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that don't fit and give the world an unintentional, back-gap, peep show whenever you bend down. isAbelt is a clear, adjustable, virtually invisible belt that keeps those jeans in place and your waist streamlined, so you don't have to wear a regular-old, heavy, bulky belt. Since I like my belts to show, my personal fav is isAbelt Jr-Skull style complete with cute skulls and pink lips graphics. It's super fun, really comfortable, and fits up to a junior's size ... Read More

Sweet and Lowdown

BY Lisa in General |

      My favorite goodie-baking gals at Sweet Tooth of the Tiger have just made NYC sugarphiles dreams come true: they now offer DELIVERY SERVICE! OMG, I will take one dozen dark chocolate cupcakes with ganache frosting and a side of oatmeal cream pies, stat! If you're not familiar with their sweets-centered, community-minded crusade, read all about it in the new ... Read More

Keys. OMG keys!

BY Team Intern in General |

Brooklyn based Jewelry designer Gabriela de la Vega's special Antique key collection, combines timelessness and originality with style. The keys are casted in Vermeille; sterling silver and plated with 18k gold. In the necklace featured above, the center key was a key to a grandfather clock. All of the keys have their own histories. Another was a key to an old desk given to Gabriela by her Great Grandmother, that she always held onto and never lost.Click here ... Read More
In the Family, features 27 year old filmmaker Joanna Rudnick who tested positive for the BRCA genetic mutation. This means that she has an extremely high chance of developing breast, and/or ovarian cancer. She critically examines the impact of genetic research on the personal lives of those who have tested positive for BCRA and for whom cancer runs in their family.Watch In the Family on PBS at 10 P.M. tomorrow, Wednesday October 1st. To learn more about ... Read More
Curious about how a successful artist works and what inspires them? Come hear artist Jusine Kurland speak at the Aperture Gallery this Wednesday Oct. 1st at 6:30. its FREE! 547 West 27th Street, 4th floor New York, New York (212) 505-5555 Justine Kurland's photographs are about adolescence, awkwardness, girls, the American landscape, secrets, and quiet, private dreams of community that hide behind tough exteriors and blank faces. Kurland spends as much as 9 ... Read More