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First iPhone 5 Reviews: Thinner, Lighter, LTE "Stunningly Fast"
The embargo has just lifted on the first iPhone 5 reviews. Apple has provided some publications with an early review unit of the iPhone 5. We are collecting some of the more interesting points from each review, but you can click each title to read the full writeup. The iPhone 5 will officially launch on September 21st and will be available in retail stores beginning at 8am. CNet Review - "The screen size lengthening is subtle: but, like the Retina Display, you're going to have a hard time going back once you've used it." - "LTE, in my tests, ran anywhere from 10 to 20 [Mbps], which
Amid Hazing at Binghamton University, Cries for Help
Binghamton University students said pledging for fraternities and sororities on campus included having to hold hot coals and a version of waterboarding.
Neil Young Comes Clean
‘The straighter I am, the more alert I am, the less I know myself.’
The Jubilation of Modern Over Tradition: tecARCHITECTURE’s Compact Swiss Chalet
The ever changing concept of tradition reflects in architectural projects  struggling to overcome limits of all kinds. The beauty of Switzerland is captured even in the most exquisite small homes and the tranquil landscape is easily digested by architects that act like wizards, transforming a simple idea into an imposing building. Following the straight line of Swiss design, the Scheider Chalet is a project developed by tecARCHITECTURE, an architecture studio that harmonically combines sustainable ideas with hi-tech giving birth to amazing eye catching projects, such as this one. Scheider Ch


Dare devils: Klash is an iOS app for setting your friends challenges
You’ve seen Jackass, right? That bonkers MTV show involving a bunch of crazy folk performing ridiculous stunts? Well, we’ve encountered an interesting little app that could help you and your friends set similar challenges for yourselves – though they don’t necessarily have to entail quite as crazy stunts as you’ve seen on Jackass. Klash is the handiwork of an international team (Turkey, Austria, G
GOOD Magazine Retools As A Social Network For The Civic Self
GOOD used to be a magazine. It attracted doers and makers and activists, people with a civic mission. It wasn’t able to make a lasting business out of that, and in June, it laid off most of its editorial staff. It relaunches Wednesday, and it’s almost unrecognizable. Instead of staff voices, the voices on the new GOOD are those of the doers, makers and activists themselves. There a
Galaxy S III and Optimus G adopt Miracast in hopes of taking on Apple's AirPlay
The non-Apple segment of the electronics industry is gaining another standard for video streaming to compete with Cupertino’s AirPlay ecosystem. The standard is called Miracast, and industry standards body The Wi-Fi Alliance is announcing the start of a certification program for what it hopes will be the one living room standard to rule them all. Miracast takes care of all the video set
Russia declassifies Siberian impact crater containing 'trillions of carats' of diamonds
Russian geologists have revealed the existence of "trillions of carats" of diamonds in a meteorite impact crater in Siberia. While the diamonds are not of the type generally used in jewellery, they could prove extremely valuable in industrial applications, with scientists claiming that the deposit could be enough to sustain global markets for the next 3,000 years. According to a somewha


Get Out! J Schatz Happening Curtain Captures the Sun
Jim Schatz is back with an indoor/outdoor hanging “curtain” made of translucent porcelain. Called Happening Curtains, these sun-capturing orbs would make a great porch hanging, but could also be used as a room divider, over the inside of a window, or even on a wall as art. Floating on minimal stainless steel cables, the pictured curtain set contains 70 teardrop-shapes. The pieces are made to ord
round and round we go.
i’ve been saving these images up, pretty, light and airy rooms, all of them vintage-modern design with a fresh, scandinavian influence. but then i noticed there was another theme here. cylindrical objects in every single one — from the bubble lamps (above and below) to the stools, to the round coffee table. round and round we go, whether intentional or not. i’m found of round furnishings though,
Introducing Tab Name
Nowadays the boundaries between digital and tradicional art are totally blurred, most of the time you can't really say when a artwork it's digital, traditional or a mix of both. But knowing how to make use of both medias and their techniques can make you a really great artist, that's the level of awesomeness I think Tarin Yuangtrakul, aka. Tab Name, have reached on this point of his career. You ca
Sponsored: HP + Intel + Project Runway Contest
This post is sponsored by the sleek, stylish, lightweight HP Spectre XT Ultrabook™, inspired by Intel. Vote for your favorite bag design! On interesting collaborations ~ HP + Intel + Project Runway have created a contest challenging fans to design an HP Ultrabook Bag. The designers have a chance to win the grand prize of $10,000 and an HP Spectre XT Ultrabook™. The top 5 will each receive an


