"S**t happens," the singer says, but New Year's was still "horrible" for her.
Justin Bieber is no Bobby Rydell. That's not a dig, it's just a fact. For starstruck millennials, the Biebs may be the current teen idol, but Bobby Rydell was one of the first teenage singers who trailblazed his way into the hearts of every tween and teenage girl alive back in the late 50s, early 60s.
Living with MS, a progressive illness, has forced me to accept sudden changes in life that are not always easy or pleasant to deal with. Accepting and loving myself -- overcoming fear, embarrassment and self-consciousness -- was a significant milestone for me.
Thirty years ago! Scary! Yet inspiring. (Certainly most millennials I encounter are ripping off that era as fast as their iPad-laden hands can grab.) For your pleasure and edification, I was there (and then), and I reflect.
Ryan Seacrest and Jenny McCarthy join HuffPost Live to discuss Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve 2014 and the incredible
Even if you haven't a clue what it means, Auld Lang Syne evokes an undeniable sentimentality, a disorienting nostalgia, an instantaneous affection for the people around you at that exact moment; loved ones and strangers alike. A New Year stands before you, brimming with possibility.
A music pioneer and a distinguished tastemaker, Clark is survived by his wife and has three children. One year ago today
We feel the losses of television icons in a different way than we do our movie stars, politicians, and newsmakers. Our television hosts tend to be our neighbors, like the late Mister Rogers would sing.
If you watched Saturday morning cartoons, then the answer is 'yes.'
"Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve" won big on New Year's Eve. The legendary ABC special rang in 2013 with high ratings
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Publishers Clearing House, The Weird Saga of a Successful Business that was Hoisted on Someone Else's Petard
Publishers Clearing House was founded in 1953 by Harold, LuEsther and Joyce Mertz, during a time when magazines were sold individually by door to door salesman or via a publishers' own direct mail efforts.
"So what band was Paul McCartney in again way back in the '60s?"