How many of you would know what to do if someone near you had a seizure? I wouldn’t have, before I read this post.
If you’ve ever wondered what the inside of Sarah Jessica Parker’s NYC home looks like, now is your chance.
See spooky-awesome photographs of America’s abandoned malls.
This hilarious and deviant boyfriend made a compilation of Vine videos he posted of him scaring his girlfriend. Hilarious!
A new Johnny Cash album was released, containing new songs from the late legend. The tracks are taken from a lost recording session from the 1980s that ended up being shelved by Cash’s label, Columbia Records, until his son found them last year. The album, Out Among The Stars, is out now – the single for this release is called “She Used To Love Me A Lot” and is accompanied by this endearingly haunting video:
Few things are more endearing than this collection of heavy metal musicians with their cats by Alexandra Crockett.
This guy took $9,000 and built his beautiful adobe home in Thailand from scratch. Amazing.
Finally! The Impossible Project has been working hard to keep alive the legacy of instant cameras – aka Polaroids. They bought the last factory that produced the instant film, and started developing products using it! They came up with the Instant Lab for iPhone It captures your iPhone photographs and produces an instant photograph in seconds!
Kate Moss is doing another round of designing for TOPSHOP, which should be out at the end of this month! No signs of what it might include, save for the glitzy dress on the promotional page.
My amazing friend from high school, Jaquy Yngvasson, has started a docu-series about living life gluten-free! I remember her being frequently sick when we were younger, and it turns out she had a big, huge gluten intolerance! She’s dedicated her life to finding the best ways to live gluten-free in a wheat-loving world. No, really! She became a chef and everything! Now she’s traveling the globe, searching for the secret to thriving through food as someone with allergies.
Check out the first episode of her docu-series, Tasty Freedom, here:
Amazing, Jaquy! Such a cool project. Share it with your friends who have food sensitivities!