MANteresting: A Pinterest for men Men don't pin things; they nail them, according to new male-oriented social bookmarking site, MANteresting. As Pinterest has taken off, its growth has been primarily driven by its overwhelmingly female user base. As a result, the site and its pinboards have a distinctly feminine touch. Enter MANteresting, the newly-launched social bookmarking site with the tagline: “Interesting. Man. Things.”
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Students protest yoga pants ban Several students at a Houston high school said they were punished for wearing yoga pants to school. The students attend Memorial High School. A Spring Branch Independent School District spokesperson said the rule is clearly stated under the dress code section of the student handbook. To protest the yoga pants rule, students created a Facebook page encouraging students to wear the pants to school on Thursday. Some students said they were given in school suspensions for wearing the tight-fitting pants. However, school officials said they may have given out detentions but not suspensions.
Seymour Templar By James Cheng Seymour Templar’s work has been published in numerous online publications, but this New York-based photographer is genuinely humble about his photographic beginnings, referring to himself as an "accidental photographer." He says that much of what he knows about photography he learned from other photographers on Flickr. Accidental photographer: Making pictures of 'our own personal little gods'
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The Auction Publicity website reports that,"Two-Day sale at Philip Weiss auctions realizes a record $5.2 million as rare stamps, Peanuts comic strips and more bring dizzying prices." The auction took place last weekend, May 17-18, in Oceanside, New York. According to the write-up,"The key to the weekend’s success was Part 2 of The Newport Stamp Collection, which featured some of the most rare and coveted philatelic U.S. examples in existence." It goes on to say, "Part 1 of The Newport Collection made headlines when, on February 9, an unused 1869 24-cent inverted stamp, #120, one of only four known, soared to $1.271 million. May 2008
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Rana Florida: Creative Spaces: New Lives for Abandoned Buildings Built in the 14th century as a monastery for the Crutched Friars, the complex, which includes a Gothic church, enjoyed a brief second life as a government office building before it was abandoned in 1979. Late in 2000, it was thoroughly renovated and repurposed as a luxurious, five-star hotel. The old monastery houses most of the guestrooms, while the Renaissance-style concierge building and a newly-built annex accommodate the remaining spaces. The former church now contains a stunning reception area, conference rooms, a library, a boutique and a coffee bar. Photo Credit: Holly Hayes, Flickr Built in the 14th century as a monastery for the Crutched Friars, the complex, which includes a Gothic church, enjoyed a brief second life as a government office building before it was abandoned in 1979.
Could it be -- Christian Dior has finally chosen a new designer?? According to Women's Wear Daily, the day is indeed getting closer. Raf Simons, currently creative director for Jil Sander, is reportedly in talks with Dior to become the storied house's next couturier. While the job has sat vacant for nearly a year, after former creative director John Galliano's arrest and "I love Hitler" debacle, Simons' name had been in the back of many industry insiders' minds for consideration. Raf Simons To Dior: Report