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It's pretty much conventional wisdom that you don't head to McDonald's for a healthy treat. And, if you've seen Fast Food Nation, you'll know that the chain's offerings have got a whole lot of icky ingredients. Though we don't really like to think about that while munching on a Big Mac, NYC artist Sally Davies did, creating the Happy Meal art project that provides evidence that Mickey D's food really is the worst shiz you can put in your body. Davies took a Happy Meal sized burger and fries, put it on her living room table, and as Bravo says, decided to "watch what happens." She photographs said meal every day, and 137 days into the project (with no end in sight), the results are remarkable in the fact that they're really unremarkable. To our eyes, the burger and fries look exactly on the same on day 1 as on day 137. Hungry yet?
Now that the whirlwind of parties and events that dominated your December has come and gone, January may seem a bit low on glamour. But, even if your social agenda finds you lounging around in sweats, there's still plenty of gown-gawking to keep you busy. Hollywood awards season is in full swing, and stars are keeping us read
While the Oscars and the Golden Globes are all about full-on glitz and glamour, the Screen Actors Guild Awards tend to be a more understated affair for celebs when it comes to hair and makeup —well, as understated as red carpet beauty can be. Elegance and minimalism are the name of the game here. But, that read