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Indiana Steak ‘N Shake Waitress Receives A 7000% Tip

Restaurant Server Secrets
40 things your waiter really wants you to know! Read More »

CeCe Bruce has been working as a server at an Indianapolis Steak ‘n Shake for the past two years while going to school part-time. One of the restaurant’s regular customers, who is known as Miss Jo, comes in at least once a week, and developed a fondness for Bruce. After eating breakfast at one of Bruce’s tables earlier this week, Miss Jo asked if she could leave a “ridiculously large tip” on her $6 bill. Keep reading »

Weekend Project: This Awesome DIY Studded T-Shirt

DIY: Polka Dot Jeans
Get this trendy look for less! Read More »
DIY Washer Necklace
Raid the toolbox to make this fabulous necklace! Read More »
DIY: Galaxy Sneakers
These space-print shoes are out of this world! Read More »
DIY: Edgy Friendship Bracelets
Who knew chain and yarn could be so badass? Read More »

Have an old T-shirt lying around that could use a makeover? Toughen up that T with this easiest of easy DIYs: all you need is a handful of rivets and a piece of chalk to map out their placement. I’d style up my studded t-shirt with cutoff jeans (always), black ballet flats, and cat eye sunglasses. Summer fashion with an edge? Yes, please! [Project 22]

We Want To Go To There: A Life-Size Replica Of Barbie’s Dreamhouse

When I was a kid, the best day of my life was the day my mom gave me her old Barbie Dreamhouse. It was made of pink cardboard, but equipped with all the swanky Malibu details you’d expect. My barbies spent many hours cooking dinner in the luxury kitchen and then retreating to the bedroom to hump each other. Good times. Today my inner child is telling me to buy a ticket to Florida, because that is where Mattel just unveiled a 10,000 square-foot replica of the Barbie Dreamhouse. The feat required 20 pounds of glitter and 100 gallons of pink paint to bring to fruition, and guests are invited to sit down at human-size versions of Barbie’s makeup counter, cook up some imaginary food on one of her three pink ovens, or play a tune on her hot pink grand piano. Check out a few more photos of this crazy piece of Barbie real estate after the jump… Keep reading »

Barbie Without Makeup
A "real girl," just like you and me! Read More »
Barbie's Secret Life
Barbie and Ken
Photographer imagines if Barbie's boyfriend Ken was actually gay. Read More »

Oh My God I Love Your Hair: The Waterfall Braid

OMG Hair: Chignon
This messy chignon is perfection! Read More »
OMG Hair: Finger Waves
Get this Gatsby-inspired style for yourself! Read More »

This week’s OMG-worthy hairstyle is the waterfall braid, a style so lovely and unique that I quite literally can’t stop staring at it. It’s a little more advanced than other styles I’ve posted, so hair novices like me might want to enlist a friend to help conquer it, but if you feel comfortable with french braiding I think you could pull it off on your own. Either way, the tutorial is packed with photos to guide you through it. Good luck! [Once Wed]

The Kiera Wilmot Story Has A Happy Ending (That Includes Space Camp)

Bad Science Project
Teen girl got expelled for a science project gone wrong. Read More »
Space Oddity -- In Space
Chris Hadfield Space Oddity
Watch an astronaut's emotional cover of Bowie's classic. Read More »
Girl Discovers Dinosaur
New dinosaur species named after 9yo girl who discovered it. Read More »

A couple weeks ago, we brought you the crazy story of Kiera Wilmot, a 16-year-old student in Florida whose ill-fated science experiment got her arrested and charged with a felony. Wilmot was set to be tried as an adult in Florida’s notoriously tough court system, but thanks to a public backlash and internet campaign, she was able to get a lawyer who represented her for almost no charge and the state of Florida finally dropped the charges against her on Wednesday. But the good news doesn’t stop there… Keep reading »

Compassionate Fashion: 10 Not-So-Basic Pieces From Levi’s

This week’s Compassionate Fashion shopping guide spotlights Levi Strauss, a classic American denim brand. Unfortunately, Levi’s can no longer afford to produce all of their clothing in the US, but they deserve credit for the all the ways they prioritize worker safety and well-being around the globe. Levi’s was the first major apparel company to establish strict ethical standards for their suppliers, requiring fair wages, safe work environments, and no child labor. In 2007 Levi’s unveiled a plan to empower women in developing countries with healthcare and education. On the environmental front, their newWater<Less denim line requires 96% less water to make than traditional jeans.

Levi’s is a great example of a company that’s engaging with the global garment industry in a mindful, ethical way. Luckily for us, they also make some damn cute clothes. Everyone knows Levi’s makes classic jeans, so I thought I’d round up some of their funkier, more fashion-forward pieces. Click through to check out 10 of my favorites, all for $100 or less!

Compassionate Fashion
Sustainable fashion from Karen Kane. Read More »
Ethically Made Clothing
Clothing Rack
Would you buy clothing with an "ethically made" label? Read More »
Must Haves: Printed Jeans
Spring Must Haves: 10 Perfect Pairs Of Printed Jeans
The latest crop of printed jeans is all but standard. Read More »
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