They Might Be Mean, But PCAs Finalist Jimmy Kimmel’s ”Celebrity Mean Tweets” Skit Always Makes Us Laugh

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From the Stage to the Street, PCAs Style Star Finalist Harry Styles Is Always Camera Ready

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Jennifer Lawrence Tells Vogue She Lives in Fear of Another Photo Hack: ‘I’m Always Waiting to Get Blindsided Again’

This year, Vogue has achieved a major milestone for any publication, celebrating it’s 125th-year in print. And to celebrate the occasion, the monthly magazine not only went with one of their favorite actresses for the main image, Jennifer Lawrence, who has now graced the cover three times, but to create something appropriately grand for this milestone achievement Vogue also commissioned four artists, photographers Bruce Weber, Annie Leibovitz, Inez and Vinoodh, and painter John Currin to each develop their unique aesthetic take on this Oscar-winning star, transforming her into their own personal muse.

For the cover above, Inez and Vinoodh dressed Lawrence in a slinky, gold, metal mesh gown by Versace with a dramatic thigh-high slit which they paired with a handful of David Yurman rings, slicking back her blonde hair and accentuating her features with very minimal bronzed makeup and shooting the whole thing on a simple grey backdrop to better let her natural beauty shine through. But while Inez and Vinoodh’s take on the actress was the kind of typical glamour we’ve become accustomed to seeing from her as she swans down the red carpet, the covers by John Currin and Bruce Weber highlight the true adaptability that helped make Lawrence a silver screen star.

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In the only black and white cover of the bunch, photographed by Bruce Weber, the Mother! actress looks off into the distance, fastening a button on her white Dior shirt, a brand she also happens to serve as the face of, wearing a number of rings also by the fashion house as well as an engraved ring by Eli Halili. Once again, her makeup is left subtle and natural, with the loose waves of her hair slightly tousled by the passing breeze.

For her cover shot by Annie Leibovitz, which will also serve as the primary cover image greeting readers on stands, the star went full-on Old Hollywood, in a crimson silk gown from the Ralph Lauren collection with a deep-V neckline and a long train, paired with Cathy Waterman earrings, leaning against the edge of a boat as it cruises past the Statue of Liberty in the background.

But although she’s used to being the center of attention on set, the actress confesses after having her privacy devastatingly violated when her nude photos were leaked on the internet, she’s always braced for the worse. “It’s scary when you feel the whole world judges you,” she says. “I think people saw for what it was, which was a sex crime, but that feeling, I haven’t been able to get rid of it. Having your privacy violated constantly isn’t a problem if you’re perfect. But if you’re human, it’s terrifying. When my publicist calls me, I’m like, ‘Oh, my God, what is it?’ Even when it’s nothing. I’m always waiting to get blindsided again.”

In an unprecedented move, the magazine also enlisted world famous fine artist John Currin, whom Vogue has featured extensively in the past, to paint an original portrait of Lawrence in his classical style. For the painting, the actress poses in a complete Miu Miu ensemble consisting of a puffy red-and-white striped fur hat, a clavicle-baring taupe gown with bishop sleeves, and a small turquoise leather clutch just barely in frame featuring the brand’s signature ornate ruching.

And it seems Vogue and these artists aren’t the only ones enamored with J.Law, her friend Emma Stone also gushed about their friendship to the publication. “‘I like how clear Jen is. She makes her opinions very, very clear to me, all the time—whether I ask for it or not.” Stone shares. “I appreciate that quality. She’s just fun, a shot of light.”

What do you think of Lawrence’s latest Vogue covers? Which is your favorite? Sound off below!


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Summer is here, which is exactly why you need to save your pennies for the important things (aka ice cream and cheeky pool floats). Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. Here, six must-buy items that cost a lot less in June.

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Cue the back-to-school savings. Sure, it’s only June, but retailers already have their mind on fall, offering shopping discounts for the early bird who wants to plan ahead. Typically, you’ll see coupons offering flat rate savings (say, $ 100 to $ 200 off select models). Just be sure to comparison shop since a lot of tech retailers (like Best Buy) offer price matching to help you maximize savings.

GYM MEMBERSHIPS

The arrival of much-more-balmy weather means your gym will probably turn into a ghost town. (Yes, no wait for treadmills — score!) As a result, don’t be surprised if you start to see some pretty sweet incentives to join, like no initiation fee or the first three months free if you sign up for a year contract. No matter what, don’t be afraid to haggle. (Gym managers have a lot of flexibility, not to mention, monthly sign-up quotas to hit.) Already a member? See if there are any summer discounts they can offer just for being a good — and long-term — customer.

No matter what, don’t be afraid to haggle.

