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July 15, 2013

Lesbian Couple Offered Chance To Wed During New Zealand Fashion Week

NZ-based fashion designer Annah Stretton is holding a competition to find one happy Aussie couple ready and willing to get hitched during her forthcoming September runway show — wearing, yes, Annah Stretton bridalwear. New Zealand’s Parliament passed a bill allowing gay marriage back in April, while no equivalent laws are yet in place in Australia.

Why Is Sanford So Quiet?

Rallies in Times Square, highway marches in Los Angeles, flag burning in Oakland. Yet normalcy and calm abound in the Florida city where Trayvon Martin was killed.

22 Brilliant Ideas For Your Tiny Apartment

No matter how tiny that studio apartment is, nothing beats having your own space. Here are some actually feasible ideas that don't involve remodeling or a completely unrealistic warehouse loft.

How TV Shows Handle The Death Of A Cast Member

The news of Cory Monteith's death shocked Glee fans — and it left them wondering, where does Glee go from here? Here's how other TV series have dealt with the untimely passing of a cast member, and what Glee might do.

Marriage Equality Vote Passes In Britain

The Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill, which legalizes same-sex marriage in England and Wales, is expected to be approved by Queen Elizabeth by the end of the week.

Here's Why "Peak Oil" Peaked

The Oil Drum, the internet's home for believers in "peak oil" — the time when world oil production maxes out and economic calamity ensues — has shut down after more than eight years. And you can't blame them: Oil prices and production bottomed out five years ago.

Fashion Critic Robin Givhan Joins The Cut

Pulitzer-winning writer Givhan, formerly of The Washington Post and The Daily Beast (where she became a surprising casualty of layoffs last December), joins the fashion blog to review collections walking in both New York and Paris. Maybe she'll even be able to bounce back to the Chanel front row now.

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