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Did you know that hit producer Timbaland had a weekly downloading series called Timbaland Thursday? Did you know that he and Missy released a song they made together called "Take Ur Clothes Off" (Spoiler Alert: In the song, Missy promises to take her clothes off)? No? Me neither! But now is the time to catch-up on Timbaland Thursdays, because he and Missy are getting ready to collaborate (again)! They've promised to discuss details today, live from the internet, at 5pm ET on Timbaland's website. Read More
I love many things in life, but two of my favorites are cute things and tea, which makes Andrews and Dunham Damn Fine Tea now among my favorite favorites. Their unique blends of (delish!) tea are packaged in adorable tins with motifs like Star Wars, Chinese New Year, and mermaids! Sadly, all their teas are limited edition, but I think it would be totally awesome to build up a cute little tin collection after you've finished your teas. Read More
Starting from a lone call in California, people from all over the states and around the world have been ordering pizzas to the thousands of protesters camped outside the Wisconsin Capitol Building. So far, over 500 pizzas have been ordered from over 30 states and 10 countries - including one phone call from Cairo, Egypt. The protesters have been raising a fury since last Monday; protesting Republican Gov. Scott Walker's proposed legislation that would essentially strip selective public sector workers of their collective bargaining rights. Read More
Clever ladies Clem, Kathleen and Eve offer cookies and other baked goods (according to their twitter, today they're making cinnamon buns) out of their second story San Francisco apartment by dangling a string out their window with a bag attached to it reading "1$ for a fresh baked cookie (pull the string if you wish to partake).  Their company is called Fat Cookies (yes!) and it is really one of the best ideas I've heard all year. People need cookies, and we don't always have time to duck in to stores to get them. Read More
The cliché “writer meets a starlet for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The starlet, usually of slim and gamine proportions, appears to thwart our expectations by ordering and consuming, with conspicuous relish, a meal that might satisfy a hungry dockworker.” New York Times writer, Jeff Gordinier points out that this situation has become oddly familiar, and it has even been coined “the documented instance of public eating” (DIPE). Read More
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