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    Apparently young British parents have deemed George, Joe and James très passé, because there's been a continued rise in Game of Thrones-inspired male monikers, with Theon and Tyrion leading the pack. Because who doesn't want their kids to carry on a legacy of violence porn and misogynistic objectification?

    According to the U.K. Office of National Statistics, last year there were 18 Theons, 17 Tyrions, 4 Sandors and 4 Brans, though the largest surge in GoT names was in 2011 when the show first aired. And while you probably thought baby names bottomed out at shit like Arrow or Apple, just remember that there's potential for a lil'"Reek" in the future.

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    MTV's Video Music Awards moon man has a new look this year thanks to Jeremy Scott.

    The Moschino designer, and, psst, one of our upcoming September cover stars, has a loyal fan base among pop's heavy hitters, regularly dressing our current cover girl Miley Cyrus (who's hosting this year's VMAs), Madonna and current campaign star Katy Perry.

    Scott's flourishes include a rainbow-colored design -- an homage to MTV's iconic '80s TV color bars logo. Mr. Moon is also wearing a pair of Scott's Adidas sneakers.

    The whole thing needs more Cheetos in our opinion, but we can't have everything in life. #Snackwave forever.

    The VMAs air August 30th. Watch Cyrus debut Scott's new design in the clip below.
     



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    Red-hot RuPaul's Drag Race runner-up debuted her super-fun new single "Body Parts" a couple of weeks, and now we've got the tres chic video to go with it. The track, off Act's new Kaleidoscope EP, is an ode to gender-fluid love and could not come at a more ideal time for trans visibility, gender identification and its imprint on pop culture. "Now that you got me is this what you thought," purrs Act. "Rip off the label, I'm not what you bought. But you still like me, what does that mean? I'll be your peaches, just add cream."

    Act had this to say about the song and video, which feels straight out of the '90s: "I wrote with Jake Shears (Scissor Sisters) and Sam Sparro about gender and sex. It's about having relations with straight-identifying men when your body parts don't match those of a biological female...The video is really sexy and made me want to touch myself when I watched it. I've worked with The Squared Division many times over the years. I was so excited and honored to create this video with them. Its so slick and sexy."

    Give it a watch above and get ready to touch yourself.

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    WARNING: GROSS DENTISTRY PHOTOS AHEAD.


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    "Gap band" braces are the horrifying new beauty trend that purports an at-home approach to orthodontics. Primarily aimed at image-conscious teens who cannot afford braces, it entails the daily wearing of small rubber bands around your teeth to eliminate gaps -- though the actual "After" photo should compel you to never try DIY dentistry at home. 

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    What's even worse than that terrifying snap though is the new influx of companies like Gapfix, TeethGap.com and Orthofill, who are trying to monetize on this dangerous trend -- despite the fact that the American Journal of Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics issued a consumer alert last year on the misuse of these bands, as they can lead to intense root, bone and gum damage, as well as tooth loss. 



    Incredibly painful (duh), they're advertised as"cheap, quick fixes" that are "non-intrusive,""safe," and, uh, "orthodonist-developed" (sure), they retail for anywhere between $5-$57, depending on which "service" you decide to use. 

    And while they probably don't include the actual results in their Microsoft Paint-made pamphlet, the fact that this shit hasn't been reported the Better Business Bureau is a little mind-boggling, especially since it's a pretty dangerous con. Because while these sorts of "tutorials," utilizing objects like Goody hair bands, have been floating around YouTube for the past few years, these new companies looking to make a profit off of teen insecurity are a more recent development and suggest an even more disturbing surge in this trend.

    After all, never underestimate a youngin's desire to address their physical insecurities in the fastest way possible, especially if the "solution" seems cheap and easy. Look no further than FantabulousFrootloop's chilling video to see a girl no older than 12 showing other gap-toothed kids this "really good idea."



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    The magical genius that is Kate McKinnnon's Justin Bieber impression has never been better implemented by SNL than in their January Bieber Calvin Klein underwear adspoof. Today, SNL released this additional footage from the sketch and it's just so good, from the dry humping to the relentless dick jokes to Cecily Strong as a deeply unamused Lara Stone. Yo. Watch it above.

