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Is It Time to Replace Your Micro Purse With a Pouch?

Admit it, you can’t fit anything in that Jacquemus Le Chiquito. The teensy It bag has become a favorite of stars like Rihanna and Kylie Jenner but as good as it looks on social media, the Chiquito and the multiple micro purses it has inspired aren’t practical. While the case can be made for editing down your possessions so […]

Jennifer Lopez Wore Custom Versace for Her 50th Birthday

Jennifer Lopez Wore Custom Versace for Her 50th Birthday

Jennifer Lopez Wore Custom Versace for Her 50th Birthday Jennifer Lopez rang in her 50th birthday with a star-studded party at Star Island in Miami. Naturally, the glamorous entertainer pulled out all the fashion stops for the occasion; with her fiancé Alex Rodriguez by her side, she looked positively radiant in a golden, barely there […]

Why Beige is, Surprisingly, 2019’s Least Boring Trend

Why Beige is, Surprisingly, 2019’s Least Boring Trend

Why Beige is, Surprisingly, 2019’s Least Boring Trend “What’s with all this otherworldly iridescence?” a friend texted me after the Fall 2018 runway shows had wrapped. She’d noticed an abundance of spacey, oil-slick-effect garments at the Sies Marjan, Maison Margiela and Balmain shows and was hoping her fashion bellwether (me) could explain their existence. Right […]

Last Night’s Tony Awards Red Carpet Was Brilliantly Queer

Last Night’s Tony Awards Red Carpet Was Brilliantly Queer

Last Night’s Tony Awards Red Carpet Was Brilliantly Queer The backdrop of  the red carpet at last nights 73rd annual Tony awards was a lush carpet of 22,000 roses hand spray-painted by designer Raul Avila and neatly arranged in the shape of a rainbow Pride flag. As this year marks the 50th anniversary of the […]

Celebrity Big Brother 2 – 2019 Season

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Celebrity Big Brother 2 – 2019 Season   Returning to CBS this winter is the 2019 season of Celebrity Big Brother 2! Host Julie Chen confirmed at the end of BB20 we could expect her back for the series and executive producer Allison Grodner revealed casting started during the summer season which means the new season has been in preparation for […]

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark   Scary Stories to Tell in The Dark, around a campfire, at sleepovers or read online. Alvin Schwartz put together a collection of spooky tales for kids based on ghost stories and urban legends. The three titles in the Stories To Tell series are Scary Stories to Tell in […]

Smith keeps Tamim on his toes

Smith keeps Tamim on his toes

Smith keeps Tamim on his toes Sports Reporter Comilla Victorians coach Mohammad Salahuddin informed that new captain Steve Smith was keeping everyone in their toes and made Tamim Iqbal run extra hard during their stay at the crease together. Tamim played a handy 35-run knock at the top that got Comilla close to victory before […]

When is the 2018-19 College Football Playoff?

When is the 2018-19 College Football Playoff?

When is the 2018-19 College Football Playoff?   The fifth annual College Football Playoff starts on Saturday, Dec. 29, 2018 with two semifinal games that determine who will face off for the national championship a week later. The CFP National Championship is scheduled for Monday, Jan. 7 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. The two semifinals games […]

Gift to Support Baylor Built Program Will Benefit Student-Athletes

Gift to Support Baylor Built Program Will Benefit Student-Athletes

Gift to Support Baylor Built Program Will Benefit Student-Athletes WACO, Texas (Dec. 20, 2018) – Baylor University today celebrates generous philanthropic support for the recently launched Baylor Built program, a key component of the “Preparing Champions for Life” vision of Baylor Athletics. The gift coincides with the public launch of Give Light, a $1.1 billion comprehensive philanthropic campaign […]