This week, it was reported that the grand social experiment of assimilating the experience of walking on a cheese wheel or maybe a banana could soon come to an end: Crocs Inc. has announced plans to shutter its last manufacturing plant.
With grooming parlours reporting a sharp rise in male customers looking to tame their brows, one writer gives threading a go for the first time.
The trial of Paul Manafort began on Tuesday with prosecutors arguing that the former Trump campaign chairman lived an “extravagant lifestyle” subsidized with money he brought in through his lobbying.
Bluetooth tags turn you into an unofficial brand ambassador.
For the past five years, a woman (read: angel) named Germaine has been cutting my hair. I booked an appointment with her after my former hair stylist moved away, and we talked for a least 30 minutes about how she was going to cut my hair before she picked up a pair of scissors back in 2013.
Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign was defined by what was, at the time, a very brazen approach to lying. He was a big old liar, telling big lies, small lies, inconsequential lies, stupid lies; lies, all the time.
So much great art centers on conflict. Love and pain. Heroes and villains. Good and evil. Black and white. And, in one special case, Tom Whalen and Dave Perillo.
Selling limited-edition sneakers in augmented reality is the new wave.