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    tumblr_nt0gciOgHI1udbk4vo1_1280.jpgIf you still have 😍 for emoji-related creative projects and haven't reached  💤 fatigue given Emoji IRL photographs, the Emojinalysis blog or that mind-numbing retelling of The Big Lebowski using emojis -- there's more where that came from. Meet the new Emoji Films Tumblr, which attempts to recreate film posters with them.


    From the running boy for Forrest Gump, a syringe for Trainspotting and a video cassette for The Ring, it's all there -- including Showgirls. Check it out here.


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    Our current cover star Miley Cyrus is one of the few celebrities who continue to speak up about the problematic industry she grew up in -- and her new cover interview with Marie Claire zeroes in the negative effects Hollywood beauty standards have had on her personally, including body dysmorphia and anxiety. 

    Introduced to the world as fictional pop star Hannah Montana back in 2006, Cyrus explained that a lot of her body image issues stem from the toxic beauty standards she had to grapple with as a child star on the cusp of puberty.

    "From the time I was 11, it was, 'You're a pop star! That means you have to be blonde, and you have to have long hair, and you have to put on some glittery tight thing,'" she said. "I was told for so long what a girl is supposed to be from being on that show."

    "I was made to look like someone that I wasn't," she continued explaining. A fact that resulted in some body dysmorphia when the show ended in 2011 as, "I had been made pretty every day for so long, and then when I wasn't on that show, it was like, Who the fuck am I?" 

    However, it's evidently influenced the way she thinks now, as Cyrus has become one of the most vocal proponents for alternative beauty, gender equality and feeling proud of your body -- doing things like growing out her armpit hair, dying it pink and protesting female nipple censorship.

    "I'm probably never going to be the face of a traditional beauty company unless they want a weed-smoking, liberal-ass freak," she said. "But my dream was never to sell lip gloss. My dream is to save the world."





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    It's all holiday humdrum in the new video for Beirut's "Gibraltar," which sees Zach Condon & Co. exploring sandy dunes, CGI mountaintops and sparkling waterfront on their extended summertime journey.

    Unsurprisingly, the visuals still subscribe to the Wes Anderson school of washed out cinematography, with the beach fort and vintage suitcases not dissuading from the "adventure quirk factor." Though it's interesting to note that this time around, the music is markedly more key-based, with much less reliance (comparatively) on Condon's signature lush-hush baritone -- meaning the end effect is fittingly summer-esque with its unimpeded jaunt and wistful hook.

    Watch the video below.
     

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    Key & Peele may be getting cancelled but there's still plenty more lovably hellish characters left on what will be their final season. Case in point? "MC Mom," a middle aged suburban parent who's the type that tries to get through to her college aged son by being "down with the kids." In this case, that means sending her son an embarrassing homemade rap video showing her rhyming about his dirty room, lotion bottle, crispy socks and wads of tissue. Ew. The whole thing is all too real -- that is, until the beat changes and she suddenly becomes the hottest new rapper on the cul-de-sac. Give it a watch ahead of tomorrow night's episode above.

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    Tonight the madness continues... 4 songs left!!! W @cstavish @totally_tod @natelotz #1989

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    Alterna-prince Ryan Adams wasn't messing around when he announced that he was recording a super-sad version of Taylor Swift's 1989.

    Tracking his progress of late on his social channels, Adams posted to instagram last night that the entire 1989 cover is mixed and offered up two snippets of his takes on Swift's "Blank Space" and "Style."

    Hopefully this thing comes out soon - Calvin Harris needs something sensi to listen to while he licks his Zayn-shaped wounds in his knickers.

    Style @taylorswift #1989 Whole record is rough mixed now. What a blast!!!!

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    "Blank Space":




    "Style":


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    Clad in oversized Calvin Klein boxer briefs and mismatched stockings, Jake Levy is smoking an American Spirit as he fingers through a clothing rack in his Flatbush apartment. Jake's friends, a beautiful, well-dressed bunch that look like they could be cast in a Harmony Korine movie, are strewn on a mattress listening to Ciara and critiquing his outfits.

    The 24-year-old stylist opts for a vintage Moschino button-down covered in phrases like "Non-conformist" and "Attention" before converting it into a makeshift pencil skirt to pair with a sheer gold tank top. This is his look for "Thotlandia," a rager he's co-hosting tonight at Bushwick's Club Republic.