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CRUISES

Hurricane season is upon us, which means that cruise liners will start to offer deals for travel — in particular to the Caribbean — in August, September and October. Sure, there’s always a chance of inclement weather, but as long as you check the refund policy, you should be fine. (A lot of times cruises simply switch up the travel itinerary to avoid bad weather patterns.)

MOVIE TICKETS

When the going gets hot, those with half a brain retreat to wherever there’s AC. That’s where movie theater savings come in. Starting in June, you can expect to see two-for-one ticket deals from online retailers like Fandango.com or directly from the movie theaters themselves. Perfect timing, considering it’s blockbuster season.

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A good rule of thumb for savings: Shop the holiday. Father’s Day is June 18 (save the date!), which means you’ll find discounts on home-related items like that cordless drill or pressure washer you’ve been meaning to buy (sometimes as much as 35 percent off).

DOUGHNUTS

Yep, National Doughnut Day is June 2, so head to your nearest sweet shop and keep your eyes peeled for special promotions tied to the day. (Hello, free honey-glazed cruller with your coffee.)

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Julie Andrews: I’ve ‘Just Always’ Been An LGBTQ Ally

For Julie Andrews, being a patron of the arts and an LGBTQ rights advocate go hand in hand. 

In a new interview with The Advocate, the legendary star of “Mary Poppins” and “The Sound of Music” credited her years of working in film and on stage for exposing her to diversity early on. When it comes to queer people specifically, Andrews said she’s “just always” been an ally. 

“Theater, anyway, is such an open community and free,” the Oscar winner said. She went on to note that she was “very aware of bias and bigotry” from a young age, but that she “was raised not to be that way and not to think that way.”

“It always seemed puzzling to me that the world wasn’t just embracing human beings. But it’s never been something that I stumbled on,” she said. “It’s just always been innate, thanks I think to the professions that I am in.” 

Andrews, 81, is back in the spotlight as the host of “Julie’s Greenroom,” a new Netflix series for children that explores different aspects of the performing arts. Her co-stars in the series are the “Greenies,” a cast of original puppets that were created by The Jim Henson Company. One of the “Greenies,” Riley, is depicted as a gender neutral character. “We tried to be as inclusive as we possibly could within the show,” Andrews, who created “Julie’s Greenroom” with her daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton, and Judy Rothman, said. 

In March, Andrews and Hamilton spoke out against President Donald Trump’s “mind-boggling” plan to cut funding for the National Endowment for the Arts in an impassioned CNN editorial. True to form, the woman beloved by legions of fans for her iconic role as Maria von Trapp doubled down on that stance in the Advocate interview.

“There’s no doubt that [the arts] help people understand each other and they transcend all barriers, and I cannot think of anything more important,” Andrews said. As far as her suggestion for Trump’s apparent disregard for the arts is concerned, she said, “Talk to anybody that is passionate about them and listen and learn, because I cannot imagine a world without them.” 

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Gwyneth Paltrow on Working Out Almost Every Day: ‘I Definitely Don’t Always Feel Like Doing It!’

Gwyneth Paltrow has credited her near-daily workouts for looking young and feeling strong, but admits she’s not always in the mood to hit the gym.

“I like feeling good, and I know I feel my best when I exercise. But it depends on the day — I definitely don’t always feel like doing it,” the actress and lifestyle guru, 44, tells Women’s Health in the April issue. “I’ve made it a habit, just like brushing your teeth. That’s how you have to look at it.”

Paltrow swears by the Tracy Anderson Method for keeping in shape.

“I’ve been a Tracy Anderson fanatic for over a decade, I’m an investor in her company, so yeah, I go every morning,” she says. “I drop the kids at school, work out, go to work.”

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In addition to a disciplined workout regiment, Paltrow sticks to a pretty clean diet to stay feeling her best. However, she lets herself indulge when she wants to.

“I have a pretty healthy diet, so when I’m eating processed foods and not watching my alcohol intake, I feel it. But at the same time, you want deliciousness, you want a fun — pleasure!” she says. “You’re going to have a baguette-and-cheese-and-red-wine frenzy sometimes, but you want it to be a choice you’re awake to: ‘I know this might not make me feel great, but today I’m choosing it anyway.’ ”

Paltrow also spoke to the magazine about how she deals with being judged.

“When someone doesn’t like something you do, or doesn’t share your interest in something, that doesn’t have anything to do with you,” she says. “One of the best things someone ever said to me was that the only time criticism hurts is if you have a judgment about yourself about that very thing.”


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8 Things You Do That Will Always Be Creepy. Always.

Creeping. It can be a daily struggle for those who are shy, introverted, or horrified by the idea of human contact. But we’ve all been creepy at some point in our lives, and here’s how.

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Why Always Me?: The Biography of Mario Balotelli

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Why I Always Ask for Photos of Just the Two of Us

A few weeks ago, we met my friend at the local river preserve for our annual family photos. We wrangled the kids, stashed M&M bribes and emergency extra clothes in the car, and hoped for the best. Being a photographer myself, I had scheduled the shoot during the golden hour, which of course coincides with bedtime. Call me crazy, but I’d rather deal with meltdowns than bad lighting.

