Next to THE DRESS, the big news from Westminster (okay, besides the wedding, too) were the chapeaux. And they truly were good, bad, and really ugly.
We waited. And damn it, we're gonna ogle the shit outta this thing, created by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen.
As one might imagine, things were absolutely out of control.
You may not have won the heart of a man who may ascend the throne in late middle-age, but damned if you can't win Royal Wedding Bingo!
With police investigations in shambles, a group of self-described superheroes have formed to protect sex workers from the serial killer menacing the New York area.
It's always a big deal when Harper Lee comes out of seclusion to make a statement.
When it turned out a Pennsylvania high-school English teacher was the author of erotic romance novels, some parents (predictably) freaked out.
You may have heard there's a wedding tomorrow. And as such, Anglomania has swept the world. The kickoff of BritWeek at the British Consul General's house in L.A. was a bigger deal than usual — and even brought out a few Brits.
The countdown continues. The hysteria increases. And so do the stories.
There's plenty of bad advice out there — but the books, oh the books. Buyer beware, because there's only three types of The Dating Book, and you're going to be reading one of them.
It would seem that Time's "100 Most Influential People" (or at least their guests) included Ann Coulter, Sandra Lee, and, um, the Tiger Mom. So, were their fashion choices equally...noteworthy?
Herewith, your obligatory daily roundup of conjecture, speculation, gossip and authoritative pronouncements about Friday's royal wedding.
High-school students take note: your brains are actually changed by reading As You Like It.
In case the SATC bus tour doesn't do it for you, now you can follow Carrie's personal recommendations.
Poly Styrene, the legendary X-Ray Spex frontwoman (born Marianne Elliot-Said) died yesterday of cancer. She and her music will be long-remembered. [Pitchfork]
According to a 2009 study, half of little girls 3-to-6 think they're fat. Oy vey.
Was there a dress code? Or do stars just hear "CHANEL Tribeca Film Festival Artists Dinner" and assume through long practice that it's an occasion for black and white?
Benjamin Franklin is one of our best-known and most beloved founders. His sister, not so much.