The Skinny on the South Beach Diet

Gravy speaks with Adrienne Bitar, author of Diet and the Disease of Civilization, all about diet books and why they capture the American imagination. Nearly 18 years ago, Dr. Arthur Agatston, a Florida cardiologist, published The South Beach Diet. The diet book became a best-seller and earned the endorsements of Bill and Hillary Clinton, Barbra Streisand, and Oprah Winfrey.
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Cigar Aficionado’s 2021 Holiday Gift Guide

The joy of the holidays comes with some responsibilities—most obviously inspired giving. If your gift list is populated with lovers of the leaf your task is easier: simply scour our ratings of fine, handmade smokes for the appropriate box of presents. For those who want to be more creative, we’ve compiled the following gift guide that includes not only cigar accessories the accouterments and aspirational items that accompany our never-ending pursuit of the good life. From $15 to $15,000, you’re sure to find something for the cigar aficionado on your list.
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Take Inspo from Iconic Movie Looks for Your Next Party

Putting together the perfect holiday party outfit can be overwhelming, especially after last year’s low-key celebrations, which involved more PJ pants than cocktail dresses. If you need a little help on the mood-board front, why not channel the stylish heroines from some of our favourite iconic movies?. From Michelle Pfeiffer’s...

Oscar Legends: The Oliver Stone Interview

Oliver Stone is a most divisive figure. Yet no one can deny he is a filmmaking force who has created some of the most significant and groundbreaking works in film history. From Platoon to Born on the Fourth of July to JFK to Natural Born Killers to Alexander (yes, Alexander), Stone has dared to delve into controversial themes and use the cinematic lens and his fearless narrative gifts to provoke audiences towards dialogue, to ask—no, demand—those viewers rethink the way they accept what they are spoonfed.

Movie Review – JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass (2021)

JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass, 2021. Directed by Oliver Stone. Featuring Donald Sutherland (voice), Whoopi Goldberg (voice), Robert F Kennedy Jr, Jacqueline Kennedy (archive), John F. Kennedy (archive), Walter Cronkite (archive), Fidel Castro (archive), Martin Luther King (archive), Gerald Ford (archive), Lee Harvey Oswald. SYNOPSIS:. Writer-director Oliver Stone opens...

Freeway feat Scarface-Baby Don't Do It

Beanie is the only roc artist to outdo face on a track. the camel dubbed BP as the most soulful rap cd but i think other roc soldiers from that era had, as a collective, just as much if not more "soulful" songs with better samples and better usage of such samples for the subject matter in question.

What is the absolute worst movie you’ve ever seen?

I said it before and I'll say it again, Human Centipede is hands down the worst move I've ever seen in my life. There was a Kimba movie that was barely animated i had on VHS as a kid. I don't remember anything that happened in it, i just remember it was barely animated xD.

The Scarface Controversy Explained

It's rare for iconic films to have achieved such status without some sort of controversy coloring their legacies. Such is the case with "Scarface," the 1983 crime drama starring legendary actor Al Pacino as the ruthless Tony Montana. The tale of the fictional Cuban immigrant turned violent drug lord has become culturally synonymous with the idea of obtaining the American Dream at all costs, revered by rappers, suburbanites, and edgy middle schoolers alike. While the passage of time can make it easy to forget, "Scarface" caused such a major uproar during its heyday that the film couldn't even begin production without intervention from government officials.