    While Jake's often spotted at NYC's of-the-moment parties, the LA transplant has had a diverse array of day jobs that include working in a birthing clinic to babysitting to note-taking for focus groups. Fashion, however, is his main love. After a modeling scout found him on Instagram, he was cast in shows for Vaquera and 69 Worldwide during NYFW this past February. And what began as a vacation ended up being a permanent stay. "I had to be [in New York] to realize 'Oh wait, it's all here.' I needed to come here to have it smacked into me that 'you will continue to be a nanny forever unless you change your location'," he explains between sips of white wine. So he cancelled his flight back to LAX, moved to Brooklyn, and here we are. Recently, he's been making the transition from model to stylist and has styled shoots for Editorial Magazine, Novembre Magazine and Bullett Media. He was also one of the forces behind Instagram trend #HeelConcept.

    As Jake continues to get ready, he lets us talk to him about everything from thot culture, Marc Jacobs, and political theory. Read his thoughts, and check out Rebecca Smeyne's photos, below.


    "I'm surprisingly influenced by rock 'n' roll... D.I.Y. Carrie Bradshaw...Oh! And The Sopranos. I'm very influenced by American mafia cinema. Sopranos, The Godfather, Goodfellas, Casino."


    "[My dad] brought me to work one day [to his office at the Virgin Records headquarters] and it turned out the Spice Girls were coming in. And they were obsessed with me...There's photos of Ginger and Scary Spice playing tug-of-war with me and they were like 'He's my boyfriend!''No, he's MY boyfriend!' I'm not humble about it."


    "I don't identify as trans. I'm sort of a transvestite in that I wear women's clothing...I wouldn't refer to it as drag. Drag is definitely performing a gender, and when I wear a dress I'm not trying to perform a specific gender. It's what I think looks good on my body."


    "My favorite episode of Sex and the City is 'Splat!' when that woman falls out the window. The reason why that's my favorite episode, besides the fact that the woman falls out the window, is because Carrie Bradshaw wore the most amazing Marc Jacobs dress from the fall 2002 ready-to-wear collection in that scene."


    "I [first visited NYC] when I was seventeen...I didn't do anything touristy. I was trying to be underground about it except that I wasn't. I was, like, going to Soho."


    "When Rich Homie Quan's 'Flex' comes on, I go off. That is my song right now. 'Walked in, 30 thousand in my pocket...'"


    "My dream is to be Rihanna's creative director. Like, fire Mel. And don't take that off the record. I'd really like her to wear brands like Vetements and Grace Wales Bonner."


    "As fashionable as I am, I hate being fashionably late."


    "By the time I was 10, I had a crazy knowledge of the history of movies. Most of the movies I wasn't allowed to see but one of the fun things about that is I'd imagine what those movies were based on information, so I'd fill in the blanks. I think that's still so much a part of me. I feel like, even as a stylist now, I like having certain limitations and filling in certain blank spaces that aren't immediately present."


    "I have my own idea of what thots are. It refers to a lot of girlfriends or wives of powerful people but also people who are powerful in and of themselves. And some people might be like 'It's a hoe,' but I'm sorry because a thot is a caretaker. Not in a negative, demeaning way but in a loving way."


    "Here, the nightlife situation is very much related to the fashion industry and other media industries. It's a more multifaceted scene [compared to Los Angeles]. You can be a nightlife person and be a stylist."


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    Kanye's got more than a few famous friends to choose from, but his latest collection is being modeled in the new issue of GQ by Abel Tesfaye aka pop-crooner The Weeknd. And Tesfaye looks good in all this utilitarian-chic outerwear, which plays with shiny fabrics, big pockets and a collection of comfy-looking accent knits -- even if these piece will set you back anywhere from $545 to $3250. 

    Check out the looks below and start saving.

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    WelcometoProvincetown.jpgWith only a day in Provincetown there's not a moment to lose, so you'll want to get started right away.

    Start at the Provincetown Town Hall -- a good central point to orient yourself. If you get turned around, you can always find it by following the smell of salt water taffy and the noise of tourists.

