Rob Fusari, Who Discovered Lady Gaga, Gets His Own Reality Show

By: Kelli Bender / December 4, 2010
Grammy-winning songwriter and producer Rob Fusari has been in and out of celebrity news because of his links to Lady Gaga, claiming that he "made" the superstar what she is and didn't get paid appropriately for it. Well, it looks like money will be an issue no more! Fusari is rumored to… More »

Did Chivalry Kill Feminism?

By: Ask Men / December 4, 2010
In the 1950s, the rules of dating etiquette were clearer. A man knew it was not only acceptable but expected for him to open the door for his date, pull out her chair and pay for the meal. These days, the line between appreciated chivalrous acts and condescending behaviors is fuzzy at best. The feminist… More »

Help! He’s Terrible At Buying Me Gifts

By: YourTango.com / December 4, 2010
My husband cannot shop. He’s awful at buying gifts. He tries really hard, but it’s just not his thing. One year, I got socks. Then there were the years where I got electronic gifts—fun for him, but not for me (and no woman really wants a clothes steamer as her big Christmas gift, no matter… More »

Natalie Portman Says Her Dancer Boyfriend Is Flexible

"He knows how to change when things aren't working well. Sometimes I just couldn't do something. No matter how hard I worked, I couldn't do it. He would fix it to make it something that I could do. He was really flexible. Working with film and working with actors rather than dancers, that flexibility wa… More »

Mexican Airline Stewardesses Pose In Calendar To Save Bankrupt Airline

By: Jessica Wakeman / December 4, 2010
Enough with the sexy calendars already! After Mexicana Airlines filed for bankruptcy this summer, air hostesses photographed themselves in a 2011 "sexy stewardesses" calendar to save their airline. They paid $8,000 out of their own pockets to create the $12 calendar, which is on its second printing. Last time I checked, keeping an airline afloat… More »

Shopping Guide: 10 Glam Clutches And Party Purses Under $100

By: Leonora Epstein / December 4, 2010