Tiffani Thiessen And Justin Bieber Create A “Saved By The Bell” T-Shirt Vortex

It all started when Justin Bieber wore a Kelly Kapowski T-shirt to the MuchMusic Video Awards. Shortly after, Tiffani Amber Thiessen, who of course played Kelly on “Saved by the Bell,” decided to wear a Justin Bieber T-shirt to the premiere of “Horrible Bosses.” “I’m just trying to show the love back,” said Tiffani. “He’… More »

The Good, The Bad & The WTF: Saying Goodbye To The “Mob Wives” For Now

Jessica Wakeman / June 27, 2011

Hands down, “Mob Wives” has been my favorite new show on television for its delicious trashiness. Last night’s season finale over-delivered in the drama department. And, as Renée Graziano would put it, we all had front row seats. After the jump—the good, the bad, and the head-scratching moments. (Also, SPOILERS!)… More »

Girl Talk: My Boyfriend Made Me Feel Ashamed Of My Sexual History

It started when I spotted an ex-boyfriend barreling toward us down the street. My pulse jolted, and I grabbed my current-boyfriend’s elbow and tugged him across the road, darting yellow taxis as we fled.
“Ugh,” I laughed, tossing a surreptitious glance over my shoulder. “I dated him years back.”

“Who?” Jared’s gaze… More »

Like A Book On A Wire

Your best books deserve a peaceful place to perch. Nest your classics between these resting finch bookends with a lovely antiqued bronze finish. Sit back, relax, and fly away to your favorite fictional worlds. More »

The Good, The Bad & The WTF: “True Blood” Season 4 Starts With A Bite

Last night’s season premiere of “True Blood” was as sprinkled with faerie dust as I ever could have hoped for. Since HBO decided to release the first six minutes of the episode weeks ago—which is kind of like the television equivalent of a drug dealer giving you your first dose free—I was wondering what trick… More »

Friends With Benefits: Awesome When It Works, Even Though It Usually Doesn’t

Full Disclosure: I was asked by our sponsor to host a discussion where two bloggers provide the male – the uber masculine gentleman, ahem, cad behind The Superficial – and female perspectives – that would be moi – on having “friends with benefits.” (If you haven’t figured out what the movie is yet, here’s a hint: IMore »