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  • Heel or no heel, that is my question!

    The shoes one wears on her wedding day are almost as—if not just as—important as the dress itself. So it brings us to the question of heels vs. flats (or somewhere in between). Most women feel sexier and more confident in heels but what if wearing heels means you are towering over your mate? Or what if you hate wearing heels but without them would not be able to reach your spouse to give him the ceremonial kiss?
  • Scott Ellsworth on 'The Secret Game'

    Scott Ellsworth on 'The Secret Game'
    On a Sunday morning in the spring of 1944, two college basketball teams laced up and squared off against each other in Durham, N.C. The game wasn't advertised; almost no one but the players and coaches themselves knew what was happening. The doors to...

    Slip on summer's trendiest shoe

    It's pretty rare for us to see a true summer shoe trend. Some years are bigger years for a certain staple, like that year or two when espadrilles were really popular. Or, you might see a trendy iteration of one of your usual suspects. Last year, for...

    Converse putting Andy Warhol images on All Star sneakers, T-shirts

    Converse putting Andy Warhol images on All Star sneakers, T-shirts
    With all due respect to Sen. Joni Ernst, why wear bread bags on your feet when you can wear Campbell Soup cans?  The same day Ernst gave the GOP response to the State of the Union address (which included tales of a hardscrabble childhood involving shoes...

    'The Simpsons' at 25: Still going strong and rolling in the d'oh

    'The Simpsons' at 25: Still going strong and rolling in the d'oh
    "If TV has taught me anything, it's that miracles always happen to poor kids at Christmas," the now-familiar spiky-haired boy said on Dec. 17, 1989. "It happened to Tiny Tim. It happened to Charlie Brown. It happened to the Smurfs. And it's going to...