fastcoexist.com - About the author Christine Champagne is a New York City-based journalist best known for covering creativity in television and film, interviewing the talent in front of the camera and behind-the-scenes. She has written for outlets including Emmy, Variety, VanityFair.com, Redbook, Time Out New York and TVSquad.com. More
CEOs feel slightly stronger about the American economy than they did last year, though they're aware of the long road ahead, finds the Business Round Roundtable’s second quarter 2013 CEO Economic Outlook
On June 1, 1953, twenty women in the summer before their senior year of college were selected to travel to New York City from all over the United States to work for one month as guest editors of the college
According to production designer Lawrence Paull, her punk outfits and make-up were inspired by a new wave calendar: “In late 1980, all of us threw a Christmas party in the art department,” Paull explains.
On this day 50 years ago — June 12, 1963 — Bob Dylan's career was just taking off when he heard the news that civil rights activist Medgar Evers had been assassinated. Dylan responded with a song that
Photo by Emma Svensson Bloc Party will be going on an extended break once their Four cycle wraps up in July, the National Post reports (via the Guardian). Guitarist Russell Lissack told the Post that band
Comcast has announced that it will begin turning the in-home Wi-Fi routers it offers to consumers into quasi-public hotspots. Customers who have the "Xfinity Wireless Gateway" will soon begin transmitting