My family and I recently vacationed on the West Coast. However you do your vacation, I hope you're doing it well. As for us, we got zombified for Hope For Young Adults With Cancer. We drove along the edges of a massive California forest fire and shot a music video at the Salton Sea, among other, les ... More >>
Note: In his column Serrano Time, award-winning writer and goofball Shea Serrano writes about his life and times. Song: One Direction, "Story of My Life" History: A long time ago there were barber shop quartets and then after that the New Kids On The Block, and more recently five UK dudes were li ... More >>
When you are an actor, you take basically whatever will feed you just as long as you get to perform. Many actors either got their start in music videos or they will appeared in one after they got famous. Oftentimes, they are pretty memorable.
This Friday, Tea Party man-crush Ted Cruz, whose father emigrated from Cuba to the United States, and Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst, who speaks some mean Gringo Spanish, will not -- to our great disappointment -- speak in Spanish at their debate in Dallas. Or Spanglish. It's going to be more of ... More >>
A bar in a grocery store? You read that right.
In 1926 historian Carter G. Wilson began what was known as Negro History Week in an effort to make the African American story more prevalent in our culture's consciousnesses. The week evolved into an entire month-long celebration and promotion of African American history, which we recognize this mon ... More >>
Victoria Jackson went from the big leagues of comedy to the rabid right of modern politics.
Miley Cyrus' 19th birthday party was taped and the video revealed her admission that she is a stoner. On her 18th birthday, Cyrus was filmed smoking salvia. This upset fans, but it especially upset parents. No parent wants to see their child's Disney idol bragging about puffing the magic dr ... More >>
There's one in every neighborhood: a restaurant that you pass by almost every day and think to yourself, "One of these days, I've got to try that place." But you never do. I'm not talking about famous restaurants you haven't visited; I'm talking about the kind of place that nobody talks about ... More >>
Fly high with joy at one of Cirque du Soleil's most popular shows
Ugh! The only interesting thing about the whole damn show was the realization that Goldie Hawn looks like Mickey Rourke. Stop with the work, lady! Seriously. God love Hugh Jackman, but this is not the Tonys. Could that Beyonce "Best of the Musicals" number been any more cheese ball? I have exp ... More >>
Seven months have passed since the polygamist raid in Eldorado, but the effects linger
As promised, Miss Pop Rocks is back with more 2007 Pop Culture Moments To Be Thankful For. So wipe that leftover turkey off your chin and settle in for another round. Dr. Jan Adams Walks Off Larry King: This one is fresh off the Pop Culture pipeline. Miss Pop Rocks can’t quite understand why so ... More >>
Everyones favorite Vulcan brings his logic to full-figured women
Stick it to The Man and avoid this slipshod, ugly mess
Racing Stripes is strictly for kids. More precisely, it's not for them either.
Cuba and Beyoncé fire up the soul of the South
Randall White's characters live a little left of center
Everything old is mold again when a brotha from another hood lands in medieval times
Monkeybone drops you into a surreal world overrun by your worst simian nightmares
The Great Caruso's Forum adds a new layer of delightful kitsch to Sondheim's musical
Or: Why winning an Oscar sometimes means losing sight of a career
Girl, Interrupted can't distinguish between crazy and normal adolescent turmoil
An amnesia-stricken stranger inspires a play to remember
A boy and real depth are both missing in this movie
Shallow feels swell in McMillan-inspired Stella
In Fathers' Day, Billy Crystal and Robin Williams need some comic relief
Amazingly, Bogus pulls off its high concept
Two offbeat films chronicle three offbeat young women's struggles
Disney's latest can't compare with its greatest
Talking with Annie Leibovitz about the manufacture of cultural identity and the American dream