BOOKS, ENTERTAINMENT, MOVIES

This Week In Video History: SiriusXM on the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 red carpet

There’s been a lot of Harry Potter in the news lately — some good, and some, well, not so good. Let’s get the bad out of the way first: Last Friday (7/11), 50-year-old British actor David Legeno died while hiking … Continued

BOOKS, ENTERTAINMENT, TV

From hard copy to small screen: Author Charlaine Harris talks True Blood

True Blood binge watchers may be familiar with the sultry Sookie Stackhouse, but author Charlaine Harris’ avid readers have been sinking their teeth into Sookie’s stories since way before vampires became mainstream. Harris recently stopped by the Frank DeCaro Show … Continued

BOOKS, NEWS, NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

‘We’ve got to give them rumble from the people,’ says Ralph Nader

Politician and author Ralph Nader is not shocked by recent headlines about unemployment and a shrinking American middle class. In fact, Nader recently visited The Michael Smerconish Program to discuss his new book Unstoppable, when he provided a few choice words about … Continued

BOOKS, ENTERTAINMENT, HEALTH, LIFESTYLE

‘Burnout’ has been called civilization’s disease, says Arianna Huffington

To say Arianna Huffington is a busy lady would be an understatement. The author, mother of two, and Editor-in-Chief of The Huffington Post embodies the modern career woman (or man). But that lifestyle that can lead to burnout in both our … Continued

BOOKS, COMEDY, ENTERTAINMENT, TV

Neat freak no more: Full House’s Danny Tanner is a “Dirty Daddy”

You got it, dude. According to the title of his new memoir, Bob Saget is a Dirty Daddy. As a stand-up comic, Saget has come a long way since tucking in the Olson twins and hosting America’s Funniest Home Videos. … Continued

BOOKS, ENTERTAINMENT, NEWS AND ISSUES

Alex’s Wake: Martin Goldsmith traces his family’s history from the MS St. Louis to Auschwitz

In the spring of 1939, Martin Goldsmith’s grandfather Alex Goldschmidt, 60, and uncle Helmut Goldschmidt, 17, boarded the MS St. Louis, a luxury liner bound for Havana, Cuba with more than 900 Jewish passengers on board. Hoping to flee Nazi … Continued

BOOKS, ENTERTAINMENT, FAMILY, LIFESTYLE

Find yourself a husband before you graduate? The Princeton Mom put in perspective

While the temperatures may not have gotten the memo just yet, today is the first day of spring. Birds are chirping. People are buying iced coffees even though it has yet to reach 50 degrees. Love is in the air. … Continued

BOOKS, ENTERTAINMENT, TV

Got Game of Thrones withdrawal? Pedro Pascal provides a fix as the Red Viper

April 6 can’t come soon enough for Game of Thrones fans when the international television sensation based off the book series by George R. R. Martin returns to HBO with a vengeance. With only ten episodes per season and only … Continued

BOOKS, ENTERTAINMENT, HEALTH, LIFESTYLE, MARTHA STEWART, OPRAH

‘Pretty soon more people will be over the age of 65 than under’ – Martha Stewart talks aging with Deepak Chopra

According to Martha Stewart, the “silver tsunami” is fast approaching – but what does that mean, exactly? Stewart recently sat down on One World with Deepak Chopra on Oprah Radio to discuss that and her new book Living the Good … Continued

BOOKS, ENTERTAINMENT

Rosie Perez resented writing her new memoir. Why she wrote it anyway.

Actress, choreographer, and now author Rosie Perez recently stopped by OutQ to talk with Larry Flick about her life experiences and how hesitant she was to write her memoir, Handbook for an Unpredictable Life. Perez credited her charity, Urban Arts … Continued