Hannah, a 24-year-old girl, asks her parents to support her New York
lifestyle for two years at $1,100 a month so she can complete her
memoir. This is necessary because she believes she is the voice of her
generation, or at least "a voice of a gener more
It’s practically moot to bring up the taboo “female comedy” tag here. So I won’t. Instead, I’d like to talk about “Girls,” the new half-hour HBO comedy from ingénue Lena Dunham, as it deserves to b... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Lindsey_Romain/2012/04/1 more
Watching Girls is a little bit like falling in love. We’re charmed, and we think, “No one gets us like they do!” We’re pleasantly surprised by all of their quirks, and we feel like they have so much to teach us. The sex is awkward at first, but we know we more
There's a classic, second-season episode of "Sex and the City" in which ever-contemplative Carrie Bradshaw couldn't help but wonder what the allure of the twenties was. "The only thing worse than being single and in your thirties in this city is being sin more
How does one begin to watch a show that has been hyped this much? There are billboards, and rapturous magazine features, and Girls -themed costume parties. (Okay, maybe not, but just you wait. It’s only a matter of time until every girl under 14th Street more
Jojo WhildenLena Dunham, Zosia Mamet and Jemima Kirke appear in HBO's "Girls."
So much was written about the first 30 minutes of "Girls" before it even aired. Critics, reporters, every person with a Twitter account in Brooklyn had a point of view abo more
I am not a girl, nor have I ever been one. But let the record show I've always been a fan of girls. Hell, I even married one. So in honor of my new favorite show Girls on HBO -- brought to you by an extremely talented team including Lena Dunham, who is a more
Note: Do not read on if you have not seen the series premiere of HBO's "Girls."
At first glance, HBO's "Girls" might look like an exaggerated version of the " S--- New Yorkers Say " meme. But Lena Dunham's "Girls" isn't just a show for young twentyso more