mockumentary

Mockumentarial sketches of Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin made by Lena Hades.
Aging is not for sissies. I wish that meant that if you're a sissy you don't have to age. Apparently it doesn't. I've been a sissy my whole life and I'm aging at an alarming rate.
My love affair with ballet started when I was 5-years-old and began taking ballet at my aunt's dancing school in Montague, Michigan. Later, I continued at the school of American ballet where I decided I wanted to be a ballerina.
Recently I was in New York, emerging from the subway (I try never to take cabs), when a girl waves me into a cosmetic store. After telling her firmly that I can't come in because I'm running late, I enter the shop. I am immediately overtaken by a second girl.
Get ready New York City - Ron and Laura Grawsill of Bakersfield, California are going to be taking over for the next week.
Money has always been a complete mystery to me. When I worked as a waitress in my teens I felt just as rich with the cash in my pocket from tips as I felt earning serious money for the mini-series 'Lace' when I was in my 30s.
Huffington Post has been incredibly supportive. Brooke writes a blog and they post it with a link to a new episode of the Web Series. We use social media to promote the Blog and the newly posted episode. We aren't looking for money. We want to build an audience so this seemed an ideal start.
The Internet is a powerful tool. It's great to be able to promote yourself while hiding behind the anonymity of technology. But it does not come easily to me, to put it mildly. It's learning a new language and that's harder when you're over 60. And like everything that becomes harder with age -- it's scary.
My big sister, Lynne, and I are very close -- sick, co-dependent kind of close. As a result, we love to work together. It started when we were six and eight years old, performing in musical comedies in our father's summer theatre. We did that every summer for our entire childhood.
What were you doing 20 years ago this week? Well, if you were in the U.S. (and at least, let's say, 10 years old at the time), you were probably glued to the television, watching the most infamous car chase in history.
On January 9th, your television will be put to the ultimate test as it broadcasts the most epic of all epic television events
This documentary-style, comedy series was conjured up by Christopher Guest and Jim Piddock (as it happens, both history buffs) over a lunch spent discussing Guest's dabbling in the world of genealogy.
Though it is a comedy, all involved realize the seriousness the issue of addiction can be. According the creators, the term is used more as a metaphor.
I Have Glitter Lung from APBS on Vimeo. Watch three burlesque dancers shine a very sparkly light on how glitter has affected
Chris O'Dowd * Drops mic, walks off. * Nuances Family Tree is the kind of show the DVR was invented for. It's layered with
Do you hate your own face so much that it disgusts you to the point of extreme physical illness? No? Really? You don't? Well
Though there's been a bit of a vacuum in genealogical programming in the U.S. over the last year or so, that's happily about to change. First up is Christopher Guest and Jim Piddock's mockumentary series, Family Tree.
You know you've arrived when you've been mocked by Christopher Guest. Guest, who has a gift for putting peculiar subcultures under a microscope, has set his sights on genealogy with Family Tree, a series coming to HBO and BBC2 shortly.