I've always been vocal about standing up against social injustices. There's a reason God gave me this voice, right? I look forward to the day when I can "pronounce" same-sex marriage no longer illegal: "You may now kiss that outdated law goodbye!"
I want to be excited about a new blue-collar sitcom starring Roseanne. But as it stands, I'm not optimistic. It's not that I don't have faith in Roseanne: on the contrary, I place most if not all of my faith in her. But I've been let down before.
It's summer: time to start hating yourself for accidentally falling asleep while watching TV like an elderly person. So which shows will you watch the first 15 minutes of this summer? We've narrowed it down to the 12 best, most summery shows.
In his opening remarks to "Andy Warhol: Motion Pictures," MoMA's Chief Curator at Large Klaus Biesenbach told us to think of Warhol's screen tests -- 12 of which are presented in large-scale on the wall of one gallery -- as portraits.