Knock knock. Who's there? Joe King. Joe King who? Joking like this used to be considered a sickness by some people. The knock-knock joke has been a staple of American humor since the early 20th century.
Several REDBOOK staffers had desks that were a few papers shy of a Hoarders-style intervention. Several REDBOOK staffers had desks a few papers shy of a Hoarders-style intervention. Enter organizational
These DIY projects aren't just pretty—they'll make your home snazzier and more awesome. 1. Wine Cork Trivet Alyssa & Carl If you're a wine-drinker who likes to save your corks, figuring out what to do
This is one clever way to promote a film. It's far too easy to make fun of stock photos because, frankly, they often suck. They're usually staged, corny, and completely out of touch with the situations
A selection of photos from this morning's press preview of MoMA's blockbuster Björk retrospective. All photos by Sam Clarke. This morning, the Museum of Modern Art held a press preview for its blockbuster
Leonard Combier’s amazingly detailed drawings of fanciful creatures on passport pages make us want to travel to another world. The Berlin resident doesn’t hesitate to sketch monsters, tiki statues and
Lauren Bacall, the subject of a new exhibit at the Museum at FIT, arrived on the scene at about the same time that American sportswear was establishing its roots and emerging as a viable alternative to
Just how amazing can a picture be that’s shot on an iPhone 6? Get ready to find out. Apple is rolling out a new global advertising campaign that shows off the incredible photos and videos that are taken
You go on a job interview and you spend an hour with a person. That might be all the time you get with a person before you have to decide whether or not to work for him or her. Some people can be lovely
These DIYers found extra living space in their home's smallest spots. This article originally appeared on GoodHousekeeping.com It's unlikely that you lament about having too much closet space in your but
Crossing Latin America: People and the Street - Photographs and text by Raseljka Krnic | LensCulture
As a sociologist I was always interested in cultural differences. During the past year, I had opportunity to travel through Latin America for 9 months and to gain insight in many different forms of living.
The Boyhood soundtrack gave everyone a healthy dose of nostalgia last year. Here's a look at other recent soundtracks that left their mark. There's a scene in Boyhood in which Ethan Hawke drives his Pontiac
But it usually makes for an experience that exposes you to something new and leaves an impression for years after. I was lucky enough to live in Zurich, Switzerland, for five years when I was younger.
Happy Birthday, Photoshop! Twenty-five years ago, this week, a little graphics editing program named Photoshop was born. Fast forward a few decades and now we’re living in a world where surreal-looking
Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc is on a mission to capture portraits of women from every country in the world in order to shed light on the beauty that exists everywhere. A little over two years ago,
Now hug! Three border collies are looking incredibly cute in this photo by Alicja Zmyslowka. The Poland-based photographer takes the most adorable pictures of dogs we’ve ever seen. Alicja had always been