September 8, 2012
1941 ad for the Institute of Mentalphysics, in Los Angeles. It's still there, unlike the pictured founder, Edwin John Dingle, who is indeed dead.
outfits costumes fashion show attendees wear to New York Fashion Week are often chic, frequently interesting, and of late, unfailingly elaborate.
While Wimbledon is known for its respect for tradition, white outfits, and most of all, silence, the US Open is a rollicking free for all. The U.S Open's executive producer, Michael Fiur, exclusively reveals to BuzzFeed what gets the top seeded players' adrenaline pumping.
To be specific: 28 dogasauruses, 18 cat-certops, and 4 miscellaneous rexs! Rawrrrrrr!
The president charged that Mitt Romney is stuck in a "Cold War mind warp."
If you're like me and you can't choose a "favorite song" because of your musical commitment issues, just look at what your most played jam on iTunes or Spotify is and use that. Add the song's best youtube video cover in the comments!
A new focus on the campaign trail, or just improvising? The conservatives in Virginia Beach ate it up.
President Obama told Democrats yesterday in New Hampshire that Bill Clinton should be appointed "secretary of explaining stuff" — but "stuff" was the censored version. The president can't quite get his story straight.
And it shows the legendary poet with the woman long suspected to be her lesbian lover. An anonymous collector donated this photo to the Amherst College in Massachusetts in 2007. Researchers are now confident that the circa 1860 daguerreotype is in fact of Dickinson in her early 30s.
The ad features testimonials from Hispanics who are disillusioned with Obama. "Ya no más."
Make squinty eyes faces and flip off photographers at the opening of the first A&F brand store in South Korea.
Yes, this is news.
Obama hits rough waters with a scary job report. The president acknowledges bad news, but tells supporters in Iowa not to "buy into the cynicism" and to register for early voting.