Lily Gardner

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How-To: Drip-Free Glass Painting

If you’ve ever tried to paint glass, you know how frustrating the little drips and imperfections that mar an otherwise smooth surface can be. Next time, save yourself some trouble (and a whole lot of swearing) with this helpful drip-free glass painting technique from Alex at Northstory!

Here's Proof That All "Sex and the City" Did Was Name-Drop

"Vogue, Vogue, Vogue, Vogue," times 1 million.<p>Just in case you ever doubted that <i>Sex and the City</i>'s characters were the most brand-obsessed beings in the wOrLd*~*, the Internet has provided reassurance: artist Pierre Buttin's insane supercut of every single time Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, or …

Crazy Things 10 Parts of Your Body Reveal About You

Lana Del Rey Is Her Own Feminist Hero

She does what only male rock gods are supposed to do.<p>Lana Del Rey aka Lizzy Grant's definition of feminism: "a woman who feels free enough to do whatever she wants." The singer said this while expressing disinterest in feminism as a "concept" in a recent interview, which raised the usual concerns …

Ten Books to Read Now That HBO's Girls Is Back

The first moment I saw that one giant word “GIRLS” flash across the screen in all caps, I became utterly, hopelessly enamored of <b>Lena Dunham’s</b> HBO …

21 Inspiring Quotes To Live By In 2014

Let's face it ― as hard as you may try, those New Year's resolutions to lose 10 pounds or learn Mandarin this year will likely be tossed to the wayside come February. It's not your fault that chocolate sounds better than celery and Mandarin characters are very difficult, but you'd feel a whole lot …

Reading Changes Brain's Connectivity, Study Suggests

It's no secret that reading is good for your brain. But what actually happens inside your brain when you read a great novel?<p>“Stories shape our lives and in some cases help define a person,” Dr. Gregory S. Berns, director of Emory University's Center for Neuropolicy in Atlanta, said in a written …

Friday Fresh Free Fonts - Cuprum, Exo 2, Razor

Friday fresh free fonts is a series of free fonts posted every Friday, yes I know it's awesome. I will look forward to bring a lot of great fonts …

Smarty Pants Packaging

The Transforma t-shirt package will be adored by retailers and fashionistas alike! The clever design has a window that allows customers to both see …

Humorous Street Art and Urban Interventions by SpY | Colossal

<p>For over two decades street artist SpY has been creating humorous and thought-provoking interventions in urban spaces. Already established as a …

6,000-Year-Old Hollowed Out Tree is a Bar Inside

Nature is often the inspiration for architecture and design. We've even seen our fair share of fully functional tree houses, but in South Africa there is an entirely unique, hollowed out tree called <i>Sunland Big Baobab</i> that has actually been converted into a bar. According to the pub's website, the …

Vatican observers look for thaw between Pope Francis, U.S. nuns

When the Vatican censured an organization representing thousands of American nuns, it did so in part because the group had not spoken out enough against gay marriage and abortion.<p>The Vatican said the Leadership Conference of Women Religious had espoused "radical feminist themes," adding, "Issues of …

Bald eagle deaths in Utah alarm and mystify scientists

SALT LAKE CITY — Buz Marthaler felt the once-proud aerial predator fall limp in his arms, and the veteran animal caretaker knew he was facing a mystery unlike any in his career.<p>Bald eagles are dying in Utah — 20 in the last few weeks alone — and nobody can figure out why.<p>Hundreds of the majestic …

Closing The 'Word Gap' Between Rich And Poor

<b>Listen · 6:29</b><p><b>Toggle more options</b><p><b>Download</b>• <b><br>Transcript</b><p>In the early 1990s, a team of researchers decided to follow about 40 volunteer families — some poor, some middle class, some rich — during the first three years of their new children's lives. Every month, the researchers recorded an hour of sound …