December 26, 2012
I swear bridesmaid dresses have gotten exponentially cuter over the last few seasons. Perhaps I’m delusional, but I think the three dresses below—all from Dessy’s Spring 2013 collection—are perfect examples of things moving in the “cute” direction!…
Since RiRi isn't listening to anybody when it comes to Chris Brown, we hope she keeps a few things in mind as their relationship heats back up
After spinning webs across New York City for 50 years, the character will be defeated by a powerful nemesis in the comic's 700th issue.
This is kind of sad. But also not because Taco Bell is the shit.
A former nun-turned-Seventeen-editor-in-chief, Midge Turk Richardson filled the pages of the magazine with discussion of topics like sex and anorexia. She died last week at 82.
That story and more in today's CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!
Shoppers compete for discounted shoes, while a charity worker outside the store says things are slow this year.
For every Dark Knight Rises, there's an Oogieloves. Here's a breakdown of 2012's cinematic disasters.
The timeline of the far future artice is far from the longest page on Wikipedia, but it might take you several hours to get through because it contains so many enticing detours. What's Pangaea Ultima? Oooh, Roche limit! The Degenerate Era, Poincaré…
Rapper Drake Turns Scrooge After Demanding That Retailers Cut Him A Check For All Merchandize Bearing YOLO Logo (Even Though He Didn't Coin It!)
The 26-year-old recording artist, who reportedly has a net worth of $25million, posted two images on the photo-sharing website Instagram depicting clothing emblazoned with the acronym YOLO, which stands for ‘you only live once.’
"Any event where we have a press check-in, we have all these crazies showing up. And I've had people lie to me about who they were."
An elementary school choir singing a Christmas song about their favorite football player? Yes please.
Django Unchained isn’t just a glorification of gratuitous violence and foul language, EVERYthing about Django is gratuitous. There’s an extra character in it, like the crowd noise as the invisible twelfth man in a football game, only in this case,…
Boxing Day has nothing to do with puppies. Unless you are giving puppies as gifts in which case, can I have one?
The Los Angeles Clippers are on a 14-game winning streak and putting in a serious claim to be the league's team to beat.
A bill dies in the Senate, but its backers are optimistic. Forcing police and the FBI to ask a judge before they read your email.
The art of the photobomb, illustrated by some of the world's finest.
It turns out that Eminem is a pretty good Donkey Kong player. 272,300 is a great score, but 465,800 is no less than world class-c
Their first record since 1991 will finally come out in a few weeks. No, really! This is not a joke.
Sometimes celebrities use their fame for good. These are those times.
So you put off your winter-accessory shopping until it finally got frigid. Thankfully, almost everything's on sale and a cat-ear hat seems much less risky when it's only $14.
Despite the pressure for this to be the best night of a girl's life ever, it never is.
Mayor Michael Nutter didn't think too highly of the NRA's response to the Newtown massacre. The city of Philadelphia recently fired 91 school police officers.
Did you get a "Come Together" scrawled on your cup this morning? Here's why.
2012: The year when species, great and small, finally decided that love > hate. May they be an inspiration to us all.
The Internet has made heroes and celebrities out of a long list of animals and children caught on video doing silly and surprising things. The latest viral sensation is a Great Dane named Scooby and a baby named Cade, and it's certain to buoy any flagging post-Christmas spirits. Scooby, whose head is nearly the same size as the Cade's body, snuggles and licks the child who can give as good as he gets.
Spike Lee told Vibe TV that he won't be seeing Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained, because it's disrespectful. "American Slavery Was Not A Sergio Leone Spaghetti Western.It Was A Holocaust.My Ancestors Are Slaves.Stolen From Africa.I Will Honor…
"Everybody acts like I'm nuts. I'm not nuts! I just want to feel it all."
Sir Patrick Stewart has got this Twitter thing down to an art.
Every year since Barack Obama was elected president, Hawaii's son has spent Christmas in the islands with his family. Local residents either love it or really hate the traffic.
The TSA is apparently wise to the old "tape a bunch of sharp objects to your tablet" trick.
This is why the Internet was made.
The petition was in response to Westboro Baptist Church plans to picket Sandy Hook funerals.
In a not-so-shocking coincidence, former NFL star Chad Johnson admitted he has a sex tape just four months after PornHub offered him $100,000.
While his family sat courtside, Bruce got shafted to the second row. Poor Bruce.
Nothing says the holidays like accidental sexy Instagrams and bad athlete damage control.
Americans get less vacation and take less vacation. Revolt!
And the winner(?) is... Did your favorite show rank high enough to end up on the list?
If all these Twitter wishes come true, we're in for a kickass year.
It's about time someone other than Beyoncé or Rihanna pose wearing leotard-tight bottoms with their legs open.
Life with inventor Edwin Land and his revolutionary Polaroid SX-70.
The best hip-hop that was given away for free, from Rick Ross to Azealia Banks.
The stars shared their own photos from Christmas Day, and turns out, their Christmases are a lot like ours! Meaning, filled with matching pajamas.
Kids these days don't understand. Wait, wait, wait, so all this '90s nostalgia is just us feeling the cold breath of mortality on our necks?
Miami was full of disappointments this year, most of which played in Little Havana and got sent to Toronto. But there were also some food-fails -- see what Miami's top culinary minds had to say about the biggest resto-related downers.
New Year's resolutions can be completed. Yes even that one.
For the season, a Christmas Carol to the Earth. Jewel in the Night is an original song written by astronaut Chris Hadfield and was recorded on the ISS on Dec. 23, 2012.
Congrats to her family on its officiality!
According to "first tweet from" posts on Twitter. Not a perfect metric, but this doesn't look so great for Microsoft.
While Hurricane Sandy obviously came up plenty when we asked NYC's top chefs, barmen, and more about their biggest disappointments of 2012, answers also ranged from Bill's Gay 90's closing to a wondrous screed on the failings of culinary television.
Language to end the practice was quietly dropped just before the holiday.
The rumors are true! Jessica Simpson gave her fans and followers a Christmas present when she confirmed on Dec. 25 that she's expecting her second child.
Randi Zuckerberg, Mark's sister and former marketing director of Facebook, posted a photo to her Facebook. She was less than thrilled when someone reposted it to Twitter.
This new Sprint spot premiered during the Christmas day games, and before the final punchline seems to be going in a sexy, sexy direction.
Actor Jack Klugman, who was 90, died on December 24, 2012. His movie and televison career spanned more than 60 years. STORY: 'Odd Couple,' 'Quincy' Star Jack Klugman Dies at 90 He was best known for playing Oscar Madison on The Odd Couple and the titular medical examiner on Quincy, M.E.
Image: Women Participate In A Candlelight Vigil To Show Solidarity With A Rape Victim At India Gate In New Delhi, Dec. 21, 2012.
An alleged gang rape in Delhi has prompted calls for change by women’s rights groups and violent clashes between police and anti-rape protests in the nation’s capital.
It’s that time of the year again, so dust off your aluminum pole and get ready to air your grievances. That’s right, people, it’s Dec. 23 — also known as Festivus.
'Rape-Provoking' Miniskirts And Crop Tops Banned By King Of Swaziland With Offenders Facing Six Months In Jail
Police in Swaziland, the last absolute monarchy in Africa and an incredibly conservative nation, have resurrected an archaic colonial criminal act from 1889 to stop women wearing clothes that expose their body.
DAMASCUS, Ore., Dec. 24 (UPI) -- An Oregon woman says she is mindful of the origin of holiday decorations after finding a letter from a Chinese labor camp in purchased Halloween supplies.