The Saturday Night Live deflategate skit was good. This one from Thursday’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live is even better. It’s called “I Am the Locker Room Guy,” and in it a bunch of Boston celebrities defend Brady over accusations that he had something to do with all those insufficiently inflated footballs. I don’t want […]
Here are the games that will be illuminating our living rooms in the small hours after midnight.
I have a confession to make -- I love great hotels. There's simply nothing like a great living space -- complete with room service or an amazing view -- to make you feel like a million bucks
One Tokyo real estate company seeks to upend Japan's low marriage and birth rates with "marriage hunting" apartments. Need to find a spouse? Try installing a stripper pole in your living room. Read Full Story
This is wicked awesome. After all the controversy and hilarious news conferences with Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, Deflategate is getting blamed on a locker room attendant. Now, the problem is which one? Jimmy Kimmel points out more...Show More Summary
Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, John Krasinski, Steven Tyler (and, if you don’t blink, ESPN’s Bill Simmons) took to “Jimmy Kimmel Live” to throw their support behind the New England Patriots. They all had a similar explanation for Deflategate: “I am the locker room guy.” Joe Montana doesn’t believe them.
A growing number of caregivers are learning - persons living with Alzheimer's and dementia often have hidden talents that can amaze. By Bob DeMarco Alzheimer's Reading Room I read the article linked below in livescience earlier today and it is both informative and enlightening. Show More Summary
Japanese women looking to impress potential husbands should bring them home... but not to just any home. Each “konkatsu” apartment features a stripper pole and a bathtub right in the living room. Now that's what I call living!
Q: Hi. We have a living room/entry way which receives very little natural light due to the fact that we have a front porch. We just ordered new living room furniture which will be delivered at the end of February. But, with the silvery blue fabric and the chestnut leather, I am trying to pick a color. Could definitely use some help! READ MORE »
We live in very strange times. There are rural Chinese villagers who can watch hardcore fetish porn, rich, neo-luddites opting to live in mud huts, and flying robots will soon be able to air-drop you groceries. The world is really weird,...Show More Summary
“Do you remember Mr. and Mrs. Dangett?” Somewhere in a single room at the bottom of a single house, a single man and a single girl live out their entire lives. Nikole Beckwith‘s Stockholm, Pennsylvania chronicles what happens after all...Show More Summary
Part One: A (Clutterless) Room of One’s Own Silver Lake, Los Angeles, golden hour. Basil-cucumber martinis all around. We are a dozen well-preserved, Lena Dunham’s–mom–aged women in floaty Indian shirts, sundresses, sandals. We’ve just come from an afternoon literary event. Topics we might cover include global warming, male versus female... More »
I ponder the brown, crinkly mass in my living room. My conclusion? It's heavy-duty packing paper, about eight feet of it, turned on itself. But my cat sees a fort. A gigantic one. So he jumps into/onto/behind/under it. That doesn't last. Show More Summary
On Thursday, February 12 2015, The Gallery Rooms at the Four Seasons Hotel in Mumbai will be decked wall to floor with art. Saffronart, one of India?s largest auction houses, is hosting two back-to-back live auctions featuring edgy Contemporary Indian art and vibrant Modern art by iconic names. Show More Summary
As I'm wiping down the table from dinner, I casually listen in on the lively game of superheroes being played out in the next room. My husband promised the older two he'd play with them before bed, and now it's a mighty showdown: My Little Pony versus toy soldiers versus The Riddler. Show More Summary
Samurai Gunn is great. It's a mainstay in my living room, especially with the backwards compatible PS1 taking a dive (no more convenient Bushido Blade). I also gave it a 2014 game of the year award even though it came out in 2013 (IShow More Summary
What do the ’80s post-punk band Liquid Liquid, faded family photographs, and Art Spiegelman all have in common? All contributed to the creation of Richard McGuire’s latest graphic novel, Here.
Chris & Jenny's Collective Elegance We tend to think that big, long-lasting change in our lives involve big, overwhelming tasks that need tackling. In some cases, sure. But not always. In fact there are a handful of ways that you can make a tiny, subtle change that will have a huge effect on your life — making it just a little bit better than it was. Show More Summary
By Pamela R. KelleyAlzheimer's Reading Room Pamela R. Kelley is a long time reader and writer for the Alzheimer's Reading Room. She also cared for her mother, Audrey, who lived with Alzheimer's disease. She described her journey for us with great passion and love. Show More Summary
Part stalactites, part skyscraper. Meet the Stalaclight. Is that dingy light bulb hanging from a wire in your living room getting you down? Make it a surrealist art piece by turning it into an upside down skyscraper! Read Full Story