Although some suggested with absolute certainty that Shakespeare and his ilk were surely rolling over in their respective graves, "Twitterature" remained highly anticipated. And then it happened.
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Holidays are for families. I am so proud to be a member of a community that acknowledges that by creating families from the most unlikely of people in the most unusual of ways.
This was an era when the original Mad Men ruled the collective unconscious, when a gleaming pastel future, and, by extension, a lavishly sterile present, were held up as ideals and goals.
Tomorrow HarperCollins releases Going Rogue: An American Life, by Sarah Palin. Although the book clocks in at 432 pages, it's actually written in pencil on Big Chief tablet paper.
The designers will not only be creating a Sparkle Dance number, but they'll be creating it specifically for a Grammy-winning, risk-taking fashionista diva, namely Christina Aguilera.
Surely Southern Californians are not the only ones in history to be nominated for the Cultural Wasteland Hall Of Fame.
New York City can be a funny place. Last week the city was hilarious thanks to the sixth annual New York Comedy Festival, a week-long celebration of stand-up comedy.
President Obama's speech to the Human Rights Campaign was inspirational, stirring, and, like most performances not backed up by any action, meant nothing.
I think we owe it to the Copenhagen participants to recognize that, for these two weeks, they made the debate over health care seem reasonable by comparison.
A is for Amy & Adonis is a comic story of romantic redemption. The aim is to provide a fun and fast read with characters you can connect to emotionally.
Your Body is a Wonderland? Is this a love song or the ultimate nightclub diss? "Girl, your body so big, they done turned it into a theme park! Can I get a what-what?!"
The boys note that there are only four of them left. Nic says "We gotta get rid of some of the girls!" and follows this up with, "Shirin, you're OUT!" Uh-oh. Is he starting to grow on me?
I told you not to lie to me about your family's history of kidney disease! Why you gotta play me that way? Probably have a history of cardiac incidents at a young age, too, huh?
Dear Dinner Companion, Your friend is right. Never cheapen yourself by sleeping with a guy for a hamburger.
White House economic adviser Austan Goolsbee won first prize in the 16th annual "D.C.'s Funniest Celebrity" contest last night. In his performance he...
SUNY Potsdam is a great place to watch hockey. Everyone's cold and pissed off, so all the hatred and bitterness that comes with going to school in the arctic comes out during the games.
It strikes me as downright surreal that Stewart and Colbert, and not the 'real' anchorpersons, seem to be the people on TV who actively adhere to concepts like fairness, primary sources and facts.
A TV writer tries his hand at a feature film. His friend reads the script, thinks it's an ungodly mess of muddled symbolism and Freud 101 anxieties. "Be honest," the writer says.
I live in what journalists call Brownstone Brooklyn and I wear Crocs often. I once wore Crocs to a wedding. You got a problem with that?
Even more distressing than the existence of what one might call "play rompers" is the rise of the formal romper. Nothing says chic like an outfit you must remove completely in order to urinate.
Based on the reaction from the packed crowd at The New York Television Festival's screening,
The Cleveland Show will be a welcome in many homes.
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