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An intimate look at a group of professionals creating something they felt proud of (as well as a survey of the changing landscape of American entertainment and culture in the early 1970s), this comprehensive history of The Mary Tyler Moore Show is as enjoyable as reruns of the classic show. Originally pitched as a show about a divorced career woman, and forcibly revised to feature a never-married protagonist, the show launched at a time when the one female executive at CBS had to share a...
In college my friends and I would always plan out an elaborate group Halloween costume involving the myriad lovable characters from Arrested Development. Everyone would argue over who they would be: should it be based on looks? Personality? Or just who your favorite character was? Needless to say, this idea never came to fruition, but that's probably because we didn't have this super helpful flow chart that determines which character you are! I discovered I'm Lucille Bluth, mostly because of my terrible winking skills. So...
I first saw Mykki Blanco perform in a grimy warehouse in Providence, Rhode Island. I was bone-tired after a week of grueling exams, and the only reason I was at the concert at all was because my friend dragged me to the performance, claiming I just had to see this. The venue was cramped, hot, and sweaty, and I almost felt myself regretting the decision until Mykki entered the room like a crescendo. She turned us all from exhausted students into her enthusiastic, ardent fans...
What would yours say? Comedian Ariella Scarcella, star of the Youtube channel Arielle Is Hamming, has answered the question with her latest video If Vaginas Could Talk. They'd complain about waxing, swamp ass, blood, and hot summer days. It gets a bit more graphic than that, but just watch it yourself and laugh your genitals off. See more of Arielle at... http://www.youtube.com/ArielleIsHamming http://www.youtube.com/girlfriendshttp://www.youtube.com/ProjectToasty Image courtesy of skinnyblatherings.blogspot.com ...
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who’s the most exposed of them all? Glasgow’s Shimmy Club is recently garnering some much-deserved criticism for installing one-way mirrors, also known as two-way mirrors, in women’s bathrooms so that male customers can receive a peep show. In order to catch a look at these unsuspecting women’s reflections, clubgoers are required to buy a private booth for the night, aptly titled “Smoke and Mirrors,” which can go up to as much as £800 per night. There are two private booths of this nature,...
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