Is there a more appealing man on TV than Don Draper? Natasha Vargas-Cooper on the allure of the Mad Men lead—and why his dark charisma reminds her of Cary Grant and Clark Gable.
The A&E reality-TV show has a 71 percent success rate in rehabbing the most determined, hardened addicts. Natasha Vargas-Cooper digs into why the show's methods work.
Natasha Vargas-Cooper reports that Eclipse’s plot is exciting and its boys are pretty—but worries about the bloody mess that will be the next movie, Breaking Dawn.
It was a weird year—a year we won’t be sorry to see go. Natasha Vargas-Cooper picks 2009’s worst cultural trends, from Ed Hardy to bacon-love to tween-bashing.
Her sensational Internet fame over, Kari Ferrell—now in a Utah jail for fraud and forgery—displays her reflective side in a wide-ranging chat with The Daily Beast about the harsh realities of jail (food, masturbation and what the guards call her), how she will change when her sentence ends—and why Steve Jobs should send her a check.