Karl Lagerfeld Sticks Up For Dominique Strauss-Kahn

By: Jessica Wakeman / September 10, 2011

“I love DSK [the former head of the IMF who was accused of sexually assaulting a New York City hotel maid]. I love his wife. They are great people and when they came back to Paris I sent them flowers. But you know, for people in politics, it’s very embarrassing. On the left they had… More »


Two-Snouted Pig Named Babe Born In Northern China

By: Huffington Post Weird News / September 10, 2011

A baby pig in northern China is hogging all the attention in his litter — mainly because he has two snouts.

The two-snouted pig was born in Deshengtang, Jilin province, northern China, and was named “Xiaobao,” which translates roughly into “Babe,” the name of the famous movie character, according to the West Australian. More »


People Have Been Dressing Dogs Up In Stupid Costumes Since Forever

By: Julie Gerstein / September 10, 2011

Take a look at this video from the ’50s of a wedding between two Pekingese dogs. Yes, you heard that right. Two Pekingese dogs getting married, with bridesmaids and wedding guests and everything. Proof that people have been pretty crazy about pets for quite a while. [Hit Dan Back]… More »


Model Inner Monologue: Make The Flowers Stop!

By: Julie Gerstein / September 10, 2011

Peter Som’s Spring 2012 Collection is rife with bright colors and garish oversized flower prints. See the whole collection here. More »


Campus Landmines Waiting To Ruin Your Relationship

By: College Candy / September 10, 2011

When you’re dating someone new, it’s obviously good advice to be wary of their exes. But since college is a fishbowl, exes aren’t the only type of people you need to be worried about. There’s tons of people who can make your life as miserable as possible or just ruin it all together.

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Our Recollections From 9/11: Julie

By: Julie Gerstein / September 10, 2011

It’s been 10 years since the tragic events of September 11, 2001 and we continue to feel very real aftershocks. In the hours, days and weeks following the tragedy, no one could imagine how much our world would change—how our concepts of peace and freedom would shift and morph, and how our sense of nationalMore »