James Franco admits to using ‘bad judgement’ in social media interaction with teenage girl

Actor James Franco found himself in a rather awkward situation when screenshots of an alleged social media interaction in which Franco attempted to meet up with a 17-year-old girl went viral earlier this week. On Friday, Franco, 35, admitted on “Live! With Kelly and Michael” that he did in fact participate in the alleged conversation … More James Franco admits to using ‘bad judgement’ in social media interaction with teenage girl

Mac ‘n Cheese Bowl raises money for Foodnet Meals on Wheels

It was a Mac ‘n Cheese lovers dream come true last Saturday inside the Ithaca High School cafeteria as local restaurants competed for their batch of the much-loved comfort food to be named the best in town. Sixteen local restaurants and caterers were in the running, and the results have been tallied: Kilpatrick’s took first … More Mac ‘n Cheese Bowl raises money for Foodnet Meals on Wheels

Thoughts on Alec Baldwin’s ‘Good-bye, Public Life’

I should probably provide a disclaimer before getting started: I’ve always vehemently defended Alec Baldwin against haters for two very subjective reasons: 1) “30 Rock” is one of my favorite shows and 2) we share the same birthday. But biases aside, his “essay” published this earlier this week in the New York Magazine titled “Good-bye, … More Thoughts on Alec Baldwin’s ‘Good-bye, Public Life’

5 mind-enhancing documentaries you need to watch on Netflix

If you live anywhere in the Northeast, then you’re probably snowed in today. Yay Cabin Fever. But before you melt your mind with binge-watching TV shows on Netflix, here’s a short list of some of my favorite documentaries available on Netflix instant that are guaranteed to enhance your knowledge of social issues or at least, … More 5 mind-enhancing documentaries you need to watch on Netflix

Embracing your inner weirdo on social media: a balancing act

We’re all a little weird. And for some, the Internet serves as an outlet for that weirdness. For example, I started a blog once where I narrated the existential crisis of my roommate’s temperamental kitten, Bean. Although “Bean’s Ennui” was fun for me to write, I’m not going to bring it up during a job … More Embracing your inner weirdo on social media: a balancing act