BY Team Intern in Style File on Jan 06, 2009 |
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 ... Read More
BY Team Intern in General on Dec 30, 2008 |
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 ... Read More
BY Team Intern in Music Stuff on Dec 22, 2008 |
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 ... Read More
BY Team Intern in Artsy on Dec 22, 2008 |
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 ... Read More
BY Team Intern in Crafty on Dec 17, 2008 |
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.
Is it totally wrong that I want to mail Ozzy Osbourne one of the two-headed ... Read More