Aziz Ansari of Parks and Rec just released his first CD and DVD, Intimate Moments For a Sensual Evening, and it's hysterical. Watch him talk trash about Coldstone Creamery one minute, and Celine Dion the next.
I was pleased to hear that MTV is taking the lead on bringing cyberbullying to their wide audience of young people. Their multi-year initiative, "A Thin Line," is intended to empower youth to stop the spread of digital abuse.
In the two weeks that I traveled with Mr. McCoy this summer, visiting AIDS clinics in South Africa, India and the Philippines, I saw the songwriter transform from a boy to a man and from a rapper to an artist.
It seems everyone's fascination with MTV goes into a natural decline as we grow out of our teens, but it seemed like the influx of filler programs like "My Super Sweet 16" and "Next" was the last nail in the coffin.