Look amazing day & night.
Collect your candle wax in this glass vase.
Watch Nicolas Cage perform John Cage's 4'33".
Say hello to Kim Kardashian's baby bump.
Reach your full potential this year!
Attempt one colorful makeup moment a day.
Turn toward warming soups and away from raw salads.
Take steps to secure your account.
Sample Girl Scout cookie–flavored beer.
Stop pretending you can make good pancakes without buttermilk.
Turn your utensils into beautiful and unexpected crafts.
Receive close mentoring and become part of the stimulating writing community.
Stop putting trees on skyscrapers.READ MORE
Debbie Doesn't Dallas
Divine Secrets of the Nein-Nein Sisterhood
Spies Don't Like Us
A Kraftwerk Orange
The Cider House Blows
Animal Fifth-Floor Walkup
He's Just That Into You
In No Way Small Women
The Discreet Charm of the Proletariat
Casino Jim Beam
The Man Who Was Actually There the Whole Time
The Sixth Nonsense
Lamar Anderson doesn't Dallas either, but she'll Charleston if you ask nicely.
They sit on the floor and flip through dictionaries. He finds the entry for "wife"; she turns to the one for "husband." They each place a finger on the pronunciation key. On three. READ MORE
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Do you remember your first kiss? Were you wearing a bridesmaid’s dress and baby’s breath in your hair as you leaned over your birthday cake and your 16 candles? Were you asking a farm boy to fetch an earthenware pitcher even though it was right there above your head? READ MORE
In eighth grade I liked this boy. So much that I wouldn’t talk to him. My best strategy — wearing my girliest shirt and walking by him, with freshly brushed hair whenever feasible — was not producing the necessary results. So I did what any enterprising/terrified 13-year-old would do and I ordered The Get Him System from the back of Teen magazine. Remember this ad? READ MORE
Danielle Steel, the bestselling novelist, also happens to be a published poet. In the '70s and '80s she sold poems to Cosmopolitan, McCall's, Ladies' Home Journal, and Good Housekeeping, and in 1984 Steel came out with the collection Love, which is the only (or at least the pinkest) mass-market paperback of poetry I have ever had in my possession. Doing away with author praise and marketing copy, the back cover is simply emblazoned with this line: EVERYBODY READS DANIELLE STEEL. And you should too. She has a lot to teach us! READ MORE
On Monday Hearst released Cosmo for Guys, an iPad-only magazine in which the editors of original Cosmo lead men on a safe-for-advertisers romp through the female psyche. To find out what’s inside, I convinced my stepfather-in-law to install the app on his iPad and download the inaugural issue. Thankfully he had only one question: “Do they still do the centerfold?” READ MORE