Who would have thought John Waters would write perhaps the most sensitive, thought-provoking piece ever on the Tate-La Bianca murders?
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Celebrity safety is everyone's responsibility.
We live in a world of stories, not a world of events — as Michael Jackson's story proves.
Driving up Highway 1 to San Francisco on July 1, we decided to take a detour and stop at Neverland Ranch.
Growing up in the 70s, my sister and I had posters of Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett on our walls.
The weight of fame.
It is foolish of us to give Oprah so much power, and allow her to control our lives and buying decisions.
Orcar Wilde's rise, celebrity, and downfall are the meat of this masterpiece, presented as the writer's own journal.
Where is the outrage over what Hilton said to Miss California? Aren't we better than this?