    Connies-Bakery_3.jpgGrab some breakfast provisions at Connie's Bakery to keep your energy up for the rest of the day (also, carbs don't count in Provincetown.) You can't go wrong with Connie's make-your-own breakfast sandwich on any of their home-baked breads. Grab a bench nearby with your breakfast for optimal people-watching or walk down the adjacent pier to snap some enviable Instagrams of the bay.

    Connie's Bakery, 205 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA 02657 (508) 487-2167

    Hail a cab and ask to go to Herring Cove beach. It should drop you off at the intersection of 6 and 6A where there is a snack stand and tons of parking. Lay out, breathe deep and take in one of the Cape's prettiest beaches.

    Local-186_3.jpgAfter your sun-soaking, head back to town for a burger-and-beer sampling at Local 186. The restaurant, situated around a picturesque New England wrap-around porch, will make you feel like you're at a summer barbecue. The menu has options for the non-red-meat inclined including tuna, turkey and veggie burgers along with salads and lobster sliders. Pictured here is the lobster salad.

    Local 186, 186 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA 02657 (508) 487-7555

    Marine-Specialties_2.jpgDigest and unwind with a leisurely stroll down Commercial Street, where locals and tourists alike peruse the street's many stores and galleries. End your night by browsing at Marine Specialties, where you can buy old airline plates, hunting-quality knifes, Halloween masks and everything in-between.

    Marine Specialties, 235 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA 02657 (508) 487-1730

    For more on Provincetown, check out PAPERMAG.com/ptown

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    The-Art-House.jpgOne great thing about Provincetown is that with a diversity of activities that include both daytime and nighttime entertainment, there's never a dull moment -- for anyone. Plus where else can you go out in flip-flops without any social stigma? Although it feels like the summer is nearly over, Ptown's premier venue, The Art House, still has plenty of entertainment jam-packed into the next month for those looking to put on their best "going out shorts."

    Aug 17th - Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick

    • Performing together for the first time in two decades the husband and wife team are putting on a show featuring singing and conversation.
    Aug. 24th - Audra McDonald
    • The six-time Tony-winning Broadway superstar will bring her commanding voice to the slightly smaller stage in Provincetown.
    Aug. 30th - Jane Krakowski
    • The Tina Fey muse is well known for her work on 30 Rock and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt but probably less known for the solo cabaret CD, The Laziest Gal in Town. Expect her to bring both comedy and song to her performance.
    Sept. 6th - Vanessa Williams
    • A performer whose genre-crossing career most surely lends itself to revealing stories, will likely let loose with some candid conversation and Pocahontas-approved songs.

    The Art House, 214 Commercial Street, Provincetown MA 02657, (508) 487-9222

    For more on Provincetown, check out PAPERMAG.com/ptown

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    Mark-Cortale-Presents_Jinkx-Monsoon@The-Art-House.jpgMark Cortale Presents Jinkx Monsoon at The Art House

    Provincetown had an active Drag Queen scene as early as the 1950s (most notably at the long-shuttered Weathering Heights Club), well before Divine's explosive Pink Flamingos performance or RuPaul's meteoric rise. It's only fitting that the town, despite its size, remains one of the most significant drag communities around with both resident performers and reality superstars paying tribute to the Ptown's vibrant scene. Below, we highlight five such queens you need to know.

    1. Dina Martina - Ptown's reigning resident Queen, Dina Martina has been performing for over 10 years at the Crown and Anchor and has a loyal and loving fan base. With her signature oversize lips, Martina hits that special spot between hysterical and horrifying -- not unlike a drag version of Mimi from the Drew Carey Show. Watch and you'll see.

    2. BenDeLaCreme - Best known for her appearance in Season 6 of RuPaul's Drag Race, her show Terminally Delightful is running through August at the Crown and Anchor. Despite winning the Miss Congeniality title on Drag Race, she was booted off earlier than many would have hoped -- but at least the experience has provided fodder for her show.

    3. Jinkx Monsoon - The season 5 winner of RuPaul's Drag Race is performing in two shows at The Art House: a one-woman act called The Inevitable Concert, and Return to Grey Gardens co-starring Peaches Christ. Jinkx is a singer and performer through and through, prior to the her work on Drag Race she starred in a Portland=based production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

    4. Varla Jean Merman - With perhaps the most diverse credits among the group, including roles on Ugly Betty, Project Runway, and All My Children, Varla Jean is legendary in Ptown and is also doing double duty as both a performer in Designing Women Meets the Golden Girls and her own show, Varla Jean Merman's Big Black Hole.

