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Lens Blog profiles photographer Zed Nelson, whose new book, "Love Me," illuminates the dark places that plastic surgery continues to go.  In particular, Nelson is concerned with the homogenization that results from plastic surgery and how the people who he photographs around the world are beginning to look alike. His photos span 17 countries, from nose jobs in Iran to leg lengthenings in China. Read More
According to dailymail.co.uk:..."Archaelogists in Egypt have uncovered a 3,500-year-old 'door to the afterlife' belonging to the tomb of a high-ranking royal advisor to a female pharaoh. The 175cm red granite false door, the likes of which were found in most ancient Egyptian tombs, was built to take the spirits of the dead to and from the afterworld. The door is covered in religious texts and heiroglyphics and came from the tomb of User, the chief minister of 15th century ruler Queen Hatsheput... Read More
The Feminist Review has been providing reviews for three and a half years on books, music, films, and more, all through a smart and savvy feminist lens.   This year, they're yet another independent publication feeling the burn of the recession era.  To combat loss of advertising, they've launched an aggressive campaign this month to meet their fundraising goals for the year, with Women's History Month as their theme. Read More
Tracy Morgan, BUST's April/May cover man is performing tonight through Sunday at the iconic Comedy Club Caroline's on Broadway. The hilarious 30 Rock and former SNL star is a "special engagement" at Caroline's,  and the main squeeze of the "Men We Love" issue. Read More
Crafts for a Cause, a project benefitting Artists for Peace and Justice, is auctioning off custom made crafts and artwork by some of our favorite artists and musicians.  Featuring pieces created by Le Tigre, Cat Power, Aziz Ansari, Feist, Jenny Lewis, M. Ward, Tegan & Sara, and Vampire Weekend just to name a few, all proceeds will be donated to Artists for Peace which covers all of their overhead expenses and donates 100% of what they raise to relief efforts and long term sustainability in Haiti. Read More