How cool is this! 9 Hours is a Japanese hotel with a difference. The hotel creators have taken an entirely new approach to the capsule hotel industry, in step with the needs of a modern society streaming with business men and travelers on-the-go. Of course, after a tiring day and long day, these vagabonds need a resting place that is simple and hassle-free. Hence, a hotel with aesthetic qualities as simple and efficient as the service. Watch video below!
When LA closed down one of its major freeways in mid-July, many Los Angelenos were–in this order– freaked out, surprised, relieved and ecstatic about how nice it was to face the city traffic-less.
It’s eerie, peaceful and beautiful all at once.
Olivia’s Spring covershoot was just as fun as the celeb herself. From singing Disney tunes in the dressing room to dancing to 90′s hip hop, Munn kept our spirits up with her endless streams of LOL quips. The photos are gorgeous (as you already saw) but the video’s even more awesome! (Cause Olivia talks and moves and her hair blows in the wind and stuff) Check it out below:
Last week we showed you some photos from the red carpet premiere of The Warrior’s Way, starring Korean superstar Jang Dong Gun, Kate Bosworth, Geoffrey Rush and Danny Huston.
Here, check out Audrey‘s red carpet interviews of Jang, Bosworth and Huston below:
The Warrior’s Way is playing in theaters now. Check local listings or the official website.
Video by Kelly Li, edited by Allen Lee.
We told you about Margaret Cho’s new album Cho Dependent in our Fall 2010 issue. Now she’s just released her latest video, “Lice,” featuring Ben Lee. This is what Cho says about the icky-titled song:
“I wrote this song with Ben Lee who I absolutely worship. He helped me so much with the album and I can never thank him enough. He send me the instrumental when I was in Morocco last year, and recovering from a rather mild case of head lice. I didn’t know what the song was yet, but then I thought, write what you know. I know about head lice. I love how the song came out, and Jack Rudy’s harmonica is a perfect punchline. Thanks to Kevin Avery as the louse!!” — Margaret Cho
Ready for it? Here it is:
Remember watching MTV Cribs and seeing how stars like 50 Cent and Kimora Lee Simmons with their own theaters in the comfort of their homes? As convenient as that may sound, nothing beats the world’s first sunglasses-style video eyewear, Wrap 310 by Vuzix.
Wrap 310, featured on Oprah as one of the best new gadgets, is the only traditional-style sunglasses with a big screen experience. You can wear it virtually anywhere, and it can be connected with most portable video sources, which include iPods, iPhones and portable DVD players.
Vuzix, started by Paul Travers, is now a world-leader in video eyewear technology. They also are in the process of creating changeable lens for the Wrap 310 in an array of colors to keep you from looking like Blade.
Just comment below by October 20, 11:59 p.m., and we’ll pick one lucky winner to own a pair of these high tech spectacles, which retail for $250! Early Christmas gift anyone?