Richard Kind is the familiar and likeable actor known for Mad About You, Spin City, and many theater roles.
At the screening of the documentary One-Night Stand: Creating A Broadway Musical In A Day last week, Richard told the crowd he's coming to Broadway in April in the revival of Clifford Odets' ... More >>
"Welcome home," a waiter said to me as I took my seat at a Waldorf gala last night, and I was thrilled, feeling like Dolly Levi coming back to the Harmonia Gardens.
It was the Friars Cub benefit which honored singer Connie Francis, and the old-timers came out of the woodwork like milkshakes ... More >>
So, there's this video going around the internet of a little boy after receiving a cochlear implant - the surgically-implanted device designed to help the hearing-impaired or fully dead actually hear - and hearing from the first time. Woman, man, whatever: if your biological clock is ticking at any ... More >>
New research from the University of Alabama at Birmingham indicates the potential for long-term hearing loss following the use of Viagra and possibly other penile perker-uppers like Cialis and Levitra. Uh oh.
Two fluffy legends appear in the same room--even in the same frame--in this YouTube treasure: campy classical pianist Liberace and feathery standup comic/sitdown ivory tinkler Phyllis Diller, who is sort of his butch counterpart, with funkier hair and less jewelry. Imploding gender expectations on ... More >>