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I was sitting at the Olive Tree Café above New York's famed Comedy Cellar earlier tonight waiting for Judah Friedlander. The plan was to watch his show, then interview him about his new book, If The Raindrops United, which comes out on October 20. While waiting at said bar, I heard a familiar voice behind me — someone
Is there an early-aughts video more iconic than 2002's "Lady Marmalade"? We think not. Featuring Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mya, and Pink, the song — which was recorded for the Moulin Rouge! soundtrack — has earned legendary status. And now, Rita Ora is setting her sights on it. The singer told The Sun that she
Last week, the blogosphere blew up over an essay published on BuzzFeed Ideas. In it, author Katherine Myers writes about the difficulty of "coming out as Christian among America's godless, coastal elite" (that was also the original headline of the piece before too many commenters protested and BuzzFeed changed it to the read
Quick: Who are some of the best on-stage musical duos throughout history? Sonny and Cher might come to mind, as would Beyoncé and Jay Z. Well, we've got a new powerhouse pair to add to the list: Amy Poehler and Jack Black. And no, we're not kidding. As Vulture recently reported, Poehler and Black took to the stage at read
Is there an early-aughts video more iconic than 2002's "Lady Marmalade"? We think not. Featuring Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mya, and Pink, the song — which was recorded for the Moulin Rouge! soundtrack — has earned legendary status. And now, Rita Ora is setting her sights on it. The singer told The Sun that she read
Just when you thought you had seen it all, there’s this. A new social media phenomenon called #FrozenChook is taking over Instagram. The participating rules are simple: Take a selfie of yourself looking like a frozen chicken. VICE Munchies reports that the trend started in New Zealand, when a bunch of friends wanted to read
Parisian style is usually effortless — made up of those easy French-girl staples, like striped boatneck tees, menswear-inspired coats, and perfectly fitting vintage jeans. This Paris Fashion Week, though, the streets played host to a whole new spectrum of styles and tastes. Sure, the replicable "I woke up like this" read