This holiday season, Chow Bella asked some of our favorite writers to regale us with tales of the holidays -- and food. We're at the tale end this week, with New Year's. Today: Eric Schaefer on the joys horrors of a NYE birthday. See also: - Champagne: Good, Better, Best Options with Kimber Stoneh ... More >>
What's in a name? Well, maybe a lot, but surely not everything. Take the rapping white kid from San Francisco who goes by the name Watsky. A handle like that certainly doesn't evoke images of a slick, fast-talking rapper who also has a penchant for spoken word poetry; but that's what George Watsky ... More >>
NBCâ€‹NBC aired the premiere of The Voice on Tuesday night, and it sure was both honest and intriguing.The Voice, which is hosted by former TRL dreamboat Carson Daly, involves four judges: Adam Levine, Cee-Lo Green, Christina Aguilera, and Blake Shelton. The judges, who serve as ... More >>
P.E. bringin' the noise circa 1988There's a bunch going on this week, and by a bunch I mean SXSW. It is hard to compete with that wonderful festival right now, so I will let our coverage -- handled dutifully by our own ambassador of the funk Martin Cizmar -- of the events take precedence over Up on ... More >>
from www.grantwoods.com Don't quit that day job just yet, Grant. You know, power-brokerin' 'n' stuff... I don't think Carson Daly or Jay Leno'll be breaking a sweat over this one any time soon, but I just got a little promo e-mail in my in-box announcing the launch of ex-Arizona Attorney Gene ... More >>
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