In a move that the internet will use as fuel for a new round of exhausting yelling, the University of Chicago has sent a letter to incoming freshmen warning the school doesn’t provide “so-called ‘trigger warnings’” or “condone the creation of intellectual ‘safe spaces.’” The University’s president and provost have…
Following the hack that revealed personal information and photos about Leslie Jones on her own website, TMZ reports that the Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking into the case.
The Great British Bake Off—in which amateur bakers charmingly vie for dessert supremacy in a tent parked in a bucolic meadow—has returned to BBC One for another season and remains phenomenally popular in the United Kingdom. Slightly more popular, in fact, than BBC One’s most-watched bits of the Rio Olympics.
Bernie Sanders has launched Our Revolution, a new group meant to support progressive causes. In doing so, they’re also promising to “revitalize American democracy” and “elevate the political consciousness.” All of which sounds great, and crucial, and they will probably be right on it, as soon as they replace the…
Sonia Rykiel, whose long-running fashion house defined French whimsy and captured the spirit of women’s liberation in the ‘60s, died at home in Paris at 86, reports WWD. The designer had been battling Parkinson’s Disease for many years.
Kellyanne Conway (a.k.a. the new Paul Manafort) (a.k.a. the new, new Corey Lewandowski) appeared on The Rachel Maddow Show on Wednesday evening, presumably to speak about policy matters more eloquently than could, say, her gelatinous heap of a candidate, Donald Trump.
Elon Musk, the eccentric, car-loving billionaire whose childhood was famously chronicled in the 2001 Steven Spielberg film A.I., has apparently been waiting out the relationship between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard for at least three years.
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Donald Trump, a horrible man with hair like used dental floss and ideas that threaten the definition of democracy as we know it, has begun his public about-face on the one issue that has defined the tone of his dangerous and bigoted campaign: immigration.
“Heck jeah,” a contrite and newly brunette Ryan Lochte whispers quietly to an empty room. “I know how to make America love me again. I’m going to be on Dancing With The Stars.”
Strong-as-hell swimming champion Katie Ledecky is from Washington D.C., and the Nationals invited her to come throw the first pitch tonight before their game against the Orioles. She arrived, as well she should, decked out in all five of her recently-acquired Olympic medals. Thankfully, Bryce Harper was kind enough to…
And now, some nice news: on October 6, Prince’s Paisley Park studio and residence will open to the public for daily tours.
Did you know Jennifer Lopez’s very recent ex-boyfriend Casper Smart’s real first name was “Beau?” Neither did I! But that’s irrelevant now, because they’ve broken up.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Neil deGrasse Tyson is a smart one, Leslie Jones gets some love and does T-Pain not poop?
Gina Rodriguez is about to star in her first big Hollywood blockbuster—as the real-life Andrea Fleytas in Deepwater Horizon, alongside Mark Wahlberg—and she’s ever the stunner on Latina’s October issue, striking with a half-shaved head and steely eyes. It’s the cover image that’s the best, though:
As an angry woman, this news is welcome.
The queens from Season 2 of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars are all in New York at the moment, doing a promo run for the premiere episode (it airs Thursday evening on Logo). Today, Alaska, Alyssa Edwards and Katya joined their sistren in Union Square to serve promotional ice cream from the Big Gay Ice Cream truck.
Most music videos are made by a collection of musicians, directors, writers, cameramen, stylists, performers, and other audio-visual artists and specialists who have come together for the love of a song—or a paycheck. Other music videos, such as the one for Mary J. Blige’s “World’s Gone Crazy,” are not so much “made”…