So you binged on 36 hours of Keeping Up With the Teen Real Housewives over the holidays? Took one last look at Tori Spelling's tear-stained face, and vowed, "No more!?" Cleanse your PVR palate with these entertaining (but not in an "I need a shower" way) reality TV picks. More »4 Reality TV Shows You Won't Have to Watch in Shame
The university student's Instagram account-in which he poses pics of himself dressed as Rihanna, Gaga , Queen Bey and more-has been called a parody. He tells us why it's actually all about empowerment. More »How Mina Gerges Beyoncé-ed His Way to Instagram Stardom
At least 12 people are dead after a shooting at the satirical magazine's Parisian offices, foreign students aren't helping Canada's youth unemployment crisis, and the 80-year-old author gives good face for Céline. More »The Word: On Charlie Hebdo, working holidays, and Joan Didion
We resolve to fix our own damn lives this year. Here's how we plan to do it. More »Editors' 2015 Resolutions: Make My Own Damn Smoothies
The Toronto model is staunchly opposed to skin lightening. Then she found out some of her photos were being used-without her knowledge-in advertisements for exactly that. More »Chinthiya Rajah Calls "Bullshit" on Skin Bleaching
(By face, we mean package) More »Justin Bieber Is the New "Face" of Calvin Klein
Find out how to handle a Capricorn, plus what's in the stars for your sign this month. More »January Horoscopes: It's All About Capricorns
If you just can't make it to your early morning barre class-and have money to burn-this new professional buddy system is for you. More »Would a "Fitness Concierge" Make You Work Out More?
Two love and dating experts share their concern with the state of modern dating and question why our standards have plummeted. More »Is low self-esteem to blame for our abysmal dating standards?
Canadian literature has a bit of a sombre reputation: sad things happen to good folks on the cold, cold prairie. But our home and native land also has an extraordinary canon of wicked, exciting, even kinky lit. Four Canadian authors with their own highly readable books out this season explain why you should actually dig in to these great works (including two Atwoods, natch) More »Culture Cheat Sheet: 4 Non-Boring CanLit Classics
Fashion darling Olivia Palermo doesn't just follow trends, she sets them. Here, she gives us her take on the season's best-alongside handsome new husband Johannes Huebl-then schools us on the art of style stardom. More »February Cover: The Ultrachic World of Olivia Palermo
We teamed up with our fave custom cookie maker Lindsey Gazel to count down 12 days of epic fashion moments from 2014. More »Cookie Countdown: 2014′s Best Fashion Moments
Health Canada will decide in January whether to approve abortion drug mifepristone, your e-book is disrupting your sleep cycle, and the upsides of solo matrimony. More »The Word: On abortion, e-readers, and solo weddings
Mackenzie Mauzy spills on what it was like to work with Meryl Streep, filming with real snakes and on-set shenanigans More »Into the Woods' Mackenzie Mauzy on Rapunzel Life
When CBC Television host Jessi Cruickshank blogged about being sexually harassed by her university professor, she hoped her experience might resonate with a few women. Forty minutes later, her website crashed. More »Project 97: "The Real Strength Is in Standing Up For Yourself"
Our wicked smart sex and relationships columnist, Kate Carraway, to the rescue! More »"My BF Makes More, But Always Wants To Go Halfsies!"
Canada cracks down on syrupy impostors, a nasty infection hits the NHL hard, and bust out your menorahs-the Festival of Lights starts tonight. More »The Word: On maple syrup, the mumps, and Hanukkah
Cultural critic Laura Kipnis shares the line of thought behind her new release, Men: Notes from an Ongoing Investigation. More »Author Laura Kipnis: "There's a Whole Outrage Industry"
The most entertaining shade-throwing and side-eye of the year starring Solange, Jay Z, Taylor, Katy, Lorde, Miley and more. More »Battles Royale: The Best Celebrity Feuds of 2014
Lakehead University professor Lori Chambers on how an anonymous letter changed the way the school handles sexual assault. More »Project 97: "Isn't the Purpose of a University to Lead?"