Number 3 — Save your salutes for the very few people that actually deserve them.
“Say My Name!” Author Jay Cradeur shares some lessons learned from Heisenberg aka Walter White of Breaking Bad.
Participants and viewers of the GOP Debate hosted by CNBC were visibly dissatisfied with the network and its moderators.
Two black Philadelphia journalists met for the first time and interviewed each other, creating a magical moment for black journalism history.
While sexual ads and violent programs invite viewers’ attention, they may be bad for business. Robert Lull and Brad Bushman check it out.
Tired of what’s on television? Doyin Richards shares ideas for seven parenting shows that should be on TV right now.
The admitted racist, the accused rapist and how media, not facts, create heroes.
A Philadelphia drummer remembers, in music and thought, his famous friend whose voice is missed.
Carl Bosch, with a bit of a rant.
A watermelon, a soda bottle and liquid nitrogen—BOOM! Literally. Be sure to stay around for the slo-mo replay. And Jimmy Kimmel’s banter is the best.
How does Don Draper reflect the changing roles of men in the 21st century? Adam Garone, CEO and Co-Founder of the Movember foundation, gives his insights.
If it were just one movie or TV show, we could dismiss it. But it’s a consistent trope across many different stories. Why?
Andre J. wants to tell you one thing: love yourself. That’s how Andre went from being bullied in the projects to appearing on the cover of French Vogue.
There has never been a man on screen quite like this Jamie character. What does that mean to the business of entertainment, and to the portrayal of gender violence on screen?
They’re more than just sexist jerks, they’re the heroes of a different show.
Fashion blogger Tillie Adelson of MyStilettoLife learns firsthand about the dishonest side of reality TV auditions.