In the social media age, sometimes it feels like the relevance of a single story lasts about as long as it takes to tweet about it. It can feel like a sensory overload, a near-constant "on to the next!"
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Her golden motorbus, Dolly I, is almost too brilliant to look at under the direct slap of a Tennessee sun. It is parked in a Nashville carpark, blinds drawn, the on-board air conditioner grumbling. Dolly
So many of us feel so powerless, unable to affect substantive change, unable to do anything other than hurt. Powerless does not mean there isn't work to be done. It is silence, inactivity, complacency
I do think that changing how I engage with the past is the key to helping me be a better person. I hope I can take my power back by being peaceful. I hope that I can recognize that while my rape will be
Lisa Kudrow is a rare breed of Hollywood superstar. Perhaps the only Emmy winner with a bachelor's in biology (Vassar, '85), Kudrow has made her name as a comedy trailblazer with characters like Phoebe
Why that insane Willow and Jaden Smith interview is so great: Now we can stop pretending that celebrity kids are just normal
Willow and Jaden Smith (AP/Jordan Strauss) Celebrities love to pretend they’re raising average kids who don’t live in any weirdo bubble. Clearly this is wrong November 18, 2014 6:15pm (UTC) Britney Spears