'Happyish' season one finale review: 'Starring Christopher Hitchens, Phillip Larkin and Josef Stalin'TheCelebrityCafe.comJun 29 10:27 AM
Is Happyish not as smart as it thinks, or rather not as enlightening as it wants? Probably the latter. read more
- The Atlantic via Yahoo! NewsJul 03 04:15 AM
Midway through Goldie Hawn and Michael Eisner’s on-stage conversation at the Aspen Ideas Festival on Thursday, the former Disney CEO proposed a theory for what made Hawn stand out in Hollywood over the years. It’s a statement that recalls Christopher Hitchens’s Vanity Fair essay, “Why Aren’t Women Funny?,” which drew big controversy upon its publication in 2007, given the success of women ...
- Daily TelegraphJun 19 10:09 AM
It's pretty obvious why so many Tory men adore Liz Kendall
- Washington PostJun 08 12:13 PM
It can be tough to deliver that message, but waiting too long to do so is even worse.
- New York PostJun 19 08:04 AM
Dapper, witty, lively, eccentric and sagacious, Bill Nighy makes for the perfect movie dad in “About Time,” the unjustly neglected 2013 film that, in the trappings of a high-concept romcom,...
- The GuardianJun 27 04:05 PM
Lib Dem leadership candidate Tim Farron espouses his faith, but how far can we trust him on ethical issues? In that dark period before he became a regular churchgoer, suffused with enough faith to deliver glad tidings as and when – and, incidentally, get his vicar to sign off those vital attendance records for schooling purposes – David Cameron confided that his religious faith resembled Magic ...
- Bloomberg via Yahoo! FinanceJun 23 09:34 AM
"Bernie Sanders" fixes his eyes on the camera and shares his pain. To prove the media wrong, "Sanders" heads off on a tour of various extreme-fun settings. The Bernie Sanders in this Funny or Die video is not the Bernie Sanders who's serving his third term in the United States Senate.
- The GuardianJun 08 10:00 PM
The scientist and bestselling writer has become the face of a new crusading atheism. But even his closest allies worry that his online provocations do more harm than good In Dublin, not long ago, Richard Dawkins visited a steakhouse called Darwin’s. He was in town to give a talk on the origins of life at Trinity College with the American physicist Lawrence Krauss . In the restaurant, a large ...
- Washington PostJun 18 06:00 AM
Gene makes a joke on Twitter. It gets retweeted. Chaos ensues.
- BloombergJun 23 09:49 AM
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