Cover girl Kathy makes news again, this time as the scheduled host of the 2009 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards which will air Saturday, September 12th. 'We're thrilled as Kathy's the first Emmy winner to host the Creative Arts show,' the show's veteran producer Spike Jones Jr. said. 'She stole the show the last two years, so now, we're giving her the opportunity to officially hijack it. We're all very, very excited. And ... Read More

Countdown to HP6

BY Team Intern in General |

If you're one of those people that never picked up a Harry Potter book or rolled your eyes when people said things like 'muggle' and 'expelliarmus' then you can skip ahead to the next blog post now (or read Potter 101 and be converted!) However, if you're like me and discovered Harry Potter in elementary school, used it to work bedtime magic on your child, or were any age in between when you found the book, then you've likely done some growing up alongside the ... Read More
Last Friday I finally made it out to see the MOMA and, after five hours of traipsing around in the galleries, I decided that everyone should have a healthy serving of art in their day for inspiration, for contemplation, or just for fun. The James Ensor exhibit and performance art exhibit where gallery crawlers could have their names and heights marked on a wall with Sharpie were two of my favorites. For you, readers, here's a pretty, whimsical bubble ... Read More

F*ck the Pain Away

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We already knew Peaches ' lyrics were ahead their time, but now we can confirm that scientifically. A new study from the school of psychology at Britain's Keele University have found that using profanity can lessen physical pain. A group of 64 volunteers put their hands in ice water while repeating a swear word of their choice over and over. (I would choose fatherf*cker, sticking with the Peaches theme.) The volunteers then repeated the study, this time saying ... Read More
Twitter has finally gone way too far by tweeting where no one has twat before. According to The New York Times, last Tuesday, surgeons from a Missouri children's hospital used Twitter to update family members on the progress of the surgery of a 10-year-old Mongolian boy who had serious neck burns from a fireworks accident. The surgery was scheduled to put expanders under his skin and stretch it so that he could gain a full range of motion in his neck again. For ... Read More
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