Sid And Nancy Dolls?

By: Ami Angelowicz / November 22, 2010

The “Who Killed Nancy?” crocheted dolls by artist Shove Mink are adorably macabre. The perfect gift for that co-dependent couple. Or just a fun way to teach the kids about the dangers of drugs? You decide. [The Daily What]… More »


Women Pop Artists Get Exposed At The Brooklyn Museum

By: Joanne Hinkel / November 22, 2010

Artist Marjorie Strider’s comically pornographic “Woman with Radish,” made in 1963, was an unusual contribution to Pop Art — it was a feminist one. She subverted the often ridiculously over-sexual, pinup-inspired graphics in commercial graphic art of this era by addressing such objectification in her own art. The eyelashes and radish (above) are sculpted out… More »


Why Do Women Think Political Points Are Best Made While Topless?

By: Jessica Wakeman / November 22, 2010

Runway To Retail: McQueen’s Brass Knuckle Clutch For Cheap

By: Carrie Morrissey / November 22, 2010

The Alexander McQueen Brass Knuckle Clutch is by far one of the coolest and most unique bags ever. Surprisingly, it is not one that you can find at a lower price by tons of other retailers. However, Too Fast has made a larger striped version that could totally work for someone who likes the style… More »


10 Gifts We’d Like To Give Kim Zolciak At Her Baby Shower

By: Kate Torgovnick/Kate-Book.com / November 22, 2010

A week ago on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” Kim Zolciak went to see Sheree perform at a charity event called “Dancing Stars of Atlanta,” and found herself transfixed by the butt of Atlanta Falcons defensive end, Kroy Biermann. “That’s the nicest butt I’ve seen on a white guy,” she said, before complimenting him o… More »


Q&A With Lilly Ledbetter

By: Jessica Wakeman / November 22, 2010

Lilly Ledbetter is living history

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Don’t you just love when you meet a feisty old granny? More »