Snacks of Yore: Our 11 Favorite Discontinued Snack Foods

By: Julie Gerstein / November 6, 2011

Remember Bonkers? Clearly Canadian? Planter’s Cheez Puffs? As much as you might love them, you can’t get them anymore. The food gods have declared these products, and the eight others on this list snack food non grata. Try as you might, you won’t be able to find these tasty (and, okay, not so tasty) treat… More »

4 Pieces Of Relationship Advice Movies Need To Stop Giving

By: Cracked / November 6, 2011

If you’re anything like me, you had two parents: The Streets, and Pop Culture. When it comes to The Streets, I cannot give a higher recommendation, every kid should be so lucky to spend a few years in the school of hard knocks and so forth. As far as Pop Culture goes, however, there are… More »

The Many Emotions Of Leonardo DiCaprio

By: Stefanie Blejec / November 6, 2011

Oh, Leonardo DiCaprio, this emotion chart wonderful. You’re a gorgeous child progidy who has risen to be one of the most reknowned actors of our generation — but you take yourself a little too seriously. At least you’ve unfurrowed your brow and taken a step back with the light-hearted film, “J. Edgar,” hitting theaters on November 9. More »

God Bless The Chicken Fiddler

By: Ami Angelowicz / November 6, 2011

Lisa Haley, the chicken fiddler, is my inspiration for life today. They say that every one of us is unique, with our own special talent to share with the world. In Lisa’s case, her talents are very special. As is her eccentric, personal style and her facial expressions. Just everything about her is so captivating. More »

Snapping Back To Reality: No Photoshop, No Makeup

By: The Frisky / November 6, 2011

We’re In Love: Topshop’s New Designer Collab From Mary Katrantzou

By: Stefanie Blejec / November 6, 2011

This gorgeous dress is just a taste of designer Mary Katrantzou’s forthcoming collection for TopShop. Not her first for the retailer, but by far her biggest, it will offer 14 pieces and hit stores in February 2012. Her work is characterized by a boldness of silhouettes and prints, and artful attention to the female form.  Katrantzou i… More »