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Cat Loves Techno, Makes Biscuits


Happy Hump Day! This kitty cat, who kneads his paws in time to some serious techno beats, has been hypnotizing me for the last half hour. I think I need a nap. Keep reading »

Singer Monica Comes Back On The Scene With “Still Standing” Show

R&B singer Monica has been virtually MIA since releasing The Makings of Me, her worst-selling album to date, in Oct. 2006. She’s popped up here and there, making cameos at Atlanta-based events and on reality shows like “Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is,” but in the fast-moving music industry, this hasn’t been enough to keep her relevant to the masses. So what does she do to generate buzz about her new album? Star in the reality show “Monica: Still Standing” on BET to chronicle the making of her next studio album, like so many other celebs have done. Genre overkill much? Keep reading »

Tabloid Cheat Sheet: RPatz And Kristen Split? TomKat’s Fake Marriage Arrangement Over?

Oh sweet Wednesdays, alleviating the happy hangovers of last weekend and preparing us for the crazy times that will be this weekend’s Halloween candy-corn binge. Just like the neighborhood kids, your favorite celebrities are also playing make-believe — although not voluntarily — in the pages of this week’s tabloids. Once again, we’ve compiled the super true-ish stories from this week’s ‘bloids for your unembarrassed perusal. Enjoy, cause this week’s are pretty major. Keep reading »

Make Your Own Monster Mash-Up Musical

While I hate Christmas music, I heart Halloween jams like “Monster Mash.” Thanks to purveyors of fine whatnot, OrientalTrading.com, I made my own music video to the classic track using the creepiest photos I could find of my Frisky friends. It’s the freakiest, funniest masterpiece I’ve posted to my Facebook page since those drunken vacation photos! If you wanna do the mash with us, just go here or you can DIY your own personal monster musical at MonsterMashUp.com. Keep reading »

Adam Lambert’s Ultra Manly Album Cover

When I saw this album cover, before my first cup of coffee for the day, I thought this was Pink going through a blue period. But nope, it’s the cover for Adam Lambert‘s first album, For Your Entertainment. Folks on the interwebs are calling it “glamtastic,” but I think it’s a few steps beyond that—homedude got in a time machine, traveled back to the ’80s, went to the mall for a Glamour Shot, and paid extra for the “extreme airbrushing” package. Do you like this cover, or think it’s way over the top? Keep reading »

Album Drop: This Week’s New Releases, From Tegan & Sara To Devendra Banhart

It’s new release Tuesday, so it’s time to take the latest tunes for a spin! This week it’s all about thoughtful guitar tunes from The Swell Season, Chuck Prophet’s protest songs, and Devendra Banhart’s glammed-up grooves. But girl, if you’re looking for some action, turn up twinzies Tegan & Sara’s sixth record, cause this hot new album will make you go all dirty dancin’ to their Sainthood. So, let’s get into the groove, after the jump! Keep reading »

Does “Gossip Girl” Make Anyone Else Nostalgic For The Good Old Days Of “The O.C.”?

I have a potentially major confession to make. While I find “Gossip Girl” entertaining and enjoy the mildly provocative characters—not to mention, Chuck Bass‘ beautiful face—the show actually makes me sad. See, I worshiped its predecessor, “The O.C.” The California drama was a victorious, witty, fast-paced and semi-authentic (if not clusterf**ky) portrayal of teenage life at its most dramatic. Though they are essentially the same show set on opposite coasts, the differences are enough to make me scowl disdainfully every time I hear, “That’s one thing I’ll never tell, xoxo, Gossip Girl,” while the Phantom Planet-scribed theme song “California” always made me feel infinitely warm and fuzzy. Keep reading »

I Got A B In Judy Blume 101

So I just killed two minutes taking Mental Floss’ Judy Blume quiz and scored a respectable 82 percent — although I think I would have scored higher had there not been any questions about the slightly younger skewing books like Blubber and the Fudge series. I was more of a Deenie, Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret, and Forever fan, you know, because of the masturbation and scoliosis themes. Anyhoo, how’d you do? [Mental Floss] Keep reading »

Rihanna Only Needs One Eye To Rule The Charts

Behold, the cover art for Rihanna’s upcoming album, Rated R, featuring the single “Russian Roulette.” It’s her first album since 2007′s Good Girl Gone Bad and to that I say, ABOUT TIME, RiRi. We’ve been waiting. [PopEater] Keep reading »

Frisky Q & A: Alan Wieder Talks “Year Of The Cock,” Penis Size, And Vagina Worship

Alan Wieder is not embarrassed to talk about his wang. In fact, he’s written an entire memoir about getting to know his … er … penis better. Year of the Cock: The Remarkable True Account of a Man Who Left His Wife and Paid the Price chronicles the year (ironically, the year of the rooster—hee hee) that Alan decided to follow his little head on a destructive journey. He packed up his things and moved out of his home, ready to pursue his fantasy of becoming a hardcore bachelor. During this premature mid-life crisis, he buys a vintage Porsche, bangs lot o’ chicks, and becomes obsessed with the size of his member. I know what you’re thinking. What a jerk! Why would I want to spend 300 pages reading about penile insecurity? Because Alan’s hilarious and, somehow, his year of cockiness is refreshing. Trust me, you’ll laugh too hard to judge him. Keep reading »

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