Ditch your boring breakfast for these tasty global feasts

Nothing against omelets, yogurt or a classic bodega sandwich, but they’re not the only ways to start your day. Just look at other countries’ morning meals: In Korea, for example, brunch might mean a soothing bowl of broth, whereas in Israel, the first salad of the day hits the table at breakfast, not lunch. India…
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The Hypocrisy of Justin Bieber’s Boring, Beige Clothing Line

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According to Justin Bieber, the kids are, like, all right, I guess.

At 24 years-old, the Canadian singer has joined the ranks of performers like Kanye West, Rihanna, and Beyoncé, who all founded clothing lines.

Bieber’s take is called Drew House, and it dropped yesterday after months of hype and promotion on his own Instagram account. The first collection includes sweatshirts, t-shirts, corduroy pants, and a few button-ups, almost exclusively in varying shades of beige.

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How did the Golden Globes manage to be so boring?

Over the last two weeks, celebs went well and truly bonkers: Kevin Spacey released a homemade video in character as his amoral character Frank Underwood, claiming that we all wanted him to be, in real life, a sleaze and quite possibly a sexual predator. Angelina Jolie, whose divorce has lasted longer than her marriage and…
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In true Musk fashion, Boring Company test tunnel opening pushed back a week


Long criticized for his time management skills, billionaire inventor Elon Musk is once again behind schedule on a major project.

This time it’s the underground Hawthorne test tunnel for The Boring Company’s high-speed transit system underneath Los Angeles. A big public opening experience was scheduled for Tuesday, but a company spokesperson emailed over a new date set for Dec. 18.

Musk tweeted about the delay, expertly spinning it as an improved event that just needs a bit more attention and time to pull off. He promised “more than a tunnel opening” with autonomous transport cars and car elevators. Maybe something like the elevator approved for under a Hawthorne home the company purchased? Guess we’ll find out later this month. Read more…

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