It was several months ago that I received a text on my blackberry from Oprah with a short message, "Call me!" I was in a dinner meeting and left briefly to call her. Oprah picked up the phone and said, "I hear you are going to India and I would like to join you there and do an interview as well." So began our adventure.
Sharon Needles has come under fire for a Facebook comment she appears to have made in February that has emerged and begun circulating around the Internet. Though there has been no official response from Needles, this could very well impact her image as fans vote.
He expected her to wait for him, but she's a modern woman and she can get home on her own. It's telling that she doesn't expect him to come back for her, or does she just not want to be there when he does?
Why are there so many stories about "Girls," of which we've seen exactly two episodes? Where are all the pieces taking television studios and networks to task for commissioning shows created and run by middle-aged, upper-middle-class, heterosexual white men?
But there was one thing missing from the final installment of Frozen Planet: in 45 minutes, not a word was uttered about why all that Arctic ice is melting. Discovery has admitted to wanting to avoid criticism from climate change deniers.
In this interview, taped in India, Dr. Chopra talks about his ground-breaking work in the field of mind-body medicine, the lessons he's learned from his parents and family, the influence that India's rich cultural traditions have had on his journey.