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  • Still no charges for cop who killed former FAMU football player

    Still no charges for cop who killed former FAMU football player
    The parents of Jonathan Ferrell are starting to wonder if they'll ever get justice for their son's death. Ferrell, a 24-year-old former Florida A&M University football player, was unarmed when he was shot by a police officer 10 times on Sept. 14 in...
  • Turning on to the idea that TV is good for you

    Turning on to the idea that TV is good for you
    I've missed a few episodes of "Breaking Bad." All of them, to be precise. I haven't caught much (any) of "Scandal," "Orange Is the New Black" or "The Good Wife." I love TV — the dialogue, the narratives, the way characters and their conflicts...
  • Movies, TV shows taking all the fun out of being a girl

    My daughter was in no hurry to see "The Lego Movie." "Are there any girls in it?" There are, we assured her. She then raced to catch her brother, who was speeding Shani Davis-like from car seat to theater seat. This was the movie he'd been waiting all...
  • 7 missed opportunities that can cost you that dream job

    Brazen Careerist Doing everything right doesn't guarantee you a coveted job. Sometimes what you aren't doing could be responsible for ruining your chance of being hired. (Click here to Tweet this thought.) Are you making any of these career mistakes?...
  • Kat Von D's 'Celebutard' lipstick pulled from Sephora

    Kat Von D's 'Celebutard' lipstick pulled from Sephora
    Sephora has pulled a un-PC shade of lipstick from its shelves -- and it wasn't the color that was controversial. The cosmetics giant this week removed "Celebutard," a pinky-beige hue from the Kat Von D lipstick line, following complaints from disability...
  • At her kosher restaurant, Steven Spielberg's mother embodies spirit of Hanukkah

    At her kosher restaurant, Steven Spielberg's mother embodies spirit of Hanukkah
    By Anne Stein for Oneforthetable.com The Hanukkah crown, to be worn by the person most representing the spirit of the holiday this year would have to go to Leah Adler, the proprietor of the Milky Way, famous for being the best upscale kosher restaurant...
  • Perfume allergies prompt a battle

    Perfume allergies prompt a battle
    The people in the center of a bustling big city are completely captivated by the aroma of a fabulous French perfume for men, resulting in pandemonium. One guy tumbles off a moving motorcycle, which then hurtles through a plate glass window. A gorgeous...
  • Jamie Dornan: Five things to know about the new Christian Grey

    Jamie Dornan: Five things to know about the new Christian Grey
    If you were one of the "Fifty Shades of Grey" fans left scratching your head after Charlie Hunnam was first cast as Christian Grey, you were probably even more perplexed when it was announced Jamie Dornan would take over the role. On Wednesday evening,...
  • Scarlett Johansson takes heat for promoting Israeli firm SodaStream

    RAMALLAH, West Bank – Actress Scarlett Johansson is taking heat from Palestinian activists for becoming a brand ambassador for SodaStream International Ltd., an Israeli company that operates a factory in the West Bank settlement of Maale Adumim....
  • New Facebook app includes LGBT 'Pride' section

    New Facebook app includes LGBT 'Pride' section
    The LGBT community got a pretty big nod from Facebook this week. To supplement its mammoth social network (which turned 10 years old Tuesday), Facebook launched a new iPhone app Monday called "Paper," which gives users a simpler, cleaner way to browse...
  • Dear media: In covering transgender folks, remember, they're people too

    Dear media: In covering transgender folks, remember, they're people too
    Earlier this month, the sports website Grantland ignited controversy over a story on Essay Anne Vanderbilt, also known as Dr. V, the inventor of a “scientifically superior” golf club dubbed “The Oracle.” In writing the article,...