The network is facing backlash over its decision not to air commercials that show a lesbian couple kissing.
The move triggered calls to "boycott Hallmark" on Twitter.
On a recent night in Detroit, Aziah "Zola" Wells returned to where it all began: Hooters. As the petite 20-year-old beauty
3. Jennifer Egan's "Black Box" Mitchell's comments about the story to The Guardian speak to some of the formal appeal of
Every sex worker has a horror story. We get robbed, arrested, beaten, humiliated. I file those events away in memory as "shit happens" because the alternative is too depressing. Maybe that's what Zola was doing: defusing the horror of her experience with humor.
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You almost wish this movie version of the Pynchon novel were a book whose pages you could flip back and forth in at will.
There's an infomercial for the Tummy Tuck that has been occurring on a channel called Cozy TV which specializes in reruns
The current exhibit ingeniously places Vallotton's "Etude de fesses" ("School of Buttocks,"1884), a female behind, next to
Given the increase of same-sex unions and the changing lifestyles of today's modern couples, a shift is required in wedding traditions such as gift registries. Enter Zola. Founded by Kevin Ryan, Shan-Lyn Ma and Nobu Nakaguchi, Zola allows its users to create a more modern registry online.
With Enough Said, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, one of TV's funniest women ever, has finally been given a perfect film vehicle.
Extreme aspiration, in its most cosmopolitan and materialistic form, is the substance of Blue Jasmine. Self-invention is
Chan-wook Park's Stoker is audaciously, in-your-face creepy and exhilarating in a way few films have been since David Lynch's Blue Velvet. Because it's not just the creepiness -- but the way Park gets you involved in his world so that you can't look away.
While any news involving Andrés is mouthwatering for foodies in the nation's capital, it comes with additional restaurant
Salinger gave my generation a permission to write about our lives, our very ordinary adolescent times. He gave us our voice, our right to be serious in our own postwar, perhaps over-privileged, tones.
Every author risks unfavorable review when he or she writes a book. Hemingway received poor reviews and contemporary writers have also not been immune to such undesirable reception.
If there's a problem with Thirst, it's that Park tries to do too many things. Though not completely successful, it's still a bold, wildly juicy film that goes for the throat and never relents.