In keeping with a long and proud institutional tradition of being all over the Windsors, for May Vanity Fair has rolled out a whole “Love and Royals” edition of the magazine that goes very, very hard on the royals generally and the royal wedding specifically.
A court has ruled that a New York City auction house does have the right to sell several personal items that once belonged to Madonna, including a pair of her panties, a hairbrush, and her breakup letter from Tupac.
Will and Kate have left the Lindo Wing with the latest addition to the family—a boy fifth in line for the throne, name as yet unannounced. Photographers were of course waiting for the first glimpse at the kid.
Encouraging news for parents of teens and future teens: The prom is getting cheaper! Kinda. Sorta.
I cannot stop looking at this picture of Prince Harry and Justin Trudeau. Are they swapping Toronto dinner recs? Is does Prince Harry belong to Canada now, even though he is marrying an American? Could they be talking about how desperately they miss Barack?
Senator Tammy Duckworth made history on Thursday, bringing her newborn daughter Maile onto the Senate floor to cast a vote.
Just when I think I’m getting accustomed to the idea that an American actress is marrying Prince Harry, something reminds me that the Windsors have gone full mid-2000s basic cable movie. Today it’s these nearly decade-old images of Meghan Markle from a gifting suite.
Americans are fascinated by the royal family of the United Kingdom. As visitors to this very website so often ask in the comments: Why? Didn’t we fight a war to get away from these people?
Trailers are out of control. We have teasers for trailers and trailers for teaser trailers, and now, here is a video date announcement for Season 2 of GLOW. That being said, it’s a delight!
Queen Elizabeth’s last corgi has died. RIP Willow and also my emotions.
“I have always believed from the beginning that shoes tell a story more than covering your feet,” said shoe designer Stuart Weitzman, introducing members of the press to the New York Historical Society’s latest exhibit. “Walk This Way” bears his belief out, offering a fascinating tour through history via women’s…
Very sorry to inform all of you die-hard royalists that you will not be able to pitch your custom tent emblazoned with the Union Jack and faces of various royal family members along the procession route for Harry and Meghan’s upcoming nuptials.
A couple of amateur archeologists—one of them a 13-year-old—wielding metal detectors have found a cache of treasure from the 900s (you read that right) that once belonged to a “King Bluetooth.” This is a perfect story, featuring not just a teen stumbling upon ancient loot, but also a great new insult to lob at any…
Like Kate Middleton and Princess Charlotte before her, Meghan Markle is fast becoming an international business phenomenon. Fashion companies around the world are eager to get their hands on the hottest lottery ticket imaginable—a shot at appearing on any part of Markle’s body during one of her public strolls.
After teasing with news of various cast additions along the way, including Tonya Harding and Adam Rippon, Dancing with the Stars has finally revealed the full cast for Season 26—all of whom are athletes. Yet another humiliation for Sean Spicer.
Wow, what’s an impresario got to do around here to get a fire party off the ground? Damn.
Canada is honoring a prolific commercial illustrator responsible for the covers of more than 500 Harlequin romance novels—specifically, with a postage stamp.
Netflix will soon release a documentary about a fascinating group of women—the “Mercury 13,” pilots who passed a battery of astronaut tests only for NASA to decline to include them in America’s space program. Check out the trailer above.
TV’s obsession with the great celebrity news stories of the 1990s continues, as though the universe were sitting in an attic somewhere, rifling through tattered old copies of People. The latest development: TLC is making a two-hour documentary about JFK Jr.’s 1996 wedding to Carolyn Bessette.
An eon ago, when we were young and the world was new—which is to say, the early 2010s—one of the most shocking political stories going was the sordid tale of Toronto mayor Rob Ford. Obviously it’s being made into a movie and the man cast as the infamous politician is... Damien Lewis.