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We have a sneak peek of Inside Out Magazine March issue out Thurs.! Loving this vanity! http://www.poppytalk.com/2014/02/dispatch-from-australia-inside-outs.html

DIY Leather Pendant Light

6 Comments<p>The ceiling lights at my apartment are always having issues (oh the joys of renting…) so I'm constantly looking for extra lighting that …

Sharpie Scripted Pillows • A Subtle Revelry

Sleep tight and rest your eyes on a love note with these simple sharpie scripted pillows. They are a pretty way to celebrate love, home and those …

DIY Cement Valentines

I suppose I could start this post off with some really terrible pun about setting your love in stone this Valentine’s Day, but I won’t do that. (See …

Valentine's Day

diy vintage rose jewelry box

i know what you might be thinking. whoa. that’s a girly jewelry box and totally not what you normally see on almost makes perfect. i think you’re …

7 Habits of Incredibly Happy People

While happiness is defined by the individual, I’ve always felt it foolish to declare that nothing can be learned from observing the happiness of …

Believe it or not, Vogue’s Lynn Yaeger and Lauren Santo Domingo have very different approaches to crossing off their holiday shopping. Which one is more your style? http://bit.ly/Ijf72M

We put Rupert Friend (who portrays black-ops agent Peter Quinn in Homeland) through our own mini-interrogation—all the while trying not to swoon: http://bit.ly/1aH46yX

“Scandal” and Torture Don’t Mix Well

In a post this week denouncing the idea of “guilty pleasures,” Jennifer Szalai cites “Scandal,” ABC’s Washington, D.C., power-player drama, as an example of something that anxious, highbrow aspirants attempt to waive away with the phrase. She is right—the mock shame of such protestations is a …

“American Hustle”: A Long-Form Movie

The last thing I scribbled in my notebook at the end of a screening of “American Hustle” (which opens tomorrow) was, “Wish it were the magazine article that you’d read and said, that would make a great movie.” David O. Russell’s new movie falls into a distinctive genre that I’d call long-form …

The Obama Selfie-Face-Gate

Allow me a thought or two on the triple selfie that became this week’s leading event of real-fake-news? The photograph, and the photograph of the photograph, and the commentary surrounding it, improbably united two subjects I’m interested in: Michelle Obama and Danish television. As I wrote in …

Grand Scam

“American Hustle.”<p>David O. Russell’s “American Hustle,” an intentionally overripe comedy about corruption, duplicity, loyalty, and love, is a series of astonishments. Russell, rewriting a script developed by Eric Singer, takes off from the Abscam affair—the bizarre criminal investigation of the …

Postscript: Peter O’Toole

The deaths, over the weekend, of Peter O’Toole and Joan Fontaine reminded us, once again, what a strange principality movie stardom is. Think of it as a kind of Monaco: few are born there, but many arrive, some to disport themselves at the watering holes and gaming tables, others to cultivate that …

Remembering Peter O'Toole And The Lawrence Of Arabia Premiere, 51 Years Ago Today

Fifty-one years ago today, <i>Lawrence of Arabia</i> premiered in the United States, changing forever the life of its 30-year-old star, Peter O’Toole. A stage actor whose first film credit had come just a year earlier, O’Toole was cast as World War I hero T.E. Lawrence after Albert Finney turned down the …