Libyan Woman Says She Was Raped By Qaddafi’s Men, Is Detained At Gunpoint By Government Forces

By: Julie Gerstein / March 26, 2011
On Saturday, Libyan woman Eman al-Obeidy walked into a hotel in Tripoli, Libya, populated by foreign journalists in order to let the world know that Col. Moammar Qaddafi's military forces had beaten and raped her. What followed was a violent scuffle, as al-Obeidy was forcibly removed by Qaddafi's men, despite the protests and… More »

12 Celebs Who Were Dancers First

By: Ami Angelowicz / March 26, 2011

Dancer Claims She Doubled For Natalie Portman In “Black Swan,” Was Asked To Keep Quiet

By: Starpulse / March 26, 2011
Natalie Portman has been called many things over the past few months: superstar, A-lister, Oscar winner. But today she is being called something else: big, fat, dirty liar. Okay, maybe not big or fat, but the dance community is certainly unhappy with Portman, as the latest issue of Dance Magazine contains allegations from Portman's dancing… More »

10 Printed Shoes That Will Put A Spring In Your Step

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / March 26, 2011

Kristen Schaal Makes Us Wanna Play Video Games

  Commercials are usually those things I fast-forward through on the DVR because they're loud and try to get me to buy things I don't need. However, every once in a while, there is one I love. Take, for example, this campaign for Sony Ericsson's Experia Play smart phone, starring Kristen Schaal, totally crack… More »

In Death, Elizabeth Taylor Reveals James Dean’s Dark Secret

By: Newser / March 26, 2011
Elizabeth Taylor knew a painful secret about close friend James Dean—but, in a 1997 interview with Kevin Sessums, she asked the journalist not to reveal it until after her death. In a column for the Daily Beast, Sessums recalls that interview for POZ, a magazine dedicated to AIDS activism. "I loved Jimmy," she said of… More »