Over the last several weeks, leading up to the tenth anniversary of 9/11, there has been a lot of talk about Graydon Carter's declaration on September...
When it comes to typefaces, I've long been an Arial man. Still, I'm typing this on my aging Mac in Helvetica. Why? I've finished reading Simon Garfield's irresistible Just My Type: A Book About Fonts.
As a tribute to Steve Jobs, who stepped down last night as CEO of Apple, here are the funniest parodies of Apple's most revolutionary products.
Despite the latest rumors of replacement on the 2012 ticket, Joe Biden is having the time of his life -- and he's had a lot of times.
The Onion, of course, is satire, so their campaign for a Pulitzer is heavily laced with humor. Humorous or not, though, they've got a serious point.
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea is regarded as this sort of action classic that defined a genre, but when you read it, all the characters do is sit around eating endangered species.
A look back at the funniest parodies Glenn Beck has inspired during his short-lived reign as the craziest person on TV.
Twitter officially turns 5 years old today. To celebrate, here are some of funniest videos Twitter has inspired over the years.
American pioneer and hero President Sarah Palin wasn't even able to make Christianity the official national religion of the original United States until well into her second term.
If you are eager for an alternative to Western coverage of world events, you can now find China's perspective on international news in parts of Africa, Europe and Asia -- in English.
This week, we turn our attention to the funniest political videos of the year, made exclusively for the web.
Elizabeth Edwards' courage and grace in living her life, and facing her death, puts all of our petty concerns into sharp perspective for a clear moment.
Conan O'Brien showed us one more of Oprah's favorite things, once and for all demonstrating why her audience behaves the way they do.
I view each of the films chronicled in my book as a lost little orphan just waiting to be discovered by indulgent audiences able to look past its initial critical and commercial failure.
On the anniversary of 9/11, Americans are asking each other where they were during the attacks. I was in theater class in Dallas when my teacher told ...
A Satirical video re: Greenwashing via The Onion. So inspiring--none of these new recipes via Taco Bell use ingredients taken from poor Mother Nature...