Hat tip to Ed Padgett long time friend of blogging.la for this bit of news. I can’t help but wonder if Scrooge taken over the hearts and minds of L.A. city council? Recently the issued a ban on feeding the homeless. Yes, charities, people with big hearts and do-gooders in general will be banned from [...]
Forget the mysterious, the murders and the sex. We alll know Pretty Little Liars comes back to one thing: the fashion! With that in mind, fans should take note of this great news: in partnership with Aéropostale, costume designer Mandi Line will soon be coming out with a clothing line inspired by the ABC Family hit. “It’s been a dream come true. Show More Summary
"Given the Russian government’s history of strong-arm authoritarian tactics, the existence of a protest zone is ironically rich. Olympic athletes should be free to speak their minds about the heinous nature of these laws. You don’t stop being human when you become an Olympian. Show More Summary
Success isn't simply a matter of rearranging files and appointments. It's about mental strength. From letting go of control to taking smart risks, here are 10 things tough minds have mastered. Many of us spend a lot of time trying to...Show More Summary
The Heat went ice cold in the second half and the Pacers came back to win at home. This defense is nasty. For all our cheers at the rise of Paul George as a scorer, the mindful growth of Lance Stephenson on the ball and rock-steady shooting of David West, the Indiana Pacers are a defensive team. Show More Summary
We can't say as we were particularly taken aback by today's Spotify announcement, after all someone spilled the beans the other week (thanks a lot, The Wall Street Journal) - but we trekked through a cold New York City morning to Spotify headquarters...
I do not regret headlines like this. One man did. His reason will shock you. Also shocking: how bad this punt is. Joel Maddock of Arizona Western rises to sports and internet infamy today with this sad-as-balls effort at the Fisher Automotive El Toro Bowl. Imagine the dumbest thing you’ve ever accidentally done playing touch football with your friends and multiply it by ten.
Pulled pork sandwiches are on the crew's mind, but they'll only be on one dinner table tonight, leaving your host Daniel Cooper to wrangle a hungry and rowdy set of co-hosts. Topics range from the NSA's reported intrusion into the world of gaming to...
People really love recipes. They must, because Allrecipes — which features a lot of them — is upping its rate base from 500,000 to 650,000, beginning with the magazine’s April 2014 issue. Keep in mind that Allrecipes, a spinoff of allrecipes.com, launched just last month. Show More Summary
Part 4 of 4 in the series Who’s minding the SIDs? TROUBLED WATERS: This lakeside community south of Omaha has been divided over an investigation into how FEMA money was used to battle floods. By Deena Winter | Nebraska Watchdog LAKE WACONDA, Neb. — On idyllic Lake Waconda, battle lines have been drawn, sides chosen,...
As promised the week prior, the KevLita baby shower was tacky, self-indulgent, and had very little to do with an actual baby. But hey, it had a red carpet so I imagine most of the attendees didn’t mind. Kevin Hart and Selita Ebanks’s shower was also a relentless infomercial. The... More »
Throughout the holiday season, as many of us experience the joy of sharing meals with our family and friends, we are reminded of the important role that food serves in our home and in our community. We must also be mindful of those who are less fortunate. Show More Summary
Cognitive biases can keep us from assessing creativity with a clear mind. Here's how to get around them. In business, a creative idea is only worth as much as the manager who can recognize it. Malcolm Gladwell once told the story of Xerox engineer Gary Starkweather, who conceived of a laser printer circa 1970 but was forbidden to pursue it by a boss. Show More Summary
As promised, Dell has taken the wraps off its first Chrome OS device, the Chromebook 11. The 11.6-inch, 2.9-pound laptop is built with the classroom in mind, and it should ship in tandem with a Wyse PocketCloud app that should make it easy for...
Like our fancy gift guide says, luxury is a state of mind, and the best present (even if it's for yourself) is one that's a bit outside of the norm. For the jewelry-stacking lover in your life, this slim band from Satomi Kawakita is just the perfect piece to treasure.... More »
I haven't completely made up my mind about it. So I'm just going to think out-loud for a moment. As Christmas presents go, it's certainly closer to a really sturdy pair of socks than it is to a new bike. And that raises the first point I think people should keep in mind: if you're of a mind to oppose it, fine. Show More Summary
Today’s Oracle takes us to the Taurus weekly for August 9, 2001 If you try to do too much with your mind, you’ll be sure you’re losing it. Your mind is telling you to feel, because... This is content summary only. Please visit Planet Waves Daily Astrology Blog for full links, other content, and more!
When West Elm sent over their party in a box, our minds were abuzz with possibility. Feeling inspired by the cool silver & blush palette, we set our sights on a crisp wintry themed New Years party and with that we were off to the races! Captured by Ruth Eileen, there's a full gallery bubbling over with celebratory…
Has there ever been a better year for drama on cable? Maniacal meth dealers blew our minds, retro gentleman showed their true colors, and badass bikers roamed the land. It's been a truly fantastic year for those who have cable TV - and who love drama. But what series was the best of the best? You tell us! Vote in all of our Best of 2013 polls here!
BURBANK, California (Reuters) - In the leafy, idyllic setting that is the Disney Studios lot, author P.L. Travers made life hell for writers and composers and Walt Disney himself in a movie that portrays her as a withering, brick wall, toxic nightmare...