Tuck in with your Marine or your Hannah, and prepare to get a little weird.
Lena Dunham’s hit series “Girls” is coming to an end this year, and the show’s four actresses came together to dish one last time.
The Golden Globes — or as I like to call them, the fashion preview for the Oscars.
Need something fun to read over Christmas? Check out the January issue of InStyle.
Season two of “Girls” wrapped up last weekend, but here’s something to tide fans over for a bit. New York Magazine put together this collection of the “The Wit and Witticisms” of Shoshana, the show’s most Jewish character (see below). And if you haven’t done so yet, read our piece about how Shoshana reinvented the JAP character here.
“Phil Spector, Al Pacino and Keith Richards…” sounds like the beginning of a really good joke — or at least, a pretty booze-filled one.
Within two minutes, it’s evident that Shoshanna Shapiro is a Jewish American Princess. But the character on HBO’s ‘Girls’ is no typical stereotype.
Zosia Mamet recently stopped by Conan to answer the question that fans of her HBO show “Girls” have been asking since the series debuted: Is dating in your 20s really as bad as the show makes it look?
Whether or not they are fans of the new hit HBO series “Girls,” former Camp Ramah-niks may want to tune into this week’s episode on Sunday at 10:30. In the episode, titled “Camp Friend,” their summer home-away-from-home gets a shout-out. Now, would that technically be product placement or guerilla marketing? Doesn’t matter — either way, it’s 15 minutes…well, more like 15 seconds… of fame for Conservative Judaism’s camping movement.