There's something about Pete Davidson.
There's something about Pete Davidson.
Here's something to consider about food prep in the age of COVID-19.
Welcome to the new Look of the Day, where we comb through every celebrity outfit from the past 24 hours and feature the single most conversation-worthy ensemble. Love it, leave it, or shop the whole thing below.
A brief investigation into The Row's surprising celebrity pivot.
Macho review – hope and fragile feelings in a tough townscapeAvailable onlineThis short film of a 2016 dance-theatre piece addresses machismo and mental health, finding optimism in self-expression Tender, anxious, touching duets ... Macho, from Hit the Ground Running Dance Theatre Company Photograph: PR
"She is my daughter. She did not ask for this life, to be photographed."
Shoppers have called this styling tool "surprisingly good, especially for the price."
And the look features a peekaboo bra.
The Prince of Wales noted that the last year has been "deeply challenging for us all."
Think of all the dust, dead skin cells and sweat you're sleeping on.
Spring is in full swing, and it’s the perfect time to make use of springtime produce that is in season. Though frequently thought of as a summer fruit, strawberries are going to be ripe for the picking here in a few weeks. And there's no better way to kick off warmer days than by making this...
"I was terrified I was about to go to jail over a pair of shorts."
My roommate is a bit noisier than average. Would it be fair to ask him to start going back to work?You can ask him, writes advice columnist Eleanor Gordon-Smith. But you might want to ask yourself if he’s really the problem ‘Quiet is never so important at home as when everything else in life feels noisy.’ Painting: Liszt at the Piano (1840) by Josef Danhauser. Photograph: Artexplorer/Alamy
Liv Hewson: the funniest things I have ever seen (on the internet)We asked funny people to tell us what gets them giggling when they’re clicking. Liv Hewson gives us a tour through the early 2000s Australian actor and playwright Liv Hewson has been building a shortlist in preparation for this moment. Photograph: Supplied
Culture beats construction in Covid economic recovery, report findsTwice as many jobs could have been created during the Covid crisis if the federal government had invested in culture rather than construction Coalition’s ‘women friendly’ budget overlooked the arts, which creates 10 times more jobs for women than the home building sector, analysts say. Photograph: Lukas Coch/AAP
The pandemic is just one part of the reason.
“[She] doesn't want to be a part of the circus or media attention in any way.”
Figuring out what to cook for dinner isn’t always so easy, especially when it comes to side dishes. OK, the grocery store had a sale on cornish game hens, so you’re making roasted cornish game hens. Or maybe you have some pork chops in your freezer that you need to cook. Perhaps you looked in...
Memorial Day weekend has arrived! Throughout the decades, Memorial Day movies have tugged at our heartstrings. Memorial Day is a moment for us to reflect and remember those who made a significant impact in our lives as Americans and played influential roles in history.
Honestly, she's convincing us to wear heels again.
Sure, most people have trouble remembering things as they get older. However, many cognitive changes are a normal part of aging—including dementia. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines dementia as a general term to describe "impaired ability to remember, think, or make decisions that interferes with doing everyday activities." And, an estimated 5 million adults live with it. While there is no cure for dementia, identifying it early rather than later can be helpful in terms of management. Here are 7 signs someone is getting dementia, per the Alzheimer's Association—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss this special report: I'm a Doctor and Warn You Never Take This Supplement. 1 You Notice Memory Loss That Impairs Daily Activity While forgetting a phone number is not a big deal, one of the key signs of dementia, per the Alzheimer's Association, is forgetting recently learned information. If someone is asking the same questions repeatedly or having to rely on memory aids, this could be a sign of dementia. 2 You Struggling with Planning or Solving Problem Solving You usually have no issues following a plan or keeping track of your bills. And then, all of a sudden these daily tasks become a struggle. This can be a tell-tale sign of dementia. 3 You Notice Decreased or Poor Judgment Has your decision making or judgement seem to have deteriorated? It could be a sign of dementia. This can come in the form of making bad monetary choices or simply paying little attention to grooming. 4 You Start Getting Times, Places and People Mixed Up People with dementia often lose track of dates, names or even seasons. RELATED: 5 Ways to Prevent Dementia, Says Dr. Sanjay Gupta 5 You Have Trouble Understanding Visual Images and Spatial Relationships Vision problems are also an early sign of dementia, which can impact balance or the ability to read. 6 You Are Having Trouble Speaking or Writing People with dementia often struggle with vocabulary, have difficulty coming up with names for a specific object, or use the wrong name. I 7 You Start Misplacing Things and Can't Retrace Your Steps Another common sign of dementia is that an individual struggles to remember where they put things and can't seem to retrace their steps. And to protect your health, don't miss these Signs You're Getting One of the "Most Deadly" Cancers.