"There's no question, we miss our son. But I'm not concerned for his well-being. He's improvising."
So, who will fill out the former First Lady's advisory board if she's elected? We could make some educated guesses, but here are some fun suggestions we might personally email to HRod...
Twenty years after "Rent" premiered, the world is much different. Nowadays, there's no way kids can imagine living in whimsical squalor like Mark, Roger, Mimi, Angel, Collins and Maureen.
This annual event invites parents to bring their rugrats along to the workplace, ostensibly to provide a sneak peek at the Sisyphean, soul-crushing slog of adulthood.
Prince Rogers Nelson was a beacon of light that showed me the importance of being me. That light will be missed at the end of the day, but if we can learn one thing, I hope that lesson is that it's okay to be who and what you are at all times.
Since women generally earn 79 cents to every dollar men do, it only makes sense to have tax deductions specifically for us.
I can't tell you how many times my bathroom visits (aka, the highlight of my day) have been ruined by a transgender person. If I see an individual courageously identifying as a gender other than the one they were born with, it makes my shy bladder seem all the more pathetic by comparison.
Bowie's golden years aren't over yet. Living by his example will perpetually be in fashion. No matter if you're a graphic designer, a copywriter or Vanilla Ice, you can succeed by doing what David Bowie did.
Tired of the hypocrisy and thinly veiled hate in your church?
Back in 1995, the Tim Sims Encouragement Fund (TSEF) was created as a way to promote rising comedic talent within Canada.
Chicago is tired of being flown over. It is tired of being called the third coast. It is tired of being known for its fierce wind, multiple members of the Daley family, and the Mob. It is tired of being called the Second City.The first Chicago Architecture Biennial -- a success on many counts -- lays all that to rest.
Get a load of Stephen Colbert in 1992. Some impressive physical comedy, no? Ladies and gentlemen, we give you the Tumbleweeds
In the spirit of #ThrowbackThursday, here's a recently released video from The Second City archive, featuring then-future
Like other Second City improv courses aimed at those not seeking a career in comedy, the purpose of the ASD classes is to
I finally understood how difficult it was for Mama to go from glittering Chicago down to middle-of-nowhere Texas, like part of her had been sold down the river. And suddenly, Chicago in my mind became a beacon of happiness.
Within a year those classes gave way to a new career. I went from taking classes as a hobby to performing six nights weekly
This week, the comedy school where Fey and so many other greats got their starts released freshly unearthed footage of Fey
From Planes to Show Boat, Fernwood 2 Night to The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Fred Willard looks back on his storied career
This fall has been full of firsts for Fred Willard. Take -- for example -- last month, when Willard made his daytime drama debut on The Bold and the Beautiful. Fred appeared in four episodes of this long-running CBS soap opera back in October and loved every minute of it.