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Despite my obsession with Game of Thrones and Lucy Worsley’s The First Georgians right now, I am still televisually smitten with MTV’s Catfish. The show that exposes online love fraudsters. The throwaway youth TV show that one’s mind just cannot throw away. Instead, one sits post- episode genuinely saddened that our human need to love and be loved is so destructive. Or that  the earth’s supply of gullible optimists may well be infinite.

Sarah Jessica Parker splits from Halston?

Sarah Jessica Parker and Halston have reportedly ended their working relationship.

Angelina Jolie tops Hollywood's female rich list

The money being paid to top Hollywood actresses has dropped dramatically over the past year, with leading men still being expected to earn significantly more.

Glad to be gay parents

With more same-sex celebrity couples proudly parading their children, is life getting easier for these unconventional set-ups?

Kim Cattrall - Samantha can't leave Sex behind

Those mega-chick-flicks mean Kim Cattrall can afford to do whatever she wants with the rest of her life. She tells Kaleem Aftab why that includes playing an ex-porn-star

Leading article: A victory – but not an end to the equality battle

Gay marriage has become a defining issue in the past few years in what are often called America's "culture wars", which pit socially liberal, secular Democrats against hard-right, often highly religious Republicans. But the outcome of the gay marriage battle in New York is a reminder that America's internal splits are not as clear-cut as some believe.

Charlotte Raven: For most women, free choice is still something we can only dream of

The commodification of the female body and interpersonal relationships have become the defining feature of modern British popular culture

The portfolio: Wimbledon is the centre of attention

It used to be the preserve of royalty, tennis player's wives and of course Cliff Richard. Now Wimbledon's Centre Court is the place to go to see and be seen, says Alice-Azania Jarvis

Money men find a marriage made in heaven

Bridesmaids is clever and funny, but don't believe the hype about it revolutionising Hollywood, writes Guy Adams

Why New York's sitcoms are going for broke

Forget Friends and Sex and the City. It's time for a less aspirational approach to life in the Big Apple, says Sarah Hughes

Suddenly, training to be a stylist is very <i>&#224; la mode</i>

Fashion advisers, now stars in their own right, are tempting others to try the career for size

The Best of Everything, By Rona Jaffe

The women of Madison Avenue

Meet the Alpha Boomers: They're older, richer, wiser and determined to prove that age is just a number

Laura Tennant reports on the changing face of ageing

What's in store: New York City

Chic shopping options in the West Village, by <b>Grant Thatcher</b> from <a target="new" href="http://www.luxecityguides.com">LUXE City Guides</a>

Wedding breakfast at dawn as Manhattan soaks up the big day

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Being Modern: Cupcakes

Although the phrase "jump the shark" has itself now rather jumped the shark, there is still no adequate alternative to describe that moment when something we think we will never tire of turns into something run-of-the-mill – the tipping-back point, if you like.

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