Every year in Los Angeles, the greatest collection of beautiful, talented people assemble one Sunday in February.
I love Sean Spicer on SNL, but he really has to be fired for banning the media.
What Trump wants to do more than anything is to show us his pudenda.
Girls is The Wire for millennials.
One Direction is bigger than The Beatles.
Adele could put out her own charity record and raise more funds than the Geldof-inspired product.
Scientists aren’t known for their fashion sense, although this gent’s tats are worthy of a recurrent role on Girls.
Misery is a terrible state.
Franzen’s fifth novel, Purity – his first since 2010’s Freedom stormed the bestseller charts – will see the author telling the story of Purity Tyler.
Another quality paperweight from Mr Franzen. Presumably he’s showing, not telling, the story of Purity Tyler.
Our Dickensian morality causes us to empathise with the dysfunction in the depiction of a barely working, working class family (Shameless). The same morality causes us to disdain the dysfunction in the depiction of barely working, downwardly mobile upper class women (Girls).
Politics almost always detracts from art (Baraka).