After one of Nobuyoshi Araki's collaborators came forward with her story of exploitation, we spoke to other women about the realities of being a muse.
Roger Hodgson has been at it for a long time. The ex-Supertramp member and über-talented multi-instrumentalist has been touring
A new exhibition called "The Woman Destroyed" attempts to rip the ideal woman from art history's grip.
Hot Rumour, an au courant LA-based pop-rock trio, want you to scream along with their British-infused space rock insta-hits
We thrive as humans when we find ways to express the inner light that lives within us and then we are able to more directly experience our own wholeness.
Who is the muse that can guide you? I won't keep you in suspense. Her name is Judith Viorst. She is a witty, urbane, insightful and no-bull fiction and non-fiction author and poet. And she is slightly older than me -- which means that everything I am feeling, she has already felt before.
Her name is Cameron, Cinderella of the Wastelands.