• Cover: April 19-20, 2014
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    Wear Your Chair

    Move over, Snuggie. Now there's a seat that provides all the cozy comfort you need. The Autumn/Winter chair by Polish fashion and interior designer Aga Brzostek has its own super-cuddly blanket incorporated into the design. A convenient pocket for magazines keeps reading materials and remote controls close at hand so you can hunker down for the long haul.
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  • Face Off

    Red, White & Rockin' It

    Michelle Obama is nothing if not loyal, once again wearing a dress by Jason Wu to this year's Inaugural Ball. Which of Wu's gowns do you prefer: the white one from 2009 or the red one from last night?

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  • who knew?

    Lost in Translation

    With the English language being over 500 years old and having at least a quarter of a million unique words, you might think there'd be a way to say everything. But The Week has rounded up 14 words from other languages, that, sadly, have no English equivalent. If we can come up with a word for "the sending of sexually explicit messages or images by cell phone," we can certainly come up with an equivalent for "cafune," the Brazilian Portuguese word for "tenderly running your fingers through your lover's hair."
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