This Kid Has It So Rough

By: Ami Angelowicz / December 30, 2010

We’re so sorry that the Snowpocalypse ruined this poor kid’s plans to tan. We hope he will reach Florida in no time. Maybe some nice people will give up their seats on the only available flights this week so he can get to the beach ASAP. In the meantime, the brat will have to… More »

Twilight Zone Music News: Kanye Stars In Kim Kardashian’s Video, Kate Moss Records An Album

By: Kate Torgovnick/ / December 30, 2010

Today’s music news seems to be all sorts of backwards. First off, we told you in November that Kim Kardashian was recording an album with The-Dream. And now we hear that she is making a video directed by Hype Williams. The mega famous video director spent hours on a closed set with Kim, and her… More »

Charlie Williams Will Have You Saying “Bieber, Who?”

By: Simcha / December 30, 2010

Ladies, prepare to have your heart melted. There’s a new teen crooner in Tinseltown, Charlie Williams, and he sings as pretty as he looks. Plus, he can play drums, beat box, and is about to get his pilot’s license. Clearly, this 16-year-old dude doesn’t need a swagger coach—he’s got the awesome thing down. If you… More »

Inspiration Board: “Annie Hall”

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / December 30, 2010

Diane Keaton’s look in “Annie Hall” is so iconic that even decades after the Woody Allen film premiered, her look is still wearable. There’s a reason menswear-inspired fashions for women is a cyclical style, after all. The “Annie Hall” look gives an air of confidence without looking as if you’re trying too hard. Here’s how… More »

Snowpocalypse 2011 Brings Out Amazing Art

By: Leonora Epstein / December 30, 2010

What happens when a giant blizzard hits the East Coast and brings life practically to a standstill? Art gets moving. Apparently. We’re beginning to see some very cool photography and short films come out of the weather disaster, the latest of which is even being praised by Roger Ebert! This short film by Jamie… More »

14 Celebs’ New Year’s Resolutions

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / December 30, 2010