Buried underneath the VMAs, something else important also took place on TV last night. True Blood, HBO's long-running series about sexy vampires and the people who love them, wound to a close. Read more...
Post by Rebecca Stokes. Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon are headed to divorce court. At least, that's what the tabloids would have you believe. If it's true, I have this to say, nay, this to loudly wail to the heavens: LOVE IS DEAD. Though...Show More Summary
This is so, so incredibly brilliant. We love it!! Anna Paquin was talking with Larry King recently, promoting the sadness that is the ending of True Blood, and while being interviewed by the 80-year-old host, she has a surprising encounter with ignorance — Larry's! The Oscar-winner, who is openly bisexual and married to Stephen Moyer, had [...]
My best friend and I have this ongoing half-joke that we’re always falling for guys on the “Do Not Fall In Love With” list. Sadly, it’s quite true. My track record doesn’t exactly disprove the list, either.
When people talk about unrequited love, they usually associate it with pain or sadness. Well, I'd be a hypocrite if I was to say that it isn't true. But you see, there is something about it, something about unrequited love that makes me think it actually is better than having the person you love feel the same way about you.
I was recently hanging out with a friend. On that particular day she was in a sad state, bemoaning her boyfriend problems. She is known for turbulence in her love life, but this issue seemed sillier to me than usual. "I posted a picture, and it got 52 'likes,'" she told me. Show More Summary
Did you know that families make up 40% of the homeless in DeKalb county? Sadly, it’s true. That’s why its the mission of Amplify concerts to leverage the universal love of music to raise money and awareness for excellent charities fighting poverty at the local level. Amplify concerts strive to end homelessness and poverty by drawing […]
Our only job, essentially, is to allow and lean in and know that through pain and rejection and sadness and heartbreak and loss, there is a world that exists in relativity, where we can only know true happiness and love by knowing a lack of it.
Warning: The video for Lykke Li's "No Rest for the Wicked" is as sad as the song itself. "I let my good one down. I let my true love die. I had his heart but I broke it every time." A wistful romp in tall grass with flash-forwards and flashbacks,... More »
Tomas Barfod’s Pulsing is among the young year’s finest EPs, particularly the songs on which the Danish producer pairs with a vocalist. (“Happy,” which was “the sad ’Happy’” even before Woodkid made this, will absolutely destroy you.) And now Barfod has graced us with another transcendent duet with the help of Super Furry Animals leader [...]
Sure, red lips are classic and timeless and they never go out of style. True, true and true. But, oh! — I would have love to have worn MAC Viva Glam Rihanna Lipstick ($16) and Lipglass ($15) over the holidays. Sadly, they hadn’t been around then because they’re newer than that. Show More Summary
Sadly, it’s true. The thrill — and the Muskrat Love — is gone between the darlings of ’70s pop. The good folks at TMZ broke the news late Wednesday: [T]he Captain tells TMZ he didn’t see it coming. Toni (Tennille) filed legal docs in Arizona, claiming the marriage was “irretrievably broken.” They’ve been married for […]
Her imagines the future of digital romance. And it's sad and true as hell.
The Book Report is a series that promises to deliver exactly what it promises: reports on books by the people who’ve read them. Catch evenings of live, in-person Book Reports that will remind you of the third grade in the best possible...Show More Summary
Classy but still just a smidge sordid, “Burton and Taylor” (airing Wednesday night on BBC America) tells a sad but conclusive story about the last time the married-divorced-remarried-divorced acting legends worked together and broke one another’s hearts in the process, headlining a short-lived 1983 Broadway revival of Noel Coward’s “Private Lives.” Read full article >>
Yet another aspect of Gary Shteyngart’s dystopian fiction novel Super Sad True Love Story is coming true for reals this week. Besides anticipating Occupy Wall Street, as well as Bloomberg’s sweep of Zuccotti Park (although getting it wrong on how utterly successful such sweeping would be), Shteyngart proposed the idea of instant, real-time and broadcast credit ratings.
Post by Nicole Fabian-Weber The sad fact is, the older we get, the more... saggy our bodies become. I'm sorry, but it's true. We may still be quite thin at 40, but odds are, we're not as tight and toned as we were at 20. (And if we are,...Show More Summary
Finding that perfect pair of jeans is like the holy grail of shopping legends. Sure, we've heard about women who have managed to buy a jeans that they love and look amazing in. But sadly, every shopping trip isn't a success. Finding that perfect pair of jeans is like the holy grail of shopping legends. Show More Summary
Gary Shteyngart’s Super Sad True Love Story is now a reality. He got to try Google Glass and wrote about the experience for The New Yorker. “When the velvet-rope hostess at the of-the-moment Wythe Hotel bar in Williamsburg stops to take a photo of me with her iPhone, I know exactly what the producer meant. [...]Show More Summary
In his novel Super Sad True Love Story, Gary Shteyngart writes about a society, five minutes into the future, that has a weird neurotic relationship with gadgets and social media, as focused through a device called an "äppärät." Now, Shteyngart has tried the Google Glass, and in many ways the future he wrote about seems to have arrived. Read more...