Answering the “Satisfaction” Question: Choose Sexual Chemistry by Taylor Marsh
Sofia Vergara, Objectify This, Please by Taylor Marsh
There is no difference between Beyoncé’s choice and Sofia Vergara making her own choice to put herself on a pedestal and laugh at what she deals with every day of her life.
Jimmy Fallon paying tribute to Robin Williams
We, like all of you were shaken up a bit last night when we learned that genius comedian and actor Robin Williams passed away. He was one in a kind. He was one in a million. He was unbelievable. If you don’t know his stand-up then you should YouTube it right now and watch it. He was amazing. He was funny and he was fast. He would weave in and out of characters and get Shakespearean. It was incredible.”
Jimmy then proceeded to do his best Robin impersonation, and concluded his tribute by standing on his desk and playing out a key scene in Dead Poets Society.
Comic Genius Robin Williams, Open Heart Surgery and Depression by Taylor Marsh
Nothing prepares men for what happens after open heart surgery. The oppressive depression crushes the soul and overwhelms all defenses.
Cross-posted at Huffington Post Entertainment
Comic Genius Robin Williams Gone, Suicide Suspected, by Taylor Marsh
Robin Williams has been quoted as saying “it always awaits,” the addiction that is, but this time around his demons had a companion.
Chris Pratt drops 80 pounds & gains movie star - super hero status with record breaking Guardians of the Galaxy that exceeded everyone’s box office expectations.
Photos via Marvel Studios, publicity
Oh, How We Loved You, Elaine Stritch - by Taylor Marsh
THERE will only be one Elaine Stritch and the mark she made on Broadway and the performing arts of America is indelible. Her Tony Award winning one woman show Elaine Stritch at Liberty was the jumping off point for a documentary film, which finally marked the career of this remarkable talent as it should be remembered.
The broad had longevity. …and, oh, what a mouth!
What she meant to me when I watched her… She was a marvel of white hot truth in a frame of molten humanity and vulnerability. Elaine Stritch is what any performer holds as the Diamond Standard. The gold mark just isn’t high enough.
Stritch lived at the Carlyle Hotel for many years and it’s where she made her final performance before returning home to Michigan in 2013, where she said goodbye.
Elaine Stritch is no longer here, but will never, ever be forgotten.
George Clooney Confronts ‘Daily Mail’, Report Removed by Taylor Marsh
It is despicable to insinuate harm to any woman for a marriage based in love, but when it deals in Middle East traditions while fabricating a religious association that could endanger people the publication doing so has broken faith with First Amendment principles.
Hillary’s Tour, by Taylor Marsh
ONE THING is certain, she’s running, which becomes clear the moment you crack the spine of Hard Choices. Clinton says in her book that she didn’t write it for political insiders looking for dirt. In fact, it’s written for the average American, whom Clinton asks to care about foreign policy and come along with her on the ride of her life, being secretary of state for President Obama, for whom she has enormous respect and a relationship that the establishment media will never acknowledge.
Hard Choices is not for cynics, so that alone should tell you why she’s getting the so-called “reviews” she is.