The arrival of Bluth Company Burlesque, the Arrested Development-themed burlesque show at the Peoples Improv on Saturday, is a welcome gimmick to the burlesque genre, following the footsteps of Star Wars burlesque, Ghostbusters burlesque, and Lord of the Rings burlesque. In this show, "each family m ... More >>
Joy Behar is leaving, but Elisabeth Hasselbeck is staying, despite the wishful thinking, I mean erroneous reports, of the gossip press. But who would you want to see on The View to make it worth shutting your trap so you can watch them flap their gums for an hour? First of all, I'd keep Whoopi. Sh ... More >>
"Those who can't, teach," so I gamely helped match up a nice young woman named Lorraine with the best of three available suitors last night at The Fix-Up Show, a live dating extravaganza done by J. Keith van Straaten up at the swingin' Triad.
Zogby recently did a push-poll to prove that Obama voters are stupid -- now they have a new poll apparently meant to show that everyone is. The pollster's latest survey shows the internet is America's "most trusted news medium," and Fox News is America's "most trusted TV news source." It's rather a ... More >>
Ronald Reagan, our 43rd president, was the biggest movie star on Tuesday night at the Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minnesota—even if, like President George W. Bush, he was there via remote transmission. Reagan, of course, has been dead for four years, and his most recent film was in ... More >>
Michelle Obama's guest host slot on ABC's morning gab-fest was either brilliant or calculated, depending on your point of, um, view. The Daily News places the wife of presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama on the front page for her fashion prowess. Obama donned a $148 black-and-whi ... More >>