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  Famous Portland-based artists Brian and Jonathan, known as The Gay Beards, are changing the way we look at beards. No longer the source of an unfortunate post-makeout skin rash or a sad attempt at masculinity, @thegaybeards have turned beards into a work of art.   Here are 10 examples of how magical beards can be:     These roses give us a warm and fuzzy feeling in our hearts.     It's the luck o' the Irish! Or, a lot of fantastic glitter.     In case you wanted cereal for breakfast.     We're feeling the love.     Even T-Swift...
A piece of our adolescence has died: popular mall retailer Aeropostale has officially filed for bankruptcy. All across this great nation, "preppies" are sinking to their knees in their relaxed-fit slim khakis and blowing their noses on their long-sleeved polo shirts. Though a Hollister may eventually fill that empty space in the mall between Payless Shoes and Pretzel Time, no one can fill the void in our hearts. But we come to bury Aeropostale, not to praise him! In honor of our departed store, let's dig...
Last October, we talked about how awesome it was that Laverne Cox had joined the cast of Fox’s remake of the beloved yet strange Rocky Horror Picture Show. Yesterday, the network dropped the first commercial—and damn it, it’s basically perfect. Without further ado, we present the top 14 reasons why we’re excited for this film.14. The original script from the 1975 cult classic is being used. 13. Kenny Ortega, the director, also directed the High School Musical trilogy and Hocus Pocus.   12. The film is slated for...
Guerrilla artist Swoon is creating oddball masterpieces on her own terms Swoon isn't content to stay cloistered in her studio all day. Instead, the 35-year-old New Yorker has focused her energies on public art, masterminding countless graffiti pieces, sculptures, and large-scale design projects since 1999. Born Caledonia Dance Curry (thank her hippie parents for that awesome name), Swoon fell in love with art at age 10, in a painting class. “I made this oil painting on a canvas,” she says, “and I was instantly like, ‘Oh,...
A meteorologist was asked to cover up Sunday morning by her co-worker, who was playing a joke on her, according to her personal blog.Liberté Chan, who works for KTLA in Los Angeles, was given a gray sweater on air that made her look “like a librarian” in response to emails saying her sparkly little black dress was too inappropriate.Many viewers took social media by storm, angry that Chan had to cover up just because some viewers disapproved of her LBD and dubbing the situation #sweatergate.   “I...