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Here's One Trump-Sized Thing You Never Noticed In 'Home Alone 2'

Macaulay Culkin turns 35 today. With fanaticism still high for the "Home Alone" franchise, and Donald Trump continuing his campaign to be the highest trending topic on HuffPost Entertainment, it seemed obligatory to point out the time...Show More Summary

Private Parts

Breasts are much in the news recently. Remember Tom Wolfe's The Painted Word? Both Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio have been trying to deal with upsurge of painted breasts in Times Square and then Sunday August 23rd was GoToplessShow More Summary

The Saddest Underpants in Town

Today marks a change in the dynamic of our days. My mom, Janet Oian and our daughter Mabel, arrived here this morning. For three weeks, it's been Glenn and me, and our routine. Today, it all changed. Not better or worse, just different. Show More Summary

Paddington The Pooch's Dress-Up Game Is Strong

Paddington, an adorable 5-year-old shar-pei who lives in the Australian island state of Tasmania, rocks all different types of costumes. The best part? He looks so chill in all his get-ups -- regardless of whether he's wearing vampire...Show More Summary

Democrats Plan to Exhume Adlai Stevenson to Run for President

As former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton continues to struggle in the polls, Democratic leaders have announced plans to exhume the body of 1952 and 1956 Presidential nominee Adlai Stevenson to run for the Oval Office. "It's clear...Show More Summary

Manhattan Conversations: A Conversation With Elle, New Yorker

Manhattan is filled with interesting characters, and when you leave your apartment you never know what you might experience, which emotion may surface from our broad spectrum. I decided to capture these moments here. Elle is a rare find. Show More Summary

All in the Family

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This Is What Happens When Dogs Run A Kissing Booth

Kissing booths can be iffy. Sometimes you feel a little bashful, not wanting others to witness the intimate transaction you're about to share with a crush. Other times, you tread up to pursed lips with caution, unsure of whose lips have been pecked before yours. But when a dog is hosting the kissing booth, the rules change. Show More Summary

Dear Oprah and J.K. Rowling

An Open Letter To Oprah and J.K. Rowling cc: Gayle King My Dear Ladies, You have a problem, and I can solve it for you. You must constantly get cornered at cocktail parties, by people wanting a leg-up in show business. Because you are both successful, they imagine you can give them (or a loved one) an entire career in show business. Show More Summary

I'm With Stupid: Help! I'm Being Held Captive in a Van

I hope this all comes out OK, because I'm writing it in the dark in the back of the van in which I'm currently imprisoned. I want to tell the truth about my play while I still have time. God knows what these monsters plan to do withShow More Summary

11 Questions People Ask You When They Find Out You're From Portland

Over the years, Portland, Oregon has developed quite a reputation. It's a rainy city full of hippies and bicycles and organic food. It's a city that prides itself on being as weird as possible, a quality both captured and enhanced by the popularity of the show Portlandia. I grew up in the Portland area and moved away a few years ago. Show More Summary

'Bachelor In Paradise' Season 2, Episodes 7 & 8: Everyone's Looking For Love In All The Wrong Places

It's not "Almost Paradise" anymore -- "Bachelor in Paradise" has arrived, and in abundance. This season has offered us all the laughter, tears, making out and backstabbing we could possibly hope for. In this week's "Here To Make Friends"...Show More Summary

Report: World Has Lost Over 100 Billion Hours Sitting Through DVD Anti-Piracy Warnings

As entertainment consumers turn more and more toward streaming content, a staggering new finding has made the world's population acutely aware of trillions of minutes they will never get back. Officials report that the average viewer...Show More Summary

15 Stereotypes No Class Would Be Complete Without

In school, people are generally placed into cliques whether by choice or by accident. This series represents some of them. Which one do you fit in? The Nerd The Bully The Prom Queen The Jock The Teacher's Pet The Stoner The Class Clown...Show More Summary

'Kimmy Schmidt' Star Tituss Burgess Follows Up 'Pinot Noir' With Ode To Multicultural Penis

If you've ever watched "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," chances are you've sung along to Titus Andromedon's self-professed "ode to black penis," aptly titled "Pinot Noir."  But what about all the other shades of D? Do those packages deserve praise? Here at HuffPost Live, we definitely think they do -- and Tituss Burgess, the actor behind Titus, agrees. Show More Summary

Addicted To Trump? So Is This News Anchor.

A very serious disease is affecting our nation's cable news anchors: an addiction to reporting non-stop on Donald Trump. Sure, it's fun to report on Trump every now and again. Everything's good in moderation! But for some people, normal coverage just isn’t enough. Show More Summary

Slow News Day??? Why Yes, It Is. Thanks For Asking.

Journalists receive lots of interesting questions in the comments section of our stories, and we sure do appreciate them. After all, they help us think more deeply about the topics we cover. Sometimes, a reader can point out something we hadn't considered before, which can lead to a new story idea down the road. Show More Summary

Something Else to Cry About -- Watch this Parody of Andrew Macias' Back-To-School Video

To borrow from the wisdom of Mister Rogers, "confronting our feelings and giving them appropriate expression always takes strength, not weakness." So bravo to brave 4-year-old Andrew Macias. When a KTLA 5 News reporter asked the boy if he was excited to start pre-kindergarten, at first the little guy seemed thrilled. Show More Summary

Amy Schumer Has Perfect Response To 'American Gothic' Comparison

There are a lot of great women out there who Amy Schumer would probably love to be compared to. This might not be one of them. One person recently tweeted at Schumer, telling the comedian that she reminds her of "The 'American Gothic' lady." Then, almost immediately, Schumer enlisted the help of actor J.K. Show More Summary

Activists Use Paper Bag Puppets To Mock University Of Akron Administrators

An anonymous group of activists is using paper bags to make fun of University of Akron administrators. The puppets, and activists behind them, specifically target university President Scott Scarborough, accusing him of being greedy in...Show More Summary

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