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Introducing Air Bonsai: The Floating Tree

Posted on January 22, 2016 at 1:18 pm by Jacques — Make a Comment

The Japanese decided that their tiny bonsais should be not only cute but cool too, so they made them float in the air like magic. The designers at The Hoshinchu Team named their creation “Air Bonsai.” It consists of the bottom half called the “energy base” and the floating ball – the “little star.” Both […]

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The North Face Purple Label 2016 Spring Lookbook

Posted on January 13, 2016 at 2:42 pm by Jacques — Make a Comment

Fresh off a solid Fall/Winter 2015 drop, The North Face’s Japanese PURPLE LABEL imprint returns with a lengthy look at its upcoming offerings for Spring 2016. Whereas last season’s collection went all-in on warm woolens and heavyweight military-inspired outerwear, the latest range injects some colors and patterns alike as bright red hoodies and shorts are […]

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EVOLVEFEST: We’re Not Homophobic, We Just Hate Gays

Posted on January 7, 2016 at 2:43 pm by OUTtv — Make a Comment

  EVOLVEFEST, an electronic dance music festival, has stirred up controversy after clarifying on their Facebook community page that the festival is not LGBTQ friendly.  The festival, though it touts itself as “a visionary community of bold souls, kind minds and artistic mystics,” is not new to scandal. Last year’s festival had to be moved […]

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National Geographic 2015 Photo Contest Winners Impress

Posted on December 31, 2015 at 12:05 pm by Jacques — Make a Comment

National Geographic has announced the winners of its 2015 Photo Contest, and as always, they do not fail in communicating the decisive moment captured within the majesty of nature. The winning photo this year depicts a destructive anti-cyclonic tornado narrowly missing a farm in Simla, Colorado, proving a poignant reminder of our helplessness in the face of […]

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10 Magnificent Forests To Visit

Posted on December 15, 2015 at 11:36 am by Jacques — Make a Comment

I’m lucky enough to live in the Pacific Northwest, and aside from hipsters and the imminent “big one” earthquake, we have some of the most beautiful forests I’ve ever set foot in. The massive trees, the undergrowth of ferns, the moss on everything; I love it all. But my neck of the woods aren’t the […]

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Homorazzi New Year’s Special

Posted on December 12, 2015 at 2:53 pm by OUTtv — Make a Comment

Get the champagne out and throw on your fanciest robe. Ring in the new year in style with a very special New Year’s episode of Homorazzi.  Kick back as Tommy, Patrick and Adam delve into some of the year’s biggest celebrity successes & scandals. The year has been jam-packed with juicy gossip moments. From Donald […]

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Uniqlo’s Sports-Casual Spring/Summer 2016 Lookbook

Posted on December 3, 2015 at 3:53 pm by Jacques — Make a Comment

Uniqlo prepares for the upcoming Spring/Summer 2016 season with a new lookbook featuring some strong sport-casual looks. The Japanese megabrand’s basic staples are styled carefully to create a refined look that’s home on any modern city’s streets. Classic menswear pieces are even added in to the mix to appeal to Uniqlo’s wide-ranging demographic. If there’s one […]

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Bianca Del Rio Rolodex of Hate Tour Hits Vancouver Dec. 8

Posted on at 12:51 pm by OUTtv — Make a Comment

RuPaul’s Drag Race season 6 winner and drag superstar Bianca Del Rio is making her triumphant return to Vancouver for this first time in a year, this time with her hugely successful Rolodex of Hate Tour.  The self-proclaimed “clown in a dress” is set to deliver her unique mix of typical drag camp, cabaret and stand-up material […]

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Good Times In Palm Springs

Posted on November 24, 2015 at 3:36 pm by Jacques — Make a Comment

Greetings readers, I recently returned from a wonderful vacation in sunny Palm Springs. These days, the entire Palm Springs metro area is growing and offers entertainment for all ages, although the most common demographics still consists of retirees. Palm Springs offers indoor and outdoor activities. Known for its hiking, mid-century modern architecture, natural beauty, and […]

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Supersonic airplane ‘Son of Concorde’ could fly as early as 2021

Posted on November 22, 2015 at 3:55 pm by Jacques — Make a Comment

A new business jet named the “Son of Concorde” is a step closer to shuttling passengers from New York to London in a mere three hours and Los Angeles to Tokyo in six. Aerion, the supersonic-jet maker backed by Texas billionaire Robert Bass, plans to choose a manufacturing site during the first half of next […]

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