As summer slips away, these timberland-themed throws might be able to help cushion your transition into fall.  The birch logs were screen printed and hand sewn by My Imaginary Boyfriend (perhaps he's a lumberjack?), while the other backwoods bolsters were knitted into timber by Chick Sin Design.   Although I'm not looking to transform my apartment into a treehouse, it would be nice to create a proper habitat for all my bearded, ... Read More
The UK's Daily Mail is quickly becoming my favorite news source, mostly for the sheer hilarity of the surveys they deem ''newsworthy''.  Case in point: Today's tabloid-like poll comes from a survey of 15,000 women who were asked to rate men from varying nations on their bedroom abilities.  Germans and Englishmen topped the worst list, titles given due to bad body odor and lazy lovemaking, respectively.  Not too far behind are American men, ... Read More
When a Washington Post article about the possibility of women being allowed to serve on submarines popped into my newsfeed this morning, it was kind of a no-brainer that misogynistic reader comments would abound.  Still, I wasn't expecting one commenter to suggest women ''were sterilized'' before taking the plunge, or that another would recommend a plumber for all the tampons that block up the pipes on the seafarer.  Do people really still think like ... Read More
If you work hard for the money (so hard for it honey), you'll be excited to learn that museums nationwide are opening their doors to the penny-pinchin' public for free tomorrow.  That's right, absolutely zippo!  The Smithsonian-sponsored Museum Day just requires you print out a pass from their website, and you can walk right in to one of 1,200 participating art galleries, museums, and science centers. It's no secret that when it comes to cultural ... Read More
Tomorrow, September 25, the Roosevelt Hotel in New Orleans will celebrate the 60th anniversary of the day a group of ladies infiltrated their men-only bar, the Sazerac, and demanded a drink.  Previous to the 1949 ''Storming of the Sazerac,'' women were only allowed to enter the boy's club to partake in Mardi Gras activities.  Ever since that day, women have been admitted on the same basis as men (well, supposedly). To commemorate the momentous ... Read More
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