Housing Starts increased to 750 thousand in August
From the Census Bureau: Permits, Starts and Completions Housing Starts: Privately-owned housing starts in August were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 750,000. This is 2.3 percent above the revised July estimate of 733,000 and is 29.1 percent above the August 2011 rate of 581,000. Single-family housing starts in August were at a rate of 535,000; this is 5.5 percent above the revised Jul
Morning Advantage: Feeling Stressed By Your Job? Don't Blame Your Employer.
Chalk one up for nature. Timothy Judge, professor of management at the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business, recently studied nearly 600 twins (some identical, some fraternal) and found that being raised in the same environment had little effect on personality, stress and health. Genetics turned out to be four times as
What's Next for Good Magazine? A Social Network.
Good Worldwide will today launch a new social activism site, Good.is. Famous for its printed magazine, Good has now turned its focus to a community site that allows members to publicly post stories and activities and to follow each other and their interests. But it actually looks more like a sparsely laid-out online magazine than a social network. Unlike some other social networks (especially ones
Making every gamer famous, Twitch raises $15M to expand its eSports webcasts
Twitch is all about capturing the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat in the world of professional gaming. The company provides “eSports” video and other content to more than 20 million unique viewers a month. And now it will be on the expansion path thanks to a $15 million investment led by Bessemer Venture Partners. A backwater for many years, the eSports category of broadcasting tourname


Meatball Sandwich
I often think how amusing (and sometimes frustrating) how many words there are in the French language that seemingly mean the same thing, but have various subtleties and nuances that make them worlds apart. And thinking about it, I realize that Americans have our own variety of words for seemingly (or exactly) the same thing, many based on where we live. Speaking of which, I had a hankering for a
Buffalo Shrimp Po’ Boy
It’s no secret that I love Buffalo Chicken Wings, especially with Blue Cheese Dressing!   But lately I’ve been thinking that at my age it’s a heart attack on plate with extra blue cheese…..sigh   Now I know I can’t just give up those lovely coated morsels of pure delight, but perhaps I can find a way to not make them as bad for me. As many of you know, I’ve been working with Kelapo Coconut Oil for
My Berlin Kitchen - Away We Go!
This is my friend Gemma. Isn't she pretty? I love that smile. She's been a loyal reader since the very beginning, always demanding new posts, eating my leftovers (we lived two floors apart from each other for a few years in Queens) and bugging me about when I'd ever get around to writing a book. Oh pshaw, I'd reply and get back to baking cookies or making pizza or whatever I had
Name That Fruit!
I've been visiting my sister in Southern California, soaking up the sun and making some delicious discoveries. On a trip to a garden spot called the Urban Homestead in Pasadena, we picked up some of the walnut-size fruit, pictured here. I had never tasted a jujube, but after munching on them, I did some digging. (Thank you Wikipedia!) The fruit is also known as a red date, Chinese or West Ind


