fact that I've never danced the "Macarena."
So what's a meme? Why is "binders full of women" now elevated to the position of the leading meme of the day, rather than simply another example of what happens to a panicked mind that, under intense pressure, is forced into revealing itself?
The good news for parents is that even the worst role models can serve as a starting point for some important discussions with kids.
It's not too much of a stretch to consider the Kardashian clan as the modern day Bennet family, but for the sake of the youngest members let's hope it's not too late to rewrite their story.
For your edification, a look back at the phrases, nouns, and neologisms that have, for better or for worse, shaped the week's national discourse.
A list of the most popular baby names state-by-state put out by the Social Security Administration proves that people are watching the Kardashians.
The surfacing of sex tapes among people in Hollywood has become so common that some tapes are leaked as a marketing strategy to advance or establish fame.
Building a brand is something that takes a lot of thought and time. Once you find what ultimately makes your readers tick on both a materialistic level and a human level, people will be able to relate to you and your words.
Welcome to the world of having an only, where every day someone is checking out my belly or blatantly asking me why Junior doesn't have a biologically, built-in-the-U.S.-of-me playmate.
Is Kris Jenner the Wicked Witch Of The West (Coast), guilty of selling her eldest daughter to the masses? We may never know. But equally intriguing, is the fact that the public's appetite for all things Kardashian has grown to a seemingly insatiable level.
Much has been said about the Kardashian family's style. They each have a signature style: Kim's curve-hugging looks, Khloe's off-the-...
As a plus-size woman, I'm ecstatic that someone as stylish as the Kardashians have decided to make jeans with girls like me in mind. Yes, "big girls" need love (and jeans) too.
American "cool" has been trending from a point of distinction into a sea of non-descriptiveness for some time. You know: Miles Davis meets Kim Kardashian, and the birth of cool mopes into the death of cool. And we only have ourselves to thank for it.
I have no doubt I'll get sucked into the drama -- I have a hunch most reality show producers were probably trained by the Dharma Initiative. Who will Emily pick tonight? Will it matter? Will their love be everlasting? Will I care? We'll see...
So let's rework the stories. Or, better yet, write our own. One with regular people doing everyday and extraordinary things. No tiaras, castles or princes needed.
Every business dreams of the holy grail of advertising -- the idea that makes people guffaw; the commercial they don't want to fast-forward through; the billboard they actually read; the outrageous stunt that generates free media coverage.