Dominique Cruz

Dominique Cruz is a cultural mix of Sicilian and Puerto Rican descent, but best describes herself as a hip non-hipster New Yorker, who just so happens to suffer in the suburbs. When she isn't fleeing to the Staten Island ferry to the city, she spends her time writing, enjoying a good book, and dreaming of her alternate reality where she's Tina Fey, and Tina Fey is paying student loans. She has contributed to Black Book magazine, Star magazine, and more.

Jason Segel is The Consummate Everyday Man in ‘The Five-Year Engagement’

‘Good Will Hunting: 15th Anniversary Edition’ Proves that the Film Never Loses Its Charm

On the Hunt with Patrick Watson

No Holds Barred: ‘The Sarah Silverman Program: The Complete Series’

‘I Melt With You’ Shows Men as the Ultimate Worst Caricatures of Themselves

Scorsese’s ‘Hugo’ Is a Love Letter to Cinema

Full Monty for the Fans: An Interview with the Fray

‘Our Idiot Brother’ Is Not as Dumb as It Looks

Chasing the Light: An Interview with Mat Kearney

‘Friends with Benefits’ Plays Against Type and Fails

‘Gia’: I Have to Go, We All Have to Go

Primitive Thinking: ‘Beavis and Butt-Head: Mike Judge’s Most Wanted’