Monthly Archives: September 2014

Mary-Louise Parker to Pen Memoir

After a quarter-century in Hollywood, Mary-Louise Parker will reflect on her life in a memoir — though not necessarily about her career. In Dear Mr. You, “an autobiographical literary work of nonfiction,” Parker will write letters to men who have played a … Continue reading

All-Female Sports Talk Show to Debut Sept. 30

Just a few weeks after the Ray Rice video plainly illustrated that women’s issues (and a humane sense of right and wrong) are sorely lacking in both professional sports and its commentariat, the CBS Sports Network has announced the launch … Continue reading

Hollywood Feminist of the Day: John Cusack

Hollywood has been kind to John Cusack, who steered his teen stardom into over six dozen acting credits. But the Say Anything icon, who appears in the industry-savaging Maps to the Stars (out early 2015), knows that his career is … Continue reading