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Getting Down with North Highlands

An illustration of North Highland’s Andrew Kasperbauer, Mike Barron, Brenda Malvini, Daniel Stewart, and Jasper Berg by artist Laila Lott.

How do you find out about your new favorite bands? Do you track a daily blog, or conduct a self-propelled …

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Mod Chef: Just Desserts

It took us a few episodes to get hooked to the drama and desserts replete in Top Chef: Just Desserts, but now that we’re avid watchers every Wednesday night, we can’t get pastry chef Johnny Iuzzini and his gang …

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Five Fashionable iPad Apps

Since my iPad’s arrival, I’ve had lots of fun playing with various apps to read books and news, play games, and terrorize my cat. But today, I got down to business, and set out to find five …

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Erté’s Illustrated Typography

What does your perfect ‘type’ consist of? Tall, slender lines with a little wiggle around the edges, or bold and egotistical? Forget past relationships—I’m talking about your perfect two-dimensional type!

Just when I thought I’d seen it all, I stumbled …

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Top 10 Best Dressed Literary Characters

Dominique Francon, Daisy BuchananPhoto: Film interpretations of The Fountainhead’s Dominique Francon (left) and The Great Gatsby’s Daisy Buchanan.

Flavorwire recently compiled their list of “Literature’s 10 Best-Dressed Characters,” which included Lily Bart, of The House of Mirth, and Holly Golightly, of …

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Concert to Check Out: Klaxons

Take out a pen and paper and list your ten favorite bands of all time. Chances are more than a few of those musical artists are based in a country that’s not your own! We love new and exciting music …

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Friendship Bracelet DIY

Looking for a meaningful way to express your love for your BFF?  Or just looking to create a one-of-a-kind bracelet to sport with your fashionable outfits? We recreated one of our favorite grade school past-times to offer you a little …

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We’re Collecting Beach Fossils!

Sure, it may officially be autumn, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t missing chill summer vibes, endless sunsets, and any and everything lathered in barbecue sauce. The melodic stylings of Beach Fossils makes us even more nostalgic for carefree summer …

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Pop Pop Art

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Looking for a selection of fashionable art fit enough to decorate your stylish abode?  We here at ModCloth are head-over-heels for this amazing selection of original paintings and prints by Helena of the Etsy shop Pop Pop Portraits. With …

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National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

The month of October brings to mind things like autumn, football, and Halloween, but did you know that it’s also designated as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month?

One of the many ways organizations and individuals are acknowledging this is …

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Food Brings Families Together: Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup & Mexican Enchiladas

Beef StewEva’s Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup

Some of us inherit a knack for keen coordination or the ability to remember names, while others effortlessly acquire their mother’s pie baking talents. As part of our One Stylish Celebration, we asked our …

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How Do You Say…?

Do you ever find yourself stumbling over certain words in conversation? Are you trying to learn a foreign language and can’t quite figure out which syllables to stress? Have you ever been to a fancy French restaurant and had a …

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Music Heard Around the World

What is a celebration — especially one of global proportions — without a playlist? Every now and then we feature music from up-and-coming artists, like Tennis from Massachusetts to mixes made just for merriment — such as our post, Bands

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Food Brings Families Together: Irish Soda Bread

Like crooked teeth or wavy hair, family recipes enjoy constant re-invention as they are passed down from generation to generation.

Some family recipes live on for centuries, like my maternal family’s mint-infused take on traditional pierogies, while other culinary quirks …

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