RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Lifetime (tv network)

A collection of news and information related to Lifetime (tv network) published by this site and its partners.

Top Lifetime (tv network) Articles

Displaying items 49-60
  • Bright House Networks launches TV app

    Bright House Networks launches TV app
    Bright House Networks customers with wireless Internet connections at their homes can now stream television programming, including local channels, on their Apple and Android mobile devices. The cable giant launched the free Bright House TV app Thursday...
  • Gear: Exercise masquerading as old-school fun

    Gear: Exercise masquerading as old-school fun
    Remember how fun it was when you were a kid — jumping up and down, swinging your hips and rolling around on the floor? It was really just stealth exercise, and it can be just as fun for adults with the help of the products reviewed below. Whip it...
  • Pharaohs of fitness

    Pharaohs of fitness
    Decades after revolutionizing the fitness world, Jane Fonda and Richard Simmons are back doing what they started: starring in exercise DVDs and teaching workout classes. Fonda is 76 and Simmons is 64, and neither entrepreneur seems ready to slow down....
  • Remarkable Person: Pepe Vargas

    Remarkable Person: Pepe Vargas
    As director of the International Latino Cultural Center, Pepe Vargas champions the richness of Latinidad by bringing some of the world's great talents to the heart of the Midwest: a string quartet from Brazil; a ballet company from Guatemala; films from...
  • An original proposition

    An original proposition
    After five years of long-distance dating, during which they traveled some 300,000 miles to rendezvous in more than 25 cities, Danny Patel knew he wanted to propose to his girlfriend, Tanvi Kamdar. He just didn't know how he wanted to do it. Skywriting?...
  • Remarkable Woman: Elizabeth Brackett

    Remarkable Woman: Elizabeth Brackett
    "I did my first triathlon when I was 50" is not a sentence you hear often. But for Elizabeth Brackett, it's the truth. "I really started getting into them over the last 10 years," said Brackett, who, at 70, has three world championship triathlon titles...
  • Joyce Carol Oates at Tribune's Author Talks

    Joyce Carol Oates at Tribune's Author Talks
    The universally acclaimed Joyce Carol Oates returns to Chicago on the heels of "A Widow's Story" (Harper Collins, publication date: Feb. 15). The author's poignant, intimate memoir about the unexpected death of Raymond Smith, her husband of forty-six...
  • Grammy Awards 2011: Lady Antebellum nears a rout with 'Need You Now'; Arcade Fire's 'The Suburbs' takes album of the year

    Grammy Awards 2011: Lady Antebellum nears a rout with 'Need You Now'; Arcade Fire's 'The Suburbs' takes album of the year
    Lady Antebellum's desperate late-night call for companionship, "Need You Now," was named record and song of the year among five awards the country trio collected during the 53rd Grammy Awards ceremony Sunday from Staples Center in Los Angeles. But the...
  • Rob Lowe as Drew Peterson? What the?!

    Rob Lowe as Drew Peterson? What the?!
    I'm not saying that an actor can't ugly up to play a role, but this news is ridiculous: Rob Lowe will star as accused wife killer Drew Peterson in Lifetime's TV movie "The Drew Peterson Story, aka Lady Killer." Ahhh, Lifetime, I do love your torn-from-...
  • Fashion a great fit for reality TV

    Fashion a great fit for reality TV
    In December 2004, TV viewers started to tune in to a reality show that documented the dramatic details of producing a runway collection, and with it came a familiarity with infectious little catchphrases such as "make it work, people" and "auf...
  • Fashion Diary: Fast forward to 2012

    Fashion Diary: Fast forward to 2012
    Stealth wealth. Fashion gaming. Elsa Schiaparelli. Raf Simons. What else? Here's a list of stylish people, trends and ideas to pay attention to in 2012. Surrealism. Opening May 10, the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute's exhibition...
  • Critic's Notebook: 9/11-related TV programs to watch

    Critic's Notebook: 9/11-related TV programs to watch
    The 10th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon arrives a week from Sunday — I don't think I need to tell you the date — and as might be expected, television is all over it. Our decimal culture encourages comment,...