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The walk of shame: It's a time-honored tradition that many will experience at one time in their lives. It might not be enjoyable at the time, but it's a coming-of-age experience that builds character and humility. But, the walk of shame is not to be undertaken without proper preparation. Elizabeth Banks gives us some insight into just how much the WoS can go wrong in her new movie out Friday, and let's just say, it's not pretty. We don't want to give it all away, but after a crazy night out, Banks ends up in downtown L.A. without a phone, car, or any knowledge about how to get home.
On the bright side, we can learn from her character's mistakes. We've put together a little emergency kit, if you will. Consider it all the tools you need to ensure that you're never caught half naked on a street corner trying to hail a cab at 9 a.m. Now, all we need is a magic hangover cure.
almost spring, it's still freezing,
and everything's horrible. Well, not really — but maybe more than ever this year,
March's planets are calling for some rest and relaxation before we
kick into high gear for spring. What better way is there to heed their call than by
curling up with a good book? Here's
Take a second and imagine how awesome a Keith Haring robot would look over your couch, or a playful Curtis Kulig pillow thrown on your bed. Even just one piece of contemporary art can change your apartment's vibe in seconds, and finally, with the accessibility of online shops like Art Markit, you don't have to spend a read