    5. Bianca Del Rio - The bitingly funny winner of season 6 of RuPaul's Drag Race is performing her acclaimed show, Rolodex of Hate, at the Art House from Aug. 10th through Sept. 4th. Bianca was a standout on the show for her wit and insultability, both of which will be in full force during her show. The run in Provincetown is also part of a nationwide tour that started back in January and ends in Portland in September.

    The Crown and Anchor, 247 Commercial St. Provincetown, MA 02657, (508) 487-1430
    The Art House, 214 Commercial Street, Provincetown MA 02657, (508) 487-9222


    For more on Provincetown, check out PAPERMAG.com/ptown



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    1R9A0716.jpgHerring Cove Beach in Provincetown is perhaps the only beach that can be compared to a speakeasy -- but don't go searching the sand for a hidden craft cocktail, the secrets of this beach are of a different indulgence. The beach stretches across the long arm of Provincetown's real estate against Cape Cod Bay and while the entirety of the long beach provides fantastic ocean access, it has been unofficially broken up by beach-goer demographics, with the gay male and nude sections most easily accessible via an unmarked natural obstacle course. For those with an adventurous spirit and strong feet read on for information usually only accessible by those in the down-low know.

    Step 1 - Prepare

    The beach is fairly secluded and given the distance necessary to travel, it's best for an all day hangout, so pack accordingly. No amenities are accessible once there, so bring standard beach supplies, food, towels, etc. If you bring drinks know that open containers of liquor are illegal on the beach. The walk covers a variety of terrain so the water shoes and Merrels that may get you ridiculed elsewhere are 100% appropriate here (though you'll also probably be fine with regular sneakers and sandals).

    Step 2 - Locate

    The entrance to the trail is on 6A Province Land Road, between the intersection of Bradford Street and the main parking area for the more popular side of the beach. It is unmarked, but usually has some bikes parked outside.

    Step 3 - Trek

    While there is no clear path you're bound to see a few others making the journey and can follow their lead. If no one is in sight, head for the horizon. The main entrance to the gay section of the beach is on the left-hand-side between two dunes. The key to it all is the tide. When it's low, the trail will be damp soil and low grass but when it's high tide, expect waist-level water that makes it necessary to prop your belongings up above your head. During high tide don't be alarmed to find people swimming in the bath-like marsh water...it's the bottom-dwelling crabs you should be concerned about.

    Step 4 - Rejoice

    The entire "hike" should take about 20-30 minutes, but it's an experience that leaves you feeling embarrassingly accomplished. The slenderness of the actual beach area means that people spread out and all tend to enjoy water views. If you feel like the adventure should continue head left to continue to the nude section.

    For more on Provincetown, check out PAPERMAG.com/ptown



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    gabriels-facade-02-flagalteration-Recovered-XL.jpgProvincetown Hotel at Gabriel's

    For any seaside vacation, a majority of your time will likely be spent outside. When you do need a place to relax and rest up, however, you'll want something charming, inviting and convenient. Where Provincetown is concerned, there are no shortage of places to stay in the area that meet that criteria, but veteran Ptown visitors book early so vacancies can be hard to come by. Booking by February or March for the summer is a good standard rule to keep in mind and we've got five places that should stay on your radar.

    1. For the Design-Savvy: Salt House Inn
    Mastering the art of being clean without being stark, beachy without being over-the-top, and modern without being cold, the Salt House Inn is new to the scene but has quickly developed a status as one of the most coveted places to stay. Rooms range in size from a compact double to an airy loft, but all come with toiletries you'll want to take home. All guests can also enjoy a seasonal breakfast in the breakfast room or take advantage of the ample seating in the outdoor garden. If Salt House Inn is booked, the owners have another property in Provincetown, the Eben House, located just a ten-minute walk down the street.

