October 7: What Are We Wearing Today?

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / October 7, 2011

It’s Kate’s last day and we are in mourning! Click onward to see her incredibly fabulous final outfit (and what the rest of us are wearing besides TEARS)… More »


The “Bridesmaids” Sex Tape Is All Kinds Of Wrong

By: Jessica Wakeman / October 7, 2011

Was there ever any doubt that Melissa McCarthy goes there and then goes 100 paces farther? Add the “Bridesmaids” sex tape as another piece evidence in the case for her complete fearlessness in the pursuit of being funny. The  “sex tape” between her character Megan and Air Marshall Jon is all kinds of wrong. Like,… More »


10 Things We’ll Miss About Kate

By: The Frisky / October 7, 2011

As you may have surmised from the title of this post, our beloved Kate is leaving us today. (She’s off to bring her particular brand of genius to another lucky website!) I know, we’re sad too. Or really “sadz,” as Kate would say. How do we even begin to say goodbye to our pop culturista… More »


Kim Kardashian & 15 Other Celeb Brides Who Wore Vera Wang

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / October 7, 2011

I don’t know much about weddings, but one thing I do know, to quote Anthony, Charlotte’s main gay on “Sex and the City,” is that when it comes to the dress, “you go Wang.” And if anyone is going to have the best of the best on their wedding day, it’s Kim Kardashian. When the… More »


Three Women Winners Of 2011 Nobel Peace Prize

By: Jessica Wakeman / October 7, 2011

Three women from Africa and the Middle East have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 2011. Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (pictured), peace activist Leymah Gbowee, and democracy activist Tawakul Karman of Yemen have all been honored for their commitment to nonviolence. The majority of individuals to win the Nobel Peace Prize in the… More »


Men At Work Sued For Plagiarism, 28 Years Too Late

According to the High Court of Australia, the band Men at Work got famous by stealing another’s work. Two years ago, the band was sued for copyright infringement by a company called Larrikin Music. Larrikin claims that the flute riff that is the backbone to the band’s hit, “Down Under,” was stolen from a popular… More »