The '80s brought forth a slew of unforgettable fashion pieces: jelly shoes, mesh shirts, plastic bangles and, of course, the dreaded scrunchie. There are certainly a few trends from that decade that need not be recycled.
While the reprieve from the Florida heat was short-lived for Gainesville, it's no surprise that the rest of the world is acting as if it was actually cold outside. It is January, after all, and this season's latest fashions include an array of the most stylish winterwear.
Releasing a digital-only EP the day after New Year's, and thus neglecting the cash windfall of stocking-stuffer season, proves a curious move for any established artist, but downright shocking for a man as notoriously money grubbing as Billy Corgan.
"Juno" is "Little Miss Sunshine" for 2007: a cute comedy with "indie" sensibilities that has won the hearts of both critics and audiences alike. The main difference between the two, however, is that "Juno" is actually good.
Over drinks the other day, my girlfriend said something puzzling: "I like to sleep with my friends because I know them, but why do they always end up falling for me when I specifically tell them this isn't anything more than sex?"
With the Writers Guild of America strike still in full swing, TV viewers are starting to feel the effects. Yeah, we've gotten by in the past few weeks with the holidays to distract us, but now that they're over we're left itching for a fix. So while we wait for a resolution to the strike, here are some fun alternatives for all you TV lovers:
Every year it seems like there's more pressure to buy my loved - and sometimes not-so-loved - ones awesome, creative, flawlessly wrapped gifts. Yet even though Black Friday came and went, I have not one giveable gift.
Editor's note: While Danny and I disagree somewhat on the year's best movies, remember he's the expert. Here are his picks.
If you're wondering what to get your music-savvy friends for the holidays, consider buying them these releases to add to their record collections. Ha, just kidding - who actually pays for music anymore? Anyway, I couldn't mention only 10, so here's my baker's dozen of top picks for the albums of 2007.