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How to Be Top Dog In Marketing And Personal Branding
Stacey Ross Cohen
President and CEO, Co-Communications; Personal branding expert...
Mary Bowers, who hails from Beverly Hills, CA, is one of Major League Eating's most recognizable personalities. Positioned
Meet Jake Marcionette, the Youngest
New York Times
When he was twelve years old, Florida-based Jake Marcionette released his debut book,
, a loosely autobiographical, laugh-out-loud comedy adventure.
The Gift of Gab: Where Does Jon Stewart Rank Among the Best TV Talkers?
Where the culture conversation is happening. Users shape, shar...
Make your list now! Here are the current rankings, according to Culturalist's list makers...how do they square with your
3 Leadership Lessons Learned From Jon Stewart
Empowering changemakers around the world
As the world celebrates Jon Stewart's contributions to comedy, news and politics and mourns his departure from
The Daily Show
, many people are forgetting that Stewart is more than just a talented satirist. He's an outstanding leader.
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to Our Daily Lives: Let Us Join the Mighty Conversations
Trisha Kehaulani Watson, JD, PhD
Author and scholar, specializing in culture, the environment a...
Jon Stewart showed us night after night that you could use media and culture to take intellectual frustration from your personal life to the airwaves. Marginalized thoughts and voices didn't have to stay marginalized. They could fight to the center. They could inspire change.
Jon Stewart: What He Did for Love
Cynthia Dagnal Myron
Award-winning former reporter for the Chicago Sun Times and Ar...
Okay, he had an agenda. But it was an agenda that made many media pundits a little nervous. I mean, here are some excerpts from the speech he gave to an adoring crowd that day.
After Jon Stewart, Can We Find the Funny?
Rev. Dr. Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite
Professor of Theology, Chicago Theological Seminary
Last night, at the end of his last "Daily Show" program on Comedy Central, Jon Stewart told his audience and viewers that they were the ones who had to carry on the work of finding the humor in the hypocrisy of the world.
Art of Aha: Hooking Up
Michelle Tennant Nicholson
Award-winning author, human development expert and publicist
site motto is: "Life is short. Have an affair." The exact reason I choose to be honest is because life is short. You can have risk and enjoy the growth from risk, without breaking your word to another person.
If Jon Stewart Interviewed a Stay-at-Home Mom
JON: Again, not everyone has an angel willing to take care of the kids. JON: Sounds like you have a whole network you've
Trevor Noah, Twitter And The Uses Of Social-Media Outrage
Of course, some people are jerks, online and off, but I don’t have to tell Noah, a well-traveled comedian, there are morons
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
Trevor Noah Takes On Racism And Police Brutality Before Taking Over 'The Daily Show'
But once the Charlie Hebdo attacks happened, things went back to the way they had been, with Muslims singled out and scrutinized
Jon Stewart Does A Brilliant Uncensored Q&A With His Audience In This Rare Behind-The-Scenes Clip
DO NOT MAKE EYE CONTACT WITH JON!
Watch Jon Stewart's Laugh Lines Emerge In 'Daily Show' Time-Lapse Video
Stewart, now 52, began hosting "The Daily Show" on Comedy Central in January 1999 after Craig Kilborn left. His last episode
A Serious Thank You Note to Jon Stewart & The Daily Show #Charleston
Jonathan is a professional husband, Baba and InterVarsity's Ne...
Thank you. Before watching your monologue this morning I was numb. Perhaps it was after the Walter Scott video was shown over and over again or the pending repeat of the Parsley Massacre in the Dominican Republic.
Jon Stewart Gets His Long-Overdue Revenge On Donald Rumsfeld
The Daily Show Stewart has said he regrets not being harder on Rumsfeld in a 2011 interview. And while he may not have another
This Jon Stewart Tribute Is Everything You've Ever Loved About Him
Mustn't ... cry ... Jon Stewart's tenure as host of "The Daily Show" is soon coming to a close. And before we get all weepy
CULTURE & ARTS
Jim Parsons Carries "An Act of God," Broadway's Latest Laugh-Out-Loud Comedy
Studio 54 boasts a legacy of irreverence. The opera house turned television studio turned disco club became one of the sexiest venues in New York City during the '70s, kenneling the coolest cats in the country.
Kristen Schaal Perfectly Mocks The Dad Bod Trend
Schaal continued praising the acceptance of the dad bod with a thick coat of sarcasm, adding that the trend will help men
How the Nightly Show Changed Late Night
writer, editor, redheaded stepchild
It's no surprise that late night TV has been a White Boy's Club for a while now. Finally this year Comedy Central gave Larry Wilmore, former Daily Show correspondent, his own show, The Nightly Show.
'The Daily Show' Tries To Get Congress To 'F**king Cooperate' With A Snappy Viral Video
#FUCO It's a simple idea though. Solving problems by working together. In other words, f**king cooperate? F**cking cooperate
This Is The 'Daily Show' Interview Jon Stewart Regrets Most
E. Oliver Whitney
For the full interview, head over to The Guardian. In a discussion with The Guardian, the host said he wishes he questioned
Trevor Noah Shouldn't Be Fired, But That Doesn't Mean His Critics Are Wrong
In the history of stand-up comedy, has anyone who started with "fat chicks are only sexy if you're drunk" jokes ever evolved into something more?
What Jon Stewart Taught Me About Advocacy
Chief Operating Officer, The Bromwich Group
With access to more viewers than any press conference, Stewart has pushed his interview subjects -- then and now -- to not just bring their A game, but their A+ game. He does his homework, asks hard questions and often has a trick up his sleeve
Trevor Noah To Replace Jon Stewart As The New 'Daily Show' Host
E. Oliver Whitney
Noah, a South African comedian and one of the newest "Daily Show" correspondents, was mentioned Friday as the front-runner
John Legend Talks 'Blurred Lines' Case & Common's Controversial Remarks On Ending Racism
By Associated Press, Associated Press
Legend also spoke about collaborating with Sam Smith, whose debut album earned him Grammys for song and record of the year
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