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Did Hollywood Give the 1920s a Boob Job?

Did you go see the Baz Luhrman movie <i>The Great Gatsby</i>? You probably didn't think a thing was wrong with the curvy women of the film, but Lisa Hix …

13 Rules For Using Commas Without Looking Like An Idiot

One of the most popular articles of the day is a guide to using commas from Business Insider. The rules are pretty down-to-earth, and the mood is …

8 Sculptures Carved on the Tips of Pencils

Currently on display at the G. Gibson Gallery in Seattle, Washington, is the amazing artwork of Diem Chau. A Vietnam native, Chau and her family came …

Custom Handwriting Necklaces

Jewelry artist Brittany Leigh of Rochester, New York says the idea for her personalized handwriting necklaces started after her grandmother died, …

Is This Bride for Real?

Here's a Bridezilla story told in a series of emails. First, the bride lays out a series of ten rules for her bridesmaids. She refers to herself as …

Glass Floods a Remodeled Church with Color

(Photo: Chris Burnside)<p>We've previously seen the firm Olson Kundig Architects build a house in the San Juan Islands with a pop-up roof. Nearby, in …

The Origins of the Periodic Table

<i>Contrary to schoolyard rumors, no one created the periodic table just to torture you—it all started with the elements.</i><p>It's Elemental<p>As early as 330 …

My Daughter's Homework Is Killing Me

Karl Taro Greenfeld was concerned about the amount of homework his eighth-grade daughter was doing -several hours every night. She wasn't getting …

Open Book: Christian Patterson + Paul Schiek

In our third and final installment of interviews surrounding art book publishing, which leads into the New York Art Book Fair this weekend, we talked to Christian Patterson—the artist behind one of the most successful photographic books in years "Redheaded Peckerwood"—and photographer Paul …

"Last Night a DJ Saved My Life": Making Us Run for the Phone Since 1982 - PAPER

"Last Night a DJ Saved My Life" always drove me nuts when the phone started ringing. I can't tell you how many times I ran to answer whenever they played it on KTU. It peaked in 1982/83 and ended up being a one-hit-wonder for New York group Indeep. Mariah Carey covered it in 2001 and, in slightly …

The Best, Worst and Weirdest of the Week - PAPER

Teacher Finds Little Boys Looking at Nude Art, Turns It into a Wonderful Teaching Moment

Christopher Jobson (left) is the mind behind Colossal, one of Neatorama's favorite art blogs. In an interview by the National Endowment for the Arts, …

Hedi Slimane lifts the lid on Saint Laurent

A warm spring evening in Paris and the staff of Saint Laurent and their friends are having a drink. An hour ago, the brand's creative director Hedi Slimane unveiled his second womenswear collection at the Grand Palais. It was a multimedia extravaganza with a booklet of artwork by Theodora Allen …

Weekender: Badal Chand, actor, 24

'Maybe I'm biased, but I don't think there's anything better than my mum's food'<p><b>I feel shattered by the weekend.</b> I'm not acting right now, so I'm teaching English to foreign students. I get in around 7am and sometimes don't leave until 10pm. They're tough hours, but it's an exciting job.<p><b>If I finish</b> …

Alexa Chung: 'I don't know whether to be open and vulnerable'

Recently, Alexa Chung , was reading interviews she gave when she was just starting out, to see whether she'd changed in the past few years. She came across a stand-out quote: "I don't want to be known for floating around and just going to parties," the Alexa of yesteryear stated.<p>"And yet," says …

National Cruise Week: time to jump on board

Unpacking once yet waking up in a different place every day is just one of the joys of cruising. Finding your sea legs is one thing; deciding where to go, however, can be a challenge.<p>National Cruise Week, starting today, offers first-timers a chance to find out why cruising is the UK’s …

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How to uncover closed-door restaurants when travelling

It’s like a dinner party with strangers. Closed-door restaurants, also known as underground restaurants or supper clubs, are private eateries tucked away in a chef’s home. And though they’re not widely advertised, they are often some of the most sought-after tables in town.<p>For travellers, these …

Best-value destinations in Europe for 2013

Offering some of the world’s most iconic sights, best museums and superb cuisines, Europe is always an attractive and exciting destination, though overpriced hotels, extortionate entry fees and eye-wateringly priced restaurants in many parts of the continent can make travel here feel less than a …