#FunnyPOTUS: The 13 Best Jokes At The White House Correspondent’s Dinner


The White House Correspondents’ Dinner is about the jokes, really. This year, both President Obama and SNL cast ... See the Rest

#50Shades: Do Jamie & Dakota Really Hate Each Other… As Much As Some Hate The Movie?


Well, simply put, it seems that Fifty Shades of Grey leads, Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan, do NOT like each other. Or at least, they didn't like each other much during filming and in the beginning of their press marathon which ... See the Rest

Quote Unquote: Brad Elterman


"I hated those press bullpen situations. I found them degrading to cover, and everyone got the same boring, staged photo. When Madonna made her first trip to the American Music Awards (in '82), I ... See the Rest

The World According to Wonder According to Dangerous Minds


Nice, substantial, blush-worthy review/overview by Niall O'Conghaile at Dangerous Minds of our World According to Wonder coffee table book, which you might ... See the Rest

Our WOW Bosses Inside Out


In the current issue of Out magazine Natasha Vargas-Cooper visits with the World of Wonder founders, our fearsome leaders, Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato, and over the course of four packed pages, all is revealed, including the answer to which one of the two is cuddlier. Her ... See the Rest

Kelly Green Blog Explains Why You Should Buy The World According to Wonder

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Have you ordered your copy yet? Well, why the hell not? This is something that only comes along once in a generation. It’s a real, honest-to-goodness Coffee Table Book With a capital C! For all you ... See the Rest

Gay.Net Previews 10 of the “Gayest Celeb Portraits” in The World According to Wonder


From the website: "Available Feb. 5 on Amazon, The World According to Wonder is a covetable coffee table book celebrating 21 years of entertainment from See the Rest

Instinct Magazine Likes Our Book

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The World According to Wonder got reviewed in Instinct magazine on the page with a few other weighty (but not nearly as heavy) books. The type up there is probably too tiny for you to read, so we'll tell you the review is very positive. It starts by calling the book "part freak ... See the Rest