Monday, February 16th, 2015

 

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"I’m Not the Type of Girl to Kiss a Boy on the First Crime."

by Anna Fitzpatrick Booking.com Lesley Gore, the singer-songwriter behind "It's My Party," passed away today at the age of 68. Autostraddle has a pretty good rundown of Gore's LBGT advocacy and feminism. She also appeared on an episode of Batman in 1966 as Catwoman's singing henchwoman, Pussycat. 0 Comments


10 Visions Of Lady Gaga’s Wedding To Taylor Kinney

Here’s what Lady Gaga’s wedding to Taylor Kinney will probably look like. Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post:  Suppress Thumbnail from Showing on this post Keywords: celeb engagements, celeb love, celeb weddings, celebrity engagement, celebrity engagements, celebrity love, celebrity weddings, engage, Engaged, engaged celebrities, engaged celebs, engaged couple, engagement, Lady Gaga, Taylor Kinney Bookmark/Share this post with: read more


WATCH: Just Another Man and Goat Reunion Video

Erick Brown says he feels like he and his goat “are like one” Booking.com


A Controversial Ranking of Mr. Darcy’s

by Sarah Hagi As an attempt to seem like a well-read young teen, I tried very hard to read Pride and Prejudice. I always failed. I found it boring and dated! I only managed to read the book in its entirety when I was twenty, the same age as Elizabeth Bennet. Fully post-pubescent, I understood why, nearly 200 years on, Mr. Darcy was still the prototype of every curly-haired romantic comedy lead. Mr. Darcy is a haughty, awkward snob, but he’s got a heart of gold and rocks a looseRead More


PHOTOS: Honoring the First Furballs for Presidents’ Day

From Bo and Sunny to Millie and Checkers, meet the furry residents who’ve called the White House home


Cat Finally Rescued After Spending Weekend Stranded on Transmission Pole

After getting stuck on Friday, the cat didn’t receive help until Sunday afternoon


‘SNL 40’ Review: The Stars Come Home

by Erik Voss After 40 years, Saturday Night Live may be the only remaining "watercooler comedy" that everyone still has something to say about. Whether it's "The first five years were the best," or "Bring back Victoria Jackson!" (just kidding, no one says that), we all have our opinions on what is or isn't funny on the show… not just us nerdy online reviewers. SNL is, after all, one of the only shows we grew up with that's still on the air – those of us under 40 haven't lived in a world without it — and weRead More


Safe Nominees in Safe Movies: A Roundtable Discussion on the 2015 Oscar Nominations

by The Hairpin In the week leading up to the Oscars, we decided we wanted to take a critical, nuanced look at one of the most debated set of nominations in recent memory, reviled for its sheer and utter lack of diversity. We gathered pals-of-the-Pin Fariha Róisín, Pilot Viruet, Durga Chew-Bose to discuss. Do the Oscars even matter? Fariha: My initial reaction is: “Nooooooo.” Then of course, ultimately—they do. The rhetoric surrounding the oscar snub of Ava DuVernay and her film Selma (supposedly because of the portrayal of LBJ—NYT reviewerRead More


Celebrate Presidents Day With Kevin Spacey, Jamie Foxx, Will Ferrell and More Stars Who’ve Played POTUS!

Hollywood stars have long been showing off their red, white and blue pride by portraying the president of the United States in television and film. Daniel Day-Lewis added…


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