There are some really hilarious things that have happened in the online food world thanks to Guy Fieri. The on-point parody, Passover At Guy Fieri's H...
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Nora Ephron's success as a humor writer stands as a permanent rebuttal to any writer who decides to script another "women aren't funny" headline.
From "Silkwood" (1983) to "When Harry Met Sally" (1989) to "Julie & Julia" (2009), Nora Ephron's movies have long been a part of our collective consci...
A onetime New Yorker and front man for indie rockers Bravo Silva, L.A. musician and singer-songwriter Henry Wolfe's new album, Linda Vista, will be out late March 2011.
I am suspect of people who come to me and ask what kind of book they should write. If you don't know you should not be writing a book.
If movies succeeded on their ambitions alone, St. John of Las Vegas would be hilarious. But St. John misses the mark almost every time.
The Golden Globe awards are often the best of the awards shows, because they're more freewheeling and it appears no one really takes them seriously.
I couldn't help but notice that there was an awful lot of cocktail drinking going on in Julie & Julia. There's a certain civility to occasionally unwinding and sharing your day over a cocktail.
Julie Powell, author of the extremely successful book-into-movie, "Julie & Julia", has a new memoir, "Cleaving: A Story of Marriage, Meat, and Obsessi...
At Culinary School of the Rockies, appreciation for Julia Child's role in modern American cooking is a given. Office staffers are trying out Child's r...
No matter what twists we see in Publishing 2.0, a love story running through Julie & Julia is that sometimes, after the solitary act of writing, the world writes you back.
Instead of consulting the Kama Sutra, I leaf through Ina Garten's Barefoot Contessa and my husband is served something hot and steamy.
Everyone has heard of you -- the blogger who set out in 2002 to cook every recipe in Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking, which was turned into a book and then a movie.
if you like food, friendship, romance, sex, comedy, Paris or New York, you'll probably love Julie & Julia.
My friend Susan Spungen is a food stylist, but she's not just any old food stylist. It's arguable that she is responsible for the way in which the food looks in the magazines and cookbooks that we read today.
After seeing Julie & Julia I decided to read what was written about Julie Powell back when she was still actively engaged in her project.
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