How to Dress for Your 4th of July Bash—Without Looking Like Uncle Sam

The Fourth of July can be a joyous occasion. It can also be a time when your friends and family members force you to look at them wearing truly terrible clothing. While there's something endearing about donning an ugly Christmas sweater or the oversize numerical sunglasses many sport on New Year's Eve, wearing what's essentially a warm-weather Uncle Sam costume on Independence Day is a little disturbing. A day spent subjecting an American flag-printed anything to sweat, barbecue sauce, and gunpowder residue is an abuse of one the country's greatest symbols. And that's not a good look on anyone. Luckily, see more

12 Places to Stay With Amazing Outdoor Showers

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Movies + TV

The 10 Greatest Movie Strippers of All Time

Baring it all for the camera is a tradition almost as old as the movies themselves (Eugène Pirou's Le Coucher de la Mariée, which is basically nothing more than a striptease, was first screened back in 1896—less than a year after the first motion picture was projected). And while some actors prefer that their characters strip down in private, others have made it a public affair by playing everyday men and women who just happen to take their clothes off for a living. As Channing Tatum and company return for round two of Magic Mike, we're taking a look back see more

We Need to Talk About Matt Damon's New Ponytail

Further proof that 2015 is the year of the man-bun has arrived. Today, as actor Matt Damon (and noted friend-of-Ben-Affleck) promoted the forthcoming film The Great Wall while in Beijing, one couldn't help notice something was ... different. What could it be? Ah yes. Why, it was the thick, lustrous mane he had seemingly grown overnight, pulled back into the manliest of chignons. A brief survey of two coworkers brought general approval ("Who knew he'd look so good with long hair," —coworker 1; "HE LOOKS SO GOOD" —coworker 2)—leading us to give Damon and his tonsorial addition the Details see more

Does the LGBT Community Really Just Want Indifference?

In a Vanity Fair piece about what it's like to be a gay cadet at West Point, writer Dave Cullen posits an interesting idea. After a long, hard-fought battle to have their dignity reflected in the right to serve openly in the military and to legally marrying the people they love, were gay men and lesbians ultimately asking for people to just not care about their sexuality? Sara Emsley said she'd prepared to delve deeper into the closet when she transferred from Virginia Tech to West Point last year. "I couldn't have been more wrong," she told Cullen. "I received see more
Food + Drinks

Yes, Tea Can Get You Drunk. Here's How.

I am an unabashed tea snob. That's a rare thing to be in America—solidly part of the coffee-drinking world where tea selections are usually limited, bagged, and indiscriminately tannic. But as someone who abhors the taste of mocha, java, or whatever nickname you want to give to that sludgy brown mess of bitterness and caffeine, yet who lives in Brooklyn and needs something perky and warm to drink while freelancing in cafes, this was probably my destiny. The same way your most annoying friends talk about beans, grinding, and percolation, I talk about leaves, processing, and steeping. And like all see more

Rihanna's Video for "Bitch Better Have My Money" Is Totally Insane

Note to self: If you owe Rihanna some cash, you better make good on your end of the deal. That's the lesson to be learned in the performer's video for the song "Bitch Better Have My Money" which debuted late yesterday. Listen, we're not shocked by much these days, but leave it to Bad Girl RiRi to have us glued to our computer screen, mouth agape, during the 7-minute ode to debt collection. However, should you think the video will be an lesson in financial literacy, guess again. There's nudity, violence, guns, grills, and stylized carnage the likes we see more

Watch: Stephen Colbert Interviews Eminem on Michigan Public Access Show

Stephen Colbert is clearly one of those people who doesn't know the meaning of the word "downtime." The official start of his Late Show tenure is still months away (September 8th!), but the host just can't stop, well, hosting—even if it means temporarily taking over a public access show in Michigan to interview hip-hop star Eminem. Usually hosted by registered nurse Michelle Baumann and former Miss America Kaye Lani Rafko-Wilson, this 40-minute episode of Only in Monroe is essentially like a longer version of The Colbert Report's recurring "Better Know a District" segment, except with dead silence during the see more

Thousands are Petitioning for a Rainbow Flag Emoji

Thousands of people from around the world have signed a petition asking for an official rainbow flag emoji to be added to the assortment of tiny mobile characters. The Care2 petition, which was launched online Wednesday, has gotten signatures everywhere from Belgium to Bolivia. Close to 7,000 people have thrown their weight behind the cause in under 24 hours. Colton Price-Fiore, who started the petition, wants the flag turned into a emoji to commemorate the United States Supreme Court's decision to legalize same-sex marriage last week. He's asking Mark Davis, the president of the Unicode Consortium (it's the governing body see more

Public School Liked Oliver Peoples Glasses So Much They Made Their Own Pair

Anyone familiar with the duo behind Public School knows that the designers serve as de facto ambassadors for the brand's special brand of swaggering cool. Just look to Maxwell Osborne's ever-shaded visage for proof. Both Osborne and his design partner Dao-Yi Chow have excellent taste in eyewear, as one would expect, and Osborne's go-to style happens to be Oliver Peoples' Wyler frames. So it makes perfect sense that when the Public School men were looking for a brand to help create eyewear for their '90s rave culture-inspired fall/winter 2015 collection, they reached out to the folks at OP for see more
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