fencers by Kevin Yang
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Cyclists on Yonge Street, near Shuter street.
A Fun Day At Pinterest
Pinteresting! A few days ago I went to Pinterest to give a talk about The Future of Photography (and various other things), and I hung around after the event to snap a few photos. You can see me there (Trey Ratcliff on Pinterest). I had a great time getting to know people around there. I took a ton of photos and I only put a few below. To see all of them, see my Pinterest Board on Pinterest. Why P
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The Noteworthy: Jones & Koehler Take Charge, The "Leviathan" Trilogy, Nick Ray at the Chateau Marmont
News. Kent Jones and Robert Koehler are taking over Richard Peña's programming duties at the Film Society of Lincoln Center. As two of the hardest working and knowledgeable film critics working, this comes as exciting news. We here at MUBI offer them an ecstatic congratulations. TIFF has run its course, and the awards have been divvied up accordingly. Those prolific cats over at Cinema Sc
Watch: Chilling Red Band Trailer for 'Sinister' Starring Ethan Hawke
Holy crap. Summit has debuted a brand new red band (as in, be careful where you watch this) trailer on Yahoo for the "deeply horrifying" psychological horror film Sinister, directed by Scott Derrickson from a screenplay by C. Robert "Massawyrm" Cargill. We first featured a trailer for this thriller starring Ethan Hawke back in June, but now we have this red band creepy ass follow-up and it will c
New 'Wreck-It Ralph' Posters Highlight Real Video Game Characters
One of the best things about Disney's animated film Wreck-It Ralph, coming in November, is the use of real video game characters alongside fictional heroes and villains like the titular bad guy (voiced by John C. Reilly) and his good guy adversary Fix-It Felix Jr. (voice by Jack McBrayer). Ralph has been featured on a theatrical poster with some of his bad guy friends like M. Bison and Robotnik,
'The Dark Knight Rises' Blu-Ray Release Date Announced
While it leaves out a lot of specificities—will there be a commentary track, will there even be a sliver of deleted scenes, etc—Warner Bros. announced the release date of The Dark Knight Rises’ Blu-Ray and DVD via their YouTube account today.  No press release, no breakdown of special content—just a trailer and a release date. And that release date is Monday, December 3—a little odd, considering


BBQ grill table
Materials: Baby changing table TASSA, wooden board, wooden slats, ply wood, screws, teak wood glaze, clear paint Description: When we bought our new grill, we didn'€™t like the offered stands. So we decided to build one. I found the baby changing table TASSA (no longer sold at IKEA) on eBay and decided that it would be the perfect basis for our grill table. I shortened the legs of
The Life Aquatic...In the Bedroom? — Final Frame
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Getting Organized: The Big Picture
I've been house sitting all summer. All the homes have been beautiful, spacious, kid-filled spaces, but some of them felt more… well, welcoming than others. These were the homes it was easy to come into. It was easy to find everything I needed. There were no unused spaces or dust bunnies gathering in the corner. You're probably thinking to yourself: that's a no brainer when the hou
Sheridan + Company: Modern Meets Vintage Interior Design — Store Profile
I recently had the pleasure of meeting Jason Mathews when I was photographing his house tour (coming soon!), and was excited to learn that he owns and operates a brick & mortar design firm and showroom out of Capitol Hill in Seattle. Opened in March, 2012, Sheridan + Company provides personalized interior design services and specializes in new and vintage furnishings with an emphasis

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C4 – New creative-coding framework for the iOS
Created by Travis Kirton, C4 is a brand new creative-coding framework for the iOS that lets you build expressive user experiences. C4 gives you the power of the native iOS programming environment with a simplified API that lets you get down to working with media right away. “Build artworks, design interfaces, explore new possibilities of working with media and interaction.&#8221Continue readi
UX Sketching And Wireframing Templates For Mobile Projects // Free Download
   Today we are happy to release two printable UX sketching and wireframing templates, designed by Pixle for Smashing Magazine’s readers. This article presents Outline, a set of sketching and wireframing papers for mobile platforms and Tapsize, a set of templates for checking optimal tap areas without a mobile device. Outline Outline is a set of 28 printable sketching and
Cooper U, Sydney in December
G'Day, Aussies! Interaction design is becoming the competitive differentiator the world over. With customers becoming more savvy about technology, the stakes are rising on what it means to have good software and services. Cooper is a world leader in training people on how to rise to the challenge of creating experiences that help users achieve their goals, earning you a place in their heart. Aft
WeatherSnitch 2 Feed Sponsorship
Finding the perfect weather app isn’t easy. Most apps rely on free information; providing the bare minimum and accuracy that leaves much to be desired. They lure you in with fancy effects and a flashy interface, distracting you from what matters most — the weather forecast. WeatherSnitch throws these tired gimmicks to the wayside. Focusing on highly detailed, highly reliable weather forecasts and


