Archive for the ‘entertainment’ Category

Comedy Central and Barstool Sports Make A Play for Pro Football

// Image via Comedy Central® “Some of my best life decisions have been made while sitting on a barstool,” said Kent Alterman, president of Comedy Central. “I’m hoping this is one of them.” Alterman’s network announced today it will air “The Barstool Rundown: Live from Houston,” a four-part comedy series kicking off Jan. 30 at […]

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The Top Ten Posts of 2016

On the eve eve of a brand-new year, I thought it might be kind of cool/sweet/fun/weird to take a look back at the top 10 posts on littlewordstudio.com in 2016. (My conclusion after perusing the list: You guys are all about J.K. Rowling, Disney movies and food, so yes, I’m stoked we’re on the same […]

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Underrated Christmas Movies: Five Films To Watch Today

Classic Christmas flicks are like the gingerbread cookies of Yuletide cinema: comforting, dependable and a safe bet to please. But you know what else is comforting, dependable and a safe bet to please? An open bar holiday party at your office. And nobody thinks that’s a good idea three hours deep into the festivities when the IT guy […]

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Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life Reviewed

[Image via Netflix] WARNING: A CRAZY AMOUNT OF SPOILERS AHEAD … After what seems like an actual year of waiting, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life has finally made its caffeinated, fast-talking, pop-culture-referencing debut on Netflix. While the very first scene—Lorelai and Rory doing their back-and-forth thing beneath the town gazebo—felt more like a poorly choreographed […]

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#lwsblogchallenge

For the entire month of December, I’ve decided to challenge myself to post one story a day. Of course that challenge—#lwsblogchallenge as we’ll call it henceforth and forevermore—starts right now on Dec. 1 and of course today on Dec. 1, I find myself on my couch, 11-pound dog sitting atpop my forehead, an ever-present sniffle tickling […]

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Lehrerboys + Ron Eshel Collaboration Set to Familiar Words

[Image via Instagram.com/lehrerboys] I once wrote the Lehrerboys broke my heart and they’ve done it again. And I couldn’t be happier. Here’s the scoop … A few weeks ago, I received an inquiry from Ron Eshel, photographer to big brands like Speedo, Mastercard, Reebok, and moment-capturer of human stars that shine widely—hello to a banana-tee-shirt-wearing Adrian Grenier—throughout the world or […]

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Famed Costume Designer Luke Reichle On Art, Fashion and Sartorial Storytelling

[Cover image via Instagram.com/redcarpetluke] In which I talk to brilliant costume designer/fine artist Luke Reichle and in re-reading his answers to my questions while creating this post, sense his creative, electric energy with such fervent palpability, it practically buzzes off my computer screen and makes me feel all sorts of inspired … 

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Jeremy Lin Shoots (But Doesn’t Score) In New Viral Video

Posted by melissa kandel on October 19, 2016 in comedy, entertainment, Sports | No Comments

If there’s anything more awesome than watching a well-made and hilarious viral video, it’s watching a failed attempt at a well-made and hilarious viral video. (The end result is no less hilarious.)  Today, Comedy Central’s fictional branding agency, Viralocity, released a new video starring Brooklyn Nets point guard, Jeremy Lin, and it’s a smart and […]

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The Comedy Jam Will See Famous Comics Unleashing Their Inner Rock Star

Adam Devine in “Goddamn Comedy Jam” // Photo Credit: Comedy Central If there’s one thing comedians like more than making people laugh … it’s making people laugh while reaching the highest of high falsetto notes as they gloriously belt out their favorite power ballad. Or so says Comedy Central.

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Luke’s Diner from Gilmore Girls Is (Sort of) Open for Business

Posted by melissa kandel on October 5, 2016 in entertainment, Hollywood, In the News, Television | 1 Comment

Photo Credit: Netflix The scene is iconic. Small tables sprinkled across a beige-tiled floor. Windows, dressed with checkered curtains, overlook a nosy but lovable New England town. The walls are covered by black-and-white photographs (relics from a hardware store of yore), a no-cell-phone sign and a chalkboard announcing the daily pancakes special. Elsewhere, ketchup bottles, […]

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