You may be asking: Why is there an acoustic-strummed montage of first lady Michelle Obama's daily amazingness, and why is Beyoncé talking about it? Well ... why not?! But then, we'll answer with reason: It has to do with all that back-and-forth between first husband President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, which involves that little old impending presidential election. For the campaign, Obama's camp called on one of the larger-than-life recording artists to vet Barry's better half — not exactly a straightforward move! Naturally, the candidates are eagerly vying for a dominant share of positive public opinion, and they're both plowing through the expected, sometimes below-the-belt channels (socialist-name calling, televised antagonism, tax-return sound-offs, even birther accusations), but the incumbent takes the cake with this one. Clearly, the president knows what we've known all along: A presidency is temporary, but Michelle is forever. (Celebitchy)
"There's a kind of brotherhood between this place and my own," says Sang Yoon, burger in hand at DBGB on the Bowery. "It's my home away from home." Home is Father's Office, Yoon's pair of L.A. burger joints famous for dry-aged beef and a strict no-ketchup policy. read
The French have Cannes, the Italians have Venice, and we've got Tribeca. Each spring, the Tribeca Film Festival transforms downtown Manhattan into a cinema hub — with directors, actors, and movie lovers dropping in from Tinseltown and beyond.
It's guaranteed to be a meeting of brilliant minds — if you're lucky read