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Mob Wives Star Big Ang Goes Blonde: Love It Or Hate it?

Just as Kim Kardashian ditches the blonde hair, Mob Wives star Big Ang goes blonde!  The reality star, aka Angela Raiola, showed off her new ‘do on Facebook, sharing with her fans “Enjoying Palm Sunday with my sister, brother in law, and nieces and nephews… And of course, my new hair. Show More Summary

Tony Romo, Jason Garrett root for Duke as jinx jokes fly

Maybe Palm Sunday traffic was lighter than they expected or maybe they’re just really, really big Duke fans. Whatever the reason, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, tight end Jason Witten and Coach Jason Garrett arrived really, really early for the Elite Eight game between the Blue Devils and Gonzaga at NRG Stadium in Houston. Early […]

Every Quentin Tarantino Movie, Ranked From Worst to Best

One of the most critically lauded directors of the past 25 years, it's hard to believe Quentin Tarantino is only turning 52 years old today (March 27). A master of his craft, Tarantino had already won the Palme d'Or -- the top prizeShow More Summary

Bond Girl Lea Seydoux Signs With WME

EXCLUSIVE: WME just signed Lea Seydoux, who went from starring in the racy Cannes Palme d’Or winner Blue Is The Warmest Color to shooting the next 007 film Spectre alongside Daniel Craig. She recently wrapped the Yorgos Lanthimos-diurected The Lobster alongside Rachel Weisz, Colin Farrell and John C. Show More Summary

Food trucks, stars, more at San Diego, Palm Desert, Santa Barbara fests

There are a bunch of California food festivals happening in spring, whether you want to see TV chef demonstrations or hop from food truck to food truck. Here are four festivals worth checking out.

Palme Thursday: A colorful classic and a topless starlet “won” Cannes in 1954

Palme Thursday is A.A. Dowd’s monthly examination of a winner of the Palme D’Or, determining how well the film has held up and whether it deserved the highest prize awarded at the Cannes Film Festival. Gate Of Hell (1954) One of the grand paradoxes of the Cannes Film Festival is that it seems to exist at the nexus of high and low culture. Show More Summary

Hoodboi “Palm Reader” EP Out Now!

Illustration by Anny Wang Los Angeles is home to some of the most innovative young club producers in the nation, and Hoodboi may be the most exciting of the bunch. Whether solo or collabing with like-minded DJs in his Athletixx crew, Hoodboi’s energetic, emotional tunes feel equally at home in a Jersey basement or a […]

Why do phoebes pump their tails?

Lots of birds have a habit of pumping (or wagging) their tails. It’s mostly open-country birds like phoebes, wagtails and pipits, Palm Warbler, Spotted Sandpiper, and others. Many hypotheses have been suggested to explain why the birds do it, but nobody came up with an answer until Gregory Avellis in 2011. He studied Black [...]

MSNBC Debuts New Facebook Shows

MSNBC and NowThis have officially launched their two new Facebook shows. “Sound Off” appears early in the morning and focuses on a breaking news story. “Face Palm” comes around late afternoon and features a shocking or weird item from...Show More Summary

Save Over 40% On The SKEYE Nano Drone

There are big drones, and small drones, but there are also really small drones. The SKEYE Nano literally fits in the palm of your hand (or in your pocket), yet it has all the precision and aerobatic showmanship of a drone many times its size — and it is currently on 41% discount... Show More Summary

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Recap: Palm Springs Eternal

You know that there are some things you can only talk about so much, like your friends’ babies, your co-worker’s dreams, or just how amazing Robin Wright’s hair is on House of Cards? All right, fine, I can never say enough about the perfection of that blonde masterpiece, but I feel... More »

CA : Viceroy Palm Springs Will Rebrand as The Avalon Palm Springs, a New Brand from Proper Hotels

2 weeks agoTravel / Hotels : HotelChatter

Do you have new hotel brand fatigue? Sorry, there's nothing anyone can or will do about it. In today's new brand news, Skift reports that Viceroy Hotels' ultra-chic, ultra boutique property, the Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills, will be spun-off...Show More Summary

How to survive an annoying seatmate

Is it an air flight or a flying asylum? With the busy spring travel season, etiquette expert Jacqueline Whitmore, author and founder of The Protocol School of Palm Beach, says there are ways to cope. The former flight attendant offers these tips on how to deal with some of the most annoying...

60% off the Snowflake Drone: Pre-order exclusive, ships in just 2 weeks!

Barely the size of your palm and light as a feather, the Snowflake drone is perfect for novice pilots to enjoy some aerial R/C action indoors or out. Fly it alone, in a fleet or race against your buddies! The beautiful Snowflake is made of impact-resistant ABS plastic and can soar for up to seven minutes on a single quick charge. Show More Summary

Sophie Goodhart Sets Adam Scott, Jenny Slate, Nick Kroll For ‘My Blind Brother’

EXCLUSIVE: The very first time writer/director Sophie Goodhart made My Blind Brother, it was as a short film that was nominated for the 2003 Palm d’Or. Now, she’s ready to direct the feature version, and she has gotten a strong comic cast. Show More Summary

Pre-Order Deal: Snowflake Drone

Get in on the drone action with quadcopter that’s small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, and can do flips and rolls on command. Designed for easy flying, it has LED lights for evening flights, and can fly indoors or out.

Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil Suspends Members

The RSPO terminated or suspended over 100 members for not submitting annual reports on sustainable palm oil production or procurement.

Watch Trailer for Yves Saint Laurent Biopic Starring Gaspard Ulliel, Léa Seydoux and Louis Garrel

Bertrand Bonello’s Saint Laurent premiered at Cannes in 2014, competing for the Palme d’Or, only five months after another Yves Saint… Read More

The Rise of Mobile Fashion Is Making Everything Flatter

3 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

“Fabric is becoming like women’s faces,” Alber Elbaz, Lanvin’s designer, said the other day in his Paris studio. Taking the bait, I said, “Smooth or wrinkled?” “Smooth,” said Elbaz, and he slowly brushed his palm down an imaginary flat surface and frowned. “I’m totally into wrinkles. It’s about the human... More »

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