Just like every year, I was quick to request photos of my husband and me in addition to the whole-family shots. I like the reminder that our marriage is a separate entity, a force to be reckoned with. A few times during the evening, we strapped the boys in the stroller and ventured into the tall grass, just the two of us. For the most part, they sat and watched patiently, only occasionally crying out in boredom.

We tuned them out for five minutes and kept our eyes locked on each other, purposely and intentionally — because even though we don’t always practice this perfectly, we want our kids to see Us.

“Us” being husband and wife, two people who still love each other after almost 11 years together.

It would be easy to let these kids swallow us whole if we let our guard down for half a second. They are young and needy right now, and it would be easy to save everything marriage-related for after bedtime. It would be easy to let them interrupt every conversation, to let them leave toys in our bedroom, to let them be in every single picture.

It would be easy to let them destroy Us on some days.

But if we want our kids to respect our marriage, we have to let them see our marriage. We have to let them see our date nights, see us kiss in the kitchen, see us fight and make up. The only way they’re going to see Us is if we let them. Or, in the case of annual family photos, if we force them to watch from the sidelines.

Some days I think our marriage has never felt more difficult than it does right now. In this demanding phase of parenting two little kids, we have to fight for our marriage constantly — for quiet, for date nights, for intimacy of any kind. Our days are full and messy and exhausting, and it’s all too easy to give our marriage the leftovers, the two percent of energy we have left at the end of the night.

We deserve better.

Some people might think it’s weird that we take family portraits every year, but I love documenting our kids at this age, because they are changing so much. Last year, our youngest was barely a peanut in my belly, and now he’s eating butternut squash from a booster seat. In 20 years, it will be nice to look back at these pictures and remember this year, the year that our toddler turned 3 and said the funniest things, the year that our sweet second baby rocked his gummy smile.

This was the year we became parents of two, and it was damn hard and exhausting as hell, but look at us. We survived; we relayed; we fought and made up 200 times. We made mistakes and apologized and forgave each other and slammed a few doors and offered grace upon grace upon grace. We argued at 3 a.m. over whose turn it was to get up, we watched our boys become best friends, and we basically became parents all over again. We re-examined our expectations, had our fair share of living room therapy, and learned to love each other a little bit better.

It has not been easy. Some days the pressure and tension in this house could blow up the moon. But even on those days, somehow — by the grace of God — we find our way back.

And this is why I always ask for photos of just my husband and me.

Because in 20 years, when we look back at these pictures, I will be glad that we stopped for five minutes to remember Us.

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A version of this post originally appeared on Where My Heart Resides. You can follow Ashlee on Instagram. All photos by Lee Brown Photography.

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Things Are Not Always What They Seem

Recently, my wife and I used the drive-thru window at our local bank. I love the drive-thru because sometimes, I’m just too lazy to go inside. With the drive-thru, I don’t have to move from my seat and can do all of my banking transactions through that little drawer under the window.

Isn’t it amazing how many lazy inventions we’ve developed over the years? We have moving sidewalks, remote controls, and even clap-off lights. The one that tickles me the most is the Lazy Susan turntable. It sits in the middle of the table and rotates so that we don’t have to exert our arms an extra six inches to pick up the mashed potatoes.

But I digress.

As I rolled down my window to pass my deposit to the teller, I heard a harsh vibrating sound outside. If you’re like me, you are accustomed to the normal sounds that your car makes. When you hear an odd or new sound, you know that it’s not normal.

I put my car in neutral thinking that the vibration might be related to the car being in gear. This, by the way, is the kind of mechanical knowledge one gets with a undergraduate degree in psychology. The vibrating sound immediately stopped. I then put the car back in gear and the vibrating sound returned. True to my training in Pavlovian responses, I repeated the sequence several times as I replicated these significant research results:

Car in gear = vibrating sound
Car in neutral = no vibrating sound

I began to salivate… at the thought of buying a new car.

You see, my Honda Pilot is 10 years old but it looks great and runs great. I have no reason to buy a new car except that my car is old and I know it won’t last forever. But this new vibrating sound may be my car’s version of the death rattles.

I began to wonder if my car would even make it back home that day. Would I need a tow? And how would I sell a car with a harsh vibrating sound like this one? I needed to be certain that my car was dying before I started looking at new cars online.

I repeated my diagnostic test once more and then looked at my wife. She has an undergraduate engineering degree but it was in computer science, not mechanical engineering. So, I was not looking at her for a diagnosis but for an affirmation of the obvious declining health of my car.

“Do you hear that?” I asked.

She nodded.

Then she casually said, “I wonder if what you’re hearing is the man working on that metal sign over there?”

