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6 Celebrity Moms That Are Changing the World

Who said being a mom is a limiting career? These power moms prove that a lot can be accomplished while being a mother. In honor of Mother's Day, here's six of the most powerful, inspiring, and badass moms in the celebrity realm who are using their status to change the world and offer up a new kind of role model for every woman. Show More Summary

Judy Collins at the Café Carlyle: A Master at Work

Beginning with her first song, "Open the Door," Judy Collins had her audience at the Café Carlyle on the opening night of her 2-week run in thrall. A performer for 56 years, her crystalline sound, whether she's accompanying herself on acoustic guitar or at piano, rang clear. Show More Summary

Puffy Daddy Takes Over SLS Foxtail Pool Club Fight Weekend

Lil' Wayne, Mase & Puff Daddy - Photo Credit: Angela Cripps- CIROC Vodka Vegas was alive this weekend with the highly anticipated Mayweather/Pacquiao fight at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino. Casino hosts were snapping up tickets forShow More Summary

Making It Or Breaking It On the Third Record: Low Cut Connie's Brilliant Hi Honey (Contender Records)

Radiohead's third album was OK Computer. Green Day's was Dookie. For their third act, The Clash unleashed a sprawling, double-wide revolution entitled London Calling. For some bands, the third album is a make-or-break endeavor, the moment...Show More Summary

Bye, Bye, Starbucks! Hello,'Café Glass'

If you thought Jean-Luc Godard's Alphaville presented a bleak future, see Wen Ren's 2025 and weep. In his nine-minute short, "Café Glass," which the 25-year-old directed, shot, wrote, edited, and co-produced, what lies ahead for espresso...Show More Summary

Something Is Off Kilter in the Avenger's World (And It Has to Do With Women)

Spoiler Alert: If you plan on seeing the new Avenger's movie, you might want to save reading this post until after you see it. I mention some details that are not huge giveaways, but they are surprises. Avengers: Age of Ultron is on track to be one of the top grossing movies of all time. Show More Summary

Universal Orlando's Skull Island: Reign of Kong promises thrilling multi-experiential adventure through King Kong's domain

For almost 40 years now, there have been King Kong-themed attractions at the Universal theme parks. Whether it was the King Kong Encounter which was added to Universal Studios Hollywood's tram tour back in 1986... ... or the King Kongfrontation ride, which was one of the opening day attractions at the Universal Studios Florida... ... Show More Summary

Premiere: EDM Rockers Cheat Codes Have Hit Their Stride With 'Senses'

EDM may have peaked, but that doesn't mean there isn't room for new, exciting music in the genre to break out. Just when you think you've had all the massive electronic drops you can handle, the right one comes along and helps you remember...Show More Summary

Tavis Smiley: My Conversation With Mariel Hemingway on Mental Health Awareness

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and tonight I'm joined by Mariel Hemingway, one of the nation's leading advocates for mental health awareness and suicide prevention programs. The Academy Award-nominated actress and bestsellingShow More Summary

The Moon Hoax, Jon Stewart, And Other Reminders That Fake News Is The Best News

In an age when a "fake" news anchor like Jon Stewart earns more respect than a "real" news anchor like Brian Williams, it's only natural to pine for a time when journalism was a more honorable profession than it seems today. But this is wishful thinking--the "golden age fallacy," as media critic W. Show More Summary

Nils Lofgren: The sun hasn't set on this boy yet

As I sat at B.B. King's Blues Club and Grill in New York Monday evening watching Nils Lofgren do a stunning 90-minute solo show, I was hurtled 40 years back in time, when writing about rock'n'roll was as much a passion for me as writing...Show More Summary

Mad Men: Horizons Lost and Not Yet Found

The second-to-last episode of Mad Men ever, "Lost Horizon," was another fine episode in a fine final run of episodes, but perhaps unnecessary. Neither we nor the characters learn anything we don't already know. With just two episodes left after this one in the life of the series, most of the characters seem set in their trajectories, save for one. Show More Summary

Great Conversations: Barry Levinson

I interviewed Barry Levinson a few days before 9/11 regarding his heist comedy, "Bandits." Released a month later, the film's askew humor failed to draw big audiences from an American public largely still in mourning, in spite of strong critical response. Show More Summary

When End of Times Is Actually a New Beginning

Making it happen. Getting it done. Those are traits I admire, and this week they are on full display at Live Nation in an announcement made by Billy Corgan and the Smashing Pumpkins. Before going any further, I must issue a disclaimer. Show More Summary

Stan & Deliver: Why Hip-Hop Fans Hate Talking Nas

I have been a Knicks fan since I was 11 or 12 years old.  Even with the misery of sitting through a season of inept play and intentional tanking, there remains a place in my heart for a team that played with grit and determination and, if it not for a certain number 23, might have won a ring or two. Show More Summary

The MovieFilm Podcast: Disassembling Avengers: Age of Ultron

Avengers: Age of Ultron is the number one film in the world, and the MovieFilm gang is here to offer our thoughts on the long-awaited, much-anticipated superhero sequel from Marvel Studios ( read my review here ). We talk our likes,Show More Summary

How (Not) to Represent Turner Syndrome in Media

I can think of only one time when a person with Turner Syndrome has ever appeared on television or in a film. That was in "Clock" an episode from season eight of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit that aired in 2006. And let me tell you,...Show More Summary

8 Rules for Requesting Songs at a Wedding

I have been a wedding DJ for the past 19 years, and in that time, I have worked with more than 350 couples in planning and executing their big day. I just met with a couple who is getting married later in the year. They are lovely people who chose most of the music for their reception. Show More Summary

'Grey's Anatomy' Recap: Life Goes On in "She's Leaving Home"

Note: Do not read on if you have not seen Season 11, Episode 22-23 of ABC's Grey's Anatomy, titled "She's Leaving Home." Did you even think it was possible that this story could go on? It's impressive that they did and I don't think it was even that forced or cheesy. Show More Summary

The Night Loves Them: Alan Doyle and the Beautiful Gypsies Come to City Winery

"I hope I don't get a god complex standing up here," Alan Doyle proclaimed on Wednesday night from City Winery's raised stage. Anyone familiar with Alan's work knows this just isn't possible -- despite his many successes, the musician-actor-producer-author and frontman of iconic Canadian band Great Big Sea remains as humble as the day is long. Show More Summary

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