Bey’s collaboration with Coldplay, presumably to be debuted publicly at Superbowl halftime, is called “Hymn for the Weekend” and now has a video, shot in Mumbai, with a guest appearance from the beloved Punjabi actress Sonam Kapoor, of Bollywood fame. Directed by Ben Mor, it depicts street scenes and curious, probably…
Elizabeth Gilbert, bestselling author of Eat, Pray, Love, Committed: A Love Story, The Signature of All Things, and the upcoming Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear, is hosting a “Writing, Truth and Community” retreat from 10 AM to 4 PM on Saturday, November 7. I absolutely have to be there. Would anyone mind…
Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love and original self-actualizing Manic Pixie Dream Protagonist is selling her beautiful 19th century home in Frenchtown, New Jersey. Correction: she's embarking on a journey, which she has dubbed Eat, Pray, Crib: One woman's journey to sell her house. Really.
Elizabeth Gilbert's onetime love-nest is apparently turning into a den of iniquity: Bali has seen a sharp increase in meth-smuggling arrests, including that of a woman who was hiding the drug in her intestines. Locals apparently call the drug shabu-shabu, which raises the possibility that this is all a…
This monkey and kitten found each other in the same area of Bali where Elizabeth Gilbert met her Brazilian lover. Will they have to marry so the kitten can get his citizenship? Only time will tell.
"A decade after Gilbert divorced him, Cooper is married to a Canadian diplomat. They have two young boys, Charlie and Sammy....he's currently a public interest law scholar, and he was previously a director for Mercy Corps and Human Rights Watch."
John Muldering of the Catholic News Service doesn't seem to realize that only exotic brown people can say wise things. Duh.
Last Friday at 6:05pm sharp, Deadspin editor A.J. Daulerio — an unabashed fan of chick flicks and rom-coms — walked into a theater to see Eat Pray Love. This is what he saw.
Saturday morning, my mom went to see Eat Pray Love. Her review? "I thought it was horrible." What follows is a total evisceration, in her own words.
Julia Roberts' latest film, "Eat, Pray, Love" opened in theaters this weekend. My neighbor, supermarket tabloid aficionado Helen Peters, wrote in to share her thoughts on the matter.
It's true that the story of a woman traveling abroad can end a few different ways. Thanks for the reminder!
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