NSFW: There's 200 nude body-painted models headed to Times Square
Naked and afraid in the big city.
Well, maybe not so much "afraid." If you've made the choice to go commando in the middle of a big city, then you probably don't have much fear in you.
But on June 9, more than 200 models are gonna bare it all (only to have it painted over) in New York City's Times Square as part of the Body Notes project by a group called Human Connection Arts.
They'll be there to get their bits painted for three hours (from noon to 3 p.m.) — "in full public view" — followed by a photo shoot. (Although we're fairly certain there's gonna be more than a few creepy dudes there taking pics the entire time.)
Each model will have a saying of their choosing painted on their front and back. The idea, the group says, is "to create a powerful expression of positivity and acceptance."
NBC New York reports the event's co-sponsor is a group called the Outdoor Co-Ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society, which stages topless readings. A spokesperson for the group says all of the necessary permits have been obtained.
Then, like any good nude body-painting event, there'll be a party — with hors d'oeuvres, cocktails, live painting, music — later at Manhattan's YOTEL. No word on the dress code.
Oh, the rain date is set for June 10. (Because no one wants rain on their special bits.)
For students across the country, the traditional eighth-grade trip to Washington is a chance to join the throngs on the Mall and perhaps spot some of the world's most powerful people on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol.
But a group from South Orange Middle School in New Jersey may remember their trip to the nation's capital last week for another reason: It was the occasion for a pointed snub of House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.).
Sure, for Americans the last Monday in May is the official start of the summer season.
But Memorial Day's true purpose should never be overlooked: It's a day to commemorate the men and women who have given the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom and the country we are privileged to call home.
Bill and Barbara Steele moved to a sleepy corner of Oregon to start their own winery after successful, high-powered business careers.
Now, more than a decade later and with award-winning wine to show for their hard work, they are adding a new crop: marijuana
Before his first appearance in the Cup Final with the Nashville Predators, Neal penned this piece about what going dancing with Lord Stanley means to him.
Lord Stanley's silver chalice was in the City of Champions on Sunday afternoon.
And since most folks couldn't be there, we're happy to provide the best from Media Day at the 2017 Stanley Cup Final.