Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie: Gorgeous. Talented. Award-winning. Philanthropists, humanitarians, hotties. And that's not all: They've been writing love letters to each other.
A post on Slate today claims that women with red hair are sexualized and men with red hair are reviled. We're here to say LONG LIVE RED-HEADED MEN.
Charles and Ray Eames, the visionary couple behind the chair you're currently sitting in, also have a pretty fantastic love story.
On Valentine's Day, a Toronto teen who attends a Catholic school distributed a letter about "inner beauty" to female classmates against the administration's wishes. Now, the student's been suspended and he wants his name cleared, claiming he was just trying to be a nice guy. Writing girls letters telling them how they…
After Curbed reported Courtney Love's efforts to buy Milla Jovovich's Greenwich Village townhouse failed, she Tweeted "@curved" asking for real estate recommendations. Here, Courtney shares her take on the properties.
Courtney Love — stripper, actor, rock star, widow, drug addict, Nelson College for Girls alumna, deadbeat mom, author, litigant, blogger, vintage enthusiast, and all-around Bad Girl — is an individual who seemingly has an uncommon devotion to making bad choices.
Dear John, the latest Nicholas Sparks tearjerker, is the story of romance patriotism and the conflicts of love and country. The real-life version, one woman tells Salon, was a very different matter:
Why is the internet so much better for breakups?
Your "friends" are probably telling you not to read the indictment. (You know what indictment! The one charging your Ponzi sheming ex, Raffaello Follieri. Look, only 18 pages. It's not a script) And let me tell you something, Anne, and this is beside the point, but those same fucking friends avoiding the topic,…
Tomorrow is the first day of February, and the Valentine's Day crap has hit the fan! Scientific American is feeling the love — the magazine has a series of articles about kissing, orgasms and monogamy. There are sexy little stories in New Scientist and the Daily Mail, too. Ready to snuggle up to some cold, hard facts?