If you’ve been watching the Winter Olympics and following the men’s figure skating competitions, you’ve probably familiar with Johnny Weir. You might have also heard the word “redemption” thrown around a lot by commentators across different sports at these Olympics–the […]
JDub Records announced the official release date of “Let’s Go Coconuts!,” the debut album by inaugural JDub Kids band The Macaroons.
The media world was abuzz this week with the news that Tiger Woods is going to hold a press conference (sort of) to answer questions (actually not) regarding the recent revelations about his indescretions (which has dominated the news) and […]
Beliefnet Interview with Robert Duvall on “Crazy Heart.”
Madonna to write film based on the scandalous 1930s romance of Kim Edward VIII and divorcee Wallis Simpson.
Check out this video where actresses from NBC’s “The Office” talk about their favorite thoughts and memories from Olympics past. My favorite line comes from Mindy Kaling (who plays Kelly Kapoor), who gives her thoughts on female figure skaters. She […]
No, this isn’t a joke. If you didn’t know already, there is actually a Twilight Cruise for Twilight fans. The New York Times was touting it in their special cruise review “Offering Whatever Floats Your Boat” in the Travel section […]
The film, based on a true story, tells of the racially motivated murder of a black man in rural North Carolina, by a white man, his acquittal by an all white jury, and the civil unrest that ensued. The film […]
Perhaps it’s fitting that just when the results of a recent study announced that a certain sort of abstinence education within a very select group of very young kids (sixth and seventh graders) kinda sorta might work a little bit […]
National Geographic is given unprecedented access to explore an FLDS polygamous family in “Inside Polygamy: Life at Bountiful.”