“My history was written by men. It is male centered. But my tradition is not.”
“You can’t call yourself a friend when the first sign of trouble, you run,” said Gifford of her long-standing friendship with Weinstein.
Harper Lee’s estate took issue with Sorkin’s portrayal of Atticus Finch as less than a perfect, uncomplicated hero.
At least one college professor thinks she has the answer to why 1997 happened.
In the accompanying video, Waters’ head floats silently as his voice recites a poem by Palestinian poet, Mahmoud Darwish.
“You show up, you get tortured for a while, and you get killed off.”
The workout guru must pay the tabloid’s legal bills after unsuccessfully suing them over a story that falsely claimed he was transitioning.
In the first interview since he was arrested in Georgia for public drunkenness, Shia LaBeouf talks about his past, his future, and Kanye West.
The story of Harris Wittels, comedy’s golden boy (and Sarah Silverman’s mentee) who died of an overdose in 2015, is brutally honest — and funny.
Sulkowicz is known for “Mattress Performance (Carry That Weight)”, a performance art piece about their alleged sexual assault at Columbia University.