Journalist and author
The entertainment industry asks the question: what's the matter with kids today? They used to go to movies. Now what are they doing?
Aug. 13, 2006from The Business
The poetry in Ariana Reine’s A Sand Book is centered around the theme of hiding: running away and trying to escape.
Jul. 19from Bookworm
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp talks about Lit Lit festival and Tosh Berman’s memoir
Jul. 18from Art Talk
Joe wants to know: "Where is the broadcast network version of Shark Week?"
Jul. 9from Screengrab
Judge Judy has been on TV for two decades, resolving real-life small claim disputes. She’s the queen of daytime television, beating Ellen DeGeneres, Dr.
Jun. 25from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Spanish architecture firm SelgasCano is taking over LA with brightly colored plastic and lots of plants.
Jun. 25from Design and Architecture
In 1989, a young sailor named Tracy Edwards made history when she skippered the first all-female crew in a round-the-world race aboard a secondhand yacht named Maiden.
Jun. 28from The Business
The Emmy nominations were announced this week, and while HBO epic ‘Game of Thrones’ broke the record for total nominations in a single season at 32, the news was also an affirmation of…
Jul. 19from Hollywood Breakdown
When Philip Johnson built the Crystal Cathedral in for televangelist Robert Schuller in 1980 it was called "the largest glass building in the world."
Jul. 9from Design and Architecture
Editor/poet David Trinidad, poet Amy Gerstler, and publisher Ruth Greenstein reflect on the dynamic mind behind Punk Rock is Cool for the End of the World: Poems and Notebooks of Ed…
Jul. 11from Bookworm