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Jamie Thilman

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New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Jamie:

Ergatta Rower Review After Rowing 124,798 Meters

For a proper review of the beautiful Ergatta rower, I spent a few weeks testing its unique capabilities by rowing more than 100,000 meters. → Read More

We’ll all breathe easier with air purifying devices in our homes

Are air purifiers worth it? Indoor air quality is *worse* than what’s outside—and a $33 billion industry is rising up to meet the demand to clean things up. → Read More

Lifted By The Music, 'Carol' Soars

Carter Burwell, a frequent Coen brothers collaborator, lends his talent to an impossibly beautiful film. → Read More

The Subtle Language Of Sounding Gay

He was in his early 40s, recently single and he was bitter about → Read More

The Subtle Language Of Sounding Gay

The documentary "Do I Sound Gay?" features the voices of Margaret Cho, Don Lemon, Tim Gunn, George Takei and Dan Savage. → Read More

How The New York Public Library Is Bridging The Digital Divide

The 11th annual Aspen Ideas Festival drew impressive crowds to the picturesque Colorado mountain town in late June, inspiring audiences to “indulge in their curiosity.” In a conversation with The Huffington → Read More

Misty Copeland On Stepping Out From Behind The Other Swans

Misty Copeland, American Ballet Theatre's first African-American female principal dancer in the company’s 75-year history, spoke about her career on Tuesday at Lincoln Center. Amid the o → Read More

Why Jennifer Coolidge Steals Every Scene

"I'm so vain, all I could think was I should have stopped at 'American Pie,'" said Jennifer Coolidge, after watching a clip reel of highlights from her career. (Her role as Stifler's sexy mo → Read More

'The State Of Marriage': How Vermont Paved The Way For LGBT Equality

The freedom to marry feels inevitable in 2015. But is it? And how did we get here? → Read More

Don't Miss Provincetown's Film Festival, An Unofficially Queer Cultural Event By The Beach

Unassuming is the name of the game in P-town, a quirky beach community at the tip of Cape Cod. But the Provincetown International Film Festival, now in its 17th year, consistently delivers one of the → Read More

Happy 10th Anniversary To HuffPost, From All Your Famous Friends

"Welcome to The Huffington Post, which, as our motto says, has been delivering news and opinion since, well, a few hours ago," wrote Arianna Huffington in 2005. Ten years later, having expan → Read More

'Most Likely To Succeed': Schools Should Teach Kids To Think, Not Memorize

Fourth-grader Scout is struggling to keep her composure during a parent-teacher conference as the teacher expounds upon the character-building aspects of having failed a math quiz. She fixes her tearful gaze in the distance. "I know that face,&q... → Read More

Jason Robert Brown Is The Busiest Man On Broadway

Tony Award-winning composer and lyricist Jason Robert Brown often finds himself with little time to write. With multiple projects in the air, his impressive body of work ensures endless revivals and adaptations, though he eagerly awaits downtime to p... → Read More

Cenk Uygur Gets 'Mad As Hell' For New Documentary

Polarizing rabble-rouser Cenk Uygur is the subject of a new documentary that explores the birth of online news. Co-founder of The Young Turks, the "largest news show on the Internet," Uygur first gained notoriety for his combative, ente... → Read More

Oscar Winning Costume Designer Colleen Atwood Vies For Yet Another Nomination

You might not know her by name, but costume designer Colleen Atwood's visual impact on the silver screen has hardly gone unnoticed. A frequent collaborator with heavy hitters Tim Burton, Jonathan Demme and Rob Marshall, Atwood has lent her creative t... → Read More

'No Control' Documentary Explores Layered Absurdity Of Gun Control Debate

In "No Control," an arresting documentary debuting at DOC NYC, director Jessica Solce aims her camera at a contentious debate roaring in America. Solce explores the murky waters of gun rights, giving voice to advocates from both sides. ... → Read More

The Guy Behind One Of Horror's Best Themes Hates Horror Movies

Composer Marco Beltrami has more than 100 credits listed on his IMDb page, from slasher films to blockbusters to meditative dramas to Best Picture winners and almost everything in between. A classically trained musician, he's twice been nominated... → Read More

Experience The Healing Power Of Music With 'Alive Inside'

Filmmaker Michael Rossato-Bennett had planned to film Dan Cohen, a social worker and founder of the nonprofit organization Music & Memory, for a single day. Cohen had wanted to document his nascent program for elders with dementia who were spring... → Read More

John Waters Will Teach You How To Hitchhike

Filmmaker and author John Waters is funny, brash and brilliant. For decades, the so-called "Pope of Trash" has been peddling camp and gore -- and then some -- with films like "Pink Flamingos," "Female Trouble" and "... → Read More