Film, Television, Art, Literature,
Comedy, and so much more...
Thursday, Jan 10
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Thursday, Dec 27
Thursday, Dec 20
Now that she’s finally split from "Today," here’s a retrospective on the fast-falling Fox host.
Two decades since its premiere, the show’s greatness is unassailable.
Peter Jackson’s new film chronicles the Great War’s intensity in full color and spectacular detail.
Tuesday, Jan 15
Tuesday, Jan 8
Tuesday, Jan 1
Tuesday, Dec 25
It's Showtime NYC lit up the Metropolitan Museum Of Art's Arms and Armor department with hip-hop dance.
On Sunday, January 6, the Three Kings Parade took place in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
We saw a lot in 2018 - here's a recap of our best photoblogs from the year that was!
Tuesday, Dec 25
Tuesday, Nov 27
Tuesday, Oct 23
Tuesday, Sep 25
Lorraine shares how her childhood was affected by illness and how it has impacted her life as an adult. 1st Person is presented…
Nicole reflects on the family dynamics of her family during her childhood and the role of religion in eventually changing that.
Mike shares memories of what Miami was like when he was a child in the 1940s as compared to how the city is today. 1st Person…
Looking at our most read stories of the year makes us wonder about what our readers want.
How Al Jourgensen accidentally got Bush’s legacy more correct than anyone on cable news.
A new study finds that the video game may help people cope with stressful waiting periods.
The yolk’s on Kylie Jenner, and all of us.
Music nerds & people alive during the height of Bowie know all about him, but Gen-Zs are just starting their obsession.
With the actor accused of sexual assault, it’s uncomfortable revisiting much of his body of work.
He's skilled enough to bounce back if he's willing to make the effort.