Sorry, Mom.

BY Team Intern in General

                                                             image from pnp.norecess.org If you've ever woken up in the morning and looked next to you in mortification and with an urgent need to apologize to your mother, we feel your pain. Evidently, so do a lot of people. Read More

How To Be Perfect

BY Team Intern in Arts

We all know that there is a huge amount of alterations made to most of the images we see of women celebrities in magazines and ad campaigns. It's all behind the scenes and pretty damn creepy if you ask me. I love how this inspired a group of grafitti artists in Berlin (FTW-Crew) to actually paste the photoshop tool bars next to posters of current pop icons and shed some light on one of advertising's greatest myths: what you see is what you get. Check out more of the images here. Read More
Thank you, Amy Sedaris. Or should I say, Ms. Cameltoe? The new Wayans Brothers movie- which, by the way features SIX Wayans- Dance Flick comes out February sixth and we can't wait. Amy Sedaris plays the dance instructor guiding Tracy Transfat to her dreams of dancing stardom. Check out the preview we found at Concrete Loop and get ready to choreograph your way to the theater. Read More
  Family can be a great source of love, comfort, and at times, a splitting migraine. In the right hands, they can also make great comedic material. Take actor and model Lauren LoGiudice. Read More
Combine gender-bending therapists, mutinous nuthouse patients and toss in wrestling lesbians for good measure and you'll get Waiting For the Show: a madcap, what-the-frack new comedic play by Theresa Diamond. Psych ward inmates Nina and Anne, daily rehearse their fire-eating, snake handling, anti-abortion variety show as Maria from 'The Sound of Music' and former el presidente George Washington, which is periodically interrupted with Nina's trips to the Treatment Room. When mongo bonkers scientists Dr. Read More

Shop In Your Own Closet

BY Team Intern in Style

Don't have enough money to buy new clothes? Why not...shop in your own closet! Shopinyourcloset, a new fashion blog, was created in part to mainstream magazines recent economically-sensitive fashion articles that advise readers to save their bucks by revisiting their own closet, not always considering the fact that some outfits already owned should be buried in a landfill instead of in the back of one's wardrobe. Pictures submitted from readers showcase sartorial choices from days of yikes! ranging from offbeat to off-your-rocker, proving that bad clothes can happen to good people. Read More

Wish Upon a Wall

BY Team Intern in General

Jeez Louise, is it nearly 2009 already? Where did the year go? Guess it's time to whip out the ol' pen and paper and *sigh* write down those resolutions. I have some good ones too: Learn Finnish. Adopt a sea monkey. Travel to Machu Picchu. Build a time-traveling DeLorean, go back to 1995 and tell my younger self 'Lose the bangs.' Need a few ideas of your own? Visit the Wishing Wall at the Times Square Information Center at 1560 Broadway in NYC. From 8am to 8pm or anytime online, you can write a wish, dream etc, and pin it to the wall. On Dec. Read More
Artistic Director Philip Glass has assembled an eclectic line-up of modern day music icons Patti Smith, Vampire Weekend, the National and more to rock it out at the 19th Annual Tibet House Benefit Concert, at New York City's Carnegie Hall in February. Tibet House, a non-profit organization is dedicated to promoting and maintaining Tibetan culture on behalf on his Holiness, the Dalai Lama by serving as both a cultural center in New York City and worldwide online resource for individuals interested in Tibetan culture. Click here for ticket prices and availability. Read More
The phrase 'Blonde Bombshell' conjures images of Hollywood legends Marilyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield or Jean Harlow, but all-too-often history tends to overlook one of the great blonde starlets of our time: Liz Renay The original Queen of Re-Invention, Renay starred in over eighteen films, including John Water's controversial film 'Desperate Living'. Walking out on an abusive marriage, she became an exotic stripper and later served a brief stint in prison due to her personal relationships to notorious mobsters Anthony Coppola and Mickey Cohen. Read More
Remember those scary ass puppets Blade, Pinhead and Leech Woman from the cheesy 90's Puppet Master movies? I just found them dates. Sara Lanzillotta of Devout Dolls handcrafts and paints freaky looking two-headed dolls that would give Tim Burton goosebumps! She's also got a whole menagerie of two-headed animals, including monkeys, kitties and bats. Read More