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The Life And Times Of Snookie Lanore

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Drag balls are a vibrant part of gay urban culture; the 1990 documentary “Paris Is Burning” perfectly encapsulated the showmanship, extravagance and fierceness of the underground parties, where contestants danced, vogued and walked off in “realness” battles. More than 20 years later, drag balls are still alive and well — and they’ve entranced a younger generation of queer youth. In “The Show Must Go On,” teenage ball emcee Snookie Lanore explains what his Kiki Ball is all about. [Vimeo]

The Procatinator: It’s What You’ll Be Doing For The Rest Of The Day

Kitten Workers
French kittens work harder than we do. Read More »
Kitten Magic
When a kitten and a tigrillo hang out together. Read More »

Sorry, you probably thought you were going to take a short break from work, check up on The Frisky and then get right back to business. But that was before you and I discovered the Procatinator, a seemingly endless collection of cat GIFs perfectly timed to music. [Procatinator]

No, That’s Not ADORKable: Words That Need to Be Retired–Now

Worst Words of 2009
The phrases we couldn't stand in 2009. Read More »
2010's Worst Words
The most annoying words and phrases from 2010. Read More »
Annoying Tech Talk
Geeky terms that drive us crazy. Read More »

I blame Zooey Deschanel. Not just because I blame Zooey Deschanel for most of my problems — why men in my demographic seem to all want some unattainable manic pixie dream girl, why my bangs will never be perfect — but I specifically blame her for the rise of the word “Adorkable.” Deschanel used it on her new TV show “The New Girl” and somehow, inexplicably, it has taken hold. And it is a terrible word.

But “adorkable”–which we assume means something or someone that’s both dorky and adorable–is hardly the only newish term that’s made a creeping rise into our vocabularies and the general consciousness. We’ve come to cringe at a variety of oft-heard terms. Below, the words, phrases and annoying sayings that we’re hoping we won’t hear in 2012. And please, feel free to add your own “adorkables” in the comments. Keep reading »

Evening Quickies: Watch The “Jersey Shore” Season Five Trailer!

Season 4 Finale
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The "Jersey Shore" cast leaves Italy at the end of season four. Read More »
Vinny's Rape Rap
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Vinny debuted a rap song about "rapin' it." Read More »
Snooki Self-Tanner
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For that subtle orange glow! Read More »
Jersey Shore season five
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  • Oh Lord. Is it time for “Jersey Shore” season five already? The gang is back in Seaside Heights, New Jersey, for another summer of Fuzzy Navels and Valtrex. Snooki is boozing. The Situation is fighting. And someone has a giant bunny suit. [TooFab]
  • Adele will not drink your crappy American beer. Pish posh! [PopDust]
  • Kate Middleton carried her clutch in front of her stomach, which Us Weekly believes is code for saying “I’m pregnant!” [US Weekly]
  • Guess who has grumpy things to say about Lady Gaga? Bill O’Reilly. SURPRISE! [NYmag.com
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Amy Winehouse’s Voice Lives On

Why Amy's Death Hurts
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Amy Winehouse's death hits hard for the loved ones of addicts. Read More »
Amy Found Dead At 27
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Amy Winehouse was found dead in London at age 27. Read More »

When Amy Winehouse passed away after a long battle with drug and alcohol addiction, there was an understandable fear that the circumstances surrounding her death would overshadow the talent she had in life. But the response from fans and many critics to Lioness: Hidden Treasures, her posthumous album, out today, suggests we have nothing to worry about. Recorded over the course of her career, many of these tracks are remastered versions of old favorites, like “Valerie” and “Tears Dry On Their Own.” But there are also a few new tunes, like a gorgeous cover of “Our Day Will Come” and a collaboration with rapper Nas called “Like Smoke.” While Lionessisn’t the Winehouse album we would have gotten if she was still with us today, the craving that remains for Amy’s music above all else is proof that her true legacy lives on. [$9.99, Amazon]

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