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I just watched the trailer to the ladeez surfer movie Dear and Yonder and I have to say, I feel like I just came from a great yoga class. The trailer is like one deep, cleansing inhale. The music, by Vetiver is equally trancelike, calming, refreshing, and bright. In one clip, a surfer dives deep under the surface of the ocean with her board at her stomach with the ease of a porpoise. In another clip, a surfer dances back and forth on her board as she rides a ... Read More
I feel somewhat confident in saying that most of you reading this know someone -- or are someone -- who has watched Donnie Darko over and over again. Maybe as your go-to late night stoner flick, or as your midnight movie date, or as something you watched over and over again trying to tease out the answers from Richard Kelly's story. Donnie Darko was that movie you or I finally stumbled upon on DVD or at the one arty film theater in town that would play a film ... Read More
These days it seems like everything is miniature: cupcakes, ipods, cars--hell, you can't even get a hamburger without eating 4 teeny little doll-sized sliders. Well, mini has come to the urban local food movement, and friends, it is good. The first project growing in the fecund soil of adorableness and efficiency is Window Farms, founded by Britta Riley and Rebecca Bray to create 'vertical, hyrdroponic, modular, low-energy, high-yield' gardens--in their apartment ... Read More
The U.N is celebrating the efforts of their female peacekeepers with a photography exhibition in its lobby through August 4th. While women only make up 8 percent of U.N police and 2 percent of their military, the U.N has officially recognized that since women bear the brunt of war, they should have more of a presence in the peacekeeping. It has been found that women and children feel more comfortable approaching female officers with their personal problems, and ... Read More
Favorite funny-lady Margaret Cho is burning a path through the television tubes this summer. Catch the airing of her concert film Beautiful, on Showtime this Friday, June 3rd, at 11. In her own words: 'This show is really about how we should feel beautiful. When you feel beautiful, you're going to have more of a willingness to use your voice to speak,' says Cho. 'And there are a lot of dick jokes. A whole ... Read More
I am obsessed with this sticky note experiment. Office hijinks and art! This'll bust up any Friday work blues. Happy Weekend!- ... Read More
It's Take Your Dog to Work Day! This very important holiday started in 1999 to promote pet adoption and show off how awesome companion dogs are. It's true. People who have dogs see serious health benefits including lower blood pressure and stress levels. It's also been shown that elderly or ill people who have a pet to care for live longer because they have someone depending on them - a reason to get out of bed no matter what else. Pets can also ease mental ... Read More
This ad is so mind-blowingly (heh) offensive and slack that I can feel myself getting dumber as I write this. It manages to desecrate both burgers and blow-jobs--and as an erstwhile fan of both, and a defender of the ladies, it leaves me triply outraged and left with the same greasy sense of empty calories and broken promises that fast food so often delivers. I love a dick joke as much as the next girl, but, in the words of Gob-COME ON! Why would looking at a ... Read More

Buster the Bust Otter

BY Web Intern in General

          The Busties have adopted a river otter from the National Wildlife Federation. Sadly, he will not be delivered to our offices to bathe in an inflatable pool but he will be chillin' in the wetlands of North America. His name is Buster (get it?) and the interns have agreed that he should be our new mascot. -Sylvie Partake in your own do-goodery at the National Wildlife Federation. Photo courtesy of Animal ... Read More
Here's to the man in the mirror--the talented and troubled Mr. Michael Jackson. From adorable child singer to international icon--Jackson redefined pop music and stardom--breaking barriers and bringing people together even as he wrestled with the personal demons and tragedy that attend the stories of so many American music legends. Jackson in some ways feels like one of the last true celebrities--someone who was venerated, not for his wealth or consumption or ... Read More