The results of Prince’s autopsy won’t be available for weeks to come, but that hasn’t stemmed the tide of speculation that his cause of death was linked to his use of painkillers. Now, it appears that the beloved megastar died just one day before he was slated to meet with a doctor nationally-renowned for dealing with…
Just one day after a U.S. cruise ship touched a Havana port for the first time in 48 years, People reports that the Kardashians will be voyaging to the island to film their reality show, Keeping Up With the Kardashians, which began its 12th season on Sunday. Just think: While Cubans continued to experience…
Perpetual former candidate for president Ted Cruz ran a very particular kind of campaign. A campaign that some might have called “nauseating” or “hard to watch.” But this evening, no one had a harder time watching than Heidi Cruz—because her husband’s elbow was jammed directly into her face.
Ted Cruz may have officially folded his presidential campaign, but across the aisle, Bernie Sanders is enjoying an increasingly rare taste of victory with a unexpected win in Indiana.
Ted Cruz has officially ended his bid for the White House, following Trump’s victory in the Indiana primary. Across Twitter, a nation mourns:
On Monday, as the Met Ball devolved into its usual bacchanal of somebodies and nobodies getting drunk while dressed to the nines, Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston became entangled in what some websites are referring to as a “dance-off,” but what I—for accuracy purposes—will call the “Dance of Wealthy Snakes.”
Of all the destinations on Earth, of all the destinations throughout history to which the cinematic dazzle of virtual reality could potentially transport us, we seem to have landed here, in Amsterdam at...Anne Frank’s house. Do you hear that? It’s the sound of Good Taste sighing heavily.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Katy Perry either wants her old or new eyebrows back, Lady Gaga is also back and John Krasinski does some light reading.
Summer approaches, so you’ll want to get line up a costume drama for the nights after the novelty of warm weather wears off and you’ll stay inside binge-watching instead. So it’s convenient that Amazon just cut a deal to stream Doctor Thorne, the latest from Downton Abbey’s Julian Fellowes.
An ill-advised gotcha quote has been circulating since this Entertainment Weekly piece about big advances for debut authors went up Monday afternoon. The piece was supposed to be about how the occasional enormous first-time paycheck is earned on the strength of the writing, purely, as in:
Despite what our resident a cappella expert Ellie Shechet will have you believe, I am not a unilateral hater of a cappellas—only the corny ones. A song I listen to at least three to eight times a year, for instance, is the a cappella version of Monica’s “Sideline Ho,” which uses gospel harmonies to elevate a seething…
On Tuesday afternooon, Yale University’s chapter of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity announced that it would dissociate from its national organization and would henceforth be known as “Leo,” reports the Yale Daily News.
According to Fashionista, various Spanish language outlets are reporting that Tony Castro, grandson of Fidel, will walk in Chanel’s Cruise collection show in Cuba’s El Paseo Del Prado today at 6:30 p.m. EST. There is so much going on in that sentence!
Nominations for the Tony Awards, the Tony Awards of awards shows, were announced Tuesday morning, and boy is everyone the theatre world, the theatre world of worlds, in a tizzy over Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton breaking the record for number given to a single production. But beyond that news, the second-most exciting…
For a limited time, a select few McDonald’s locations will test a dish called “Gilroy Garlic Fries”—fries that are tossed with garlic, olive oil, parmesan cheese, and salt. Fun fact: my number one turn-on is having those ingredients whispered in my ear.
The restaurant industry has a reputation as a tough one for women, and thanks in part to media coverage and all those chef shows featuring men yelling, it’s got a fairly macho image. But last night at the prestigious James Beard Awards, lots of the trophies went to women.
If you’ve come home after work to one too many destroyed pillows or overturned trashcans, this ingenious little gadget can help you keep an eye on your pets from anywhere.
On Monday night’s episode of her show, Rachel Maddow excitedly introduced a man named Bill Bogert, the star of “Confessions of a Republican,” a famous, 4-minute political ad produced in 1964 for Lyndon B. Johnson’s presidential campaign. Bogert, whose 1964 self I will somewhat disrespectfully suggest is worthy of a …