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The days of "water-cooler" gossip are over! But hold your sigh of relief because we are introducing you to the keg-cooler. Arnold Worldwide is one of the first offices to make the move toward booze. This Boston ad agency has its very own beer-vending machine (named Arnie) and after a long day of work the employees gather around to just chat. The higher-ups at Arnold Worldwide that this makes their employees want to stay longer and work even harder. Beyond that, they also believe this perk helps to attract young new talent and prevent current employees from leaving. Win/win? We think so... More»
We can't always be perfect, but we certainly expect the celebrities, politicians, sports stars, and idols we follow to be! Lately, its hard not to notice an overwhelming volume of jaw-dropping gaffs occurring on the news waves. From Justin Beiber to Serena Williams to Don West, we have rounded up this weeks biggest blunders of pop culture icons that have landed them in our doghouse! More»
This April, Pew Research's Social & Demographic Trends' survey found that the average age for a first marriage is 27 for women and 29 for men. That sounds about right, but just ten years ago, the average was 23 for women and 26 for men. Flash back to 1980 and the average ages were 22 and 25 respectively. Read more about what the research has uncovered about what this means for the rest of our lives! More»
For those of us on the East Side, the subway can be a bit frustrating with only one line running down Lexington Avenue. While Bloomberg is in his office banning us from drinking big sodas, who is worrying about those poor 1st Avenue pedestrians? The East Side Access is the long-awaited answer to that problem, but we expect more delays on this then Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby. More»
Men have gotten a bad rep for considering the superficial before the intellectual, or basically, thinking with the wrong head. While women like to think they look past the brawn and at the brains. Well, the numbers don't lie and according to a recent Australian survey, the stereotypes do. More»
The unexpectedly quick divorce settlement between Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes? You can thank little Suri for that. Apparently both sides were gearing up for legal war when it was impressed upon them how damaging the whole thing would be to their daughter. Give them credit for that. [TMZ]
-Carly Rae Jepsen has released her new single with Owl City. Is it as catchy as Call Me Maybe? [Buzzfeed]
-LeBron James...I mean the Miami Heat finally won a NBA championship last night. Dan Gilbert congratulates LeBron. Well not really. [SBNation]
Friday, December 6
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