One of the most talented entertainers of our time is also one of the most elusive. Elizabeth Wurtzel on why we can never really know Bob Dylan—and why we don't need to.
On hearing of his passing Sunday at 71, Elizabeth Wurtzel reflects on his checkered career—and undying legend.
Television’s new female archetype is single-minded but manic, and the leader of the pack is Homeland’s Claire Danes. Elizabeth Wurtzel on why that’s a problem.
Kids used to take big changes, but the crazy energy of youth seems to have subsided, says Elizabeth Wurtzel
They weren’t easy, and Paul Westerberg is just difficult. Elizabeth Wurtzel on the cult band’s comeback.
Sick of pundits, Elizabeth Wurtzel’s Tea Partier mom has turned to Al Jazeera America—and is loving it.
California’s gay marriage court fight seemed a landmark-in-waiting until a surprising turn this past week. Elizabeth Wurtzel on the inside dynamics that may halt the case before it reaches the Supreme Court.
Michael Bloomberg's lofty defense of that so-called Ground Zero mosque, which won de facto approval yesterday, missed a larger point: It's good strategy.
In Sarah Palin’s case, it was (sorta). In Caroline Kennedy’s case, it isn’t. Here’s the difference.
A week ago the author questioned whether Caroline Kennedy was qualified to be a senator. Now that Kennedy has started sharing her platform, has she changed her mind?