I stopped my diagnostic tests and simultaneously, stopped salivating.

The vibrating sound started again and then stopped. But my car was in neutral the whole time.

Oh.

Apparently, when someone uses a saw to cut metal, it sounds exactly like a 10-year-old car dying… at least in my limited experience as a paramechanic.

Has this ever happened to you? Have you ever been absolutely certain of something only to find out that it was something else altogether? I suspect it happens more regularly than we’d like to admit. And the worst times to experience these certain uncertainties are when they relate to the words and actions of others.

For instance…

… out of simple curiosity, our spouse or partner asks us why we were late getting home and we’re sure that he or she doesn’t trust us.

… the cashier at the grocery store says we owe more than we expect and we’re sure she is wrong even though we really just misread the label on the shelf.

… our boss allows a coworker to take some additional time off due to a confidential family crisis and we’re sure the boss is just being preferential.

These are the “vibrating sounds” of life and we often misdiagnose them. Sometimes, our misdiagnosis is due to our own experiences or prejudices. Other times it’s simply because we aren’t skilled in analyzing the situation correctly. In other words, we never got adequate training in life mechanics.

The book Crucial Conversations by Kerry Patterson is a wonderful resource to help us realize that human interactions can be difficult and that we can often misread the process unless we are willing to get our hands dirty and break down the communication machine.

The most critical step is listening — not just listening to the words but to the story behind the words. The backstory is where we learn about other people so we truly understand where they are coming from.

When I heard a vibrating sound in my car that day, I only had one piece of the story — the sound. Once I listened to my wife and paid closer attention to all the clues around me, I was able to understand the whole story.

Things in life are not always what they seem to be. People are not always how they seem to be. And it’s usually a great relief to find out that our situation doesn’t require a complete overhaul after all. Instead, often, we just need to listen a bit more carefully.

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People who watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians with a fashion lens might have noticed something going on—nearly every single female has worn the same oversize pair of jet-black aviator sunglasses at some point.

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The clan hasn’t ever said exactly what pair they’re rocking, but they appear to be a Porsche style with removable lenses (specifically, P8478). The shades are available in a few sizes, but the oversize fit all the women rock likely means they have the largest option (69 millimeters).

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A zoomed-in shot of Khloe’s pair shows that they definitely have the small hooks that allow the lens to be exchanged for other colors. Compared with the Porsche P8478 style, available now, it’s kinda hard to argue they’re not the same.

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The Most Meaningful Careers Aren’t Always Blissful

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Like most millennials raised on the “world is your oyster” parental movement, I graduated college thinking that career would be one big party. Stepping off into not-so-adult adulthood with an empty bank account and a shoebox full of graduation cards, I might as well have tattooed Joseph Campbell’s words on my heart:

“Follow your bliss and the world will open doors where there were only walls.”

Naturally, starting my own life coaching business at 23 would be a fairy tale. I imagined my schedule book miraculously filling with “soul mate-like” clients and my PayPal retirement fund blossoming overnight. I had found my purpose, by golly — my bliss — which meant the success part should follow suit, right? Piece. Of. Cake.

Wrong. Love her as I may have, my business gave me no sympathy (and certainly no cake).

My lovely purpose gave zero hoots about: the post-recession economy, my student loans, my spells of inspiration drought, nor my waves of childlike ambiguity. Like a painfully quiet spectator, she watched with indifference as I could barely pay my bills. As I reached for the discounter shampoo in the toiletry aisle, my purpose couldn’t even be bothered about my increasingly frizzy hair.

Nothing had ever felt so right and yet boy did I ever want to shake that Joseph Campbell like a prophetic rag doll. “I’m living my calling, Joseph… but where’s the flippin’ bliss?”

My purpose gave only the rudest of silence.

The Myth of Bliss
These days, I think bliss-following should probably come with a more accurate disclaimer:

“So you want a career that flutters your heart and floods your veins with pride like golden honey? Follow away! Side-effects may include: depression, anxiety, chronic fatigue, insomnia, weight loss, weight gain, mania, vitamin D deficiency, cystic acne, shame and embarrassment, loneliness, brain fog, carpal tunnel syndrome, back pain, relationship issues, hair challenges, identity crisis, and/or extreme poverty.”

Don’t get me wrong. I’m still “Team Bliss'” biggest cheerleader, it’s just that everyone left out the second half of the story. The part that tells us that bliss is like lusting after the most beautiful woman in the room who just so happens to be challenging and cruel and — oh yeah, totally out of your league.

