It’s all about boobs. From about age 11 on. From the first bra to prom dresses to nursing — or not nursing. To lumps and doctors offices. One woman’s motivation to walk for Susan G. Komen. Part I of II.
My 12-year-old cousin spent a significant chunk of Thanksgiving playing around with the Motorola/Verizon/Google Droid. While I’ll take issue with his contention that the battery life is good, I think you’ll find his “hands-on review” at least as good as my own from a few weeks back (okay, I admit, it’s better).
As Cyber Monday rolls into town, we’d like to point out that the cost — or lack thereof — isn’t nearly as important as picking something cool. There are plenty of affordable-yet-awesome gifts, even without a “Cyber Monday” deal. Our list of gifts for 2010.
We’ve endorsed the (admittedly “no duh”) principle that it’s more cost-effective to make your coffee — quality coffee — at home than going out all the time. Enter the mighty French press. A step-by-step guide, complete with photos.
We launched this site with a placeholder post positing the question “What the hell kind of bird is this?” Four months later, we’ve finally got our answer. Or at least, -an- answer.
There’s cranberry sauce, and then there’s cranberry soused! Seeing as it’s the holidays, and you’re spending a lot of time with the family, these recipes for cranberry-accented cocktails might come in handy.
Black Friday, that hallowed shopping day after Thanksgiving that heralds the Christmas/Holiday shopping season, has become increasingly risky in the past few years. Don’t get squashed — try some of these activities instead.
Usually I devote my piece of Osmosis real estate to setting right the political wrongs. But now that we’re upon the one holiday that unites us all, I thought I’d take a minute to discuss why Thanksgiving is truly is an American Experience.
We’re excited to announce that Ken Coffelt of The Kennelco Film Diary will be contributing to Osmosis Online with his movie reviews–some original, some from the archive–as well as non-film pieces. When asked about ideas for a “Thanksgiving movie,” he quickly offered up Terrence Malick’s ‘The New World.’
Once you start to become a real cocktail enthusiast, you will want to make drinks for yourself. For that, you’ll have to learn how to make them. For essential tips and tricks, here are some invaluable resources: several books that can help you appreciate the art of crafting a cocktail.