For Valentine’s Day, instead of waiting for love letters that’ll never come — who sends those anymore, anyway? — we decided to practice a little self-love in the name of St. Valentine by writing them to ourselves. We invite you to do the same in the comments. Amelia and Jessica have already shared theirs. Today is Kate’s turn… Keep reading »
So, this is kind of awkward. While I just excitedly heard the news that the fifth and final season of “Friday Night Lights” will be starting on NBC on April 15, and am still drooling over this 30-second promo video, anyone who has DirecTV witnessed the show’s season finale last night. Now, I had told myself that I was going to read the episode summaries and reviews of the show’s final episode this morning and write something about it today. But I just can’t bring myself to do it and ruin the whole season for myself. This was as far as I got—the first paragraph of The Daily Beast review, before the dreaded “spoiler alert” warning, which tells me that “the series finale gave its characters the happy endings—or new beginnings—that they so desperately deserved.” Does that mean that Tim Riggins packs up his truck and comes to meet me in New York? Keep reading »
I heart The Strokes, so I’m pretty excited that they have given us a little taste of their new album, Angles, which drops in March. After the jump, the band’s first single in five years, “Under the Cover of Darkness.” I am kind of loving it, especially once the other guys jump in on backup vocals to help out Julian Casablancas. I say: yes! [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
It started my sophomore year of high school with Danny Bonfiglio*. I saw him on the bus wearing Doc Martins and a Sonic Youth T-shirt. He pushed his shoulder length, brown hair out of his eyes long enough to speak to me. “Nice shoes,” he said quietly and continued on to the back of the bus. Keep reading »
Give your lips the royal treatment this Valentine’s Day with the Lipstick Queen discovery set. The three-pack features Medieval, a sexy, sheer red, Saint Nude, a chic neutral, and Butterfly Ball in Trance, a shimmering shade of raspberry. All of the colors are really classic, not too saturated or too sheer. And the best part is that they wear like a lipstick, but feel like a gloss, with ultra-moisturizing Vitamin E and shea butter that will keep winter lips luscious. Perfect for smooching.
Kentucky man, Antoine Banks, found a creative new place to hide his illegal substances from police. After a routine traffic stop, cops found a bag of
saliva saliva and liquid codeine in his car, so they decided to give him a pat down. During the pat down, they found a bag of cocaine in the waistband of his boxers, so they ordered a strip search. Q: Can you guess where they found another small bag of crack? Keep reading »