Because despite what all of those endearing graduation cards might have said, passion-chasing was not a foxtrot down a hall of open doors. If only I had known that following my bliss would force me to become exactly what I’m capable of…

Growing Pains
There’s this assumption in many a self-help circle that if following your bliss is messy, then you must be doing something wrong. That when we are living the “right life” it should feel fantastic. And look like over-night success. And smell like fresh-cut roses on a Sunday afternoon (not “I haven’t showered in two days because entrepreneurship is hard” smell). Some would even say that when we are living our authentic mission — “the life we were born for” — we should attract abundance and happiness and all kinds of karmic loveliness. My generation in particular is known for that sort of “stubborn optimism” that success will eventually find us.

It turns out I’m not entitled to a comfortable life. It turns out, bliss or not, the universe doesn’t owe me riches or happiness (not even life! — I learned, after an earth-shattering, near-death experience). The only thing I am entitled to is the opportunity to become the person I came here to be. And while that might sound like a pretty lame birthday present from life, I’ve come to see it as the most beautiful gift of all.

Maybe purposeful work is supposed to be tough. Maybe “hard” doesn’t always mean you’re on the wrong path, but is sometimes a sign you’re on the best path. Maybe you don’t just develop a career… maybe the greatest career will develop you. We’re not just chasing job titles, salaries, or recognition, we are growing — growing into the people capable of mastering our dreams. Into the truest, happiest, most brilliant version of ourselves. Into professionals: people who can sustain the prizes we crave and who can love themselves and love their work with their whole darn hearts. That stuff ain’t pretty.

Career is Hard, Generation Y
I remember my 23-year-old self — already defeated by career-building, reading HuffPost in her PJs at 3 p.m. on a Monday, contemplating the existential woes we millennials call “quarter-life crisis” — and I wish that I could tell her a “career-knight in shining armor” isn’t coming.

“Don’t wait for your dream job to appear on Monster.com. Don’t pray to be discovered by a publisher or validated by ‘likes’ or for the magic SEO Gods to deliver your golden opportunities. You will never have the perfect resume or bio. You will never be good enough or smart enough or ready enough to pick up the phone. It will never be the ‘just right’ time to quit the job or start the blog or go get your booty out there.”

Today I know your purpose is not your savior. It knows exactly what you’re capable of and would expect nothing less. Your purpose will let you fail — often publicly, sometimes miserably — until you learn to see your own strength. Your purpose will make you sit and stew and brew in those excuses until you see the mind’s folly, until you see your own truth.

Because your purpose wants you to have your dreams, but only like the parent who lets you ride your bike solo before you think you’re ready. Who doesn’t always let you win. Who sometimes makes you wait your turn. Who knows that a little broken heart today will let you love even bigger tomorrow.

Because It’s Worth It
Today, I love my career with every ounce of my being because it broke my heart (a million plus one times).

Hammering nail after nail into that foundation until the day those few lousy boards became a house. (Became a home. Became a village.)

Until the day I took a chance on myself. (Until the day they took a chance on me.)

Until the day my quiet spark became two. (Became three. Became a blaze.)

Until the day the person I thought I knew became the person I had always wanted to know.

Yep, that must be the real miracle, Joseph Campbell. You were right all along: bliss hand-delivered me opportunity after opportunity — to become my own hero.

So cue the panic attacks. Don’t forget the rejection letters, sweaty palms, and the very worst of hair days. Just give me a real 21st century career, please: true and hard, but so very beautiful.

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There’s much to be said for slow travel. Taking extra time to savor your surroundings — without racing to catch the next bus or hustle toward the next tour — is often the best way to truly get to know a place as a traveler, not as a tourist.

This point was proven yet again when HuffPost asked the Snapwire photographer community for the best long-exposure views they’ve ever captured. Long exposure photography takes time, patience and a willingness to go slowly, much like slow travel itself. And from New Zealand to Lake Tahoe, these views show that no matter where you go, taking an extra breath and savoring an extra moment is always worth it.

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Kardashian Throwback Photo Proves Kim Has Always Been Camera Ready

Turns out Kim Kardashian loved the camera long before she became the internet’s selfie queen.

In a throwback photo posted to Kris Jenner’s Instagram on Friday, an adolescent Kim poses alongside Kourtney Kardashian and two friends in a very model-esque pose.


Work it, girl.

All these years later, Kim and Kourtney’s younger sister Kendall Jenner actually is a veritable supermodel. Which makes us wonder: might there be some fun old footage still to be unearthed that hints at her future walking the runway? Aside from old episodes of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” that is.

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Paris: A Holiday That is Always With You

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Every time I visit Paris, I think about the way Hemingway referred to the City of Light as a “Moveable Feast.” But I have to admit that I like the Russian translation of the title even more, “A Holiday That is Always with You.” When a few weeks ago I returned from a trip to Paris, a surprise package was waiting at my door with the book, Why LA? Porquoi Paris? An Artistic Pairing of Two Iconic Cities, by Diane Ratican. And, if that was not enough of a coincidence, the next day, I went to Paramount Studios to attend the third annual Paris Photo LA, the prestigious international photo fair with its home base at the Grand Palais in Paris.

