Because it totally makes sense for the state that has the fifth highest teen pregnancy rate in the country, the state of Texas wants to cut funding for programs to prevent HIV and other STIs and boost programs that teach abstinence instead.
If the book I read in middle school was correct, squirrels are evil mutant creatures that can survive in the wild by feasting on the flesh of sixth graders. Sadly, this is one squirrel who will likely have a lot of trouble staying alive, because it can't even pick up a cherry tomato, much less bite out a preteen's jugular. Considering how adorably it tries, though, I'll assume its tiny little death rattle will be just as cute.
Disturbing news out of Los Angeles: singer Joni Mitchell was rushed to the hospital after being found unconscious in her Bel Air home.
You probably won't be surprised to learn that Zach Galifianakis and Kristen Wiig make absolutely terrible bank robbers.
Here's the trailer for The Casual Vacancy, J.K. Rowling's new HBO show based off the novel she published in 2012.
If you've never been to Madame Tussauds, you probably don't know that touching the statues is not only allowed but encouraged. But there's one thing that's not okay in the wax museum where you can pose next to Tupac in a funny hat ($14.95 for the picture) or sit behind Rosa Parks on a rumbling bus seat—and that's crying on the statues.
Jugs. Sometimes you're born with 'em; sometimes you acquire a pair through the skillful hands of a cosmetic surgeon.
In today's Tweet Beat, Hayden Panettiere has a solid career ahead of her as a spy, R.L. Stine kind of acts like an ass and I hope Gabourey Sidibe got an answer so she can explain it to me.
The fourth installment of the wildly popular Millennium series—ok, ok, the Lisbeth Salander books—will be published August 27, and publishers have just revealed the English title: The Girl in the Spider Web.
Starbucks, the one place in the world where you can order a cup of whipped cream with a shot of caramel syrup and call it coffee, is ready to make you healthy. Fresh off its highly successful "Race Together" campaign, the chain wants to tackle another important subject: The amount of vegetables you're eating every day. So it's bringing in kale, which is now officially over.
There comes a time in every actor's life when they're expected to eat a whole can of beans on camera and then perform in a love scene. Kristen Schaal's time is now.
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David Duchovny is releasing an album. Will you buy it?
Just days after saying Indiana "won't change" the newly passed Religious Freedom Restoration Act , Indiana Governor Mike Pence vowed this afternoon to "fix" the law, but added immediately that nothing's wrong with it. Pence admitted he hadn't been expecting "this kind of backlash" to the law, and accused its critics of trying to "smear" it.
Kim Gordon's memoir, Girl in a Band, chronicles five decades of her extraordinary life and career in Sonic Youth. Obviously, that includes endless compelling and varied stories: how her first job in the art world was hawking cheap frames for a then-unknown Larry Gagosian; how she dealt with having a brother with serious mental health issues; how her first band, in college, was as anarchic as Sonic Youth had ever been. It's deeply engrossing, and anyone who grew up thinking Kim Gordon was the coolest woman alive doesn't even know the half of it. (The fact that a now-"softened" statement she made about Lana del Rey became the pre-release press focus in a book with 53 chapters on her accomplishments in various artistic disciplines is a testament to the persistent, divisive, and boring-as-fuck misogyny of music coverage.)
Well, it was kind of inevitable, wasn’t it?
Lost River, Ryan Gosling's directorial debut, stars Saoirse Ronan as a lead character by the name of Rat, a sorrowful young girl who sings herself to sleep every night. For the film soundtrack, which was scored by Johnny Jewel (Glass Candy, Drive soundtrack), Ronan sang a sad, sweet little lonely lullaby that's part of the film.
There are many beautiful pictures of young Elizabeth Taylor, who was perfectly formed for the fashions of the 1950s. But I am not here to talk about her retro style.