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Bill Cosby Standing Trial Means It's Time to Say Goodbye to the Huxtables For Good

Post by Tanvier Peart. Growing up, I didn't have a ton of constants in my life. Between my parents divorcing when I was 5 and moving around all the time, one of my biggest go-to places for solace was The Cosby Show. Sure, it was just "entertainment," but as a young girl, it was positive and something I looked up to. Show More Summary

Losses without gains

“If you won’t stand for something, you will fall for anything.” — quote attributed to numerous sources Historically, when our nation has transitioned from one way of life to another,

Google Stands Up for Gender Equality With New 'Professional Women' Emoji

Google wants more women in its virtual life and not ones that hug, cry, and kiss, but real ones - like in real life - ones that work. The Internet search engine giant wants to increase the emoji representation of women, from businesswomen to doctors and rock stars.

Is Britney Spears Ready to Stand on Her Own?

3 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

For more than eight years, one of the world’s most successful pop stars has been unable to fully control her career and personal life.

The Hidden Life Of A Random Hitman NPC

If you want immediately murder someone in the newest Hitman episode, you can do that. You can also just stand around listening to this one dude talk on his phone. Read more...

An Ode to the Bra That Changed My Life

When it comes to my personal style, I'm 100 percent focused on minimalist comfort: v-neck tees, loose sweaters, flowing dresses, and my all-time favorite fashion staple, sweatpants. The one wardrobe item I pretty much can't stand starts...Show More Summary

7 Simple Prayers That Changed My Life

For the last 25 years I have prayed everyday with all kinds of prayers and requests, however, there are 7 prayers that stand out among the rest. Although simple in nature, God has powerfully answered each one and they have produced great spiritual growth in my life.

De Tomaso Pantera

2 months agoVehicles / Cars : TopSpeed

Italian sports car manufacturer De Tomaso has a wide variety of models to its name, but when it comes to commercial success and brand association, there’s one that clearly stands above the rest – the Pantera. With a production life spanning...Show More Summary

Jennifer Lawrence News: Actress Talks Feminism and Being a 'Bummer'

At the top of her career and busy for the coming of "X-Men: Apocalypse," Jennifer Lawrence took some time off set to discuss her stand on feminism and her "bummer" life that she believes is one of the characteristics of being a social disappointment.

Hiroto Ikeuchi Brings The World Of Japanese Model Kits To Life

2 months agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

Every time I go to Wonder Festival there is always one little stand where some insanely brilliant guy has decided to change everyday items into impossibly intricate model kit dioramas. Well, it turns out that this talented individual goes by the name of Hiroto Ikeuchi.

Chris Christie tries to explain his 'Trump hostage' moment

2 months agoNews : NY Daily News

Jimmy Fallon asked the governor to relive what has become one of the defining nights of the life, his time standing behind Donald Trump.

Chiefs announce coaching staff changes, elevate Andy Reid’s son

The “N” in NFL often stands for nepotism, a fact of football life for as long as ownership of franchises has passed from one generation to the next. It’s become a reality in the coaching profession, and Chiefs coach Andy Reid has joined Patriots coach Bill Belichick as the latest examples of top dogs giving…

Bereaved Mamas Are Brave

I grew up reading and hearing tales of bravery, of one person risking their life for another, of people standing for their convictions and dying because of it. The first time I read The Hiding Place, a book about Corrie Ten Boom andShow More Summary

Malala Yousafzai's Brave Fight For an Education Is an Inspiration For Every Girl

Post by Elena Donovan Mauer. Malala Yousafzai has one of the most incredible and inspiring stories of our time -- as a young girl, she risked her life to stand up against the Taliban for girls’ right to an education -- and, because of her, millions of girls around the world get to go to school, when they didn’t before. Show More Summary

TV Club: Pete gets bad news on a tender Horace And Pete

Horace and Pete (and Sylvia) may be family, but Pete stands alone. He’s the one who has been in and out of mental hospitals for most of his life, who needs medication so as not to think the floors have teeth, who was lied to by his father...Show More Summary

Why You Should Think Twice Before Labeling Your Child A Good Kid

When he made a mistake in class he learned of the power labels had on his life. — In one motion I shove my classmate across the room. He tumbles over some chairs and lands on his ass. I taunt him to stand up and fight. He looks stunned as I hop around waiting to pounce. Show More Summary

Rihanna Has Only One Regret In Life, Which Is Not Surprising in The Slightest

Vogue  has elected to bless us with a fourth Rihanna cover and she looks stunning, save for that dress, which could stand to loose the sleeves, if you ask me, but I'm not a fashion person, just someone with eyes and opinions!! Regardless of what anyone thinks about the dress that is covering…

8 Life Hacks That Will Make Watching March Madness At Work Easy

2 months agoNews : Huffington Post

Ladies and gentlemen, it's tournament time. The next two weeks of your life will be consumed by watching young adults play and chant and cheer like their lives are on the line. There's only one thing standing in the way of full-on fun:...Show More Summary

'Everyone Has an iPhone Except Me!': A Parent's Lonely Stand

At this point in my life as a parent, I am relatively mainstream in every way except one: my relationship to the digital world. I love Facebook, I publish several blogs, I text and I would be lost (literally) without my iPhone. ManyShow More Summary

18 Fascinating Pictures Capture Everyday Life in Iran in the 1960s

In the 1960s foreign firms, especially American ones, poured into the country. And for a period until the beginning of the revolution in 1978, the old and new coexisted in seeming harmony... A young woman standing in front of one of the first mass housing complexes in Tehran in the 1960s. Show More Summary

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