It is painful to remember that homophobia — in all its many ugly guises — is something many people experience on a daily basis. But, Manchester artist Paul Harfleet isn't just acknowledging that fact. Or resigning himself to it. He's fighting back — by planting a single pansy in the exact spot of every (recorded) act of homophobia he comes across.
He started this project in 2005 after experiencing three separate incidents on the same day. And so far, he has planted 10,000 pansies in cities all around the world. See the man in action in Austria in this Guerilla Gardening video. And feel just a little bit better about the world we live in. Bravo. (Jezebel)
Katie Holmes is on the verge of a comeback, but don't call it that. She hasn't really ever been gone. She's just never taken off. Past roles have notoriously flopped, but her bubbling girl-next-door personality prevails — even when she's putting bullets through a sex offender's neck. For the first time since Dawson's read
For anyone who's ever seen a Judd Apatow movie, the idea of art imitating life is an all too familiar one. For many, flicks like This Is 40 hit a little too close to home; off the top of our heads, we're thinking about pretty much every bathroom scene. They're comedies, sure, but not without a large dose of read
Hold up, Netflix friends...sh*t is about to get crazy in Litchfield. Orange Is The New Black's next season is going to be heavy on the drama, and even heavier on the danger. Just check out the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly.
First off, the cover. Besides wild eyes — even, say, Crazy Eyes — from all of the read
The Coachella hangover has worn off, and the lull between music festivals has set in. Now, it's time to relive the best of the sets. And, on this special day, the Lorde said: "Let there be Flume!" And, Flume rose.
The Australian producer behind some of last year's biggest smashes teased his remix of Lorde's "Tennis read