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You Can Now Own An Olsen Twin Print Kimono Thanks To This Museum Gift Shop

Back in April 2015, Brooklyn, New York-based comedians Matt Harkins and Viviana Olen teamed up to create something that the world was clearly missing: a museum dedicated to the 1994 scandal involving ex-figure skaters Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan. While this gained their “museum”—referred to as THNK1994 for short—popularity, their next exhibit, "The Olsen Twins Hiding From The Paparazzi," is what catapulted them into stardom (sort of)…


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Pnkblnkt's Got Your "Outlet" Right Here

If you've been wondering why pnkblnkt has been so quiet lately, we'll have you know there's no need to worry. The producer has been taking his time rolling out his releases, and his latest track is another deep dive into the human psyche with delicately layered synths and beats that pound their way into your subconscious…

travel |

Three Editor-Approved Ways To Vacation In Mexico

Tell your friends you're going on vacation to Mexico and you're probably going to be met someone asking, "Oh! Cancún? Cozumel? Mexico City?" Though those destinations are wonderful and definitely bucket list-worthy, there is more to our southern neighbor than just the Spring Break haven and the capital. If you venture west, you'll be met with deserts, mountains, and a region overflowing with artistic adventure…




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Kristen Stewart And St. Vincent Both Have Films Debuting At Sundance This Year

Kristen Stewart's directorial debut, a short film titled "Come Swim," which first premiered as part of Refinery29's Shatterbox Anthology series, will screen at the Sundance Film Festival this winter, Variety announced yesterday. This is, of course, great news for all of us who are excited about the film, which Stewart also wrote, and which Variety described as being "a diptych of one man’s day, half impressionist and half realist portraits…


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How To Focus During Sex

Here's a question that's been on my mind lately: Since sex can be so great and fun, why is it so hard to get or stay focused during it? Basically, we spend most of our lives with our minds elsewhere, switching between tasks and doing six things at once; we are constantly practicing not being in the present moment. And what’s good for multitasking is bad for sex…


radar |

Pixar's 'Coco' Will Be A Grand Adventure Told By An All-Latin Cast

In many ways, Pixar has been one of the last remaining studios which consistently produces standalone movies based on entirely original ideas, while the rest of Hollywood doubles down on safer bets like sequels and previously established franchises. But over the next few years, it looks like Pixar too will follow that path, with Toy Story 4, Cars 3, and The Incredibles 2 all coming down the pike…



beauty |

These New Fragrance Oils Are Here To Enlighten You

Calling all yoga-loving, natural beauty enthusiasts! The Fifth Veda has just launched their very first product: a line of fragrance oils inspired by each of the seven chakras, the physical and spiritual energy centers within our body.  Created by Anit Hora, the brains behind luxury vegan beauty line Mullein & Sparrow, these new scents are meant to enlighten the wearer…


beauty |

The Best Things That Smell Like Pine

There is perhaps no scent more innocuous and ubiquitous yet also as controversial as pine. For the people who love it, the scent brings up memories of long walks through the woods or cozy fireside evenings at Christmastime; for others, the scent recalls close encounters with overpowering tree-shaped air fresheners hanging off of the rearview mirrors of overly warm taxis…

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In Sophia Takal's Gripping And Disturbing 'Always Shine,' Patriarchy Kills

Sophia Takal conceived of Always Shine, her second feature-length film, long before this year’s caustic election campaign, but as one of the most openly misogynist public figures in recent history prepares to take office, its themes could not be more relevant. The psychological thriller, starring Mackenzie Davis (Black Mirror) and Caitlin FitzGerald (Masters of Sex), twists Takal’s own experiences of everyday sexism into a taut, shocking tale of jealousy, rivalry, and murder, where patriarchy kills—literally…