An Extra Special Star Trek Wedding

Star Trek nerds (Me! Simcha!) rejoice — GeekSugar discovered that the “Star Trek Experience” attraction at the Hilton in Las Vegas offers not one, not two, but five Star Trek-themed wedding packages for geeky visitors wishing to have a Jean-Luc Picard lookalike conduct their ceremony. And, depending on the package, up to four other Star Trek characters will be in attendance. Do you think that instead of saying “I Do” you’re supposed to say “Aye, Aye Sir” instead? [Star Trek Experience] Keep reading »

Quick Pic: Claudia Schiffer Is Glam, In Mourning

The ’80s supermodel was definitely the best-dressed at Yves Saint Laurent’s funeral. [Paris, France, 6/5/08] Keep reading »

Miley Cyrus Dating Backup Dancer?

Miley Cyrus is reportedly dating her 22-year-old backup dancer, Marshall. There hasn’t been an official confirmation on this, but the two have been caught flirting on camera, and there’s a photo of Miley kissing him on the cheek. Now, that’s only a seven-year age difference, but she’s 15. Has she even “become a woman” yet? After the jump, a few other underage celeb relationships — why don’t guys have relationships with older women when they’re under 18? Or do they, and nobody cares? [ThinkFashion] Keep reading »

Thank Kylie Minogue For Your Mammogram!

Kylie Minogue, who just turned the big 4-0 last week, has made women want to wear more spandex, sing at the top of their lungs, and dance like there’s no tomorrow. She’s beaten breast cancer and has also proved that Billboard hits aren’t the only charts she’s been affecting. Since openly talking about her battle with breast cancer in 2005, the Australian medical establishment is crediting her with a 33% spike in mammograms for women between the ages of 25 and 44. (If only gay men could get their moobs screened, you know the numbers would have skyrocketed!) [CBC News]
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The Frisky Guidebook: The City of HOTlanta

Atlanta, the Dirty South, HOTlanta, the ATL — whatever you wanna call it, Atlanta, Georgia has an incredible history. Since the Civil Rights Movement, the city was kinda known as “The City Too Busy To Hate” because it was one of the only Southern cities with a history of fighting for desegregation — as a result, it became a popular city for many African-Americans in the South to relocate to. Atlanta has a vibrant cultural scene, with many amazing restaurants and bars, not to mention a historical side that is not to be missed. After the jump, our Frisky for your next visit to the ATL. Keep reading »

Style On The Street: Red Hair And Basic Sneakers

This week, I saw Rilo Kiley play — Jenny Lewis is the cutest. This girl’s hair reminds me of Jenny’s hair, though I hear reddish hair is hard to manage in the summer (if it’s not natural, it might get brassy). Oh well, at least you can wear some simple sneakers like hers — they remind me of Now and Then. [Trender Bender] Keep reading »

Slideshow: Mandy Moore Can Get Under Our Umbrella

I have a total thing for Mandy Moore that is not very easily explained. She’s no superstar in any department, though I think she’s a decent actress and singer (frankly, I loved her album of cover songs). But something about her seems nice and smart and she’s definitely stylish, which is why we’ve pulled together a slideshow of some of her hottest looks. BUT while I was doing research, I came across this video, of her covering Rihanna’s “Umbrella”. She does it in a very moody way. I like it. And normally I think people should keep their grubby paws off RiRi. Anyway, slideshow after the jump… Keep reading »

Real Chick Lit: Love & Life Lessons From Young Adult Novels

During my junior high/early high school years, I consumed young adult series like my life depended on it. Maybe in a way, it did. I read obsessively about my favorite characters and their packed weekend social schedules of dances, pool parties, tropical vacations, exciting dates, beach parties….trouble was that I was spending my weekend nights reading about these events. The conundrum is that the girls reading these books were the bookish, indoor type — not the ones out and living this life.

My books were my only clues to how to meet and talk to boys. In my endless pawing over my glossy-covered series, my impressionable mind sensed some distinct themes. Keep reading »

The Daily Hotness: Sophia Loren

Sophia Loren is sexy as hell at 73. This grandma’s still got it going on, from her redhead to her red-hot career. Sophia will be singing her way back to the big screen in Nine, a new musical which will hit theaters in 2009. In the film, she will play the ghost of the mother of famed Italian director Federico Fellini (8 ½ , Armacord). The script was written by the late Fellini and will also star Daniel Day-Lewis, Marion Cotillard, Nicole Kidman, and Dame Judi Dench. But all eyes will be on Loren who, as the director Robert Marshall (Chicago) said of his first meeting with her, “My heart almost lept out of my chest because she’s so tall and beautiful. Everything you imagine her to be on screen — the humor, the warmth, that great laugh — is all there in reality.” [USA Today]

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Lying About Plastic Surgery Is Bad

A 38-year-old woman had an expensive laser procedure done to her face, but beforehand, she told her husband she was merely getting a facial. When he found out what a mega-big deal it was, he flipped out. The woman thought it was a harmless fib, but relationships expert Dr. Pam Spurr says even a little white lie isn’t good for a relationship. “What was really going on? She felt defensive about trying to hold back the hands of time, confiding that she didn’t want her husband to know how much she worried about facial lines. As if her husband wasn’t aging along with her!” See, what she really should have done was asked her husband whether he wanted his face worked on, too! [The Times, U.K.] Keep reading »

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