Level of arousal and armadillo population density
It's another label-your-axes joke from SMBC. Yep, still funny. See also: this, this, and this.
Voting similarities between Netherland cities
This month the Netherlands held national elections, and now that the results are in, interaction designer Jan Willem Tulp had a look at voting similarity between cities. I'm not sure what metric was used to judge similarity, but it looks like it was based on voting distributions for candidates. Each circle represents a city, and you can choose between a geographic layout or a radial one. When you
Man takes picture of himself every day for 12 years
Remember photographer Noah Kalina? He took a picture of himself every day for six years and made a time-lapse video with the photos. The Simpsons even did a spoof that showed Homer's life over a couple of minutes. Kalina's kept the picture-taking going, and it's been twelve and a half years now. He made a new video. Six years is a long time, but you didn't see that much change in the first video.
WolframAlpha Launches Personal Analytics for Facebook
WolframAlpha has launched its Personal Analytics for Facebook [wolframalpha.com] functionality. Simply type "facebook report" into the query box, authorize the app, and view the extensive analysis of your social network. The report shows you details about when you post, what types of things you post, the apps you use, who comments the most on your posts, your most popular images, and the structur


Christopher Kane's Frankenstein-Inspired Spring 2013 Collection
I nearly missed the Christopher Kane show on Monday because the traffic in London was so bad. I'm sure you can imagine the panic - Kane's collections are not something you want to miss! Thankfully I made it just in time to see his Frankenstein-inspired Spring/Summer 2013 designs hit the runway. The show started with stark white pieces: leather biker jackets worn with matching pencil skirts, crisp
Gwyneth Paltrow Covers InStyle US in a DVF Jumpsuit
Gwyneth Paltrow covers the October 2012 issue of InStyle US, modelling a berry-coloured jumpsuit by Diane von Furstenberg. This is definitely one of my favourite Gwyneth covers in recent years, as it's a little bit playful but still in-keeping with the 39-year-old's sophisticated style. I can even live with the dreaded armpit pose, and that's usually a deal-breaker for me...Gwyneth's latest mo
Mywardrobe photoshoot
On Friday morning, just after landing in London from New York I went straight to Mywardrobe headquarters with some other international bloggers for a photoshoot, online from today on Mywardrobe homepage. We were asked to choose a look, and my decision was easy and final: a Catherine Dean long dress matched to a pair of DKNY ankle boots. What do you think about it? Venerdi mattina, appena atterrat
The graphic check print on these H&M pants was so cool, I had to get them as soon as I saw them!! The leather sleeve tee is from Zara and the Balenciaga shoes are borrowed from my mom (they are my favorite shoes in history perhaps..) The sunglasses are a gift from Toms...the 'Sandela' sunglasses! The necklace is from Ippolita. Wearing pants is a nice change, I am a die-hard jeans girl


Demo: Zelda- and Yume Nikki-Inspired Anodyne
Sean "seagaia" Hogan and Jon Kittaka have tapped into classic Zelda nostalgia and spliced in some Yume Nikki aesthetics when creating top-down action-adventure Anodyne for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Anodyne's demo lasts about 20-30 minutes, depending on how often you die and how much you explore the beginning world and one dungeon. Aside from looking for the four enemy cards, adding more checkpoin
Muramasa: The Demon Blade takes a stab at PS Vita
Vanillaware's Wii action game, Muramasa: The Demon Blade, is being ported to the PS Vita. The new edition will be available on March 28, 2013 and be further bolstered by DLC, Sony said during its TGS 2012 press conference.The PS Vita port has only been confirmed for Japan so far, but we expect plenty of people are interested in revisiting or becoming acquainted with this overlooked gem.Muramasa:
PlayStation 3 redesigned again, launching Sept. 25
Update: The slimmer 250GB PS3 model (in black) will be available in the U.S. on September 25 for $269, bundled with the "Game of the Year" edition of Uncharted 3 and a voucher for $30 worth of content in the free-to-play shooter Dust 514, according to the PlayStation Blog. A non-bundled version of the new 250GB console will be priced at $249 eventually; however, a Sony press release notes that
New Project X Zone trailer is 16 minutes of crazy crossovers
Are you ready to see way, way too many Capcom, Namco, and Sega characters in the same place? Namco Bandai accommodates that desire with this sixteen-minute Project X Zone trailer.In addition to a really cool animated opening, this video shows pretty much every aspect of gameplay, and then introduces all the characters by series. It's quite thorough. Even the characters from Resonance of Fate show


