Eden

I took Darren Aronofsky to Eden. Last week, he brought me to hell. Love it or hate it, you can't watch Darren Aronofsky's
The ladies of Twitter never fail to brighten our days with their brilliant ― but succinct ― wisdom. Each week, HuffPost Women
They didn't know their show was off-air for seven months.
"Soon you won't even recognize us," a neighbor says to Fatima... "now that you have a daughter in college." Fatima hardly
The East Coast places LGBT people often think of when looking to vacation are Provincetown, MA, or Cherry Grove and the Pines
A post-apocalypse world, ruled by a fiendish demagogue, where, despite the presence of technology, man is reduced to a primitive nomadic existence. That's the scenario George Miller envisions in the fourth of the popular series, Mad Max Fury Road.
It's premature to depart from John Muir before we have more fully visited with him. We take it for granted that he saved places like Yosemite just because they were beautiful. There's more to it.
The whole indented coastline with its layered pink granite cliffs and isles is the result of Mother Nature's efforts as a sculptress when she tempered the region with the onslaughts and retreats, the grindings and tearings of the last ice age.
While all eyes are on London for the Diamond Jubilee and the Summer Olympics, here are a bunch of royal getaways that you don't want to miss.
I wrote after my visit with the artist. "Who among us wouldn't like to catch a glimpse of that world from time to time, to picture life before the fall?"