    Salt House Inn, 6 Conwell St, Provincetown, MA 02657, (508) 487-1911

    2. For the Spa-Inclined:Carpe Diem Guesthouse and Spa
    By merging the spa experience into the hotel experience, you can literally roll out of bed and walk downstairs for a full-service day of pampering at Cape Diem. If the plush rooms, sprawling backyard, and cozy common areas aren't inviting enough, the spa includes sauna, steam, massage and whirlpool options. Since this is Provincetown, the spa has its own quirks: for one, it's co-ed and two, it's clothing optional. Carpe Diem also features unexpected, exotic treatments, like the Moroccan Hamam massage, which is excellent for exfoliation.
     
    Carpe Diem Guesthouse and Spa, 12-14 Johnson St, Provincetown, MA 02657, (508) 487-4242

    3. For the Old-School Set:The Red Inn
    Set in a building that dates back to 1805, and acting as a working guesthouse for 100 years, the Red Inn is the perfect stay for New England architecture buffs. The hotel has undergone modern renovations but the exterior's white fence, shutters, and brick red facade still retains a classic Cape charm. But book early -- the Inn has only 8 accommodations, which are split between traditional rooms, suites and even private guest residences. If you're not one of the lucky few who can snag a room, the Inn also includes a fantastic fine-dining spot featuring a can't-miss raw bar happy hour.

    The Red Inn, 15 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA 02657, (508) 487-7334

    4. For Those Looking for a Pool Party:Harbor Hotel
    Despite being set further off the main drag, The Harbor Hotel is a good bet for those looking for a more all-encompassing vacation hotel. Acting as much more than just a place to crash, the hotel offers a flurry of amenities so that guests can eat, drink and play all on the property. The pool and poolside bar alone makes for a nice afternoon, and the beach fire pit could not be more charming. If being secluded isn't for you, those  yearning for the Commercial Street activity can hop aboard their complimentary town shuttle.

    The Harbor Hotel, 698 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA 02657, (855) 447-8696

    5. For Those Who Need to Be Center Stage: Provincetown Hotel at Gabriel's
    Located almost in the dead center of town at the end of the MacMillan Pier near the unmissable Pilgrim Monument, Gabriel's could not be any closer to the action. Each of the rooms are named after people, including a few celebrities (ironically the Jane Goodall room is not pet-friendly). The rooms are spread between a cluster of white-trim houses, each one as lovely as the next.

    Provincetown Hotel at Gabriel's, 102 Bradford St, Provincetown, MA 02657,
    (508) 487-3232


    Photo provided by Provincetown Hotel at Gabriel's

    For more on Provincetown, check out PAPERMAG.com/ptown


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    Peaches tapped Kim Gordon to sing the hook on her new track, "Close Up," off her forthcoming album, Rub (out September 25), and today we get to see the two team up again in the bonkers new video. In the clip we see the rapper playing a wrestler and Gordon as her vape pen-puffing coach who rolls her eyes and grumbles as Peaches faces off against a slew of female wrestlers and IRL luchadores with monikers like Dirty Sanchez (who, trigger warning, lives up to his name). The montage of competitors is pretty hypnotic -- that is, until copious amounts of various bodily fluids enter the picture. We won't spoil the what happens but watch the insane, slightly NSFW video above.

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    In a recent NY Times interview, Donald Trump said Heidi Klum was "no longer a 10" -- and Heidi just hit back with an A+ video response.

    In a clip she posted yesterday, the (still smokin') supermodel shrugs off a guy in a Trump mask who rips a "10" sign off her-- only to reveal a "9.99" below. Because while it would have been all too easy to go the "uh, have you looked in the mirror lately, Trump?" route, Klum keeps her cool -- perfectly content with being "no longer a 10," at least by Trump's trumped-up definition. 

    [h/ti-D]

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    Iconic punk group Bikini Kill has unveiled "Playground," a previously unheard track from their first recording, 1991's Revolution Girl Style Now!, which will be reissued on September 22nd via Bikini Kill Records.  

    Available now via Rolling Stone, "Playground" is a bit sludgier than the tracks that made it onto Revolution Girl Style Now!, which the bandmates attribute to Pacific Northwest cultural osmosis; in an interview with Rolling Stone, bassist Kathi Wilcox says "We were definitely listening to the bands that were happening then. I'm sure we were internalizing that to some degree."

    In 2012, the former members started Bikini Kill Records to remaster and re-release their back catalog. Revolution Girl Style Now! will be available on CD, vinyl, digitally, and in a nod to the album's first format, a bright-red cassette.

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