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The Problem Isn't the Picture, It's the Perpetrator

The latest nude celebrity photo leak is yet another case of how the Internet often lets people do whatever they want to whomever they want. On Sunday, a user of anonymous Internet message board 4chan posted hundreds of nude photos of some of Hollywood's biggest celebrities, including Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Victoria Justice, and Ariana Grande. Show More Summary

Music and Sweets: A Perfect Combo for a Late Night Bakery

Sometimes I lie in bed and dream of eating another piece of Bonnie Norris' pecan pie. It is the best piece of pie I have ever tasted. I met Bonnie Norris in Napa, California at the Robert Mondavi Musical Festival this summer where she...Show More Summary

A Labor Day Documentary: 'Brothers on the Line' Tells the Story of the Reuther Brothers -- Founding Fathers of the American Middle Class

Ask most Americans to name the most influential siblings in our nation's history and they'll probably think about politics (the Kennedy and Bush brothers), sports (the DiMaggio brothers and the Williams sisters), and show business (the...Show More Summary

Overnighters, Pump, Levitated MassSummerdoc Finale and Others

The Overnighters, Jesse Moss' much lauded film at Sundance, screened last night at Guild Hall, a finale for the Hamptons International Film Festival Summerdocs series. Thinking he was following the story of the many men who descended...Show More Summary

The Venice Diaries: Theeb, How the World Will End, and There's an App for That!

Andrew Garfield and Michael Shannon in a scene from Ramin Bahrani's 99 Homes Would you use an app that sends a message to other users in the area so they could go break up with your boyfriend, or propose to your sweetheart? Well, artist/filmmaker and writer Miranda July thinks you should. Show More Summary

Adrien Brody Makes "Houdini" Worth Watching

TV Review Jackie K Cooper "Houdini" (A&E) Adrien Brody is in the spotlight for two nights when A&E presents "Houdini," a mini-series presented September 1 and 2 at 9PM. This is an in depth look at the life and times of Harry Houdini, the renowned escape artist who stunned the world in the early 1920's. Show More Summary

The Natural -- 30th Anniversary

In the summer of 1983 I traveled from Manhattan to Buffalo, New York to work as a photographer on a movie starring Robert Redford called The Natural. It was a baseball movie, based on a novel by Bernard Malamud who was born in Brooklyn. I started reading the novel on the plane. Show More Summary

Is the Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie Marriage Really a Slap in the Face to Gay Couples?

In case you missed the breathless news, Brad and Angelina just got hitched in a French ceremony that, rather miraculously, they managed to keep secret from the media vultures. Everyone, naturally, is celebrating this long-awaited occasion and dare-we-say happy moment for the impossibly gorgeous A-list pair. Show More Summary

The Best Singles of the 1990s That Missed the Top 50, Part 1

The 1990s (like any decade) had its share of magnificent pop songs that, for whatever reasons, didn't scratch the Top 50 on Billboard's charts. Today, many of these tracks have fallen into obscurity, but they deserve another listen, as they still sound incredible. Show More Summary

How The Giver Gets It Wrong

Since I'm always intrigued by cinematic visions of the future, I checked out The Giver, the new movie based on the 1993 children's/young-adult novel by Lois Lowry. I can't say whether the movie does justice to the book, which I haven't...Show More Summary

A Childless Woman's Thank You to Jennifer Aniston

I've always been a fan of Jennifer Aniston. I'm drawn to the actress's girl-next-door personality, gorgeous hair and toned body. After watching her interview with Carson Daly on Today, I respect -- and relate to -- the Friends star even more. Show More Summary

Simon Kinberg talks Star Wars and an exclusive preview Rebels

There are few things certain in this world, but one of those few things I'm most excited about is that more Star Wars is coming. Next year sees the release of the first new Star Wars film in a decade and October sees the release of a brand new animated series in the world. Show More Summary

Beyoncé's Hip New Club: Feminism

It's been eight years since I got my master's degree, eight years since my fingers turned the pages of feminist manifestos, longer since I've sat in Women's Studies courses with wide-eyed enthusiasm and a silent promise brewing in my...Show More Summary

5 Twisted Thrillers For 'Gone Girl' Fans

By Vanessa Willoughby for IndieReader As the film campaign for David Fincher's adaptation of Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl slowly but steadily barrels ahead (see the most recent trailer here), I can't help but remember why I was addicted to the novel. Show More Summary

Solo Concerts, Stealin' Home & Similar Skin: Chats with Bruce Hornsby, Iain Matthews and Umphrey's McGee...Plus!

A Conversation with Bruce Hornsby Mike Ragogna: How are you doing, Bruce? Bruce Hornsby: I'm doing fine, but "...you don't come to Vegas and talk to a man like Moe Greene like that!" MR: [laughs] "Fredo, you're my brother and I love you. Show More Summary

Katie Holmes Has Her Ups and Downs -- But Don't Blame Tom Cruise

"NOBODY GETS justice. People only get good luck or bad luck," said Orson Welles. •Katie Holmes is an excellent actress and a mighty attractive woman. However, since her divorce from Tom Cruise, her career, unlike that of her predecessor, Nicole Kidman, hasn't exactly hit the heights. Show More Summary

Sofia Vergara Haters -- Just Shut Up!

It's not often I profess to know more than Newsweek or the Chicago Tribune. But I sure as hell do today. A lot is being said about Sofia Vergara's rotating pedestal act at the Emmys. Most of it bad. Very bad. Newsweek and the Chicago Tribune are just a small slice of the pie. Show More Summary

Time to Pick America's Hero Dog - the Real Super Hero of Unconditional Love

Every dog has his day... If only each could claim the winner's purse as America's Hero Dog... that is my wish for the exceptional eight nominees - real life super heroes competing in the final round of the American Humane Association's (AHA) 2014 Hero Dog Awards. Show More Summary

Yes, Jennifer Lawrence Can Be a Body Positive Role Model

I am about to talk about negative body image. I consider myself qualified to write about this because I occasionally (read: often) have a negative body image. Yes, women can blame the patriarchy. However, men also suffer from negative body image. Show More Summary

7 Best New Fall TV Shows for Teens and Families

By Sierra Filucci, Common Sense Media TV Editor For serious TV fans, fall is a time to get excited about a new crop of network shows. Unfortunately, much of this season's lineup is too edgy for whole-family viewing. Still, there is hope if you're looking for something good to watch with your kids -- especially older kids. Show More Summary

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