Chris Brown better watch his back or he might get fouled by a very tall and very protective point guard. Brown’s former better half, Rihanna, was spotted partying with 6-foot-3 Baron Davis and his L.A. Clippers teammates at the Los Angles hotspot My House.
Last Thursday, friends, advisors and staff of YourTango gathered to celebrate the site's continuing growth and thriving community—and break some of those pesky New Year's resolutions. Here are some highlights from the party, which included plenty of drinks, sweets and Cheez Whiz (which, evidently, did not follow grunge out of style in the '90s).
Jermaine Stewart said it long ago: "We don't have to take our clothes off to have a good time." You said it, Jermaine. Touch releases calming hormones; not touching makes you stressed. The solution? A cuddle party. During each three-hour cuddle party workshop participants learn the art of non-sexual consentual touch. That's right. A class on how to hug.
Liz Tuccillo, Sex and the City writer and co-author of He's Just Not That Into You, stays out all night in Iceland and realizes it's easy to stay out late when it's light at 4:30 am, and that 24-hour daylight leads to lots of partying.
You deserve a few laughs—it's Friday! Head over to Nymag.com and read a hilarious-yet-cringe-inducing post by Neel Shah, "How Not To Hit On Models: A Primer." Unless you're easily offended, that is. Nymag.com sent Radar magazine's Neel—who is, in fact, eye candy but nevertheless gets his posts tagged under "douchebag diary"—over to a Prada party to see how badly he could crash and burn at picking-up the lovelies.
Despite my views, I find the recent speculation about the death of marriage absurd, if only because it doesn’t acknowledge the hypnotic power of matrimony. All the proof you need can be found in the tight smiles of single men at weddings, in the ever-teary eyes of the unwed women, in the fear and envy behind both. The very thing, I realized, that my girlfriend of two years and I were walking into as we arrived at the rehearsal dinner.
I spent last weekend at a bachelor party at my friend's lake house. As you may have noticed, I am a girl. In fact, there were many girls there, and I like that. Now that a bazillion people I know are getting married, I've realized that the whole bachelor/bachelorette party thing has changed, in a way that is awesome.
Throw a sophisticated, grown-up version of those wild soirees you used to have in college. Hosting a party doesn't have to be all stress, it can be quite fun. Because just like those college days, the key to a good cocktail party is the right spirits, the perfect mixers, your closest friends, and maybe some snack to soak up the drinks.