“Wellness” holds the individual solely responsible for wellbeing, as in, if you get sick, it’s your fault for choosing a soda over a green juice.
It’s clear – even to someone who’d pay $1,000 to stand near Gwyneth Paltrow – that A-list celebrities are rich and often out-of-touch.
If you disagree with Zionist Jews within a community, tell them they’re wrong. Don’t deny the sincerity of their beliefs.
Jewish PR maven Lynne Franks may have inspired Edina Monsoon character.
In The New Republic, Josephine Livingstone argues that teen-centricity does grown women no favors.
Everyone on this planet (and maybe some others) has, by now, weighed in.
Did Ivanka think a President Donald Trump would bring about a new, refined era in American political discourse?
US Weekly calls Ivanka “the best woman for the job.” What job though?
Is a dress code for mothers a good idea? I see a few potential pitfalls.
Some criticism of David Edelstein’s review stemmed from an ungenerous reading. Some did not.