Bill Schulz is the former co-host of Fox News Channel's late-night panel show "Red Eye", current New York Times columnist on local museums, and permanent Leo (who still acts like a total Sagittarius).
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As 'T2 Trainspotting' injects theaters with another hit of insanity, a fond look back at the highly-entertaining heroin-fueled original flick that seriously messed with our heads.
If you want to defy the old adage, "You can't please everyone," learn the marketing secrets of South Beach's hot spots.
Starting a Business
Here's one CEO's roadmap for taking an idea out of your head and getting it into the market.
Do recent moves by the CEO of Facebook signify that he is looking to friend the electorate? Comedians and political analysts react.
The brilliant writer and iconic actor died Tuesday at the age of 60.
The granddaddy of all mob movies contains many business lessons for all industries -- even ones that don't deal in bullets and cannoli.
On the birthday of the always fearless and often hilarious Brit, a look back at some of his most rousing words.
While Alaska's legal access to weed is a bit of a bear, the Frontier State's high-altitude hooch couldn't be more accessible.
Spider-Man, Wolverine and Doctor Strange's proud papa has mouthed many motivational mantras over the years. Excelsior!
The most spectacular illusionist who ever lived died 90 years ago.
A first-hand account of Comedy Central's public spanking of Rob Lowe.
When "murder capitals" and "high-end tourism" meet, tourists check in but they don't always check out.
Pundits pontificate (it's what they do, guys!) on the overall ramifications of politicians on Periscope and Facebook Live.
Behold, the quotable King.