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Mar

Zoey Deutch: Playing a Sexually Curious Teen in 'Flower' Was Freeing

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From its very first minute, Flower, a coming-of-age film about a “sexually curious teen” tells us something sinister is afoot: As a man breathes noisily, the camera pans from a tossed-aside mountain bike to a parked cop car. “Where’d you learn to give a hummer like that?” a uniformed man asks his 17-year-old female passenger. […]

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Mar

Spring 2018's Best Loafers Are Anything but Boring

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You can thank brands like Gucci and Sies Marjan for making a case for the loafer comeback. That’s right: The sturdy shoe style has gone the way of “dad sneakers” and, according to some, Crocs by getting the runway treatment and the coveted stamp of approval from the street-style crowd. And loafers in 2018 are […]

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Mar

My Engagement Ring Is Pushing Me Back in the Closet

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When my girlfriend and I got engaged last fall, I wasn’t prepared for the entire world to presume the diamond on my finger came from the male love of my life. (Spoiler alert: He doesn’t exist.) Yet as soon as I started wearing the piece of jewelry, it felt like everyone—even within the enlightened bubble […]

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Mar

Sarah Jessica Parker Just Endorsed Cynthia Nixon for Governor of New York

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Carrie and Miranda are together again, at least when it comes the gubernatorial race in New York. As has been widely reported, Cynthia Nixon, famous for her role as Miranda on Sex and the City, is running against incumbent Governor Andrew Cuomo in the Democratic primary. And last night, Nixon’s longtime friend and former costar […]

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Mar

'The Crown' Season 3: Everything We Know So Far

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The Crown is one of Netflix’s most cinematic and critically acclaimed original series, which leads us to this good news: It’s not going away any time soon. The historical drama, which turned Claire Foy into a household name, has been picked up for two more seasons, and the plan is for many more to come. […]

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Mar

Jenna Dewan-Tatum on the Red Carpet Dresses She's Saving for Her Daughter

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If you’ve seen her dance, it probably won’t surprise you that Jenna Dewan-Tatum describes her personal style as “athletic-chic.” At Target’s Ultimate Family Festival in L.A. on Sunday, the actress walked Glamour through some of the spring trends she’s feeling at the moment. “Funny enough, I’m wearing it,” she said, pointing to a pair of […]

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Mar

'The Big Bang Theory' Season 11 Episode 18 Recap: Penny Envisions a New Career

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The Bill Gates was the latest in a line of high-profile real-life figures to make an appearance on The Big Bang Theory—and though it set up a hilarious episode, I have to ask: Where are the high-profile female guest stars on the show? Nothing against Bill Gates, of course, but he’s just the latest in […]

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Mar

USA Swimming Has a Coaching Problem: They're All Men

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On February 5, USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar was sentenced to prison for the rest of his life. Beyond a collective catharsis for his nearly 200 survivors, this was a watershed moment for #MeToo. His sentences were the first legally punitive measures to emerge from a crusade that has touched several cornerstones of American culture, […]

29

Mar

Dermstore Sale: The Best Face Masks, Moisturizers, and Serums to Try

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It might not be a household name like Sephora or Ulta, but Dermstore knows its stuff. The skin care retailer makes a habit of stocking the best up-and-coming, under-the-radar, and foolproof skin care brands, virtually shelving failsafe classics alongside promising new lines. The only downside is that the skin care is not cheap, clicking “add […]

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Mar

Ruby Bridges: Linda Brown's Powerful Legacy Is A Reminder That 'Our Schools Are Still Not Equal'

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I never got the chance to meet Linda Brown; there were several times we were supposed to meet or be on the same stage together, but life gets in the way and it never happened. I was the first black child to desegregate the all-white William Frantz Elementary School in Louisiana in 1960. When I […]