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There was a time when using the term "Mexican" was thought to be impolite. Perhaps that sentiment stems from the Chicano identity movement of the 1960s and '70s, when activists wanted it known that not every suspect ... More >>
In our celeb-obsessed culture, it seems everything is fair game. We gather around blogs that pick apart stars' outfits and possible romantic entanglements and other scandals. So are celebrity children fair game?
Blogger Allie Hagan attempts to make light of that idea. However, being a 25-year-old p ... More >>
Blake Robin is a nu-disco producer and DJ who performs under the name Baron von Luxxury. In the summer of 2007, his close friends Theresa Duncan and Jeremy Blake, a glamorous couple who were fixtures in the New York art scene, both committed suicide. She died from an overdose of Tylenol PM combined ... More >>
T. NguyenEveryone has a Julia Child story. Nancy Silverton has one. Martha Rose Shulman has one. Mary Sue Milliken has one. We have one. We bet you do, too.
Today is Julia Child's birthday -- it would have been her 99th -- and it's hard not to appreciate this wonderful woman for all she did ... More >>
Like everyone else out there, we check out Playboy just for the articles. So we were pretty excited when we sat down to check out the fairly lengthy interview with Justin Timberlake. The multi-talented dancer/singer/actor opened up about his life and career and a) dealt a blow to drug enforce ... More >>
Dr. Orly Taitz EsquireThe questionably sane postergirl of the birther movement just won't quitDid birther diehards Gary Kreep and Orly Taitz learn nothing from Donald Trump's humiliating roast at the White House Correspondents' Association dinner this weekend?
Outlook not so good.
WordRidden/FlickrThe National Magazine Awards finalists were announced yesterday, and aside from the usual suspects (The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Esquire), never-before-nominated Cooking Light was a finalist in the Leisure Interests category -- alongside Golf Digest, Runner's World and Los ... More >>
[Originally published 2/4/11]
Veteran rock writer Marc Spitz just published a fairly nonsensical essay on the Vanity Fair blog about how watching the Black Eyed Peas at the Super Bowl (an event that hasn't happened yet) is gonna change his life and how they are as punk rock as the Village P ... More >>
"You are forbidden!": Marr to hip-wannabe David Cameron
Conservative politicians and non-conservative pop musicians are always having altercations about the former's use of the latter's music and hipness for nefarious political purposes.
The latest spat concerns UK Prime Minister David Came ... More >>