Why Do You Care More About My Wedding Dress Than My Fiancé’s Suit?

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / July 6, 2015

Figuring out what I’m going to wear to my wedding is driving me totally insane. More »

Thank Us Later: Nutrino Is Your Go-To Holistic Nutrition App

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / July 2, 2015

If you care about food more than it takes to count calories, you’ll love Nutrino. More »

Man Buys Extendable Arm And Wins Prize For Being Most Irritating Boyfriend Alive

By: Megan Reynolds / July 2, 2015


Beauty IRL: Recommended Lipsticks For Specific Situations

By: Megan Reynolds / July 2, 2015

We’ve got a lipstick for that. … More »

How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love Myself (In Versace)

By: James Hepplewhite / July 2, 2015

Versace, Versace, Medusa head on me like I’m ‘luminati. More »

Do You Know What It Takes To Make Your Goals Happen?

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / July 1, 2015

What dreams are you aching to achieve? Let our new series help you out. More »

Hey, Middle-Aged Bros, That Skateboard Makes You Look Like A Douche

By: Megan Reynolds / July 1, 2015

Skateboards are cool and hot when you’re a teenage scumbag with piercing eyes, slightly unwashed hair, strong arms and a tendency towards silence as a form of communication. Skateboards convey danger, mystery, and a recklessness that is sexy when you’re a college frehman. According to the professional trolls at the New York Post, the skateboard… More »

11-Year-Old Hero Sends Devastating Breakup Text To Her Shitty Boyfriend Joey

By: Megan Reynolds / July 1, 2015

Middle school’s gonna be a hard road for Joey. … More »

Do Something New: Skydiving

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / June 30, 2015

It’s safer than driving your car, and, in Chicago at least, way more fun! More »

Some Questionable Items We Found In Hillary Clinton’s Online Store

By: Megan Reynolds / June 30, 2015

Hillary 2016 is for the teens first and foremost. … More »

Do Something New: Walk In The Pride Parade

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / June 29, 2015

Spectating Chicago’s Pride Parade is, from my perspective, objectively awful. I do it every year despite the fact that last year it was 95 degrees out and someone who lived above Bobtail Ice Cream at Wellington and Barry, where I was spectating, accidentally dropped a bottle of vodka from a third-floor window and it landed… More »

A Japanese Cat Stationmaster Becomes A Goddess During Her Funeral

By: Katrin Higher / June 28, 2015

All hail our cat goddess!

Japanese cat idol, Tama, was a stationmaster cat (natch) who attracted tourists and became world-famous, contributing to the rejuvenation of the struggling railway company Wakayama Electric Railway. Sources say she also helped significantly boost the struggling local economy surrounding the Kishi Station in western Japan.

The… More »

Train Wreck African-Themed Fashion Show Had No Black Models Whatsoever

By: Katrin Higher / June 27, 2015

In this week’s news of egregious cultural appropriation, Japanese fashion designer Junya Watanabe showed his Spring 2016 collection at the Museum of Immigration in Paris and it was a terrible display of ersatz Colonialism that made me wince.

This looks as though J.Crew flew into a Masai tribe, stole all of their accessorie… More »

Do Something New: Longboard

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / June 26, 2015

Alternative title: “Have Your Partner Teach You Something.”… More »

Make It Stop: “How Do I Become More Girly?”

By: Anna Goldfarb / June 26, 2015

Seriously, makeup can be confusing. More »

A Linguistic Analysis Of The #DontMancriminate Campaign

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / June 26, 2015

The biggest problem with it is the word “mancriminate.”… More »

So Not Worth It: Sally Hansen’s Big Peel-Off Basecoat Is A Nightmare And I Give Up Entirely

By: Robyn Pennacchia / June 25, 2015

WTF? This shit is not coming off! … More »

Thank Us Later: L’Oréal Magic Skin Beautifier BB Cream

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / June 25, 2015

It really IS magical! More »

15 Extremely Convincing Reasons To Take A Walk Today

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / June 24, 2015

A radical pedestrian revolution is underway in America! Or at least, that’s what The Guardian is reporting. Acting Surgeon General Boris Lushniak said we should “go retro!” and treat walking as our patriotic duty – and indeed, the Society of Actuaries has estimated that if just 1 in 10 Americans started a walking program, America… More »

Do Something New: Get An Energy Healing

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / June 24, 2015

Who knows? Maybe it works. More »

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