Royals Can’t Get Political? Then Explain Meghan Markle & Prince Harry’s Last Date

We may never be royals, but that means we get to do things like talk about what we really think of Donald Trump and wear a black gown to the BAFTAs in support of Time’s Up. The Royals are required by protocol to steer clear of anything that can be construed as political. Which makes […]

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After Wardrobe Malfunctions Dot The 2018 Olympics, Words Of Advice From A Costumer

For the second time at the Pyeongchang Olympics, a wardrobe malfunction threatened the routine of a pair of ice dancers. Much to everyone’s surprise, France’s Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron skated through the problem and still placed second in the short program. When you think about it, it’s probably more surprising this sort of thing […]

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What Is “Orange Peel Skin” — & How Can You Get Rid Of It?

When describing skin that is good, people generally resort to the same set of expressions: “as smooth as silk” (glass works, too), “lit from within,” or “softer than a baby’s bottom,” which is a questionable basis of comparison but a thing we say nonetheless. So you can see why skin that’s “like an orange peel […]

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#NeverAgain March Will Be Lead By Florida School Shooting Survivors

A group of students who survived the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida is leading a march to make changes to gun regulations. To elevate the conversation of gun control and to instigate widespread changes, these students are leading the March For Our Lives on March 24 in Washington D.C. And […]

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Does Fergie Deserve This Much Hate For Her NBA All-Star Performance?

You probably already know that Fergie sang the national anthem at the NBA All-Star Game on Sunday night. That might be because you are a basketball fan and watched the game, or it might be because of the overwhelming number of news outlets who have panned her performance. I’m sure there are exceptions, but most […]

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The Prada Foundation will transform Milan’s contemporary art offering

COMPARED WITH other major European cities, Milan’s contemporary art offering is slight. The Gallerie d’Arte Moderna, housed in a venerable palazzo, contains some important late-19th-century work, but little of note from the 20th century and nothing from the 21st. The Museo del Novecento, despite its name, is meant to consider contemporary work but has little […]

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Oscar Isaac Explores The “Pain” With Natalie Portman In ‘Annihilation’

Oscar Isaac’s first collaboration with Alex Garland was the sublime futuristic thriller Ex Machina, a project which turned Alicia Vikander into a star. Now he’s back with Garland with Annihilation, and he says that “95%” of his scenes are with fellow Star Wars vet Natalie Portman. The picture, based on the James VanderMeer novel, centers […]

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