Last June, Oscar-winning filmmaker John G. Avildsen, director of “Rocky” and “The Karate Kid,” passed away at age 81. His only daughter sheds light on the final days of her father’s illness.
There is an unproven but visible connection between people who struggle with their bodies and people who embrace dermal decoration. For one writer living with breast cancer, a small spoon tattoo helped reclaim some control over her body.
Unless you are a close friend, I am not here to celebrate your trip to Cabo nor the Ghandi quote in your caption that has nothing the f*** to do with your bikini shot.
Everyone thinks these things—we just wrote it down.
(Father takes an emotional breath) So it was Coachella Weekend 1 and Daddy had just booked his first pilot the week…
The principal shouts congratulations and 299 high school students throw their graduation caps into the air in the gym except for the girl sitting in the fourth row.
We ran into each other at that wedding and you were with your boyfriend of nine years, and I was trying very hard not to tell you that you looked gorgeous?
There’s a mansion in Bel Air that you need to take Sunset Blvd to get to but once you get to this mansion a large man asks for your name and then scrolls on an iPad and says “you guys are good.”
What if your first heartbreak started way before any other had a chance? What if it all began with a parent? A guardian, a protector, a defender of your livelihood?
How do you teach students who are groomed to be perfectionists, over-achievers, and productivity-radiating machines running the hamster wheel of modern capitalism, to be everything but that?
"Don't make passive-aggressive posts or quotes that could, in any way, be misinterpreted as being about your ex. Even if it’s funny, screenshot it and save it for later. People know who you're talking about and you’re just adding more pain to an already-painful situation."
“If you want to be safe, walk in the middle of the street. I’m not joking. You’ve been told the sidewalk is your friend, right? Wrong. I’ve spent years walking sidewalks. I’ve looked around, when there were men following me, creeping out of alleyways...and I suddenly realized that the only place left to go was the middle of street."
"I tried to force myself to enjoy this part as well, but it didn't feel good. It wasn't sweet or hot or sensual. I didn't feel comforted or wanted or sexy, or like he was doing something nice for me. It wasn't even for me at all — it was for him. I didn't matter. I was just a body."
Before she made her debut on E!'s "Rich Kids of Beverly Hills," Page Six wanted readers to believe that Bianca Espada was bratty and vapid, making her an excellent addition to a show about privileged twenty-somethings who live in a different financial stratosphere.