About a year ago, the movie Bridesmaids opened in the U.S. and was the subject of a rather unusual awareness campaign. Female movie fans, largely independently of the film's producers, compelled women to go see the film in its opening weekend and defy common Hollywood wisdom that non-rom-com movies ... More >>
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It's not that you want to laugh at someone else's pain, but sometimes that's the reaction that comes. It's certainly the easiest way to respond; god forbid we confront our own demons. Often, the rawer the pain, the harder it is to know what the appropriate reaction is at all, even as a willin ... More >>
Two of our nation's prized women -- professional celebrity Kim Kardashian and professional sex partner-cum-professional celebrity Ashley Dupre -- occupy a very similar position in our collective psyche. Not that they're merely sex objects, but they are mostly sex objects. So when a Playboy photog ... More >>
Tammy Etheridge won't be coming to Melissa Etheridge's window any time soon. Their longtime trailblazing lesba-relationship is officially as kaput as the excitement around Lilith Fair. And I had just gotten over the demise of Rosie and Kelli! What good are gay relationships if they're goin ... More >>
Michael Becker / FOXVictoria Beckham Returns If you watched Idol tonight, not only did you miss the season premiere of Lost, but you volunteered to endure another hour of Victoria Bobble-Head Beckham. It's just downright un-American. However, those who did watch probably don't need this recap ... More >>
F2K is a countdown of the 50 worst songs of the decade. Track our progress here. La, la, la...ugh.
As D.C. continues in this state of Obama-euphoria, many people are suffering from a new kind of epidemic, which I'm dubbing Ball Fatigue. "I just want him to be president already," said a middle-aged African-American man who had come all the way from St. Louis. The man was coming home from an event ... More >>
Last week's prediction: A Dipset Christmas To the extent that I understand holiday music at all, it's as a technique: Aural comfort designed to unobtrusively class up December Christmas parties and supply low level motivation to otherwise debt-shy Bloomingdales shoppers. A lot of this music is surp ... More >>
Saint Brendan was a navigator, so the church named for him in the Norwood section of the Bronx has the gently sloping lines of a sailing ship on its exterior and the feeling of a vessel's hull inside. Next door on 207th Street, the parish school and convent are less interesting to the eye, inside or ... More >>
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