Health

110-Year-Old Woman Reveals Secret to Longevity (Hint: It's Booze)

The fountain of youth has been found, and in the most unlikely of places. Turns out that the elixir of life doesn't spring forth from a verdant patch of ground in a hard to reach locale—it's sitting in the aisles of your local supermarket as part of a six-pack. According to Agnes Fenton, who turned 110 years young over the weekend, the secret to a long and fruitful life is three Miller High Lifes and a shot of whiskey (Johnnie Walker Blue Label, thankyouverymuch) per day. Every day. The supercentenarian told NorthJersey.com that for almost seven decades she partook see more
Celebrity

Will Smith Had a Lot of Fun Clearing Up Those Divorce Rumors

On more than one occasion in their nearly 18 years of marriage, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith have been confronted with rumors of their impending divorce. None of those rumors have turned out to be true. And yet on Monday, when the celebrity press alleged that Mr. and Mrs. Smith were on the rocks, Will still felt the need to clear the air. (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v2.3"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs);}(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk'));Under normal circumstances, I don't usually respond to foolishness. (Because it's contagious) see more
News

Awful Dudes Keep Wearing Rape T-Shirts to Music Festivals

Missed Connections: I was the heat death of the universe, u were the guy at Lolla w/ a shirt that said RAPE YOUR FACE pic.twitter.com/C4MHXoUmnN— Jia Tolentino (@jiatolentino) August 3, 2015 Like. What? For the second time this year, a young man has been documented wearing a t-shirt that makes light of rape at a music festival. This guy was spotted at Chicago's Lollapalooza this weekend in a gray rag that parodies The North Face's logo with text that instead reads "Rape Your Face." When Jezebel's features editor Jia Tolentino asked the shirt's wearer why he bought it, he shrugged. see more
Design

Zaha Hadid's Latest Museum Is a Concrete Spaceship Lodged in a Mountain

In Italy's Austrian-inflected South Tyrol, with its craggy peaks and verdant valleys, famed Zaha Hadid's has unveiled her latest project, the Messner Mountain Museum Corones. Named after Reinhold Messner, the first mountaineer to scale all fourteen "eight-thousanders" (the 14 independent peaks above 8,000 meters), and the first to summit Everest without additional oxygen, the museum is the final of six mountaintop museums Messner had built. Nestled into the the peak of Mount Kronplatz, the museum displays objects related to Messner's life of climbing. While the structure itself references the geology of the area, concrete forms are meant to evoke the see more
Politics

Here's What Happens When You Call Donald Trump's Cell Phone Number

Thanks to the people at Gawker, you can now call Donald Trump directly. On Monday, the gossip site posted what is reportedly Trump's personal mobile phone number (917-756-8000) and invited readers to "Call Donald Trump's Cell Phone and Ask Him About His Important Ideas." Because we believe in the power and value of journalism here at Details, we gave the number a ring three times. The first time, a pleasant voice asked us to leave a message and ensured us that our call would be returned as soon as possible. The second and third times were busy signals. That the see more
Health

Is Butter Back? The Truth About Our Favorite Fat

Read enough health studies and you come to realize damn near every theory has one study proving one thing and another study proving the exact opposite. It's a cold, confusing world out there and though science tries to make sense of it all, absolute truths and facts are hard to come by. That doesn't mean science is going to give up, though. Consider the case of butter. For the past however many years, we've been drilled to think butter is bad. Butter is a saturated fat and heaps of research has found saturated fats lead to heart disease. Plus, see more
Celebrity

Transparent Season 2 Gets a Premiere Date

The Pfeffermans are back. We're referring to, of course, the deeply neurotic and painfully human family at the center of Transparent, Amazon's critically praised show, which won this year's Golden Globe for Best Series, Comedy or Musical. Series creator Jill Soloway (who also worked on HBO's Six Feet Under and Grey's Anatomy) announced at the Television Critics' Association event today that the highly anticipated second season will be released via Amazon on December 4th, reports Variety. A runaway hit for Amazon's nascent entertainment line-up, the series centers on the Pfefferman family whose patriarch (played by Jeffrey Tambor reveals to see more

5 Things to Snag from the Unis Archive Sale

It's hard not to think highly of Unis, the New York based brand designed and run by Eunice Lee. Go into its store or visit its website, and you're greeted by the kinds of elevated staples that form the base of any stylish wardrobe: sweaters that fit just right, jackets that manage to edge past basic and steer clear of conceptual, and trousers that fit better than anything you'll find in a mall. For the next week, shoppers can get up to 70 percent off the clothier's classics at its Archive Sale. Below, five items we'd snag before it's too see more
Design

Designs to Soundproof Your Home Without Sacrificing Style

If the idea of soundproofing your apartment doesn't readily bring to mind a stylish, sexy interior, it's time to consider the most recent wave of acoustic panelling. Made to be seen (rather than covered up with bookshelves or the backs of wardrobes), the new generation of wall panels functions as design objects in their own right. One of our favorites is the recently released Parentesit collection from Italian company Arper. While fully reducing background noise, the bold circles, squares or ovals can be customized with ambient lighting or a Bluetooth speaker installed directly into the panel and controlled via a see more
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Music

Forget Tidal and Spotify: Cymbal Is a Social Playlist Curated by Your Friends

As a battle for your earbuds rages on between music services like Tidal, Apple, and Spotify, three college students have created a fuss-free new app that takes your favorite elements of Instagram and integrates them into your listening experience. Released this summer by Tuft students Amadou Crookes, Gabe Jacobs and Mario Gomez-Hall, Cymbal populates your newsfeed with the songs your friends are listening to, allowing users to make playlists based off their friend's favorite tunes. Just like Instagram, you rack up followers, comment, search by hashtag, and like posts, curating a sort of social radio station where all your friends see more
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