While tweens flock to see the latest installment of the vampire saga Twilight this weekend, a humbler Twilight opening will be happening in a studio in Highland Park.
The world was missing something and I realized it was sexy, forbidden love between a young teen girl and a thousand-year-old decomposing Egyptian mummy prince.
Kristen Stewart sat down with us to talk about her new movie which is about vampire zombies. Here are some questions and then her answers. Kristen te...
Despite the stereotyped and violent gender themes, there are still many good reasons to read these novels. Reconciliation is the premier gospel theme that binds the story together.
Two days before Hurricane Irene, New Orleans rockers Mutemath and I took refuge in the lower depths of the historic rock venue Mercury Lounge in New York City.
It is not the responsibility of The Help to be the be-all, end-all big-studio movie involving the Civil Rights Movement. It does not concern itself with those who actively fought for freedom because that is not the story being told.
We as women and girls can't just demand more interesting and engaging female characters. We have waited too long already. We have to write the books and -- if necessary -- publish them ourselves.
Preserved Victorian architecture and annual music festivals make this seaside town in Washington a destination for tourists of all species.
With nearly ten years of anticipation, The Boy Who Lived has returned to the top of the opening weekend charts with a massive $169.1 million Friday-Sunday gross.
The Walking Dead is the best example in recent memory of the incredible divide between our cultural perception of violence vs. sex and language.
Reese Witherspoon recently ruined the fantasy of thousands of tweens when she spilled some intense Hate-o-rade on Twilight star, Robert Pattinson.
The explosion of information has created a need to group data in meaningful ways. Curation encourages users to form niche communities around their passions by sharing content that centers on their core specialty.
Nostalgia has is merits, but some youthful classics aren't destined to age with me. This is why I fear the inevitable day when I read about a new series in which Harriet the Spy runs the CIA.
Dear bloggers: they tell you that success on the Internet is all about grabbing eyeballs, but nobody tells you how to get those eyeballs.