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The Curse Of Reality TV: Why I’m Scared For The Palins

This Sunday night, “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” premieres on TLC. Early clips from the series show Sarah “bein’ free” while climbing a glacier and communing with mama grizzlies. So I assumed that the show was going to be a glorified nature show.

But upon reading some reviews, it sounds like the show veers more into reality television territory than I would have expected. Keep reading »

Hello There, Four Eyes

First I got the cutes, then I got the sadz. This dog in glasses, part of a brilliant photo collection aptly titled Dogs In Glasses, looks exactly like my childhood dog Mandy. Well, if she had worn glasses. But she had perfect eyesight. Actually, she was perfect. RIP, Mandy. I miss you. [Crusahble] Keep reading »

Trailer Park: “Morning Glory,” “Unstoppable,” “Tiny Furniture,” “Skyline,” “Cool It”

We’re getting to that fun part of fall when you’ve finally embraced the season and are about to enter Christmas lights and frigid cold territory. You’re going to have to go shopping for presents eventually and sometimes the movies are a good break from those T. Rex claws you get from lugging around too many bags in the cold. This week has a good mix of genres—so go out, see a movie, be merry and spike the cider while you’re at it. Keep reading »

Of Montreal Rocks Your Cold Away


What do you need when you’re feeling sick? According to indie band Of Montreal on this episode of “Yo Gabba Gabba,” all it takes to get back on your feet is bananas, rice, applesauce and toast. A weirdo combo, for sure, but Of Montreal-approved. And we’ll do whatever Of Montreal singer Kevin Barnes tells us. [Vimeo] Keep reading »

Paul Reubens Brings Pee-Wee Herman To Broadway

In case you haven’t heard, “The Pee-wee Herman Show” opened on Broadway this week and it is offering up all the playhouse shenanigans you can handle. Tucked into the realm of nostalgia, this play is essentially a 90-minute version of Paul Reubens’ TV show that “Playhouse” fans have been missing for decades. All the originals are back, including Magic Screen, Mailman Mike, Pterri, and furniture favorite Chairy. To keep up with modern times, the play also introduces a few new elements, including a talking ShamWow! and sly mentions of Reubens indecent exposure arrest. While the secret word of “The Pee-wee Herman Show” might be “fun,” not all the critics agree. See what some of them have to say after the jump. Keep reading »

Real Teen Werewolves Are Women!


Zombies and vampires are for wusses. You want to go big? Go werewolf or go home! Photographer and total badass Danielle Levitt hunted down a pack of real teenage werewolves in their natural habitat, a mall in Texas. Check out the cool chicks of the Crimson Blood Wolfpack, including the awesome alpha, 18-year-old Sara Rodriguez, aka Wolfie. Ah-rooooooo! [Dazed & Confused] Keep reading »

Gwyneth Paltrow Channels Cee-Lo On “Glee”


On Wednesday, Gwyneth Paltrow showed off her singing chops at the CMA Awards. And today, we have a sneak peek of her appearance on “Glee” next week. In the episode, she’ll be playing Holly Holiday, a substitute teacher filling in for Mr. Schuester. And in this clip, she dazzles New Directions with her rendition of Cee-Lo’s “F**k You,” only without the expletive, natch. We also know that she’ll be doing a mash-up of “Singin in the Rain” and Rihanna‘s “Umbrella.” [NYMag.com, Us Weekly] Keep reading »

Maru Meets The More Small Box!

I don’t want to say anything to spoil this video, but Maru the cat is the greatest, and “more small box” may be his best work yet. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

Pee-Wee, In The Phone Book

Finally, a new use for the Yellow Pages! Philadelphia artist Alex Querel thought canvas was too dull a medium to work with—so he took to carving phone books to make his photo-realistic portraits of notorious celebs. Says Querel, “In carving and painting a head from a phone directory, I’m celebrating the individual lost in the anonymous list of thousands of names that describe the size of the community. In addition, I like the idea of creating something that is normally discarded every year into an object of longevity.” [Projects Gallery] Keep reading »

The Definitive Map Of Redonkulous World-Wide Stereotypes

Although most of these stereotypes are obvs redonkulous, I am actually a freak just like the map says. Go East Coast! For a larger image, click here. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

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