OMG, Jane Fonda twittered this and I missed it? "Sean Penn brought Mickey Avalon (@mickeyave) to our xmas party. He sang "Do The Jane Fonda" and I danced. Fun!!!" How awesome would it have been to witness this glorious meeting? Wow. Also, very excited to hear that Mickey will have a new CD out this year on Interscope- Can't wait! You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this video photo by aliya naumoff (originally shot for ... Read More

Yep, He Did

BY Phoebe Magee in General |

Cameras have already captured between the Obamas a level of documented physical affection perhaps unprecedented in American political history.  The President and First Lady are unusual in their apparent willingness to reveal the inner workings of their relationship--or, in their refusal to cover them.  Michelle Obama wants the press and America to know that marriage is hard work;  White House photographs of the couple are downright flirty; and ... Read More
Ok, this is the most bizarre tribute to The Golden Girls EVER. And possibly the weirdest thing you'll see today.  Artist James Kuhn can paint his face to look like pretty much anything. From Shrek, to a human hot dog face, his work shows a deeper dedication to lipstick, powder and paint than Marilyn Manson (who, incidentally I think he has also imitated). What you are seeing here though is THREE GOLDEN GIRLS covering his entire head. Watch the video too, for ... Read More
As if working mothers don't carry enough guilt with them as they set off for the office every day - imagine how the good hardworking mums of London felt when they saw this poster emblazoned on the side of the capital's famous red buses - 'CAREER WOMEN MAKE BAD MOTHERS' ... Apparently it was designed to promote the effectiveness of billboard advertising. Hmmmm. I bet the ad exec who thought that one up didn't have two little kids at home and a whole lotta bills to ... Read More
    The word 'superwoman' is thrown around way too often, but here's an athlete who completely deserves the description. Amy Palmiero-Winters is a 37-year-old mother of two, coach, mentor, and became a below-the-knee amputee as the result of a motorcycle accident in 1994. Now, she's made history.On January 1st, she became the first female athlete with a prosthetic leg to win the title in a race. And it wasn't any old race either.  Starting at 9 a.m. ... Read More