Traveling With The Fashion Elite

By: Annika Harris / June 16, 2011

We’re not into dense and heavy tomes during the summer months. Co-published by the Council of Fashion Designers of America, American Fashion Travel: Designers on the Go is just the type of lighthearted and engaging reading we want. This stylish scrapbook features personal anecdotes, photos, and memorabilia from America’s best-known fashion designers. Plus, it’ll look… More »


Woman Finds God In Her Leg

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / June 16, 2011

 

Kansas woman Audreanna Phelps was at the mall one day when she noticed the word “God” on her leg, spelled out by a vein. Her first thought? God was telling her that her prayers have been heard and everything was going to be okay. My first thought would be, I’m too youngMore »


10 Unapproved Conversation Topics For Father’s Day

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / June 16, 2011

This Sunday, fathers and daughters everywhere will be spending quality time together talking about important life issues, reminiscing about stories from childhood, and waxing poetic about the future. While we highly encourage dad/daughter bonding, we’ve compiled this handy list of awkward conversations you may want to avoid if you plan on having a pleasant holiday… More »


Steve Urkel On The Size Of His Junk And Almost Getting Cast On “The Cosby Show”

By: Jessica Wakeman / June 16, 2011

“That’s why the character was named Rudy — it was intended to be a boy. That’s my tragic auditioning story. We were all packed up and ready to go to New York and my agent had told my parents that they needed to start looking for places to live out there. Next thing you know,… More »


Mrs. Crystal Hefner Graces The Cover Of Playboy

I have a feeling that the July cover of Playboy will not go down in history as one of Hugh Hefner‘s favorites. It obviously went to print before Crystal Harris called off their wedding, and features Crystal sitting in a leather chair, puffing on a pipe, wearing in a sailor’s cap, alongside the couple’s dog,… More »


Is Chris Evans’ Profile In GQ Awesome Or Out Of Line?

I wasn’t expecting too much when I cracked the spine on the latest issue of GQ and began to read the cover story of Chris Evans. Captain America has always struck me as, well, pretty boring. But the article, written by Edith Zimmerman of The Hairpin, ended up being fascinating if a bit solipsistic. Basically,… More »