You don't need me hurling the "nice guys finish last" clichÃ© anywhere near this post, but it's utterly unavoidable after the latest series of Dodger disappointments and I just can't help it. So apologies all around. Yes, Don Mattingly is a good guy, ostensibly supported "to a man" in the clubhouse ... More >>
By Tyler Trykowski Could gays of the 1980s imagine what it would be like to be gay in 2013? From the Supreme Court pondering marriage equality to NFL players weighing how best to come out, the way we're gay today is nothing like it's ever been before. And for that modern gay man, West Hollywood ma ... More >>
The dozen or so people gathered at Atwater Crossing on this Wednesday night are watching the first episode of Friends. You remember how it goes: After ditching her fiance, runaway bride Rachel starts a new life in Manhattan with the help of her friends -- uptight Monica, ditzy Phoebe, smarmy Chan ... More >>
See also: Rock Out With Your Lockout: 5 Awful Athlete Songs Sunday is Wrestlemania 28, the WWE's annual sports-entertainment extravaganza. This year's card, headlined by The Rock vs. John Cena, is among the most anticipated of all time. One of our favorite parts of the event is the spectacle of th ... More >>
Eating at Wahlburgers, you won't get six-pack abs like Mark Wahlberg in his Calvin Klein heyday. You can, however, enjoy the vicarious (and guiltless) thrill of watching the former Funky Bunch frontman help run a burger emporium. Wahlberg and his brothers may sign on for a reality series th ... More >>
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