Two decades after the Fiona Apple single “Criminal” was released, one Brooklyn-based musician has debuted her own tribute to the singer-songwriter’s influence on female musicians. There is, however, one notable difference: the shot-for-shot remake of the song’s music video—once lauded as brilliant as it was …
On Thursday night, Hillary Clinton became the first woman in U.S. history to accept a major party’s nomination for the presidency. Her speech, following remarks (and a surprisingly stirring hug) from her daughter Chelsea, was a steady, animated appeal towards unity—Hamilton quote notwithstanding.
As Vice President Joe Biden passes the ceremonial meme torch to VP nominee Tim “Cool Dad” Kaine, Americans are all wondering the same thing: what, pray tell, will he do next? The answer, apparently, lies in a Dick Wolf police procedural whose on-air run will outlive us all.
PHILADELPHIA — Tonight in front of thousands of people, Hillary Clinton came out [BEAMING? TK]. And as she made her way to the podium, on what is perhaps the biggest night of her career thus far, Hillary Clinton [TYPE OF FALL TK] right on the DNC stage.
The past two weeks have been a rollercoaster of political emotion and deadening boredom, and boy, are we tired.
PHILADELPHIA—Since the very first day of the Democratic National Convention, whispers of a so-called “gluten-free zone” in the Wells Fargo Arena trickled across Twitter. But was this extremely considerate zone actually selling anything? I walked down from the press stand in the middle of Andrew Cuomo’s speech on…
Authorities in Beverly Hills recently warned Hilary Duff about a man who they believe attempted to locate her home, find the star, and propose to her only a few weeks ago.
PHILADELPHIA — Last night, former New York mayor and billionaire executive Michael Bloomberg addressed the Democratic National Convention, in prime time, in a speech designed to present the political independent’s case for supporting Hillary Clinton for president.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Diplo gets political, Alyssa Milano tries and Brie Larson is woke.
PHILADELPHIA—Writing a scene report requires being invited to some kind of scene. On Thursday at the Democratic National Convention, I was not.
Welcome to Fashion Scavenger Hunt, a Jezebel column in which we all work together to find the elusive product of your dreams. Need help with a style or specific item, or just looking for advice on dupes? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I, too, will put my nimble googling fingers to work.
In a bit of news that’s making my eyes well up and my mouth water, Larry, the lobster who avoided being boiled and dipped in clarified butter by retiring to a Maine aquarium, has died at the ripe old age of a hundred and something—and he didn’t even make it all the way up north.
How many deodorants have we lost to the whims of the dedicated public servants at the Transportation Security Administration? How many bottles of water, how many large knives, how many loaded guns and severed heads we just honest to God forgot were in there? Today, at last, all that is going to change.
I have to believe that it’s possible to talk about Hillary Clinton’s clothing in a way that’s not sexist or condescending and that largely reflects our society’s general interest in the fashions of famous people. Let’s try to do that right now.
Whenever a popular entertainer experiences devastating or scandalous news in their lives, the media is obligated to find ways to tie their material into the personal matter at hand, especially when it comes to singers. Such was the case with Mary J. Blige and her divorce “drama.”
At this point it’s almost boring to question bewildering remakes, simply because there have been so many of them. Nevertheless, here we are: Lifetime is remaking the 1988 tear-jerking classic Beaches, starring Idina Menzel. Hm.
Bill Cosby, accused serial rapist who may or may not be “completely blind,” has dropped the breach-of-contract suit against Andrea Constand, one of the many women who has publicly accused him of assault.
PHILADELPHIA — Chirlane McCray, First Lady of New York and longtime progressive activist, has had a busy week at the Democratic Convention. She’s spoken on panels about mental health and LGBT rights, and was seen supporting her husband, somewhat embattled New York mayor Bill de Blasio, as he addressed the convention…
There comes a time in almost every mature, adult relationship when you think about marriage. You look at your significant other and imagine the future. Maybe it’s the way the sun made their eyes sparkle in that moment, their shameless guffaw at the latest straight-to-Netflix Adam Sandler “comedy,” or maybe they have…