To some, he’s an endlessly illuminating source of sports-business infotainment, a self-styled reporter for the social media age; to others, he is the embodiment of corporate greed and cultural ruin. How did a nebbishy theater major from Long Island transform himself into sports media’s biggest lightning rod?
What do a sci-fi comedy about an English town overrun with robots and a new album from American indie-rock heroes have in common? Only the most important question a self-absorbed generation can face: How do we grow up?
The once and future Van Halen frontman has parlayed the sex and drugs and rock ‘n’ roll of his youth into a wild middle age, and he wants to teach us all about it. Drinking, smoking, and swinging swords on a Saturday night at home with the last true rock star.
The prickly filmmaker once wished cancer upon the late critic after a bad review. But Ebert had the last laugh.
The new Yahoo CEO announced last week that her employees now actually have to work in the office. People are calling this an affront to working families, but…it really isn’t.
Words! Glorious, wonderful words.
Was it Half-Price Tickets For Drooling Idiots Night? Stop booing Jeremy Lin!
Celebration Rock is an argument for the vitality of rock music, even if all they’re really saying is “Hell yeah!”
HBO’s new film is, against all odds, the definitive document about the band — but on their terms.