The Gaily Grind has assembled some mug shots that are way hotter than your usual Nick Nolte/Sally Struthers variety.
Whatever disturbances these guys allegedly caused with their behavior, they're inciting a whle other one in the pants of twisted admirers.
Not as perky as Sally Struthers', but nowhere near as bad as, say, Nick Nolte's.
Bynes managed to pull it together despite what's been described as "an ashy pink dye job" she's sporting.
(Bynes was in the movie of Hairspray!. The girl should know better.)
She should also lay off the sauce.
A few drinks into my conversation with Mike and El-P about their new collaboration R.A.P. Music (Williams Street), the tone shifted, as it tends to under the influence of multiple makeshift White Russians. EL-P's drink-ordering became relentlessly efficient. Things became a little more candid. The c ... More >>
Dear Ladies of the Red Carpet:
Where's the shock of the swan dress or the pizzazz of the goth showgirl of yesteryear? Come on, ladies, this is the Oscars, and it's 2012! Why are so many of you million dollar actresses playing the Grace Kelly card? We are fully aware that all of you can't pull off ... More >>
The nominations will be announced tomorrow morning, but you might as well just go by this list, which has been officially certified by the Dionne Warwick Psychic Hotline.
(Ranked in descending order of likelihood)
5--Mo ... More >>
Straight from the files of "Historical Shit That Can't Be Made Up," we woke up this morning to a pretty unbelievable email from the Thomas Jefferson Foundation with the subject line, "Taste: Chocolate at Monticello."
Oh my, we thought, before opening it. Surely someone in TJ's PR office might be s ... More >>
Smell that money burning. This concludes Sound of the City's year-end roundtable, a conversation about pop music in 2011 between Tom Ewing, Eric Harvey, Maura Johnston, Nick Murray, and Katherine St. Asaph. Read it all again.
Thanks for the handoff, Nick, and thanks to Katherine, Tom and esp ... More >>
Two of the candidates for this year's Best Supporting Actor Oscar are really extraordinary old people.
Christopher Plummer shines in Mike Mills's Beginners as the father of the Mills character (played by Ewan McGregor), who comes out of the closet at 75 and really starts to live.
Plummer himself i ... More >>
The ZEBU! song "Your Band Is Nothing"from Hookers In Sweatpants (Feeding Tube, 2006)is pretty hard to argue with. Guitar-slinger Steve D'Agostino pinches off mammoth riffs that somehow conflate hair metal, Molly Hatchet, bubblegum bliss, and peevish Peavy blare while scrappy sin ... More >>
Nick NolteCelebs usually love being photographed, except for colonoscopies and mug shots.
Well I haven't manage to dig up the former photos--yet--but I have assembled some of the best, most poignant, scary, most desperately in-need-of-a-stylist mug shots of the criminally unglamorous stars. ... More >>
It was plastered on the face of Arizona wacko Jared Loughner as he appeared before a federal judge for the slaying of six people and the attempted slaughter of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.
But where had I seen that look before?
That very same nervy, sick, entitled, arrogant smirk?
On ... More >>