Tuesday, May 24 2011
Not since the Beatles broke up has there been such a communal feeling of abandonment as there is with Oprah's final airing of The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Tuesday, April 14 2009
Certainly, my wet dreams aren’t of some wanton tragic mulatto naked on her hands and knees, projecting that very old Plantation style racial order (See the next-to-last scene of Monster’s Ball). Rather, I fantasize about Mariah, Barack and Alicia.
Friday, May 30 2008
Thursday, February 7 2008
O'Donnell assesses the process whereby individual artists become celebrities, and what it's like when they and their audiences start to lose their sense of perspective in the midst of such intense, superficial media scrutiny.
Thursday, September 6 2007
Thursday, April 26 2007
Daytime shows, for all their focus on fluff and celebrity promotion, can be about something real, on occasion.
Wednesday, April 25 2007
Sunday, January 1 1995
Why aren't these smart, accomplished women discussing things that are a little more global and political in nature?