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Spring may have sprung last week, but here in New York City, things are still not heating up as much as I’d like. I don’t know about you but I’m dreaming of sun, sandy beaches and balmy breezes. In order to satiate my thirst for travel, I started doing some vacay research and I was… READ MORE »


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Winter sucks. It’s officially over now, I know, but I’ve found myself thinking about its long dark days now that I’ve been enjoying my comfortable outdoor freedom. I’ve been stopping to smell the flowers (magnolias and not roses yet, it’s true, but the point of the saying remains!). I read a book on my porch,… READ MORE »


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So, after weeks of talking to networks, “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” has a new home on the Discovery Channel. Sarah will host the show that “will center on interesting characters, traditions and attractions in the 49th state.” But you know what’s way more interesting than the show itself? How much she’s reportedly making to do it. READ MORE »


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There is irony. And then there is Nadya Suleman putting up a PETA sign in her front yard warning passerbys to “Always Spay or Neuter” their pets. Yes, Nadya has signed on to be the new face of new PETA campaign with the tagline, “Don’t let your dog or cat become an OctoMom.” So how… READ MORE »


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A jailed woman allegedly used her one phone call to dial 911 in the hopes of being rescued. [TruTV]
Doug Reinhardt is creating an E! reality show that will be about his sister, Casey, not his girlfriend, Paris Hilton. [NY Post]
St. Martin’s Press will publish a “Jersey Shore” book based on beauty advice from… READ MORE »


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A pyrotechnic malfunction? Please. Something tells me that a rambunctious Twihard is behind this. Last Friday, the set of the infamous “Harry Potter” wizardry school, Hogwarts, caught fire. Rumors erupted in London tabloids that the whole set was completely destroyed and that precious Daniel Radcliffe was filming when the blaze started. Both of these “facts” READ MORE »


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A Welsh lesbian wedding party turned saucy, then bloody, and finally litigious when the bride, caught up in a fight with a bar bouncer, bared her breasts, and then struck him in the head with her stiletto heel. No one disputes those facts, but the genesis of the argument is debated: The bride and her… READ MORE »


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Leaders of a church meeting at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Baraboo, Wisconsin, have been accused of not allowing women to speak during a discussion about firing the principal of the church’s school. The principal, John Hartwig, was fired on Sunday; Hartwig had been vocal about his belief that women should be treated more respectfully… READ MORE »


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Gays should be allowed to marry because it is their civil right to do so. But also because they, too, should have to deal with the dreaded wedding magazine onslaught that comes each spring. (Trim your tummy before the big day!, 10 ways to get him involved! Kill me now, please?) Introducing Equally Wed, a… READ MORE »


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As you may have noticed, yesterday we rolled out the first phase of a four-phase plan to give you, our beloved users, expanded features and tools to interact with each other and contribute to The Frisky in new and deeper ways. In this first phase, we replaced the old comments and profiles system.

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We here at The Frisky try to avoid Ann Coulter on the theory that if you ignore it, it will go away. But every now and then she says something so ridiculous that we just can’t keep quiet about it. Recently, she’s been saying that Muslims shouldn’t be allowed on airplanes. Instead, she says they… READ MORE »


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The current cover of The New Yorker features this woman (?) with butterflies all over her head. We are so ready for spring. [This Isn’t Happiness] … READ MORE »