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News

A new study from the University of Illinois should make college students very happy: apparently drinking a couple beers before a test may improve your performance. Researchers administered a brain teaser quiz to a group of 40 men. Study participants who had two drinks before the test –either two pints of beer or two medium… READ MORE »


Entertainment

I’ve written before about the pros and cons of big boobs, so I’m really excited to see Busty Girl Comics illustrate the plight of busty girls so perfectly. Large breasts may be sexy, but trust me, they also make simple activities — like walking down stairs, washing dishes, or even crossing your arms — a… READ MORE »


Entertainment

This is a picture of workers repairing a digital billboard in Times Square, but I have to admit at first glance I thought it was an ad for a new kind of mascara that replaced the traditional brush with a team of tiny men who carefully colored and defined each lash. Hopefully Maybelline research and… READ MORE »


galleries

Cardigans are an indispensable transition piece for spring. They’re perfect for throwing on over dresses on breezy afternoons or stashing in your desk for those inexplicably chilly days at the office. Here are 10 light cardigans in a rainbow of colors–add them to any outfit for a little warmth and a lot of style … READ MORE »


Celebs

“I weep at everything. I emote. I love things so much. I just never want to dilute that.”
Chris Evans, aka Captain America and all-around uber hunk, tells Details magazine that he is most definitely a crier and not ashamed of it. He also mentioned that his dream girl would wear sweatpants, sneakers,… READ MORE »


News

If you’ve seen “Portlandia,” you know that Portland is a weird city. If you live here, you know that people spend a lot of time, money, and energy to maintain that weirdness. The guy wearing a Santa suit and riding a unicycle around the farmer’s market, for example, he’s trying really hard. I’ve lived in… READ MORE »


Entertainment

It’s no secret that Leslie Knope is one of our favorite characters on TV. She’s smart, funny, ambitious, loyal, and endlessly committed to her town, her friends, and her job. Her wardrobe of grey suits, tie-front blouses, simple jewelry, and sensible shoes isn’t exactly high fashion, but it’s actually a pretty cute style equation for… READ MORE »


Guys

The other day, my boyfriend went underwear shopping and I insisted on coming along because I would never pass up an opportunity to hear grown men discuss the best ways to flatter and support their Charlie Browns. After he picked out some new undies, we headed to the cash register, but on the way I… READ MORE »


Entertainment

This incredible sandcastle version of London’s famous architecture is currently being finished and detailed by sculptors at the Sand Museum in Tottori, Japan in honor of the 2012 Olympic Games. If you weren’t amazed enough by the mere existence of a sand museum, get this: the sandcastle exhibit will open to the public on April… READ MORE »


Style

These earrings are proof of the dangers of Pinterest. One glance at this photo during a random browsing session the other day and suddenly every other pair of earrings I own pales in comparison. They’re gorgeous, they’re $60, and now I can’t live without them. Oh Pinterest, I wish I knew how to quit you. READ MORE »


Guys

Wood Thumb is a startup company in San Francisco that turns old pieces of wood into brand new … neck ties. Yep, wooden neckties. The accessories are one-of-a-kind thanks to natural variations in the woods, and flexible thanks to a unique design: the wood is cut into smaller pieces and connected by an elastic cord… READ MORE »


Style

Nadya was just 13 when she was discovered by a model scout in her native Siberia. She signed a contract, was sent to work the runways in Japan, and ultimately returned to her poor hometown in debt–she spoke no English and no one told her that her living costs would be deducted from her salary. READ MORE »



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