Around these parts, we have a soft spot for Andrea Tantaros, the Outnumbered host who gave us our new site mantra: "a bunch of angry chicks that just hate on really attractive women." But according to Tantaros, who is now criticizing Chrissy Teigen for being vocal about her own opinions, pretty women should shut the fuck up too.
Hot on the heels of their competitor Under Armour , Nike is amping up their offerings for women's workout gear as well, because that's where the moneyyyyy is at.
There is no wilder Christian television program than It's Supernatural!, a bonanza of weirdness hosted by a Messianic Jew named Sid Roth. He's joined every week by a revolving cast of highly eccentric guests, most of whom have a direct hotline of one kind or another to the Lord God Almighty. This week, Roth sat down with California-based evangelist Glenda Underwood Jackson, who claims to have predicted Ronald Reagan's 1981 assassination attempt, and who now warns that the 2016 elections might have to be cancelled, due to evil. Prepare yourselves accordingly.
I've got to think cases like this happen because old men go bald... and their brain cells escape from their scalps.
I feel grumpy. It's probably too late for me to be up. There's a house full of people, some kind of party. I go to my parents' room to lie on the bed, and my Grandpa Pat comes after me. He wants a hug and a kiss. I don't feel like it. I like him, but I'm always a little shy: he's got that big barrel chest and smells like sour fruit (much later in life, I'll learn that this the hallmark smell of a Maker's Mark binge). I screech "No," but he comes at me anyway, his Irish pan-face coming closer to mine. I lie back and kick my legs to keep him away. I kick so hard my knee smashes into my nose. Blood spurts all over my clothes and the blankets. I am four years old and I feel like a little bitch for not respecting my grandfather and causing such a problem.
Imagine coming home after a spirited night on the town. You had a drink or seven, but you managed not to lose your ID or debit card, so things are looking good. On your way back, all you can think about is your carton of leftover spaghetti and meatballs sitting in the fridge waiting to be your hearty 2:30 am snack. You finally get home, shuffle in, and your snack isn't there. Your roommate has thrown your food out. What do you do? If you're Tampa resident Melissa Dawn Sellers, you set your roommate on fire.
Welcome to Bride on Acid, a wedding "advice" column written by a bride on very powerful hallucinogens — because what person planning a wedding hasn't felt reality unravel around them?
Fifty Shades of Grey is doing reshoots—just four months before the movie's scheduled Valentine's Day debut. Cutting it a little close, aren't they? Apparently they're having SEX PROBLEMS.
Hell yeah, Midler. Cue up those extremely soft bongos, put me in a nightgown, scatter my body with lilies and send me to the river to die.
The attorney for one of the Vanderbilt football players accused of participating in the rape of a woman last summer has entered an unusual argument on behalf of his client: Brandon Vandenburg couldn't possibly be held responsible for rape; he was simply too drunk to know what was going on.
It's the old YouTube two-step! The site temporarily removed—then quickly reinstated—FCKH8's controversial viral video featuring little girls in princess costumes throwing around f-bombs and feminist stats.
I'm glad Walter Isaacson is getting such an outpouring of love from reviewers and talk-show hosts for including Ada Lovelace in The Innovators, his new history of the digital revolution.1 Thanks to Isaacson, Lovelace is finally receiving at least a few bytes of the attention she deserves for having written the first computer algorithm—a century before the first electronic computer was up and running. He also devotes a chapter to Grace Hopper, a Navy rear admiral who, a hundred years later, invented the first compiler so programs could be written in words rather than in numbers, and the six female mathematicians who designed the software for the first generally programmable computer.
I don't know how some of you make it through fashion school without killing someone. The process of designing clothes is grueling, and it takes a lot of talent, patience and... fabulosity? Kimora Lee Simmons to the rescue.
Party season is upon us! And if you have little ones, surely you are tearing your hair out, wracking your brains for a perfectly unique Halloween party idea, one that will stand out from all the other kids' parties on the block. Look no further! Martha Stewart Living has a handy guide to throwing a crafty punk-rock inspired party. For children.
The final dates of Justin Timberlake's 20/20 Experience world tour will be shot by Jonathan Demme, the acclaimed director behind The Silence of the Lambs, Talking Heads' concert doc Stop Making Sense and — most importantly — Married to the Mob.
Lana Del Rey got the American Horror Story treatment this week and it was campy fun. Elsa, played by Jessica Lange, covered "Gods & Monsters" flawlessly, except for the part when the song summoned a two-faced carny murderer. Well, not everyone’s going to be a fan.
On July 8, 2013, at 11:20 a.m., Olivia Munn hailed a taxi on Varick Street in Manhattan’s West Village. The actress took an 11-minute ride across the island, to the Bowery Hotel, for which she paid $6.50.
Ever wondered what goes into making one of those over-the-top haute couture runway looks? This video, filmed at the Dior Haute Couture Atelier, offers a peek. They're so precise and the space is so bright it's like watching b-roll from network news coverage of a pharmaceutical company.
If you snagged a job at Reynolds American Inc. thinking the manufacturer of Camel cigarettes would be totally cool with you smoking at your desk or basically anywhere in the company's offices, I have some super bad news for you.