“I want a guy who takes charge, but lets me have my say once in a while. A good relationship is all about balance and chemistry.”
—With a headline like “I Like Dominating Men,” you might think this article would tell us Taylor Swift‘s a kinky mofo. But no. All she meant is that she likes a guy who isn’t lazy. And bloggers will flip out again about how Tay-Tay is “bad for feminism” in five … four … three … [Digital Spy] Keep reading »
As if you could forget with all the attack ads gumming up TV right now, tomorrow is Election Day. Presidential elections are definitely a lot more exciting, but midterms are actually pretty important, too. If you care about forwarding President Obama‘s agenda — or would give all the Girl Scout cookies in your cupboard to stop him in his tracks — then you’ll want to send someone to Washington who’ll represent your interests. Keep reading »
This weekend, I hightailed it to Washington, D.C., for “The Daily Show
“‘s and “The Colbert Report”‘s Rally To Restore Sanity And/Or Fear
. It was basically a big old party with amazing sign watching. (My personal faves read: “I Had a Tea Party with Your Mama” and “Palin/Snooki 2012.” The crowd was—how do I put it?—packed like sardines, so there was no chance of seeing a Jumbotron unless you were at least six feet tall. The best the rest of us could do was listen. And for the listeners, the highlight of the afternoon was for sure Jon Stewart
‘s monologue. So we’re glad that Auto-Tune The News didn’t waste any time in remixing that shizzle.
If you were at the rally, share your experience in the comments section. Keep reading »
A pullover sweater can be a wardrobe savior because it’s easy to put on, can be layered or not, and conceals a stain on your favorite blouse. Check out 10 pullover sweaters that will make getting dressed easier.
Blackbook informs us that shopping giant Nordstrom will be setting up a non-profit shop in New York City’s Soho neighborhood. The high-design charity boutique is an already-existing concept, and a successful one at that. Merci, a concept store in Paris, was founded by the past owners of Bonpoint, a fancy children’s clothing line. After selling Bonpoint, the owners created their own children’s charity and a boutique whose entire proceeds benefit it (after paying all costs). Merci has become one of the most-respected style spots in Paris. Now Nordstrom is doing something similar, opening a boutique to benefit non-profit organizations. Keep reading »