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8 Hotels You Don't Think You Know But You Do (If You've Seen These Classic Movies)
Charm, good looks, charisma, style, and a little something-something you can’t quite put your finger onthe best hotels are blessed with exactly the same qualities as movie stars. So much of the action on screen these days is shot on studio lots, green screened, or created via digital visual
Michael Herr, Author of the Vietnam-Era 'Dispatches,' Dies
Michael Herr, a former war correspondent who turned the ravages of Vietnam into the nonfiction 'Dispatches' in the 1970s, dead at 76
Hear Kanye West's Epic Meltdown Backstage at 'Saturday Night Live'
A newly-released audio recording shows the extent of Kanye West ’s reported meltdown prior to his “ Saturday Night Live ” performance last weekend. The musician, who was on the show to promote his new “The Life of Pablo” album, can be heard repeatedly yelling and cursing in the audio clip, released
5 Actual Residences Used in Horror Movies, TV Shows
From the Hotel That Inspired "The Shining" to The House in "American Horror Story"
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Beck, St. Vincent, The Fray, Neneh Cherry
This week, Beck returns with his first album in over 5 years, showcasing his mellower introspective side. Annie Clark releases her latest record as "St. Vincent," with a flashier sound palate at her disposal. Denver rockers, The Fray release their latest collection of radio-ready rock. Neneh Cherry
5 Money Talks to Have Before You Get Married
If you're ready to take the big walk then it's time to have that talk and here's why it shouldn't be delayed until after the rings are slipped on your fingers and the limousine is racing to the wedding reception or the airport.
Nicole Kidman: 'Eyes Wide Shut' Didn't End Marriage to Tom Cruise
It’s long been believed that Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman‘s marriage was on the rocks when they played a troubled couple in Stanley Kubrick’s 1999 sexual psycho-drama “Eyes Wide Shut,” but in an essay for The Hollywood Reporter, Kidman sets the record straight. “People thought...
The Science of Play: 3 Poems and a Movie
Yeats, Frost, Wilbur, Kubrick ‘Shining’: Great artists lead the scientists on how play can help make people smarter, wiser and less violent. … From ‘Two Tramps in Mud Time’ to memories of those lost on 9/11 Nature’s Edge Notebook #21 Observation, Analysis, Reflection, New Questions...
Play Seen in Humans, Fish, Atoms, and the Universe
‘A Self-Organizing Quirkiness’ May Exist in Nature Itself … From Ants to Atoms to Distant Galaxies. Nature’s Edge Notebook #17 Observation, Analysis, Reflection, New Questions Is the universe designed to make you giggle, or at least to smile? Is fun and play built into matter...