It probably reflects a more mature Lisa Loeb; how could it not? I'm ten years older, too.
Probe a soul man and, if he has the requisite popularity, you will find a rock star.
This Summer's latest hip-hop trends that are "in" and "out."
I have really, really had it with the packaging of mature subject matter with G and PG rated films. I took my 8 yr old daughter to see Princess Diaries 2 the other night which is rated G. What was one of the movies for which they showed a trailer before the start of the movie?: Alien vs. Predator!!!!
If you watched HBO's Def Poetry and wished you could be up there rocking your poetry for the whole world to consume, here's an opportunity. They are scouting for poets for their new season.
Though his New Yorkers live somewhat dreamy lives, Rinaldi’s New York is not a modern-day version of Mark Helprin’s from A Winter’s Tale (though Echo Terrace’s rooftop Independence Day party bears a distant relation to Helprin’s images of TB victims lying on rooftops all over Manhattan). It’s not even Woody Allen’s. It’s the real thing.
Dog days. Summer heat. Sultry nights where ice cubes and ceiling fans are your best friend. That's the essence of Melt, the newest writing contest from Torquere Press. However you want to interpret it, we want it. Show us how you beat the heat.
The reigning champion of "cool killers" is back in action in Barry Eisler's latest thriller. [Book review]
I asked my friends over at Channel Trend for a quick view on the markets. Currently, they favor stocks over cash and bonds in their asset allocation. They went on to say they favor low risk stocks and here are a list of their favorities.
Orit Gadiesh, CEO of Bain & Co., was ranked #91 on Forbes' "100 Most Powerful Women" list. Of course, the Israeli news programs wouldn't let this event pass away, and they indeed proudly presented the ranking, with the "israeli" lady on the 91-st place.
Sunday, one of the most famous icons in modern art -- Edvard Munch's "The Scream" -- was stolen from its home in the Munch Museum in Oslo, Norway.
And the NYT has a typo...
Boston Globe columnist Oliphant finds that Kerry "may have been nicked some at the margins" by his Cambodia story. Nicked? Nicked like the Black Knight!
A real hero and patriot attacks a pseudo-hero and borderline-traitor...