A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night debuted at this year's Sundance to effusive praise, and for apparently good reason: aside being the first feminist Iranian vampire Western film in history, it looks like a gorgeous piece even from the trailer, subverting the helpless vampire-victim narrative with super-deep subthemes and crisp shots.
Women's hair in New York City who have been terrorized by the effect of human sweat on their blowouts (still trying to figure out exactly what that is) now have a new saving grace—a post-workout blowout touch-up. GADZOOKS, it's a miracle for women's hair everywhere!
Yesterday, CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi responded to allegations of sexual misconduct with a long, rambling, self-indulgent non-apology. He's certainly not the first man to do so.
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NOBODY SAID IT WAS EEEEE-ZHAYYY.
Drake dropped three songs about chicks this weekend, because what else does he rap about? Wines he thinks we’ve never heard of, his “team” and women who don’t give him the attention he deserves. Ugh, it’s so hard being one of the biggest rappers in the world.
On Sunday evening, Oprah Winfrey aired one of her shows on OWN, the network otherwise known as I Own This Motherfucking Network, Bitches. This show is called Super Soul Sunday because it airs on Sundays. And this episode starred a very special woman: Madonna Badger.
Hello, and welcome to a week straight of throwbacks to the spookiest stories from your childhood. Today we're tackling Mary Downing Hahn's Wait Till Helen Comes, a chilling tale of tweens struggling to help their troubled step-sister with basically zero parental supervision. Also, ghosts.
Columbia art student Emma Sulkowicz, who, as her senior thesis project, has been carrying the mattress she was sexually assaulted on to all of her classes until her rapist leaves school, has gained the support of Marina Abramovic, one of the most prolific artists working today.
OK Go's new video for "I Won't Let You Down" is begging you to turn that Monday scowl upside down. It's filled with all the things that make you happy: synchronized dancing with umbrellas, bright colors and Segway choreography. Also, tons of aerial effects because a drone filmed it in Japan.
On Saturday, the entire Internet watched in horror and then cautious joy as a drunk and/or high man in the Dallas-Forth Worth airport assaulted a random bystander he believed was gay. The attacker was then quickly subdued by a crowd of people. The video, first posted by Raw Story, has been viewed nearly two million times. But only one person, comedian and friend of Jezebel Sara Benincasa, noticed that one of the guys tackling said gay-basher looks a lot like actor and decent-seeming human being Paul Rudd.
The Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity at Cal State Northridge is under investigation after a pledge came forward and reported on a hazing activity. Luckily, nobody was injured in the incident, but as a result, all fraternities and sororities on campus have been banned from any type of pledging or recruitment activities for the foreseeable future.
Juan Pablo "I'm not ready to say I love you yet" Galavis and Nikki Ferrell have reportedly split. As Us Weekly writes, the breakup unfolded on social media: "Galavis...unfollowed then followed then unfollowed Ferrell multiple times from Sunday into Monday morning." From the two seconds I watched of Couples Therapy last week at the gym and the whole season I watched of The Bachelor, this was a long time coming.
In an interview with The Times, Reeva Steenkamp's mother told the British newspaper that her daughter never slept with Oscar Pistorious because she "was scared to take the relationship to the next level."
This weekend, Canada's media world was rocked by news that Jian Ghomeshi, co-creator and host of CBC's popular radio show Q, had been fired by the broadcast network due to "personal issues." Those "personal issues" turned out to be allegations of a long record of creepiness culminating, in some cases, in sexual abuse.
An 18-year-old woman was arrested in South Carolina last week for shoplifting a number of essential items from a Spencer's at the local mall: Rock Hard erection cream, Deep Throat desensitizing spray, and a pair of handcuffs.
Time for the latest dispatch in our ongoing series, "Let's Stop Embarrassing Ourselves With Our Ebola Response, World." It's only human to feel a little alarmed at scale of this terrible epidemic (though you should not panic ). But no matter how badly you want to help, maybe don't throw a tone-deaf dance party fundraiser.
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"TAINTED MEAT! YOU EATING TAINTED MEAT!"
I mean technically this photo was taken on Friday but it certainly feels like it could apply to this day of the week.