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Posted Jun 21, 2010 in Arts, Decor

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Irene Suchocki: Poetry for the eyes

It’s easy to fall in love with Irene Suchoki‘s photographs. They’re mysterious, ethereal, and achingly beautiful. Born in Toronto, Suchoki moved to Montreal in 2001, and has since had her work featured in quite a few places, including Extreme Makeover: Home Edition in 2008 and 2009, Country Living Magazine, the Montreal Gazette,...

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Posted Jun 20, 2010 in Music

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SKYWHORES UNITE!!!

BALLROOM ETIQUETTE: HOW DO I LOOK? In 1992 my friend Andrew invited me to join him on an impromptu trip to NYC. Originally from NY, it was no big deal for me to go. However, he forgot to mention that the sole reason for this trip was to attend the Tiffany Ball. Having seen the documentary Paris is Burning and being a black gay man, I’ve heard...

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Posted Jun 19, 2010 in GREEN Berets

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Eating Seafood Sustainably

Our oceans are in dire need of help. Fish stocks are in fast decline and because of our bad habits their habitats are becoming more polluted by the day. So in this episode my message is simple: Watch what you eat. Educate yourself so that you are not eating a species that is critically endangered  and that your supplier, whether it be a...

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Posted Jun 18, 2010 in Events

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yourKloset’s 1st Year Anniversary

Can you believe it? We hardly can! It was one year ago today that we officially launched yourKloset.com at the Style/Beats/& Beauty party. One year later, the only real thing to say is THANK YOU! Thanks to all our loyal readers who support us day in and day out by checking out the site, sharing our stories, and promoting yourKloset.com any...

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Posted Jun 18, 2010 in GREEN Berets

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Simple Spill Solution

Surfing the net and feeling a bit bored on a rainy day, I came across this video that brought a smile to my face. Two men from the south of the United States have thought of a way to clean up the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.  They propose using hay to soak up the oil. In their video demonstration, they show that once the hay has had time to...

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Posted Jun 17, 2010 in All Things Sex, Eco & Vintage, For Her

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Sustainability is Sexy

Looking sexy never felt so good. With a throng of lingerie lines adapting themselves to the realms of sustainable fashion, lingeristas can uninhibitedly indulge in conscious consumerism when purchasing their fine intimates. Before getting your knickers in a bunch imagining a drab collection in blah shades ranging from oatmeal to granola, you...

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