You know why we love Henry Rollins? ‘Cause he tells it like it is. Here, his advice for musicians everywhere. If only he’d added in something about how lame it is to give women the typical rock star treatment, too. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »
Beyonce and Jay-Z are known for keeping their personal lives private, so sometimes we have to look at photos to try to figure out what’s really happening. Recently, a rep for Bey dispelled rumors she was pregnant with her first child, but we think this was a ruse. Here are our three signs Beyonce and Jay-Z are having a baby. [NYC, 4/4/10]
- Beyonce enjoys showing off her hourglass figure. Yet she decided to wear a looser than usual dress that was belted way below the smallest section of her body.
- Look how she’s hiding her belly with that little purse. When has Mrs. Carter not wanted to show off an outfit before?
- Flat. Shoes. Beyonce loves a heel that’s at least four-inches high and seems to only wear flats on the beach. Now all of a sudden she’s rocking flat shoes for a night out on the town with her man.
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Can you believe this photo, shot by Wendy Bevan for Italian Marie Claire, is from the April 2010 issue, and all the clothes featured are current? Check out the other old-timey pictures from this fashion story at Fashion Gone Rogue. Keep reading »
Things that make our ovaries go “Awww”: Zuma Rossdale decked out in his Easter finery. [4/4/10, Malibu] Keep reading »
Remember playing house with your kindergarten boyfriend and Play-Doh food? Well, Peepshi is the sushi equivalent of taking something wholly adult and giving it a juvenile rebirth. All you need are three childhood dietary staples: Fruit by the Foot, Rice Krispies, and, of course, Peeps. But be warned! This recipe is not for the faint of heart, or people who don’t like to get their hands sticky. You will need to have the nerve to cut off quite a few candy chicken heads. [Serious Eats] Keep reading »
When it comes to pasta there’s spaghetti, bow ties, pin-wheels, spirals, and now … boobs. That’s right, this chi-chi shaped pasta is only $10 from Fred Flare. It gives a whole to meaning to the question, “What’s for dinner?” Keep reading »