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So, let me share with you my recent adventures in and around the City of Light, where I was a guest of the Paris Region Tourist Board at the Grand hotel du Palais Royal, across from the Museé de Louvre, an ideal place to stay for any art aficionado. My hosts also arranged my first ever trip to Chateau de Fontainebleau, the imperial residence which Napoleon considered to be “the real home of kings, a house of centuries.” I was especially intrigued to see there the relatively modest — by size — private apartment of Napoleon himself. With its sprawling parks and gardens, the Chateau was the splendid home to French royalty from the 12th century until the abdication of Napoleon III in 1870. There is so much to see and to experience in Fontainebleau; one should plan to spend at least a whole day there.

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The same day, we drove to resplendent Chateau de Vaux le Vicomte, which is only one hour away from Paris. In 1641, it was purchased by Nicolas Fouquet, who, several years later, became the Minister of Finance for Louis XIV. Fouquet had grandiose plans for his estate. At one time, it was said that Fouquet employed 18,000 workers to maintain his gardens and rebuild his castle. Among them were the famous architect Le Vau, the landscape designer le Notre, and artist Le Brun.

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In a tragic turn of events, after lavish festivities to celebrate the opening of his estate, Fouquet — the richest man in France after the King — was arrested under a false accusation of misappropriation of public funds. Voltaire famously said, “On 17 August [1661], at 6 in the evening, Fouquet was the King of France; at two in the morning, he was nobody.” In 1875, after many years of neglect, the Chateau was sold to Alfred Sommier, and today, it is administered by his descendants and regularly opens to the public.

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Back in Paris, I spent a good amount of time getting familiar with two new major cultural projects, Jean Nouvel’s Philharmonie de Paris and Frank Gehry’s Fondation Louis Vuitton. Even four months after its official opening, the Philharmonie building is still 20 percent incomplete. The building is impressive, but not particularly likeable. But, what’s important is that it has become a big success with the public from Day One, mostly due to its splendid acoustics and reasonably priced tickets. On the ground floor, there is an exhibition space, currently devoted to David Bowie; the next exhibition will feature the art of Marc Chagall.

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My visit to Fondation Louis Vuitton, the translucent glass fantasy by Frank Gehry in Boulogne Forest, made me forget the splendor of Fontainebleau and Chateau de Vaux. At the age of 86, Gehry has delivered his most adventurous, most ambitious architectural project. There is a seamless interaction between the outdoor and indoor spaces, which makes one think about the influence of Los Angeles modernist architecture.

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One climbs up several levels of the building, discovering numerous terraces and patios. And, with every twist and turn, yet another view of Boulogne Forest with Paris in the distance is revealed. And, for the first time in his practice, Gehry chose to reveal the architectural and engineering structure of his building, the structure that made me think about the gorgeous skeleton of a gigantic dinosaur. Even compared to his celebrated Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, and his Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, Fondation Louis Vuitton shines as Gehry’s absolute best.

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The Future Is Always Here

Given the state of the world today it’d be totally understandable if you were dreading the new year and whatever might happen next, instead of feeling joyful and full of anticipation.

Yet a new year has a very special effect: It makes us feel like we have the chance to start over, to do things better this time, to make amends, even to right all the wrongs in the world.

So why does it take a new year to make us feel like this? Why is it that for 364 days we live with regret, doubt, holding on to what we did wrong and wishing we hadn’t, or dreaming of a future that doesn’t exist?

No matter how hard we want to, there’s one thing we can never do and that’s change the past. We can weep, beat our fists against the wall, eat bags of cookies to assuage the guilt, but none of this will make the slightest bit of difference and certainly won’t make us feel any better. The past is gone, over, no more.

Continuing to wish that our actions or words had been different means we’re really not here in the present, we’re living in what-could-have-been or what-might-have-been or if-only. And if the past is too painful or even too boring then we switch over to the future, that place of infinite potential that we want to believe could be real, like wishful thinking or a daydream. We live in what-might-be or what-could-be.

Of course we can learn from the past. Often the most painful experience turns out to be our best teacher; we can even feel gratitude for the experience as it taught us so much. And memories can be like comfortable old shoes we are reluctant to part with. We can certainly put them on now and then, but we don’t have to hang out there on a permanent basis.

Instead we can change our attitude. Fully accepting that the past is irreversible and the future doesn’t exist means we can actually be in the present moment. What a relief! Finally we can just be here and now. Wow! What a revelation!

Each day is unique. It has never happened before and it will never happen again. And we have no idea what will actually occur.

What a great day just to be here now! The perfect day to let the past rest where it is and let the future take care of itself. As is every day. To experience just this moment, to pay attention to the colors, sounds, smells and sensations; to pay attention to your feelings, to other people’s feelings. And to make this day, this week, this month, and this new year, one of beauty and tenderness.

