Dealbreaker: The Obnoxious Social Media Oversharer

By: Youyoung Lee / December 7, 2010
Newly returned to New York after a two-year sojourn abroad, I was eager to make friends (or more than friends), so I turned to my Facebook, FourSquare, Twitter, Tumblr, and OkCupid accounts. At some point, social media savvy became a legitimate dating skill and I was ready to showcase mine to the… More »

Eyeshadow With A Taffy Texture And Cute Packaging To Boot

By: Leonora Epstein / December 7, 2010
A little birdie told us that Jelly Pong Pong's eyeshadow would be irresistibly cute. For starters you have an ultra sweet bird detail sitting atop the pot, making it a perfect display item for your vanity. Second, the product features a unique blend of melted-down shadow, coconut oil, and vitamin E, which creates a "taffy… More »

Is Investing In Divorce The Wrongest Thing Ever, Or Kinda-Sorta Good?

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / December 7, 2010
In fun holiday news, a new type of investment company is popping up around the country. If you're intimidated by the stock market, maybe you'll want to invest in divorce proceedings? Or not. Two companies—Balance Point Divorce Funding in Beverly Hills and Churchill Divorce Finance in New York—let you contribute to a woman (or man)… More »

The Good, The Bad & The WTF: “The Tourist” NYC Premiere

By: Julie Gerstein / December 7, 2010

Phaedra’s Baby Explodes!

By: Ami Angelowicz / December 7, 2010
Another episode of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," another one of Phaedra Park's bizarre photo shoots with Spark St. Jude. Only this time, instead of pickles, there is poop! Baby Ayden "fired off" a load on Phaedra's hand. Luckily, Apollo, the baby's father babysitter, comes to the rescue while Phaedra, a woman bereft… More »

MIT Smarties Create Interactive Wallets

By: Leonora Epstein / December 7, 2010
Raise your hand if you've ever avoided looking at your credit card bill (easier now, thanks to automatic payments) or bank balance? We're oftentimes guilty of not managing our money as best we could, and we hate to use technology as the culprit, but you can't deny that money is becoming increasingly abstract with… More »