Party on the B train! The band Atomic Tom sang for passengers on a New York train a few weeks ago and already the video of it has gotten over two million hits!
There's a lot of singer's that try to get noticed in this city, but this was extremely different and creative. Members of the band played Take Me Out solely by using their iPhone's as the instruments.
Maybe their next stop will be near Penn Station or by a food cart. Either way, they'll get a crowd.
Snooki, you're such a dill. Page Six reports that this Halloween Snooki will be dressing as her favorite green vegetable. Light Group designers in Las Vegas are currently creating pickle-shaped sequins for the reality star. There's speculation that she'll wear the outfit at The Jet club when she hosts and judges a $10,000 costume contest Oct. 30. The party is called Nightmare in Jersey--how fitting.
Scratch the bobbing for apples, Snooks. Go for some pickle juice.
Melissa Osburn, a graphic designer, blogger and nail polish enthusiast, took it to the extreme when she completed her 365 day goal of painting her nails a different design every day. A few months ago her love for nail polish went beyond her blog as she painted some of the best art right on her fingertips. Inspired by pop culture, some of the most creative include Mario Kart, Charlie Brown, Thanksgiving and Taco Bell designs.
Every day for 365 days. Now that's a lot of nail polish remover.
Retro is back and we have our parent's generation to thank.
Fashion's an obvious but what's most stimulating is browsing through compelling pieces that can make up an apartment or lifestyle. Retro phones, radios and media pieces from stores like Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters is just a taste of what's out there.
Now don't get it twisted. This is no 'like mother like daughter' and 'like father like son' business. It just shows that at least past generation's had attention-grabbing taste.
Snooki, your such a dill. Page Six reports that Snooki will be dressing as her favorite green vegetable this Halloween. Light Group designers in Las Vegas are currently creating pickle-shaped sequins for the reality star. There's speculation that she'll wear the outfit at The Jet club when she hosts and judges a $10,000 costume contest Oct. 30. The party is called Nightmare in Jersey--how fitting.
Scratch the bobbing for apples Snook's. Go for some pickle juice.
Keep eating those donuts coppers. There's no point in tracking me down anymore.
Introducing the Cobra iRadar, a radar detector that simply attaches to your iPhone via Bluetooth. Let the radar help in minimizing all those driving tickets you've been accumulating lately. Cobra iRadar not only will alert you about a speed trap coming up, but it'll also show the exact locations of the speed traps around the neighborhood if set on map view.
Every town has that pesky cop who won't let you slide even after using the innocent 'Excuse me officer' line. So next time you know you'll be headed in the same problematic area just flag it in your phone. It will remind you later to take it easy during that specific turn before the light.
Soon kids will be learning these gadgets in Driver's Ed. Just you watch.
What's all the commotion? People in the city got quite the surprise this morning outside Madison Square Garden. Cameras were rolling and security took on the intrigued crowd head on. As this joonbugger took to the steps it was clear that a movie was being filmed. If being tested on that assumption, the words 'You're fired!' would have snapped back.
Hello, Donald Trump! The billionaire stepped out from security into a clear line of vision only five feet
away. The hair didn't look too bad but makeup artist, please stop powdering his face. It's not tanning season anymore.
Most college teens don't enter their freshman year thinking they will come out as entrepreneurs. Well, that is exactly what happened to these three Harvard students. Stephanie Kaplan '10, Windsor Hanger '10 and Annie Wang '11 all founded Her Campus in September 2009 and haven't looked back. Her Campus is an online magazine to keep college females in the know, whether it be from the founders Cambridge, Massachusetts campus or other schools across the nation. The sites content covers a variety of schools and has allowed college journalists to get a head start in the media field.