Now that I've submitted my entry in the Colorado Mills "Week of a Woman" contest, I can reflect on how well I represented my sex. The contest rules urged me to "capture everyday women on film," so I took a bunch of pictures doing things women do. But now that I've studied the heart graphic pr ... More >>
Vodka's rise to popularity wasn't just a matter of taste. As outlined in "Clear Thinking," this week's cover story, brilliant marketing also had a lot to do with the spirit's growth. And that marketing included placements in both movies and television shows -- sometimes purchased, sometimes j ... More >>
The newest installment in the tale of Carrie Bradshaw, Sex and the City 2, has hit the big screen, bringing back old flames and calling into question her commitment to Mr. Big. Of course you have to see what happens, along with twelve of your closest girlfriends! And Kona Grill, at 3000 East ... More >>
From Forbes.comDenver: The best city for single ghosts trying to catch a train? Forbes.com -- America's go-to source for tax law updates, breaking commodities news and sexiness -- has named Denver the 13th best city for singles. "With a brunt of popular sports teams -- Broncos, Nuggets, Ava ... More >>
Candace Bushnells fifth novel tackles New York City real estate.
Despite the labels and levity, the big-screen SATC is a poor man's knockoff.
Intelligence goes soft in this more obvious than smart rom-com.
This show is better than a one-night stand.
Tuesdays are a free-for-all -- if you're female.
Failure is Matthew McConaughey's perfect movie.
Maid rehashes an old formula.
Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell isn't Carrie Bradshaw. Like, really.