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5 Art Galleries to See in Paris

TweetParis has some of the richest, most beautiful art collections in the world. From the Louvre to the Musee D’Orsay, [...]

Paris has some of the richest, most beautiful art collections in the world. From the Louvre to the Musee D’Orsay, the art history and scene in Paris is omnipresent — inescapable. But what about the galleries? And how do you know which ones to pick when there are so many from which to choose? Well, you can’t really go wrong in Paris…but if you’re looking for something in p... More...


By • Jun 18th, 2014 • Category: Art, Cities, ENTERTAINMENT, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


The Hand-Carved Caverns of New Mexico

TweetCave exploration meets art in the hand-carved caverns of New Mexico. I write a lot about caves. I don’t know [...]

Cave exploration meets art in the hand-carved caverns of New Mexico. I write a lot about caves. I don’t know if it is my subconscious constantly questioning why I don’t like vaginas, or just a fascination with nature in general, but one thing is for sure; cave exploration is at the top of my to-do list. It’s okay if you don’t feel the same way, because New Mexico artist Ra Paulette has been... More...


By • Jun 1st, 2014 • Category: Art, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Abandoned Buildings That Became Works of Art

TweetThere is one reason, and one reason only that I would ever visit Detroit; I hear they have some amazing [...]

There is one reason, and one reason only that I would ever visit Detroit; I hear they have some amazing abandoned buildings, and there is really nothing I love more than places that are haunted as Hell (including my bedroom, ask any of my ex-boyfriends).   Russian Artist Nikita Nomerz tried to distract the world from how much they hate Russia with this old church. One of the coolest things an arti... More...


By • May 9th, 2014 • Category: Art, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Turn Your Home Into A Museum

TweetWhen it comes to the wonderful world of art, I sometimes tend to fall short. It’s not that the priceless [...]

When it comes to the wonderful world of art, I sometimes tend to fall short. It’s not that the priceless paintings don’t peak my interest, it’s that I need some time to really understand something. I always get the feeling that I’m being rushed when in a museum and that’s always been one of my pet peeves. What if you were able to spend as much time with a priceless work... More...


By • Apr 18th, 2014 • Category: Decor, HOME AND REAL ESTATE


Your Favorite 90s Cartoons As Drug Addicts

TweetLindsay Lohan. Amanda Bynes. Macaulay Culkin. Tommy Pickles. The phenomenon of child stars growing up to become drug addicts is [...]

Lindsay Lohan. Amanda Bynes. Macaulay Culkin. Tommy Pickles. The phenomenon of child stars growing up to become drug addicts is nothing new to popular culture. Now however, it seems like even fictional child stars aren’t safe. Artist Paul Ribera (in case you can’t read his ridiculously intrusive watermark) painted some pretty disturbing, yet awesome images of all our favorite 90s chil... More...


By • Mar 14th, 2014 • Category: Art, ENTERTAINMENT


The Human Chameleon: Where’s Liu Bolin?

TweetYou want to know why I’m jealous of Liu Bolin? It’s not because of his expert painting skills or because [...]

You want to know why I’m jealous of Liu Bolin? It’s not because of his expert painting skills or because he’s more internet famous than me. It’s because when he was a child, you know his elders were not able to find him to ground him. Me? I was grounded once a week, I deserved it. My mother still tries to ground me from time-to-time, like that one time she threatened to not ... More...


By • Feb 21st, 2014 • Category: Art, ENTERTAINMENT, Internet


Introducing the Abominable Snow Penis

TweetAs anyone who lives in either the Northeast or Atlanta knows, this winter has been one righteous bitch. It has [...]

As anyone who lives in either the Northeast or Atlanta knows, this winter has been one righteous bitch. It has been so cold that on several occasions my own penis has threatened to cash in it’s 401K and move to a third world country, like South America. This bout of inclement weather has lead me to several conclusions: 1) Mother nature must have one huge set of balls to subject all of humanity to t... More...


By • Feb 18th, 2014 • Category: Art, SEX AND RELATIONSHIPS


All Of Our Favorite Childhood Toys, Dissected

TweetI don’t know if you were the kind of kid that shaved Barbies bald, drew pentagrams over their eyes, sawed [...]

I don’t know if you were the kind of kid that shaved Barbies bald, drew pentagrams over their eyes, sawed their arms off and hung them from ceiling fans, but I certainly was. I was always disappointed when my toys were nothing more but a hollow plastic shell. Chalk it up to childhood curiosity. Jason Freeny, a Maryland-based designer has turned this morbid curiosity into a revenue stream, taking thes... More...


By • Feb 2nd, 2014 • Category: Art, Decor, ENTERTAINMENT


WTF: 10 Creepy But Cute Fantasy Creature Dolls

TweetWe’ve been talking a lot about toys around here lately, but unlike the other varieties these toys don’t vibrate, and [...]

We’ve been talking a lot about toys around here lately, but unlike the other varieties these toys don’t vibrate, and probably won’t make your man feel emasculated. Made by  23-year-old Russian artist Santani, the fantasy creature dolls are created to look as cute and otherworldly as possible, and possibly remind you of the gremlin-infested nightmares of your youth. Seriously, I wa... More...


By • Jan 22nd, 2014 • Category: Art, Toys


Electric Ladyland: A Psychedelic Museum in Amsterdam

TweetIf there is anywhere in the world that is appropriate to house a psychedelic museum dedicated to fluorescent art, it [...]

If there is anywhere in the world that is appropriate to house a psychedelic museum dedicated to fluorescent art, it is probably Amsterdam. A friend of mine went there and said she got so high at a coffee shop she spent most of her vacation laying in bed staring at the ceiling in her hotel room. If only she had known that right down the road from the Anne Frank museum there existed a treasure trov... More...


By • Dec 30th, 2013 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL