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The Best Apps for Fast-Food Lovers, Nostalgic Photographers, and Scatterbrains

1. Hipstamatic: Gives your digital photos a whimsical, Lomography-like vibe. (iPhone) 2. BRGRFNDR: Need to satisfy a craving for a Double-Double? This GPS-enabled app offers you turn-by-turn directions to the nearest In-N-Out. (iPhone) 3. Recognizr: If you aren't so good with names, aim your phone's camera at any hard-to-place face and this program pulls up his or her social-networking pages. (Android) —Tom Samiljan READ MORE 10 Essential Apps for the Perfect First DateLaptop-Free TravelGary Vaynerchuk Solves the Internet see more
Celebrity

The Missing Links: Whiskey, Werewolves, and Paula Deen

Nothing says "king of the castle" like a dinosaur skull mounted in your living room. This news, by way of Videogum, is equal parts disturbing and hey-at-least-we're-not-talking-about-vampires. Paula Deen's appearance on Jay Leno confirms it's better (and way funnier) with butter. Think outside the shoebox; color inside the lines. Lady Gaga gets her very own comic book character. Your World-Cup-themed cocktail party just got way cooler. Lemondrop's [Redacted] Guy has modest dreams: a quiet life, loyal friends, and non-awkward outdoor sex. When Mocoloco's done with you, you'll be walking on whiskey. Jack White will bro down with Obama and see more
Art

Get Your heART On: heART FOR HAITI is Live and Open for Bidding

heART FOR HAITI, an online auction of artwork for Haiti relief, went live earlier this month and runs through June 17. The 142 pieces are mostly photographs (a handful are mixed-media), but their subjects are wide-ranging: an abandoned asylum in Brazil, a rooster, Christopher Walken's face in three-quarter profile. While you browse the gallery, be sure to check out the work of these seven photographers, all of whom have shot for Details. —Sarah Isaacson Brian Finke The Opium Renaissance Duran Duran Q&A with Francis Ford Coppola Find the Right Massage Danielle Levitt Meet the Fearsome Gay Gangsters of Bash Back see more
Design

A New Home for Old Polaroid Gear

The one-time king of instant film may have shifted its focus to digital, but before moving on, Polaroid handed the keys to its former hall of wonders to the Impossible Project. The fledgling Austrian photo-supply company is releasing its own line of instant-photography products, but it's also selling coveted castoffs such as perfectly restored SX-70 and 600 cameras. the-impossible-project.com —Monica Khemsurov READ MORE: Five Must-Have Retro Gadgets The Perfect Hybrid Camera The Retro-Modern Video Camera
Travel

The Layover Dining Guide

Airport food has improved dramatically over the past few years—see Aeronuova at JFK and the proliferation of gourmand-focused Cibo outlets nationwide—but there are still plenty of bad in-transit meals to be had. To avoid them, check out airportdining.net, whose editors have dissected the cuisine at more than 100 travel hubs so you never have to settle for a sad-looking salad at Wayne County or Charles de Gaulle again. —Monica Khemsurov READ MORE: The Five Best Extended-Stay Hotels One of the Best Young Chefs in the World Works at an Airport The Best Fast Food in America see more
Style

The Supreme Tee

After partnering with Nike, The North Face, and Oakley, New York skate brand Supreme has teamed up with Hanes to give its classic white undershirts some street flavor. The flat-collar T-shirts feature Supreme's red box logo and come in a specially designed three-pack. Fortunately, you don't have to know how to do a kickflip to rock them. ($24, supremenewyork.com) Photograph courtesy of Hanes. READ MORE: Buy the Perfect T-shirt 9 Tips for Finding the Perfect White Shirt Our Favorite Neutral-Color Organic Tees see more
Style

The Return of Dr. Martens

The favored footwear of British steelworkers, punks, and grunge kids is back. Dr. Martens' iconic thick-soled boots appeared in a number of fall shows, including those of Micheal Bastian and Tim Hamilton. We couldn't help but admire the subtle-but-strking changes in the resurgent brand's handiwork, as evidenced in these newly streamlined suede low-tops, out just in time for the shoemaker's 50th anniversary. ($120; dmusastore.com) —Photograph by Greg Broom READ MORE: The Must-Have Suede Accessories for Spring John Lobb's Butler Service Rugged Pants, Shoes, and Belts see more
Style News

The Missing Links: Iggy Pop, Men in Tights, and Summer Grooming

Truth is more boring than fiction. Introducing the best invention of the Facebook Age: the Pre-Handshake Handshake, which lets you make contact without really touching anyone. Turn your ex-wife's wedding dress into a pasta strainer. The new Black Keys video features little kids singing and beating each other up. Iggy Pop plays reporter in Interview magazine. We have to ask: is Nicolas Cage the next Gary Busey? As spring gives way to summer, you'll want to re-stock your medicine cabinet. Owl City gets their shit handed to them. Princess Leia stages an accordion battle in the subway. And finally, see more
Food + Drinks

Chic, Multitasking Glassware

The double-ended construction of these cups, pitchers, and bowls from architect Felicia Ferrone makes them tremendously versatile—the same glass can be used for a taste of scotch, a pour of wine, or eight ounces of beer. And because of the way they appear to suspend liquid in midair, the ingenious vessels look great on a table. Revolution Collection by Fferrone Design from $67 for two liqueur glasses, fferronedesign.com —Monica Khemsurov Photograph by Lucas Zarebinski READ MORE: The Must-Have Chair The 10 Best Drinks You Have Never Heard Of 8 Things You Need to Have a Classy Drink at Home see more
Food + Drinks

Make Your Own Whiskey

No matter how many artisanal whiskeys hit the market, it seems there's never one that matches your idea of smoky, caramel-hued perfection. So why not make your own? The Whisk(e)y Your Way program at House Spirits Distillery in Portland, Oregon, lets you tailor an entire barrel (about 100 bottles) to your exact specifications. And just to make sure you know what you're doing, the process kicks off with a tasting seminar, which will help you explain to your drinking companions back home why a Port finish and Oregon oak barrels are the only way to go. From $5,400; whiskeyyourway.com see more
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