Songwriter Joey Contreras' latest pop anthem conveys the story of two queer men caught in an emotional tug-of-war through interpretative dance.
Cincinnati Zoo & Wildlife Safari Team Up to Ensure Survival of the Most Genetically-Valuable Cheetah Cub in North America
When the only litter mate of the cub born at Wildlife Safari died shortly after birth, staff at the Oregon breeding facility
Featuring MTV, smooches and Al Gore doing the Macarena.
First Nighter: London Offers Ralph Fiennes as "Richard III," Mike Bartlett's Somewhat Wild "Wild," Michael Crawford as "The Go-Between"
The beloved 1953 L. P. Hartley novel--that famously begins "The past in a foreign country; they do things differently there
We've all gotten a little bit wild after a few drinks. We've all unleashed the proverbial party animal. The comparison between drunk asshole and wild animal has never been more on point than it is in Ozzy Man's nature video parody.
The risk is worth the reward.
If you've ever wondered why certain quotes resonate with you, this is it.
If some one read or saw Wild and got inspired to outfit themselves and take to a trail that is a good thing. That is one more person exploring the benefits of an enhanced relationship with the natural world. Does it really matter what inspired them to do it?
Created and hosted by ArcLight's Executive Vice President Gretchen McCourt, the Women In Entertainment Summit will feature keynotes by Academy Award winner Geena Davis, founder of the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, and Women In Film President Cathy Schulman.
Of the many things that have touched me about the response to my memoir Wild, the fact that so many people who've had and survived lung cancer or loved someone who died of the disease see themselves in my story is among the most meaningful.
I wrote more, much more, after I had children than I did before, even though I had far less time. When I was young and single, I squandered my hours. There was always a concert to go to, or a movie, or maybe I just felt like lying around and watching television.
While there are a lot of campaigns for a lot of good causes, (I support a lot of them), this one is worth supporting. With every story, every conversation, every step, Chris will be showing the 23 million people who are suffering that this is not the end; in fact it's just the beginning of the journey.
The show is a refreshing change of pace from a television landscape predominantly focused on sexually objectified women. In fact, this ostensibly silly reality TV show can be seen as a key player in a larger cultural movement to embrace a powerful, infrequently represented concept: the female gaze.