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One of the strangest and most enjoyable things that I’ve read this week is Aaron Schuster’s “A Philosophy of Tickling,” which appeared in the summer issue of Cabinet magazine.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney was so concerned that terrorists might hack the medical device implanted near his heart in order to deliver a fatal shock that he disabled a function that allowed the defibrillator to be administered wirelessly, the Associated Press reported.
By Marty Hackel Centennial: Francis Ouimet's U.
Our cover man Michael Fassbender puts moto style into drive this month and among the sleek leather jackets, cool moto-inspired jeans, and perfectly beat up boots the actor sports in our pages is one sharp timepiece from Bell & Ross.
Karolina Kurkova goes for gold.
Blue Is the Warmest Color is an absorbing, nuanced love story about a tumultuous romance between two women, but it's a 10-minute sex scene that has generated all the buzz.
Handbag designer Clare Vivier had lots to celebrate last night: lovely fall weather, the rebranding of her company to a the breezily shortened "Clare V," and the opening of her East Coast boutique in stylish Nolita.
The @marcjacobsintl spring ‘14 sandals up close.
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