Some people just know how to hook you, right? Say you're browsing an online dating profile and someone catches your eye. Witty one-liners, cute smirks, maybe something cryptic like a tattoo of Josef Stalin eating a hot dog. Their linked Tumblr page shows they have an active interest in occult medici ... More >>
There are two things you should know about NYC thrash band ShitKill. The first is that they're some of the most promising young metal musicians we've seen in a long time. The second is that, when we say young, we mean barely old enough to vote: none of them are over 18-years-old. See Also: - Live: ... More >>
And it's none of the people we fantasized about and/or agonized over. According to E!, the Broadway revival of Funny Girl has found its new Streisand, and she's...
Cant hardly wait to see this band
Twitpic via DanaBoscorelli. Up, Up and Awry! The Balloon Boy and his wacky father helped keep our minds off the real world, which sucked even more than usual. In national news, the Nobel Peace Prize continued its deadly rampage across America. But don't despair, rightbloggers: President O ... More >>
KW photo Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures Lauren Ambrose is a monster -- with red hair, of course -- in Spike Jonze's cinematic interpretation of Maurice Sendak's
If you wanna say yes, say yes to Harold and Maude
Nominations have been announced for the Screen Actors Guild Awards, which from the look of its glammed-up website is looking to join the Oscars and the People's Golden Global Choice Awards in the public's affection. The nominees are mostly expected -- Langella, Penn, Streep, Mickey Rourke, et alia; ... More >>
No Context by Zach Baron Sia Apple Store SoHo January 9th, 4pm Sia Virgin Megastore Union Square January 9th, 7pm If you are a recording artist in 2008, there will inevitably come a day where you will have to sit down with whoever is manufacturing your new record and decide how to convince peopl ... More >>
Academic PYT meets, seduces her literary hero in Starting Out in the Evening
Preparing for the onslaught that is the Toronto Film Festival
Al fresco shows for real New Yorkers (and their houseguests)
Culinary adventures in a Brooklyn outback
Bizarre love quadrangle binds a Mormon businessman and his three wives
Jesus is my co-pilot: Aidan Quinn stars in a network drama about desperate Episcopalians
When it comes to the abortion issue, TV shows are where they were 30 years ago.
Mortality's gone Six Feet Under, and there's no turning back.
Six Feet Under digs its own splendid grave
Mixed-race loving in the gay community turns the rainbow into a reality
From Hollywood to the Ballet, the Year In Sex Gets Mixed Reviews
ABC goes bonkers with hysterical retro housewives, crash dummies, and loopy lawyers
Indie film directors invade the TV screen
Kitty litter: Armed with bullwhip and skimpy leather catsuit, Berry coughs up a hairball
Long live the new flesh: A plastic-surgery drama that literally makes the skin crawl
Mortuary Science Can Be a Worthwhile Undertaking
The Year in TV
You're on Vacation, and for Some Reason the Theater Isn't
Hello Meta Man; the Grim Reaper Lands a Series
The Best Scripts Not Yet Mounted on a New York Stage
Recent Releases and Upcoming Events
'Six Feet Under' Comes to Life
A Feud Between Cablevision and the Yankees' New YES Network Has Left Fans in the Dark. Upset?
Searching for the Diamonds in the Rough