Rey is a Palpatine
This post obviously contains some spoilers. People know me as that food nerd, but I was a Star Wars nerd long before I ever even picked up a knife.
The Comedian’s Comedian’s Comedian
He’s a boxer, a Buddhist, a hoops junkie, and a kind of Yoda to every funny person born since 1965 (Sandler, Silverman, Apatow, Gervais, Baron Cohen…). Amy Wallace survives a rare sparring session with Garry Shandling, the reclusive master of American comedy
James Patterson Has a Big Plan for Small Books
People already read James Patterson’s books — and in staggering numbers. Last year, he and his team of writers had 36 books land on the New York Times best-seller list. To date, he has published 156 books that have sold more than 325 million copies worldwide.
Eating something sweet can lead to a romantic date
Ate something bitter? It can make you judgmental. Feeling love is all around? It can make even water taste sweeter. Not only do our emotions influence our perceptions of taste, but what we taste can also change how we feel, scientists have found.
Real ‘Siberian unicorn’ remains found
(CNN) New research has revealed the ‘Siberian unicorn’ roamed the planet far more recently than we originally thought. The bad news is it looked nothing like the mythical creatures portrayed in so many fairy tales. It was fatter and furrier, and in reality more rhino than stallion.
Is ‘Friends’ Still the Most Popular Show on TV?
When the TV critic Andy Greenwald, who is 38, returned to his high school near Philadelphia last May to speak to students about his job, he wondered how it would go. After all, today’s students are a digital generation who have only a vague association with the concept of “TV”.
Why Are We So Scared Of Teenage Girls?
“I’d rather do anything than treat teenage girls,” a psychologist friend once told me. He said that teenage girls couldn’t be trusted, that they would pretend to be your friend and then stab you in the back, even if you were their shrink.
Personality influences how one reacts to email errors
You no who you aer: the person who thinks its her job too catch every typo or gramatical errur? This behavior is partly the result of personality traits that influence how people react to written errors, according University of Michigan linguistics experts.