10 new iOS 6 features iPad users should know
Apple didn’t spend very much time at last week’s press event discussing the details of its newest mobile operating system because, naturally, most people wanted to hear about the iPhone 5. While the focus on Wednesday, when the software becomes available for download, will be on how iOS 6 works on the iPhone there’s a lot of great new stuff for the iPad nestled in there too. The following is a lis
★ The iPhone 5
The iPhone 5 is really nice. It feels great, looks great, has the best display I’ve seen at any size, runs noticeably faster, networks noticeably faster, is way thinner and lighter than any of its predecessors, takes better photos, and, in my six days of testing, gets totally decent iPhone-4S-level battery life. But you don’t even have to turn it on to see how nice it is. Just hold it. You reall
Hilarious Samsung Slide Compares Apple’s Request For Damages To The Mars Rover
We get it, Samsung. It’s a lot of money. Check out the image above, and then marvel that Samsung put this together for the court case it lost to Apple a couple weeks back in US District Court. Judge Lucy Koh understandably excluded the slide from Samsung’s final argument documents – these comparisons have nothing to do with the actual merits of the case, but rather show that Apple was asking for a
Jonathan Ive to Design a Single Uber-Limited Edition Leica M
Michael Zhang, writing for PetaPixel: At Leica’s special event last night, after the new Leica M was announced, company owner Dr. Andreas Kaufmann revealed that they’ve got a very special limited edition version of the camera planned — one that’s designed by legendary Apple designer Sir Jonathan Ive. This camera will be the mother of all limited editions based on one simple fact: only a singl


Could LG Optimus G become the Optimus Nexus? Probably
As many of you know, LG re-introduced the Optimus G yesterday and made it known that it would it hit international markets come October.  With us here in the United States anxiously awaiting our release, we begin to wonder how and where it will make its debut.  Could it be a Verizon follow-up in the tradition of Revolution or Spectrum? Sure.  Could it also be a stock Android 4.1 experience called
Featured Play Store Review: Hands on with Lexathon Word Jumble
Xandar Mob tells me their word jumble game called Lexathon is probably the best Android word game that ever was or will be. That’s a pretty bold statement, but after downloading and playing it, they might have a point. It was originally called Jumblee Words, but recently they rebranded it as Lexathon Word Jumble. The game is quite simple to play, but accomplishing the goal isn’t so easy. Each gam
AT&T Samsung Galaxy S3 gets minor software update
AT&T Samsung Galaxy S3 owners are waking up to a new software update this morning. The latest 82MB over-the-air upgrade brings AT&T's S3 up to version UCALH9 appears to add in some features that were added to the international model a few weeks back. The most noticeable change is the new brightness slider in the notification dropdown, though according to Android Central forums posters
Duarte: I'm 'a third of the way to where I want to be' with Android
Interface design guru and shirt connoisseur Matias Duarte has been responsible for many of the design decisions we've seen in Android since Gingerbread. Recently the Android design boss was recognized by Fast Company as one of the top fifty designers shaping the future. However, despite the sweeping design changes he and his team have brought to Android over the past couple of years, Duarte is

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Popinator fires popcorn into your mouth, is probably a PR stunt
Popcorn Indiana, the same company that manufactures the bags of kettle corn you might find in a convenience store, posted a project on their website called The Popinator. It’s a device you fill with popcorn, turn on, and responds to the word, ‘pop’ by firing a piece of popcorn into your mouth. Details on this build are scant, most likely because The Popinator doesn’t operate exactly as described
Turning video game sprites into 3D objects
Anyone who has played Minecraftfor a good amount of time should have a good grasp on making 3D objects by placing voxels block by block. A giant voxel art dragon behind your base is cool, but what about the math behind your block based artwork? [mikolalysenko] put together a tutorial for making 3D objects out of video game sprites and covers a lot of the math involved in turning pixels into voxel
Circuit Playground 1.6 – Hardware Calcs, New Pinouts, & yes – more!
Circuit Playground’s 1.6 update brings another heaping helping of electronics assistance to our highly nutritious iOS app. Be sure to grab it fresh from the App Store if you haven’t already. Let’s dig in to what’s new on the menu in 1.6 - • Resistor Divider Calculator Enter any three of the four values: Vin, Vout, R1, & R2 – and your voltage divider is ready for the breadboard. • Heat Sink
Internet of Things and Kickstarter
Internet of Things and Kickstarter. Kickstarter is becoming one of the largest funding platforms in the world and Makers and hardware manufacturers are continuing to see the site as a quick way to test their product concept on the market, cover bulk upfront supplier costs, and bring their connected products to life.  Twine, the sensor block system developed by Supermechanical was the first web e