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Until Forever (Forever and Always #14)

Until Forever (Forever and Always #14)


The divorce papers have been signed and Andrew and Diane are officially over, but will their love ever die? After Sean sees the way his mother changed, he wants his dad to see the same thing. He hope arranging a surprise date may change a few things.Scarlet and Sean are trying to conceive their baby, but Scarlet gets annoyed when Sean isn’t discreet about it. Her father-in-law is in the house, but that doesn’t seem to matter to Sean. He blurts just about anything.Janice and Ryan continue to fight about the wedding, and Ryan tries to turn the tables on Janice. But she’s too much an adversary for him. Like usual, she puts him in his place. They try to come to an agreement about the wedding but neither one of them want to cave in.Flynn is becoming a main player in the game, but Cortland isn’t happy about it. He openly expresses his distaste for him, which surprises Ryan. Their debates heats until Flynn finally corners him and makes an outstanding accusation. Cortland denies it firmly, but Flynn refuses to believe him.Hazel is happy with Flynn, but when she makes a dire mistake at work, she puts her job in jeopardy. Without pay, a phone, or her supplies, she’s stranded. Instead of turning to Flynn for help, she lashes out at him and creates a fight she doesn’t need. But will he continue to be patient with her?Mike is spiteful and angry about his last encounter with Cassandra. He’s determined to push away everyone because of the hurt he feels. But when Cassandra calls him after her ex strikes again, what will he do? Will he turn his back or come to her aid?The fourteenth installment of the Forever and Always Series.

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17 Reasons Mary Poppins Will Always Be The World’s Best Nanny

“Mary Poppins” premiered in theaters 50 years ago this week, on Aug. 26, 1964. The Disney film, directed by Robert Stevenson and starring Julie Andrews, soon became a success (it was the most profitable film of 1965) and received rave reviews from critics: “I find [Mary Poppins] irresistible. Plenty of other adults will feel the same way. And, needless to say, so will the kids,” Bosley Crowther wrote in The New York Times. “Mary Poppins” won five Oscars at the 37th annual Academy Awards, including Best Actress for Julie Andrews and Best Song (“Chim Chim Cher-ee”).

Beyond those accolades, however, is its legacy: If “Mary Poppins” achieved one thing, it’s that even today, 50 years later, the film industry (and probably the real world) has yet to find a nanny like her. And that’s despite countless attempts by the likes of Scarlett Johansson (“The Nanny Diaries”), Emma Thompson (“Nanny McPhee”) or the late Robin Williams (“Mrs. Doubtfire”).

However, no one has managed to unseat Mary Poppins and take her job. Here are a few reasons that explain why she is so unique.

1. Her ability to organize bags …

2. … and the speed with which she can organize

3. She’s always prepared …

4. … but aware that there’s always room for improvement

5. She can go up the stairs without any effort …

6. … and is basically one step away from being able to teleport

7. Because she pays attention to small details …

8. and can move her head like this.

9. She’s capable of making a group of men dance this way …

10. … and with a single movement, she’ll leave your mouth agape

11. She’s never at a loss for words …

12. … and not afraid to speak her mind

13. She knows the secret of life …

14. … and doesn’t judge things by their appearance

15. She’s good at keeping secrets …

16. … and snaps her fingers like this.

17. So let’s applaud Mary Poppins, still the best at 50

Arts – The Huffington Post
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9 Reasons Meryl Streep Will Always Be Our Leading Lady

Happy birthday, Meryl Streep! Hollywood’s indisputable sweetheart is 65 today and we can’t believe it. Not only is she looking fantastic, but the woman is on fire. Over 35 years since her first Oscar win as a newcomer to Tinseltown, Queen M was a nominee for the 18th, yes, 18th, time at this year’s Oscar’s for her performance in “August Osage County,” making her the most nominated actress in history. And though she’s a bit older than the average Hollywood actress, she’s defying all odds, still being one of the industry’s most sought-after actresses with several upcoming films in the works.

We get it, Mer. You’re unstoppable. Here are nine reasons Meryl will always be the woman of our dreams. (Is there anything she can’t do?)

1. She’s one smart cookie.
She’s played a prime minister and an Editor-in-Chief on screen, but Streep would have been just as successful if Hollywood hadn’t come knocking. She attended both Vassar College and Yale’s School of Drama. In fact, she reportedly had applied for law school, but ended up oversleeping the morning of her interview and took it as a sign that she was destined for something else.

2. Her many accents.
From a sassy Southerner, to British iron lady, to a straight-talking nun in the Bronx, the Jersey-made actress can pull off any, we mean any, accent like a native. Here’s the proof.

