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Jon Cryer Wasn’t a Virgin When He Slept With Demi Moore, He Was Just Bad at Sex
“I’m sure she was totally justified making that assumption based on my skill level.”
Jerry Saltz Put Michelangelo’s David in an NYC Subway — Here’s What Happened
Some New Yorkers were amused — others, not so much.
The Credibility of Late Night Comedy
“Without credibility, the jokes mean nothing.”
Stephen Colbert vs. ‘Alternative Facts": A Lifelong Rivalry
The first week of Donald Trump’s presidency has begun, and one of the weekend’s biggest headlines revolved around the phrase “alternative […]
Will Book Publishers Ever Start Fact-checking? They’re Already Starting.
The practice of checking books is fairly common, though it’s also expensive. This fall, for the first time, one publisher is even promising to pay for it.
How Many Apes Actually Live in San Francisco?
Did ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’ mislead us?
It’s Schweechuk, Dammit: Ten Police Academy Truths of Which You May Not Be […]
Does history boast a film series more venerable or revered than Police Academy, the seven goofball law enforcement comedies that launched Steve […]
Battles Reveal Album Info
Get ready for ‘Gloss Drop.’
People Are Very Curious About the Political Views and Jewishness of Late […]
So I just found this handy site, which allows you to generate a Venn diagram based on what Google suggest fills in once you start typing in […]