giveaway: canning tomatoes, in a great apron
I LOVE A GOOD APRON, and never more than when batch after batch of tomatoes, herbs, and soup ingredients are moving from garden to kitchen to kettle to cupboard. When I saw the hand cut and sewn linen aprons made by my neighbor, Franca Fusco, at her shop called Boxwood Linen, and heard her say that she and her first-generation Italian mother were going to process some tomatoes, I thought: I need t
My new favorite botanic garden – in Mexico!
I’m back home after a whirlwind visit to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico for my niece’s wedding and my bags are still unpacked, but my photos are fully loaded and ready to post. First up, the jardin botanico called El Charco del Ingenio, on the outskirts of town. Between the high-desert plants, the sienna-toned architecture and religious signs like this one, this garden is otherwordly, and utterly
aralias: why i grow these big, beautiful plants
‘THANK YOU,’ SAY THE BIRDS, “these are delicious.” And they are delicious to look at, too–especially as fall comes on, with all the giant heads of bird-attracting purple fruit and in some cases (such as Aralia spinosa, above) incredible fall foliage color, too. Do you grow any aralias (sometimes called spikenards) in your garden yet? Some of my favorites you may wish to consider adopting, too: Ar
how to save seeds of heirloom tomatoes
I’VE ALWAYS JUST SMEARED the seedy innards of heirloom tomatoes on paper toweling, let them dry, and then stored them for the coming year–maybe rinsing the stuff in a strainer first, maybe not. That’s how to save tomato seeds the easy way. But fermenting the goopy gel and juice first for a few days offers some important benefits: The process may reduce some seed-borne diseases, and it also breaks


Bridal Make Up ~ Lessons In Colour: Eyes and Lips
I’m thrilled to welcome talented, London based make up artist, Tabby Casto back to Bridal Musings to share more of her bridal beauty hints and tips. Previously Tabby has shared her Top 5 Bridal Make Up Dos and Don’ts and advice on creating a flawless base that will last all day. Now it’s time for the really fun part of any make up look ~ the eyes, the lips, the blush…the colour! via The Beauty De
What size portrait should I get for my wall
Portrait sizing by Meg Fish This example shows a baby, but really it could be anything... a wedding image, an image you took with your camera and want to get a print for the wall over the couch or mantle... I just thought this was a great idea to show you just how small an 8x10 looks on the wall. What do you think? Does this help you?
What to Wear for Engagement Photos
One common question I often receive is “what should I wear for engagement photos?” I typically direct couples to check out our past engagement features to get some ideas, but today I have a fun feature styled by Sugar & Fluff with gorgeous photos by Jen Huang Photography to help you ladies out! The key to engagement pictures is effortlessness. In order to look comfortable in front of a camera
St. Louis Wedding from Clary Photo
Is there anything better than a tall drink of water in a crisp blue uniform? Can I get a what-what? Sorry, way too old to be saying things like that. But seriously, am I right or what? Case in point, this next dreamy groom who is all the dreamier thanks to his stunning leading lady and the gorgeous wedding that they crafted together. Photographed by Clary Photo, this little number will be deliveri

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Suarez & Evra set to shake hands
Liverpool and Manchester United are confident Luis Suarez and Patrice Evra will shake hands before Sunday's Premier League match.
Intégrisme : faut-il verser de l'huile sur le feu ?
Editorial. La caricature est un art délicat. La provocation aussi. "Charlie Hebdo" le sait, pour en avoir fait depuis des lustres sa raison d'être.
Why Bieber's mom won't have sex
Justin Bieber's mom reveals that she is saving herself for marriage. HLN's A.J. Hammer reports.
School seizes teen's rosary beads
School officials confiscated a student's rosary beads, afraid the necklace might harm students. KDVR has more.


