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  • Md. native makes a splash as celebrity blogger Necole Bitchie

    Md. native makes a splash as celebrity blogger Necole Bitchie
    If you keep up with pop culture, Hollywood's glitterati and, particularly, the "black" blogosphere, you've probably heard of celebrity blogger "Necole Bitchie." Necole Kane, who grew up on the Eastern Shore and lived in Baltimore for several years while...
  • 'Selma's' Ava DuVernay walks in King's footsteps

     'Selma's' Ava DuVernay walks in King's footsteps
     When director Ava DuVernay was making her new film, "Selma," about the 1965 civil rights marches in Alabama, she found herself in an odd position: re-creating the charged events in the very locations where they took place. To add to the surrealness,...
  • Fiji has tropical charms for nearly any traveler's budget

    When people picture crystal-blue waters, talcum-like beaches, over-the-water huts, bluebird-colored skies and days spent in lounging in hammocks or snorkeling, they typically think of Bora Bora in French Polynesia. What many don't know is that Fiji is...
  • Smoothing out problems with wrinkles

    Smoothing out problems with wrinkles
    Dear Answer Angel Ellen: Thanks to your column and my own experience, I know that wrinkle creams don't really work. I can find no foundations that do not exaggerate wrinkles. And powders are the worst! I learned from Bobbi Brown on an Oprah show that...
  • Daily Love blogger Mastin Kipp talks happiness

     Daily Love blogger Mastin Kipp talks happiness
    Mastin Kipp wants you to be happy. But there's a catch — you have to be willing to do the work. "Most of us know deep down what we want in life, but very few of us actually have the courage to act on it," Kipp told me on a promotional tour for his...
  • Digital Audience Ratings: Fallon's "Ew!" is DAR Gold; 'Walking Dead' Marches Closer to Top

    Provided by ListenFirst Media, DAR measures what entertainment content is resonating most across Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Tumblr, YouTube and Wikipedia combined. For more on the methodology behind DAR, scroll to the bottom of the article. +++++++++...
  • Oprah Winfrey's Digital Division Pacts with TheSkimm for Trending-Topics Web Series

    Oprah.com, the digital platform for Oprah Winfrey's multiple content brands, signed a deal with the TheSkimm, a startup that publishes a femme-focused daily email newsletter, for six weekly video episodes covering top-trending topics. The "Things to...
  • Celebrity marathoners: the pressure, the pitfalls, the payoff

     Celebrity marathoners: the pressure, the pitfalls, the payoff
    Soon after actor Anthony Edwards put out his last cigarette, he decided to run the Chicago marathon. Like most marathoners, Edwards questioned his ability. But unlike most other runners, he knew that if he could not finish, everybody would know it....
  • 2014 Nobel Peace Prize

    2014 Nobel Peace Prize
    The answer: Beyonce, Cher, Bono, Oprah, Malala. The question: Name four singers or movie stars and the most courageous 17-year-old in the world who are known by one name. The Nobel Peace Prize winner has a name that means so much hope to so many girls and...
  • Cheryl Strayed let life run 'Wild' — and look at her now

    Cheryl Strayed let life run 'Wild' — and look at her now
    She doesn't look like you think she will — sun-dyed hair, dirt under her fingernails. She shouldn't, of course: It was nearly two decades ago that she hiked the Pacific Crest Trail, brave and alone at 26. But this is the image of Cheryl Strayed...
  • AFI Fest: 'Selma' footage to be unveiled at event with Oprah Winfrey

    One of the more intriguing entrants to the holiday/late award-season calendar is “Selma,” indie filmmaker Ava DuVernay’s take on Martin Luther King Jr. and three critical months in the civil rights movement circa 1965. The film, which...