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July 1, 2013

16 Essential Charlotte Rampling Roles

Now that she's joined the cast of Dexter in its final season, let's take a look at Charlotte Rampling's impressive career. Here is some of her best work, presented in chronological order.

Edward Snowden Breaks His Silence

It's been more than a week since we heard from the ex-government contractor and current fugitive. "I am unbowed in my convictions and impressed at the efforts taken by so many."

Interview With Maja Cule, The Artist Who Decoded "Laughing Alone With Salad"

Maja Cule is a New York-based artist whose work breaks down the ways that online information and content influence offline actions. Recently, she collaborated with the fiercely interrogative "post-Internet" DIS Magazine on a project called… Hello! Where exactly are you right now? I’m in Croatia, home on…

Shocker!

Zynga announced Monday that founder and controlling shareholder Mark Pincus would relinquish his role as Chief Executive Officer, bowing to investor pressure. The company hired Don Mattrick from Microsoft as CEO to steer a turnaround and position it for the mobile era.

21 Images From The Most Peaceful Day In BART History

San Francisco's BART trains are out of service today as workers strike for the first time in 16 years, leaving commuters in the Bay Area stranded. It may seem like utter chaos, but take a moment to appreciate the peace and quiet of it all.

This Is What World Domination Looks Like

Google, Apple, Samsung, Facebook, and Amazon are all currently in the process of building their new, mega headquarters — and it feels a little bit like a tech takeover.

11 Questions With Demi Lovato

Important answers to important questions — asked by you! — as well as the scoop on her next hair color, the most romantic thing a guy has done for her, and if Ben Stiller ever ended up buying her new album.

Things Millennial Girls Love

A list of widely loved activities, people, and delicious spreads to help us relate to the women of our generation.

Middlemarch

"Since I can do no good because a woman, reach constantly at something that is near it."The Maid's Tragedy, Beaumont and Fletcher.

The 10 Types Of Women On Facebook You Should Avoid

Once upon a time, a man would meet a woman, they’d exchange phone numbers, make a date and learn about each other by sharing experiences together. In today’s hyper-connected world of tweets and Instagram photos, we start learning about our potential…

15 Groovy Photos Of High School Fashion In 1969

In 1969, Life magazine explored the "freaky new freedoms" of fashion seen on high school students across the country. The inspiring fashion from that year is a far cry from the Aeropostale, Forever 21, and American Eagle clothing worn by students today.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Comes To Danica Patrick's Defense

Dale Earnhardt Jr. and other NASCAR drivers came to Danica Patrick's defense after TV analyst Kyle Petty said she is "not a race car driver," but simply a "marketing machine."

Gay Ambassador Nominee Sparks Controversy In The Dominican Republic

The country’s cardinal refers to Obama’s pick to lead the U.S. embassy in the Dominican Republic a "maricón," which is usually translated as "faggot," while others urged the country's president to reject the appointment. Brewster is one of five out gay nominees for ambassadorships named in June.

You're Never Too Young For Couture

French couture designer Alexis Mabille says his clients are getting younger because their moms want them to start owning couture as young as 12 years old. "I was in a fitting recently and a mother bought a prom dress for her daughter there and then," Mabille recalled.

Private Equity Firms Race To Create The Next Hotel For Hipsters

Once called “the country’s most original” hotel, the model of the Ace brand is fast becoming one that private equity firms are clamoring to replicate. They feel boutique lifestyle hotels are a desirable and — more importantly — sustainable investment.

Florida Friday: Florida Teen Named "Bamboo Flute" Stabbed His Dad

According to a report in the Gainesville Times, an 18-year-old named “Bamboo Flute Blanchard” stabbed his 54-year-old father in the chest with a pocket knife Tuesday, because, as he told deputies, he wondered what it would be like to take a life.…

The FBI Renews The Search For One Of Its Own

Six years ago, Robert Levinson, a retired-FBI-agent-turned-private-investigator, was kidnapped in the Persian Gulf. To this day, no one knows where he is, but his family — and the government — aren't ready to give up the hunt.

Taylor Swift A "Whore," Westboro Baptist Church Says

The Topeka, Kan. based church group is planning to picket Swift's August 3 concert in Kansas City, citing the singer's "serial fornicating" with her string of high-profile boyfriends.

Notes For Sherlock

[Sherlock season 2 spoilers ahead...] At the end of the second season of the excellent BBC series Sherlock, Holmes jumps off the roof of a building in Smithfield, London. Ever since then, fans of the show have been leaving notes near where he would…

Outdoor Bars In Dallas - Patio Power Rank

The word "Summer" should make you wanna do exactly two things: 1) watch old episodes of NBA Inside Stuff (Reeeeeewind!) and 2) find a patio and start drinking on it. Helping you make sure you're doing the latter at the awesomest place possible, this…

Outdoor Bars In Austin - Patio Power Rank

Despite the relentless heat, buzzing mosquitoes, and relentless heat, there's nowhere Austinites would rather enjoy a cold beer than outside on a patio. So we combed the city for the top seven spots where you can down a Lone Star while getting a…

's Patio Power Rank: The ATL's 7 Best Outdoor Drinking Spots

With Atlanta's average daily temperature ranging somewhere between "Man, it's hot as Hell outside" and "I'd almost rather live in… ugh, Wyoming", finding a cool place to cool down... and then drink till your face falls off... feels almost like…

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