7 New Dating Apps To Try Out If Your Love Life Is Feeling Bleak As Ever

July 2, 2017

Summer is notoriously known as uncuffing season. The weather gets hot, you wear less clothing, and couples, for some reason, feel the need to break up. What is it with 90-degree weather and people deciding they’re not in love anymore? Hookup season is also at its highest around this time, but so is your competition on dating apps. It can be rough out there.Every time I go to a pool…

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Prince Harry ‘wanted out’ of Royal Family – BBC News

June 27, 2017

He had to leave when his presence there was revealed by the press in 2007. “I felt very resentful. Being in the Army was the best escape I’ve ever had. I felt as though I was really achieving something. “I have a deep understanding of all sorts of people from different backgrounds and felt I was part of a team.” Prince Harry: No-one wants to be king He has since…

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Tracy Anderson Has a Fitness Gospel To Preach. Will She Find Listeners?

June 25, 2017

Brand extension is a risky business. For all the celebrities and TV personalities who have successfully launched lifestyle and fashion brands– Oprah Winfrey, Martha Stewart, the Kardashians–many more have failed to spin their names into business enterprises. Health and wellness is a particularly rich market for celebrity brands right now, which may explain why Gwyneth Paltrow has continued to build out her Goop lifestyle brand. Tracy Anderson, fitness guru to…

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6 Ways To Feel Like A Celebrity When You Are Actually Basic AF

June 19, 2017

Ah, celebrities. Theyre so crazy constantly doing things that look uncomfortable, irrational, unsafe, and meaningless, just because they can. I totally get it and I would, too. I have this theory that part of why we love terrible reality TV shows that feature young, beautiful, and often stupid people is because deep down we get to feel like them tan, gorgeous, rich if only for half an hour. So, how…

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General election 2017: What caused Labour’s youth vote surge? – BBC News

June 16, 2017

Labour’s adverts had consistently been shared more widely by social media users, he said. Part of this appears to be down to the difference in tone of the adverts. While the Conservatives had almost entirely focused their adverts on the strength of Prime Minister Theresa May and the weakness of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, Labour’s social media adverts had been more positive, seeking to emphasise that the party was building…

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16 fascinating things you dont know about ‘Saved by the Bell’

June 11, 2017

For a certain generation of adults, Saved by the Bell was the probably most important TV show of their lives. Running on NBC from 1989-1993 and from 1993-94 for the college years versionfollowed by an unending syndication lifeSaved by the Belllaunched the careers of Mario Lopez, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Tiffani Thiessen, Dustin Diamond, and Leah Rimini. It was also a cultural phenomenon that continues to this day with retro-style pop-up restaurants,…

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The Age of ‘Not Helping’

June 11, 2017

Somewhere, someone first wrote Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and to remove all doubt. We are pretty sure it wasnt Mark Twain. It may have been Abraham Lincoln. It may have been somebody misremembering a biblical proverb, or the author of a book of rhymes for children. A Minnesota newspaper attributed it to Empeco. Wizard of Oz author L. Frank Baum may have…

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50 Possible Signs You May Have Colonial Mentality

June 10, 2017

Liam Desic / unsplash As a Filipina, Ive frequently struggled checking myself for signs of colonial mentality. The attitude is rooted so deep in my mind that sometimes I dont realize Im committing it. If youre a woke Pinoy (or any other colonized race for that matter), you can relate to how challenging it can be to maintain the right amount of national pride so that it doesnt become blind…

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Adnan Khashoggi: Saudi billionaire arms dealer dies aged 82 – BBC News

June 7, 2017

“AK was a pioneer who achieved global recognition in a golden age through his extraordinary business achievements and renowned generosity. Our father understood the art of bringing people together better than anyone. “He combined commercial acumen with an over-riding loyalty to his country, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. His work always furthered the interests of his country.” He most famously brokered arms deals between US firms and Saudi Arabia in…

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46 Rare Marilyn Monroe Photos Reveal Her Life Before She Was Famous

June 6, 2017

With her platinum blonde hair and signature red lipstick, Marilyn Monroe (who would have celebrated her 91st birthday on the 1st of June) is easily one of the most iconic celebrities of all time, however, only a few know what the actress looked like before she was famous. Born Norma Jeane Mortenson, Monroe had a really tough childhood. She moved from one foster home to another, going through traumatic experiences…

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18 Insanely Smart Celebs That Graduated From Ivy League Colleges

Ah, college. How I miss thee and your disgusting dorm rooms. I went to Penn State, and let me tell you, when I say we had disgusting dorm rooms, I freakin mean it. Im talking pee-on-the-walls-of-the-elevators-in-the-freshman-dorm-buildings disgusting. But you know what schools dont have disgusting dorm rooms? Ivy Leagues. And you know whos not a celebrity but likes to pretend she is? Me. Unsurprisingly, there are lots of celebrities who…

May 28, 2017
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Sir Roger Moore dead at 89

James BondIn the statement, his childrenDeborah, Geoffrey, and Christianhighlighted Moores achievements not only as an actor, but his work with charity. Moore was born in London in 1927 and served in the Royal Army Service Corps shortly after World War II ended. Moores career spanned decades, where he worked as an extra and dabbled in modeling. He co-starred in a number of films before finding success in television with shows…

May 25, 2017
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Robin Hood Raises $54.5 Million at New York Benefit

The Robin Hood Foundation raised $54.5 million at its benefit Monday night, revved up by a new leader and a $15 million challenge grant by billionaire Ken Griffin, founder of hedge fund firm Citadel. Robin Hood will use the money to fight poverty in New York City under incoming CEO Wes Moore, the U.S. Army veteran, Rhodes Scholar and onetime Citigroup investment banker who starts next month. “It’s inspiring to…

May 16, 2017
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8 Black Mommy Bloggers To Follow For Endless Life Hacks And Inspo

Motherhood, in 2017, is more stylish and popping than ever! Long gone are the days when a womans identity as a mother overshadows everything else in her life. Celebrities like Beyonc, Ciara and now, Serena Williams, are the famous figures who consistently show us that motherhood may sit at the top of the list, but isnt the entire list. Thereare also bloggers who provide a lot of practical inspiration with…

May 14, 2017
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