Obsessed

What matters is that the individual himself accept the time and energy needed to metabolize and integrate the psychic change in order to continue with life in the present.
Marc Hershon is the host and executive producer of Succotash, The Comedy Podcast Podcast, featuring clips from comedy podcasts
Melissa McCarthy turned heads when she stepped out for an event in Santa Monica recently looking noticeably thinner.
Roger Ross Williams joins Ahmed to discuss Uganda's anti-gay policies and how the country is still leading the way when it comes to googling about gay porn.
Instead of asking, however, why people are running away from churches faster than a squirrel will cross a busy street, most fundamentalist Christian leaders point to those leaving as if something were wrong with them.
O: My job is to be an artist and thus I use different media to deal with the status of the body in our society. I have organized
As Palin leaves her national audience on Fox News, though, we have to at least give her credit for her staying power. Even lefties, if they're honest, will admit that they're kind of going to miss Sarah. Granted, it's in a Nixonian "to kick around" sort of sense, but still.
What do Benjamin Franklin and AMC President and CEO Josh Sapan have in common? The two men share an affinity for lightning
From Clint Eastwood's RNC speech to the popularization of "YOLO," plenty of strange, often internet-driven obsessions occupied
Since digital technology has destroyed everything I once loved about this sacred art form, I get my rocks off in a different, frankly much more expensive way.
Fantasy football is no longer just our hobby, it's our livelihood. We created a TV show called The League that revolves around -- you guessed it -- a fantasy football league.
When it comes to map collecting, I am the epitome of an obsessive-compulsive, borderline maniacal fanatic in every respect.
Inspired by one professor's infectious enthusiasm for Emily Dickinson, Obsessed is an ongoing HuffPost Arts & Culture series
Taxidermy wants time to stop. To keep life. To cherish what should have long passed from view and savour its form immortally. There is something inherently disconcerting about such insatiable, unfulfillable longings. And perhaps this is why I am labelled as a taxidermy lover.
In my day job, performing for folks is a gas, and I am very tickled to make a nice living as a professional jackass, but it is the production of sawdust and shavings that brings me the most profound satisfaction.
Marc Blitzstein's musical DNA -- strict adherence to economy of means, a passion for combining words and music, the belief that music can promote social justice, an abhorrence of pretension -- are woven inextricably into the music I compose.
Who is Audra McDonald? In a fairer, more purely artistic world -- one in which popularity is directly proportional to talent -- such a question would border on heresy.
My interest in Rosalind Franklin was not in the biographical details, but the palpable sense of injustice surrounding her story -- the universal desire of being able to obtain credit and recognition for your work without being cheated out of it.