MWAH: The Cocktail Gallery K.I.S.S. Poster

The mantra “Keep it simple, stupid” may get you through life, but it won’t help you mix a delicious drink. The Cocktail Gallery’s “K.I.S.S.” poster reminds us what’s really important when it comes to shaken or stirred beverages: simple syrup. Be sure to keep the 1:1 water and sugar combo in mind whenever you whip up a batch of mojitos. [$25, The Cocktail Gallery] Keep reading »

The “Jersey Shore” Kids Go Upper East Side, And Other Guid-tastic News

Trolling the internet this morning, I stumbled upon an In Touch story about Everyone’s Favorite New Show (TM), “Jersey Shore,” which looks like it’s getting picked up for a second season. And I’ll be darned if the magazine didn’t have pretty much exactly the same idea that Life & Style did two weeks ago—to make over Snooki, the Situation, Pauly D, and crew in markedly un-Guido gear. While Life & Style went for red carpet glam, In Touch decided to recreate the cast as Upper East Side socialites at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel. Meaning that Sammi got a cardigan, Ronnie a striped tie, and J-Woww a skirt suit.

But instead of finding this hilarious, which it should be, I just felt over it. Much like I felt at the end of last night’s episode, where there were more fights (one female, one male), more tanning (don’t these people realize that they’re at the beach?), and more Ronnie-Sammi crying sessions. I dunno—maybe I’m just being cynical. But are you guys still feeling the “Jersey Shore” phenomenon, or is this the beginning of the backlash? In case I’m in the minority, lots of cast news, after the jump. Keep reading »

How Do You Stay Warm Without Compromising Your Style?

I couldn’t figure out what to to wear this morning. It was 8:30, the time I normally leave my apartment to catch the subway to work, and I was still in my pajamas. At first, I pulled on black skinny jeans, flat boots, and a long-sleeved T-shirt, but that is basically what I wore on Monday and awfully similar to what I wore on Tuesday and Wednesday. Keep reading »

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Aunt Flo Hits Twitter

It looks like all the ladies on Twitter have synced up their periods. It’s a technological miracle! I love the 2010s. [Twitter] Keep reading »

Mystery Solved: The Bachelorette Who Got Down With A Producer Comes Forward

I knew it. I knew it. (And, uh, SPOILER ALERT!) When I heard that one of “The Bachelor” contestants was auffed from the show for getting cozy with a producer, I just had a feeling that it was Rozlyn Papa, the blonde model who wouldn’t let us forget that she’s a model. Now Rozlyn has come forward to say that, yes, she was the one who got booted from the show. But she swears it’s not what it sounds like. “I did not have a sexual relationship with a producer,” she told RadarOnline.com. She says she was technically booted for an “inappropriate relationship.” “What they mean by inappropriate relationship is not what inappropriate relationship means in the real world,” she says. “This is a TV show and it’s made for entertainment, but it is a far cry from reality. I know that things on television weren’t always as they seemed, but I had no idea the extent of the show manipulation.” Keep reading »

Quotable: Sharon Stone Thinks Meryl Streep Looks Like An Unmade Bed

“I think that’s why Meryl Streep is working so much, because she looks like a woman we can all relate to. I look at her and I think, ‘I’m chasing my kids, I’ve moved my parents in with me, I’m coping with food spills — that looks like me in real life’. Meryl looks like an unmade bed. That’s what I look like. To me, that looks true.”

— Sharon Stone in an interview with British magazine Tatler [via US Weekly] Keep reading »

Star Couplings: Stay Away From Khloe Kardashian’s Man, Or Else!

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Watch All The Documentaries You Want—It’s Free!

My little nerd heart is freaking out right now! Thanks to WiseBread.com, I just discovered FreeDocumentaries.org, a site where you can download full-length documentary films online. (It appears to be legal, as the site claims to “follow all copyright laws.”) They’ve got (relatively) big-budget docs like Michael Moore’s “Sicko,” Morgan Spurlock’s “Super Size Me,” and Barbara Kopple’s “Shut Up And Sing” (the one that explored what happened to country stars The Dixie Chicks when one of them publicly criticized President Bush). The caveat? The flicks are mostly liberal-leaning. Keep reading »

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