A Very Michael Jackson “Glee”

This is actually sort of thrilling—on February 6th, right after the Super Bowl, "Glee" will be back with a special Michael Jackson-themed episode. Here is one of the first photos from the episode, which will be followed two days later with another fresh dose on its regular night. I'm sorta hoping Puck doe… More »

10 Oscar Snubs That Still Make Us Mad

Woman Allegedly Mows Down Cousin After Man Refuses Her Facebook Friend Request

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / January 26, 2011
Today in "bitches be crazy!" news: Melanie Snanopoulos, of Long Island, allegedly mowed down her cousin, Giselle Penagos, 21, twice with her van after fighting about a guy. On Sunday, Snanopoulos and Penagos got in a heated fight while driving after Snanopoulos discovered that a man she was interested in had accepted Penagos' Facebook friend… More »

James Franco Gets Trapped Under A Mini-Fridge!

By: Jessica Wakeman / January 26, 2011
Calamity struck at "The Daily Show" yesterday, when actor James Franco went looking for a Snickers bar ... and a mini-fridge fell on his arm, trapping him in the green room. Watch as James, much like his "127 Hours" character, attempts to cut his own arm off with a spork -- until… More »

Dear Wendy: “My Husband Calls Another Woman Constantly”

By: Wendy Atterberry / January 26, 2011
Last month my husband received a friend request on Facebook from a childhood friend he hasn't seen or spoken to in 10 years. She wrote him a couple of messages and they texted over the holidays. I figured this was a case of old friends catching up and didn't think much of it. Last week,… More »

A Winter Scarf With An Identity Crisis

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / January 26, 2011
It's 20 degrees out and you've forgotten your gloves again. So typical. Thank goodness your scarf works overtime. Or it would if you owned Wolf & Harrison's knit scarf with pockets perfect for stuffing your nearly frost-bitten mitts in. Oh crap. Forgot your earmuffs too? No worries, this scarf is long enough to wrap around… More »