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In this edition of Design Hunting, Wendy Goodman attends the museum's National Design Awards in Washington, D.C.
Design guru Wendy Goodman tours bucolic weekend homes in Connecticut.
'New York''s design editor highlights her favorite New York Design Week finds, from Royal Botanica's outdoor furniture for a pedestrian city to some surprisingly creative new Ikea products.
We stopped by the Pierre Michel salon with our video camera for a blow-drying lesson. And we learned where not to apply hair product, and many other valuable tips.
Dimmock takes photos of heroin addicts which are definitely not pervy.
That's right: American Media Inc. executive vice-president and chief editorial director Bonnie Fuller will resign from both of her positions as of Wednesday. But she's not giving up 'Star,' Goddamn it!
Or not. We don't care what you think anyway!
Syesha is the contestant with nothing to lose, and as you know if you've watched a few movies about renegade cops, that makes her very, very dangerous.
It's the season finale, and this episode boils down to the only things that matter in 'Hills'-ville: Heidi and Spencer, and the Lauren-Lo-Audrina mess.
We can't believe it hasn't happened yet!
Our latest Vintage Shop-A-Matic launched today. We scoured 34 vintage stores to bring you 140 of our favorite pieces. Click for a taste.
Vulture remembers Rauschenberg with the story of his epochal meeting with Willem de Kooning in 1953.
Plus: What is Professor Indiana Jones's publication record?
The Weinstein Co. says negotiations for the magazine sponsor for the show's first season on Lifetime haven't even begun.
Turns out the Staten Island congressman is almost ready to be added to our Politicians TMI Index!
Judging by the sea of asymmetrical haircuts (mirroring those of the twins themselves), we're pretty sure the audience was a sympathetic one.
Plus, the latest on Bear Stearns, Robert De Niro, and Norm Pearlstine in our daily industry roundup.
And what's the "most forehead-slapping snub of them all"?
With the race pretty much wrapped up, will today's primary, in which Hillary Clinton is expected to cruise to a huge victory, matter at all? Of course it will!