3. She’s charitable.
Her enviable designer duds from “The Devil Wears Prada” were auctioned off for charity at her suggestion. She donated her entire salary ($ 1 million) from “The Iron Lady” to the National Women’s History museum. And recently it was uncovered that Streep and her husband, Don Gummer, have donated around $ 1 million to a variety of causes, including Meals On Wheels and the Coalition for the Homeless, quietly through their charity, the Silver Mountain Foundation for the Arts. Saint Meryl?

4. Her body confidence.
There’s nothing sexier than confidence and well, Meryl just wears it well. “I wasted so many years thinking I wasn’t pretty enough and why didn’t I have Jessica Lange’s body or someone else’s legs?” Streep said in a 2009 interview. “What a waste of time. Now I’m enjoying the tatters of what’s left and I’m very happy. Part of it is having beautiful strong daughters and hearing them whine about what’s wrong with them. I’m like, ‘Shut up! You’re lovely!'”

5. She’s grounded.
You won’t see any diva-like behavior here. “I try to lead as ordinary a life as I can,” Streep has been quoted as saying. “You can’t get spoiled if you do your own ironing.”

Perhaps it was her humble start that keeps her so down to earth. Streep waited tables in her 20s and once didn’t even have a place to sleep at night.

“On my very, very first trip to London I went around busking to earn a few pennies to afford some food and overnight accommodation,” she told Closer Magazine. “One night, when I hadn’t made enough, I actually slept in the open in Green Park under a tree. The view from the park was of the Ritz hotel, and I vowed to myself that night that I was going to stay there one day -– and I have.”

6. She has a kickass marriage.
meryl streep don gummer

Streep has been married over 35 years to sculptor Don Gummer, avoiding the “Oscar Curse” many times. Streep has said the key to her marriage has been communication about everything, no matter how small and to embrace your differences. “I go to the theatre a lot,” she told The Independent. “My husband doesn’t care if he never goes to the theatre but I don’t berate him because he doesn’t want to go to the theatre … we’re different.”

7. She’s embracing aging, gracefully.
Streep has had some of her most challenging and memorable roles after turning 50, though the majority of roles in Hollywood are for younger women. “The good thing about getting older is that when they actually do cast you it’s often something interesting,” Streep said in an interview with Good Housekeeping. “You have to embrace getting older. Life is precious… each day is a gift.”

Earlier this year Streep was honored at the Palm Springs International Film Festival and said, “”I feel like I’m an example now in my dotage of the fact that you just can’t put those old gals out to pasture. We’ve got a lot of stuff still to say.” You go girl!

8. She’s a feminist.
meryl streep hillary clinton

She’s no doubt played some strong female figures — Britain’s only female prime minister Margaret Thatcher in “The Iron Lady” to culinary genius Julia Child — but she still thinks women are underrepresented in Hollywood and beyond. “‘It would be nice to have a woman President. I think half the Senate should be women, half of Parliament, half the ruling mullahs” she once said. It seems she’s a big fan of Hillary Clinton too.

Streep has also been outspoken about the sexualization of women in Hollywood. Following “the period when a woman was attractive and marriageable or something—not ‘marriageable.’ F******* I guess is the word…they really didn’t know what to do with you…” She said in an interview with Vanity Fair. Streep credits her success to not being pigeonholed in the same way.

9. She’s perfectly comfortable in her own skin, and that’s what makes her a great role model.
“For young women, I would say, don’t worry so much about your weight. Girls spend way too much time thinking about that, and there are better things,” Streep said after being awarded an honorary degree earlier this year. “For young men, and women, too, what makes you different or weird, that’s your strength. Everyone tries to look a cookie-cutter kind of way, and actually the people who look different are the ones who get picked up. I used to hate my nose. Now, I don’t.”

Well, there you have it.


Style – The Huffington Post
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Always and Forever

Always and Forever


When the going gets tough… In the Irish town of Carrickwell, with its lush, endlessly rolling hills and authentic country tranquility, three women’s lives are anything but calm. There’s Mel, a compulsively ambitious mother/publicity manager at a high-powered PR firm — living proof that balancing motherhood and a full-time job is no walk in the park. The hot-headed, indomitable Cleo, just out of college with a degree in hotel management, would like nothing better than to modernize and revive her family’s dwindling hotel — but faces a constant battle with her old-fashioned parents. And finally, there’s the stylish, sweet-tempered Daisy, a self-consciously curvy fashion buyer for an upscale clothing boutique, who has been struggling — and longing — to have a baby with her absolutely perfect boyfriend. Although unconnected, these three women have one thing in common: they all need a break from their stressful lives. …these tough gals hit the nearest spa! So each one sets out for a little R & R at the new Clouds Hill spa, built by an American woman with her own secret turmoil. It is there that Mel, Cleo, and Daisy meet — their worlds and troubles colliding — forming an intimate bond that helps them to realize what matters most in life, always and forever.

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