Mark your calendars for a fun night out, good people of Southern California: For the Record is returning to DBA in West Hollywood from February 6 through April 4 with Dear John Hughes, an original cabaret musical inspired by director John Hughes' iconic work.
There's a scene in an episode of this season's Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (Queen Lisa Rinna 4 Lyfe) in which Kim Richards takes her daughter Brooke wedding dress shopping. Her aunt, Kathy Hilton, mother of Paris, arrives late to the bridal salon and is greeting Brooke's coterie when the bride-to-be emerges from the dressing room in the first gown she tried on. Kathy Hilton, mother of Paris, wheels around and proceeds to drop a steaming load on poor Brooke, commenting, among other complaints, that the dress "looks like a cocktail waitress"—this, by the by, is a thing Kathy Hilton, mother of Paris, says in front of the dress designer.
During a speech on U.S.-India relations in New Dehli on Tuesday, President Obama said the two countries will only succeed if they empower women and the crowd of 1,500 lost their minds cheering like Beyoncé had just left the stage. Gen-der Equa-lity! Gen-der Equa-lity!
It's your birthday, hurray! You're going to a strip club with a bunch of your lesbian friends, fun! You're bringing LIKE SIXTY GODDAMN PEOPLE and you want them all to act right, so you send out a long letter filled with well-intended but frequently wrong advice and thoughts on how strip-club-going squares with your feminism! .... Oh, God.
In between marketing winding up for its May release and Toy Fair around the corner, merchandise for Age of Ultron has been showing up everywhere. But one Avenger has been largely absent: Black Widow. It's not something new to Marvel — and that's starting to be a problem.
We, my friends, are living in a time where bigger truly is better. Bigger butts, bigger brows, and bigger lips are the new standard. And by "new" I of course mean "new" in the way that America was "new" when the Pilgrims showed up.
Chrissy Teigen has been very generous with the memes lately, so this—her latest in a string of lovable klutzy antics—should come as no surprise: apparently she forgot to cleanse her hands of jalapeño juice before hitting the shower.
Here is the new Fantastic Four trailer … and it looks like every Marvel movie snippet you've ever seen with a dash of Prometheus. There is a car driving through a corn field, there is a seemingly secret military project meeting, there is someone playing baseball and another person fixing a car in what looks like every day America.
We already knew that there was a VIRGIN on The Bachelor, and her presence was underlined and underscored in Monday night's episode, as said VIRGIN, Ashley I., bumbled around trying to figure out how to share her VIRGIN status with Bachelor Chris while all her fellow contestants freaked out about it.
Street harassment awareness seems to be at an all-time high, yet there are men among us who haven't gotten the memo . This PSA targets some of them by answering the question: What if I was your mother??
I met my two teenage best friends at the start of high school, but our affections didn't crystallize and become epochal until two years later, on the very first day of eleventh grade. All three of us had grown up in an ethnically diverse Toronto suburb and chosen to attend a performing arts high school in the countryside just north of our hometown instead of following suit to our local schools. At the time it was overwhelmingly white, and we were 15 going on Adult. On that first day of class, a brewing identity crisis struck; whatever it was all three of us—Jamaican, Indo-Guyanese and Indian, respectively—were going through, it was clear we needed to be around people who felt familiar. By January we'd all transferred back to our local high schools, separated but life-bonded over four months of comforting each other and collectively expressing our brown-ness.
Benedict Cumberbatch has apologized for using the term "colored" in a conversation about race, saying that he is "devastated to have caused offense by using this outmoded terminology" and is sorry for "being an idiot."
Fashion's newest darling: a toothless, Instagram-famous Cavalier King Charles Spaniel named Toast.
One of the best-worst moments from Sex and the City is when dummy Jack Berger breaks up with Carrie on a Post-It note. Graciously, the actor who played Berger, Ron Livingston, recreated that note on the spot at the Sundance Film Festival.
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What could be more fun than the lead-up to the Republican presidential primaries, when people like Donald Trump and Sarah Palin make their usual, unintentionally hilarious Running For President noises? But as the Daily Show pointed out last night, Palin's recent speech at the Iowa Freedom Summit crossed into... well, actual noise. Seriously, it was nonsense. U ok, Sarah?
Typical dudes, amirite, ladies?
Caption this: Heidi Klum attends Myers launch of her Intimates Collection at Myer Bourke Street Mall on January 27, 2015 in Melbourne, Australia.
For over a year now, gay hook up app Grindr has had a serious security flaw which allows users to be tracked very closely, and Grindr's response has been tepid at best. Some countries were only blocked after the security flaw was discovered and some reported that Grindr was being used for tracking by Egyptian police and at the Russian Olympics in Sochi.
A Chicago woman is facing criminal charges after her boyfriend beat her 16-month-old son to death.