Richard Gere on Jimmy Kimmel Live PART 2
Richard Gere on Jimmy Kimmel Live PART 2 Jimmy Kimmel Live - The second part of Jimmy's interview with Richard Gere Jimmy Kimmel Live's YouTube channel features clips and recaps of every episode from the late night TV show on ABC. Subscribe for clips from the monologue, the interviews, and musical performances every day of the week. Watch your favorites parts again, or catch-up on any e
Monsters Calling Home Performs "Monsters Calling Home"
Monsters Calling Home Performs "Monsters Calling Home" Jimmy Kimmel Live - Monsters Calling Home Performs "Monsters Calling Home" Jimmy Kimmel Live's YouTube channel features clips and recaps of every episode from the late night TV show on ABC. Subscribe for clips from the monologue, the interviews, and musical performances every day of the week. Watch your favorites par
Mullet boy
Mullet boy So i was talking to my mullet the other day and... From: kevjumba Views: 137316 9128 ratings Time: 01:53 More in People & Blogs
Rookies Anthony Davis, Thomas Robinson & Others Discuss Their New Lives in the NBA
Rookies Anthony Davis, Thomas Robinson & Others Discuss Their New Lives in the NBA NBA Rookies Anthony Davis, Thomas Robinson, Bradley Beal and Bernard James talk to the Wall Street Journal's Lee Hawkins about the life challenges involved in going from the NCAA to the NBA. The discussion includes what rookies can learn from veterans like Kobe Bryant, LeBron James and Magic Johnson and i


Stand Up
Told through a single stand-up comedy routine, John J Jones performs to an unforgiving audience. As he loses their interest, his body rebels against him, and the truth behind the one-liners leaks through the cracks. Car-crash comedy at its most compulsive.Cast: Joseph PierceTags: stand, up, joseph, pierce, animation, 2D, drawn, rotoscope, NFTS, comedy, daniel rigby, daniel and rigby
Labour Day
Labour Day - A student animation film created by Gerry Wang at Vancouver Film School. Created by: Gerry Wang Lighting by: Joshua Ng Texturing/shading: Ruben Galvan "Malcolm" rig by AnimSchoolCast: Gerry WangTags: 3D94 Gerry Wang Character Animat
B.L.O.T. are an Indian DJ / art collective making an audiovisual portrait of Bombay. A Somesuch & Co. documentary made with The Guardian, BMB and Cobra beer.Cast: George Belfield and Simon PinfieldTags: bombay, india, BLOT, B.L.O.T., basic love of things, gaurav malaker, avinash kumar, cobra, the guardian, mumbai, dhobi ghat and slumgods
Cast: BETC MUSICTags: woodkid, lolita lempicka, elle, elle fanning, yoann lemoine, betcmusic, cerf, betc, betc london, betc paris, betc worldwide and iron


Hydrangeas painting ART in Vase with sea glass original watercolor Original by SharonFosterArt
$16.00 USDAn original watercolor painting on watercolor paper.This an original watercolor painting on watercolor paper with watercolors. It is 4 by 6 inches.This is painted on a Arches 300 lb. paper watercolor paper.Signed and dated by me, Sharon Foster - a Mississippi artist. (c)2012
Flying Pig with Pumpkin original watercolor painting Flying PIG ART by SharonFosterArt
$16.00 USD** An original watercolor painting on watercolor paper.by Sharon Foster (c) 2012; all rights reserved** 4 inches by 6 inches** Well, you know I love the pigs
Original ACEO Flying Pig Painting Watercolor - PIG ART by SharonFosterArt
$7.00 USDwatercolor on watercolor paperSigned and dated on the back2.5 x 3.5 inches in size.An original painting by the artist, Sharon Foster - ME! A Mississippi artist.You are buying the art only. All rights for the painting stay with the artist, Sharon Foster (c)2012What the heck is an ACEO? It's an acronym Art Cards, Editions and Originals. They can be little paintings. That's what I do
Original Sunflowers on Turquoise Painting on Canvas by SharonFosterArt
$40.00 USDan original painting by the artist, Sharon Foster - ME! A Mississippi artist.6.0 inches tall by 6.0 inches wide- no staples on the side.You are buying the art only. All rights for the painting stay with the artist, Sharon Foster (c)2012.Shipping to the US is included in price. I am glad to ship internationally- let me know your country and I can provide a price.

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