In my recap of The Girlfriend Experience's second episode, I wondered what would happen if Christine ever turned her shrewd gaze inward. How would she change if she were as openly discerning toward herself as she is with everyone else? Who would she really see? In "Insurance," we get finally ... More »
Mirror Mirror was inspired by our very human search for the self and our modern obsession with image which is reflected through social media....
Frans de Waal: “We have trouble looking at animal intelligence by itself, always asking, ‘Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the smartest of them all?’ Since there is only one answer that satisfies us, people watching [the chimp] Ayumu’s videotaped performance on the internet couldn’t believe it, saying it must be a hoax. … […]
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Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the fairest little piece of fluff of them all? A poofy puppy was floored by the adorable little face of another dog staring straight at him. Turns out the intruder was far closer to the puppy than he...Show More Summary
BarBara Luna is best known for playing the foxy Lt. Marlena Moreau -- opposite William Shatner as Captain Kirk -- in the iconic "Star Trek" episode "Mirror, Mirror." Guess what she looks like now!
"Mirror Mirror on the Wall, Who's the Fairest of Them All?" asks the queen to make sure that she is the most beautiful. The fairy tale "Snow White" is a clear example how a woman's mood and self-esteem is dependent on her look, which...Show More Summary
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who’s the fairest? You are, if you have a beautiful mirror! Look at what some fellow Craftsters have done to jazz up on otherwise ordinary mirror. With this stained glass mosaic by HSG surrounding you, it’s possible to always have a good hair day. Darling, you look marvelous! funkensteins found a […]
There is a disturbing tendency amongst individuals with eating disorders to compare their illness to another's. It's the worst kind of competition of them all and sounds like this: "What's your lowest weight? How many hospitalizations...Show More Summary
$2.1 billion. That’s how much we spent on anti-aging skin care products in 2013. And that’s just in the United States. Guess how much Americans spent on cosmetic surgery that year? $12 billion. Clearly, we want to look young and beautiful. Who doesn’t, right? This industry continues to grow every year as we seek the...
By Tom Spurgeon Sean T. Collins shares the Mirror Mirror 2 creator line-up. That's quite the crew. Darryl Cunningham shows a panel or two from a forthcoming work called Six Scientists. the artist Colleen Doran write about her forthcoming...Show More Summary
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the sassiest America's Next Top Model judge of them all?! We don't need a magic mirror to answer that for us, because everyone knows it's Miss J! The modeling competition alum, who also goes by J. Alexander, recently stopped by our studio to give us an exclusive update on his [...]
A few weeks ago, one of TTAC’s Best and Brightest asked for my thoughts on driving in Japan. It’s not the first time the topic has come up. There were several comments in response to the series that documented the importation of my Town...Show More Summary
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the smartest BAU agent of them all? If you ask Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders' Tyler James Williams, it's his character, Russell "Monty" Montgomery. On the surface, the analyst looks to be the equivalent...Show More Summary
Mirror, mirror on the wall, whos the most important black celebrity endorser of them all? Hint: His address starts 1600...
Excerpt from Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: Breaking the "I Feel Fat" Spell Children are not born with a bad body image. They learn it. They learn it from the culture and the media, or from relatives, friends, and schoolmates who learned it from the culture and the media. Show More Summary
By Janice Bremis and Andrea Wachter, LMFT I recently did an interview with Janice Bremis, founder of the Eating Disorders Resource Services, to discuss my new children's book, Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: Breaking the "I Feel Fat" Spell. Show More Summary
A gene in snails that determines whether their shells twist clockwise or anti-clockwise has been discovered by a team of international researchers. It could offer clues to how the same gene affects body asymmetry in other animals including humans, they report.
An international team of researchers has discovered a gene in snails that determines whether their shells twist clockwise or anti-clockwise - and could offer clues to how the same gene affects body asymmetry in other animals including humans. Watch the video on the research at https://youtu.be/Mh8-QyJsDVo. read more