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Jeremy Lin Nail Art; Grocery Carts for Non-Grandmothers

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NEW YORK CITY—Behold the Jeremy Lin manicure, above. This conceptual piece of nail art comes to us via Beauty High, who sourced it from @TheAugustaWind. We suppose you could also paint Lin's face on your nails, but that would require serious brush control. [Beauty High]

NEW YORK CITY—Very important grocery store update: Young people are now pushing granny carts. And the Times is on it: "I walked over to Trader Joe’s to count the granny carts and to see who was doing the pushing. I was thrilled when I found fashionable 23-year-old twin sisters lingering in the meat aisle with a small blue version. One, Jessica Ragolia, called it her 'nonna cart' and said it had been a birthday gift from her roommate. She was so excited when she got it, 'she actually screamed,' her sister, Jaclyn, said." [NYT]