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We’ve Moved!

February 27, 2011 by


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Making Whoopi

February 15, 2011 by


The world’s first African American to win an Oscar pens a letter to Whoopi Goldberg By Hattie McDaniel Dear Whoopi, I was hanging out in Heaven yesterday, eating some candy hearts for Valentine’s Day, when someone passed along a link to you complaining on “The View” (or as we call it up here, “The Bitching […]

WeSTALK: Grammys

February 13, 2011 by


ArtSTALK: Continuing to complain during award shows so you’re not alone We’re back folks. The ArtSTALK staff is back to snark on celebrities tonight, only this time the musically inclined are in our sights. Beginning today at 7 p.m., Managing Editor Meryn Fluker will live blog/live Tweet the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards, which will be […]

F.A.M.E. and SNL

February 12, 2011 by


Chris Brown’s career was declared dead two years ago. But tonight, he takes the “Saturday Night Live” stage with two Top 20 singles and three Grammy nominations. Is it forgive-and-forget time for him? By Anna Wiegenstein In a previous ArtSTALK piece of mine, I quoted a co-worker who, when expressing her deepest loathing of an […]

Diva Ryan Murphy

February 2, 2011 by


Let’s talk about “Glee.”You don’t want to? You’re sick of it? Well too bad – this obnoxious fad is going to be around for at least another year or two. The first season of “Glee” was a novelty, something to be enjoyed not only for its musical numbers, but also for its charismatic and fun (if sometimes snarky) ways of handling topical issues. Unfortunately, the show quickly headed into a downward spiral of plotless storylines that existed only to prop up Top 40 pop songs sung by celebrity guest stars and/or provide fodder for Sue Sylvester’s zingers. Not only has the show suffered creatively (though by no means financially), but Ryan Murphy and co. bought into the hype (with the exception of Jane Lynch, because let’s face it: she’s all kinds of awesome). They turned from underdogs to bullies. Lea Michele and Dianna Agron stripped for GQ. Lea Michele was mean (SHOCK!) to a young starlet. Lea Michele is a diva on the set (noticing a pattern here?).


January 30, 2011 by


ArtSTALK: Continuing to complain during award shows so you’re not alone Welcome to ArtSTALK’s second live-blogging event, the 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. The event honors performances in film and television, so there’s no need to sit through the slow-moving tech awards or phoned-in musical performances. Plus, the actors get to drink! The show […]

Envelope, Please

January 26, 2011 by


It’s a day that I’ve consistently marked on my calendar as soon as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) announces its schedule – nomination time, also known as the moment when we all reflect over the past year in film and immediately begin bitching about what a sham it is to judge a work of art by the amount of statues it can rack up.