While the much anticipated Oscar nominees have yet to be announced, I’m going to take an opportunity to talk about Hollywood’s less evolved, younger Baldwin brother of an awards show -- The Golden Globes.
As the Girl Scout's 100th Anniversary approaches, a former scout writes about how the organization is combatting bigotry, and bringing us in to the 21st century.
As we ring in 2012 and embrace the new, maybe we can also rethink how we look at the old things we've cast aside.
True, the metro is more convenient, cheaper, and better for the environment. But for wanderlust and women, here's an ode to driving.
The parallel between Japanese internment during World War II and today’s rising Islamaphobia is already old news -- but it shouldn’t be, because history insists on repeating itself, and we insist on ignoring it.
The holidays are upon us, and in the spirit of being mindful of the needs of loved ones, I am particularly interested in keeping my dog safe from twinkle lights and the abundance of dropped food, curried or otherwise, that could lead to an unfortunate visit to the vet.
Todd’s company, Mid American Novelties, has outsourced its call center to Mumbai, India, and he, helpless at the whims of a new global economy, is sent there to run it. What ensues is a series of one-liner gaffs that traffic in ethnic stereotypes and induce the involuntary eye-rolling I thought I'd left behind in my teens. Let’s dive right in and explore some of the offending dialogue, shall we?
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