Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are so anxious to please us and themselves and the cameras and the world that they put a lot of thought into their outfits. Doing the Lord's work, Katie Burroughs and Kathleen Lee had the bright idea to recreate some of those famous Koordinated Kimye photos for their Tumblr and Instagram page, What Would Yeezus Wear?
Daily Show power couple Jason Jones and Samantha Bee have sold a comedy pilot to TBS! The show, based on their real-life family vacation experiences, will star Jones as a father who's taking his family on a road trip to Key West. As of now, Bee will remain behind the scenes.
Ever wanted to really get to know the people with whom you are trapped, encased in a tin can hurtling through the sky for any number of hours? Me neither, but this app is offering it anyway!
When Blood Orange aka Dev Hynes performed a solo version of "Time Will Tell" on Kimmel Tuesday night, it was a pitch-perfect recreation of the video—interpretive dance moves and an all-white ensemble, a sort of inverse of the intimate choreography Janet Jackson threw down in the video for "Pleasure Principle," complete with folding chair.
Last year, New Zealand media broke the story of the Roast Busters, a group of young men in West Auckland who picked up girls (most of whom were underage, some as young as 13), gave them alcohol, and gang raped them, only to brag about it on social media. Now a year later, the investigation into the matter has come to a close with zero charges being laid against members of the Roast Busters. Fuck this.
Houston mayor Annise Parker has been sent between 500 and 1,000 Bibles at her home, part of a bizarre protest effort orchestrated by Mike Huckabee and Ted Cruz, and with enthusiastic support from Glenn Beck and Sean Hannity. That quartet of geniuses claims that Parker, Houston's first openly gay mayor, is spearheading a sinister, very gay effort to shut down religious freedom, and that the only conceivable response is to pelt her with the Scripture. Failproof.
In its November issue, Teen Vogue profiled 13-year-old little league star Mo'ne Davis. And Mo'ne is serving.
Katherine Howe is a New York Times bestselling author who recently edited The Penguin Book of Witches, a primary-source reader about witches and witch-hunting ranging from the medieval period into the early eighteenth century.
The music review machine is clearly in dire need of some diversity, and there's nothing like a plethora of dudes tackling Taylor Swift's very own feminine mystique to prove that.
This past Saturday, Reyhaneh Jabbari, a 26-year-old woman, was hanged for the 2007 murder of former Iranian intelligence official and doctor who she claims attempted to rape her. The execution was immediately condemned by various organizations and governments who had previously asserted the case was not properly investigated. Now, Iranian activist have distributed Jabbari's final message to her mother, and it's absolutely heartbreaking.
Kaci Hickox, the nurse who was placed in quarantine for three days upon returning from treating Ebola in Sierra Leone despite testing negative for Ebola, has been placed under a more relaxed quarantine in her Maine home. Still smelling traces of bullshit and paranoia, Hickox will not be following the updated quarantine protocol.
A bearded Daniel Radcliffe appeared on The Tonight Show Tuesday night and revealed to Jimmy Fallon that he loves rap: "I think I was the first kid in my class to learn 'The Real Slim Shady,'" he said, adding that, "I've always had kind of an obsession with memorizing complicated, lyrically intricate and fast songs, I guess."
Once upon a time, in a far off kingdom called Malibu, a soothsayer named Gwyneth Paltrow consciously uncoupled from her sorrowful troubadour husband, Chris Martin. Chris moved on quickly, soon finding love with the villager lass Jennifer Lawrence, but Gwyn was neither worried nor jealous. For she could tell the future, you see, and knew that Martin-Lawrence would not last.
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Life is hard for the male grad student whose heartfelt cry you're about to read. That's because somehow — and he has no idea how this could be happening — he's always offending his female colleagues, who seem to think he's some kind of sexist douche.
Well, it's fucking depressing to say it was bound to happen but considering the state of the world, it really was: the woman who starred in Hollaback's viral street harassment video has reportedly been getting rape threats in the comments of the video on YouTube.
Last night, The Colbert Report tackled the story of Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett's unfortunate photoshopping of black friend onto his website, and it did not disappoint.
Haters to the left, or the right, or whatever.
Lilias Adie died in the 1700s, when fear of witches ran rampant and the belief that those who had had their souls sucked by the devil (through their teat, I have been informed) would come back to exact vengeance after death was much more common. But her torment didn't end there.
It's that time of year, when the Halloween party/gathering in your tiny apartment is made even more claustrophobic and spooky with the exact right playlist to freak out your guests.