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Sponsored Post: Don Q’s Barometer

  • Kempt Staff

The night is young. There’s no time to waste with detours and misguided bar hops. Which is why we’d like to introduce you to your new nightlife accomplice: Don Q’s Barometer.

The name’s self-explanatory. Actually, let us explain. The app pulls info from sources like Foursquare and other users to assess the atmospheric changes at your nearest bars, in real time. (Meaning, you’ll never head out into the night blindly again.) So, as the sun starts to set, you’ll fire up the app and search for whatever occasion you’re in the mood for: happy hour, first date, couples retreat, happier hour, etc. Then thumb through the real-time info being posted (you can send your own updates once you’ve arrived) and pick which bar is matching your current vibe best. No word on whether there’s a “socks-optional” bar search.

A Hulking Success

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel fell to Captain America, Iron Man, Thor and the Hulk, who brought in $200.3 million over the weekend, obliterating the previous domestic three-day record held by Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2. Combined with international openings, The Avengers has amassed $641.8 million in its first 12 days. Without Spider-Man.

More triumphs and failures from the weekend that was...»

Irina Shayk Has Some Lingerie Advice for You

  • Najib Benouar

Irina Shaykvia GQ
No, Seriously: Ms. Shayk would like to give you a few tips on buying said underthings for your significant other... while she models them. (It’s the only way you’ll learn.) [GQ]

The Bad News First: You’re not getting rich off “the next Instagram.” The good news: we just learned there’s a website dedicated to pictures of cats with cash. [Buzzfeed]

The Even Better News: There’s also a new Tumblr dedicated to the impossibly romantic and woodsy charms of Bon Iver. Folksy gentlemen Casanovas everywhere, take note. [Bon Iverotica]

Sixto Sense: Seemingly relegated to obscurity in America—working odd jobs in Detroit after two failed albums—musician Sixto Rodriguez was unknowingly a superstar in a parallel universe: South Africa. A cinematic story, to say the least. [Huffington Post]