Archive for the ‘Roberto Cavalli’ Category

This year’s SUPERBURGER wasn’t so much a Burger Bloodbath, as it was formerly known, but more than a few chins were glistening in the mid-afterno…
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Sunday’s installment of Breaking Bad, the second-to-last episode of the first half of the two-part fifth and final season, took place in Albuquerque, New Mexico. A profanity was censored. Most of the characters were bald men. All of the charac…
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It’s 2012, and genres don’t matter anymore. Enter Carrie Wilds, the retro-soul singer who’s collaborated with big names of the hip-hop and electronic production world like Araabmuzik and Crookers. On her new
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In A for Andromeda, the novelization of the 1961 BBC serial of the same title, Dr. Reinhart speaks of an “interstellar hiss,” saying that, “the universe is full of electricity charged matter. What we pick up is electrical emission from these charges, w…
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It’s not that chef Rob Newton of Seersucker in Carroll Gardens hates brunch. No, it’s more that he wants to offer the goodness of breakfast everyday. Hence, brunch is of …
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I know all of you non-gays are assuming that being gay is all shits and LOLs and rainbows and sunshine and blowjobs and poppers and musicals and Fire Island and abs and Lady Gaga. But did you know that gay guys have feelings, too? Not just the ones abo…
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Kirk Cameron, who probably believes that one time men rode around on dinosaurs hunting unicorn meat while women waited patiently at home to cook pot roasts and feed their ten children, stopped by The Today Show this morning to plug his new movie, which…
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As our own Miles Klee pointed out earlier this week, our incessant, annoying need to #RememberThe90s is at an all-time high, manifesting itself not just in blog posts like this …
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The origin story of a certain wildly successful but wildly maligned Canadian alt-rock band involves one band member’s experiences dealing with customers’ change at his job at Starbucks. So it was only a matter of time before Nickelback went back to the…
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