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
Spice up your boudoir with some new spreads from Sin in Linen , the only bedding that will make you blush. All you have to do is enter our new contest by July 31st in the win stuff section . After that we will notify you if you have won. It's too easy to win, just fill out the form! There will be 3 grand prize winners that will get a full sheet set, duvet cover, shams, and pillowcases in either Pink Zebra, Flame or Forever Tattoo! Once the winners are chosen (at ... Read More
 There is a unique movement happening in Iran right now; some have preemptively labeled it a 'revolution,' while others have said it's all U.S.A.-backed smoke and mirrors, but should anyone reject this as anything less than an uprising, they would have to be in denial. So often in traditional media outlets, we see women in Iran and throughout other Muslim-majority countries portrayed as oppressed homemakers, washing clothes by hand outdoors, pulling tightly at ... 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