One of America’s best chefs (and a James Beard winner) offers a spring feast straight from the farm that anyone can recreate at home. Her new book, 'Cooking in the Moment,' imagines the seasons as a shopping list. For Reusing it’s not about politics but simply taste.
Over a year after she killed herself, there’s a deal to keep Phoebe Prince's alleged bullies out of prison, bringing closure to a case that made international headlines. But for the town that was the center of the tragedy--and the six teens who were charged--moving on may not be easy.
From Oxygen’s Bad Girls to Bravo’s Real Housewives franchise, the small screen is awash with black females who roll their eyes, bob their heads, snap their fingers, talk trash, and otherwise reinforce the ugly stereotype of the “angry black woman.”
This is the Olsens’ new reality, one that has replaced a childhood lived on Hollywood backlots and an adolescence spent in the glare of the paparazzi. They built a billion-dollar empire on the cult of celebrity, adoring kiddie fans, and a vast array of tchotchkes. Now they are creating something else entirely.
Full-frontal dude-ity isn’t limited to visual punchlines in comedies like "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" and this summer’s "The Hangover Part II." Male genitals (or, to use the now popular Hollywood vernacular, “peens”) are cropping up across the cultural grid.