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Nothing to Booze Ruby Brunton looks at some lessons she’s learned as a social drinker with painful memories.
“Tarot for Dummies” Jessa Crispin writes this long overdue illustrated guide to storytelling through the deck of chance and fate.
How to find the shade that fits you, and master the your makeup routine
Larissa Pham explores the aesthetics of suffering in our inner and outer worlds
Raise your hand if you‘ve been fooled by a detox. My esthetician taught me how to fix my skin, and juice had nothing to do with it.
Poisonous, Toxic, Delicious: Why do we eat these dangerous meals?
21 years after her death, Miranda Leigh took a trip to Selena’s hometown and realized popstar is more famous now than ever.
A recipe for scallion kimchi that can melt your face off, if you want it.
“I like my money where I can see it: hanging in my closet.” — Carrie Bradshaw
I slept with my boss to get a job. It didn't work out. The rest is still unwritten.
Toxic: When the world starts to die, we start to take it out on ourselves.
This one is for the crazy girls Emotional trap and electro-pop artist EKIM drops her latest EP entitled “Locked Up”.
Kylie Jenner does crime The young Jenner’s new lipgloss line ad portrays her as a kind of crime boss.
All of contemporary capitalism's byproducts are circulating the globe through the water cycle, from barrier reefs to epic trenches. Here’s how they’re toxic.
Cameos Meet Reek, Lauren and Clare as they share their style icons, beauty routines, and the projects that they are excited about. Catch up with them!
Graceland hosted a live auction for Elvis memorabilia and, altogether, the objects told a strange story.
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