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It was just last week that good ol' Chip Wilson made some pretty brainless comments about how Lululemon's products are "not for everybody." Essentially, he told anyone over a size 0 to GTFO of his store.  Now it's damage control central over at Lululemon, and Chip wants you to know it's all his fault. He released a video via Lulu's Facebook page on Friday afternoon. Here's his statement in its entirety: "Hello, I’m Chip Wilson. I’m founder of ... Read More
As part of (Queen) Oprah's "Where Are They Now?" series, RuPaul dished on the ins and outs of his drag career. "If I never did drag again, honestly, I wouldn't care!" he says. "The only time you will ever see me in drag is when I'm what? Getting paid." Let me be the first to say thank you to whoever has been paying him, then. Where would we be without RuPaul?! He also touched on his 19-year relationship with his partner, Georges. And yes, he totally gets that ... Read More
Ahh, the age-old "I'm SO bad at math!" line. For many people, this declaration is almost like a reflex when anything to do with numbers comes up in conversation. Calculating a tip at a restaurant? "Don't look at me! I'm so bad at math!" Grocery shopping? "So, so bad at math!" Talking about nothing math related? You get the idea. A recent piece by Kim Z. Dale in Chicago Now's "Listing Toward Forty" said what we all need to be thinking: Every time we say "I'm bad at ... Read More
So much crazy...so little time. It's been one of those weeks where the world is just especially out of whack. Someone tell me if it's still Mercury Retrograde? Is the apocalypse from Melancholia happening for real? I want answers, people!! In the mean time, here's all the frustrating jibber-jabber you need to know:   • Kat Von D's makeup line came under fire for a shade of lipstick charmingly titled "Celebutard." I used to wistfully wonder what it ... Read More
Claire Meyer and Alan Linic have been dating for eight-ish months. Like any couple, their relationships has its ups and downs. Unlike any couple, every "fight," from minor spat to all-out war, is documented on their Twitter account: We Fought About. The updates come roughly every other day, with a general balance between the aggressor and the offended. According to an interview with The Cut, no fight goes undocumented, regardless of content or severity.  My ... Read More
You can all breathe a sigh of relief, because the future of television is looking bright! Crazy funny lady Kristen Schaal and former Daily Show writer (and Schaal’s husband) Rich Blomquist have teamed up with writers/directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller of 21 Jump Street fame for a new ABC comedy titled, American Monster. As Deadline reports, the show, co-written by Blomquist, will star Schaal as… WAIT FOR IT… “A small-town misfit who ... Read More
Founder of Lululemon and resident bald dude Chip Wilson has always been a bit...off. In a 2009 blog post, he suggested this sigh-inducing theory: "Breast cancer also came into prominence in the 1990's. I suggest this was due to the number of cigarette-smoking Power Women who were on the pill (initial concentrations of hormones in the pill were very high) and taking on the stress previously left to men in the working world." Who knew giant piles of money also ... Read More
  Sylvia Plath is known mostly for her poetry and prose, but arguably the same degree of violent, exuberant feeling may be found in her sketch work, now published in a volume entitled Sylvia Plath: Drawings. Edited by the poet’s own daughter Frieda Hughes, the text cradles her pen-and-ink drawings with diary entries and letters.     Plath created the illustrations at Cambridge, and used studied art as a way of coping with and ... Read More
  At around 2:30 AM on Saturday, 19-year-old Renisha McBride’s car crashed and she was stuck in a neighborhood outside of Detroit. She didn’t know the area and began knocking on doors, asking for help. One homeowner, who is as of yet unidentified, shot the young woman in the head, killing her.    The police are keeping much of the story under wraps, claiming that it was an act of self-defense. A neighbor agrees that the shooter was ... Read More
  Many women suffering from breast cancer face the possibility of a double mastectomy, a surgical procedure in which the breasts are partially or completely removed. In addition to the pain and fear of undergoing a major surgery, some women express feelings of grief over the loss of their breasts. For this reason, this beautiful dance, performed by a woman and her team of doctors, is an especially moving affirmation of the resilience of the female-- and ... Read More