You know how high heels are really bad for your feet? Well, one bar thinks that you should be required to harm your feet in order to get through their doors! Cool, right? ProAbition, a self-proclaimed “UltraLounge” in Riverside, California, put out a flier on Facebook to encourage people to attend their 1920s-themed opening night. On it, they included a guide for how customers should dress. More
You know, I’ve always been apt to regard bathrooms as the last modern sanctuary. When I was a kid, whenever I felt overwhelmed by… anything, really… I’d lock myself in the bathroom and read. I knew that I could basically stay there as long as I wanted and no one could ask to see me or bother me. I still feel like they’re safe places, in general. I guess the owners of the Shimmy Club in Glasgow really wanted me to stop feeling that way, because they installed two way mirrors in their bathrooms. More
What is going on with high schools these days? First, the whole “not having integrated prom in 2013” thing and now, students apparently feel the need to make clubs based on being caucasian and the apparent oppression that accompanies being caucasian and how awful it is to exist as a caucasian person in a world full of – gasp — acceptance of others. More
Granted, I had never given or received a lapdance and my experience of hoes-and-champagne rap videos was very limited, but I had faith in myself. More
So, Lindsay Lohan had a major run in the law this week, when she and her mother got into a limo fight in the wee hours of the morning after partying at some club (you can listen to the extremely depressing emergency phonecall Lindsay made to her father Michael over at TMZ). Anyway, the story inspired us to wonder, who goes clubbing with his/her parents? The answer is Gloss EIC Jennifer Wright. …but she does it for the waffles. More
On Paris Hilton, cool moms, and my personal partying philosophy. More
I hate baggy pants. I think they make people look like they do not understand how pants work. (Pants working = pants that stay above your hips unsopported by your hands. Pants falling down your butt = pants fail). I discriminate strongly against people who do not seem to understand pants because they do not seem to understand pants. I did not realize until today that I was a bigot. More
Or at least it did in 1968. You can check out a more complete list of rules at TheHairpin, but we’re really excited to brush up on the watusi. Because, really, no physical contact during dancing? At the Playboy Club? … More
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Over at Gawker, Brian Moylan lists seven things not to do at a club. They include taking pictures (too much flashiness), dancing on the banquette (you’re not Paris), and holding hands with your entire posse (too clusterfuck-inducing).
And while these are all very, very solid suggestions, none of them are as embarrassing as, say, puking on the DJ, pocket-dialing your significant other while making out with someone else, or crying your eyes out loudly in front of all your friends…who are there for your birthday. More
Long Beach, California, has a new nightclub called Bounce which is all about the full-figured ladies. The club, a hangout for Big Beautiful Women, caters to plus-size women and provides a place to dance, drink, party, and just hang out. … More
My night with a broken heel. My heel was a little cracked before the night started. The weekend before, actually, is when the crack in the heel came about. I was just too lazy to find a shoe maker and … More
I’ll grant that I’ve never seen anything like this sink before, made by Modern Living. And while it’s a custom-ish design, it still manages not to look like a pretentious sink in a newly opened club that the owners thought … More
Newspaper columnist Cathy Hamilton was chronicling a personal account of the adventures and misadventures of being a woman over 50 in a weekly column called Boomer Girl Diary for a local newspaper when she began searching online for a community … More