Season five of The Real Housewives of Potomac started with a bang and went out with one too, as the finale saw Ashley Darby‘s husband Michael Darby aggressively confront Candiace Dillard‘s husband Chris Bassett. At the time, Candiace was venting her frustration with Karen Huger for not condemning Monique Samuels. As fans will recall, earlier in the season, Monique and
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Taraji P. Henson’s “Hidden Figures” Interview: E! News Rewind If you’re hooked on all the gossip (and great life advice) shared on Jada Pinkett Smith‘s Red Table Talk, we’ve got your new favorite show.  Emmy nominee Taraji P. Henson is the host of Facebook Watch’s latest show, Peace of Mind with Taraji, in which she
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All the Bridgertons are named in alphabetical order: Anthony, Benedict (Luke Thompson), Colin (Luke Newton), Daphne, Eloise (Claudia Jessie), Francesca (Ruby Stokes), Gregory (Will Tilston) and Hyacinth (Florence Hunt).  Anthony, Benedict and Colin all look relatively similar, but just know that the one who’s sleeping with the opera singer is Anthony, the one who’s doing
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When it came to dressing a group of the most iconic on-screen fashionistas of the 20th and 21st centuries, Patricia Field wasn’t focused on trendsetting.  “I never really tried to consciously create a trend,” the renowned costume designer for Sex and the City once said in an interview. “All I really ever did was try to make things
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For many years in cinema we thought of movies in a very linear way. Action movies were action movies, comedies were comedies, romantic dramas were… you get the gist. Sure, a comedy might have action here and there, but by and large you were laughing not seeing some heavy getting his face blown to bits.
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We asked 24 of our favorite minds—including Robert Pattinson, Dua Lipa, Offset, Desus + Mero, and more—what they’re discovering about art, and about themselves, in this age of isolation. See how they’re all staying creative in the time of quarantine here. Uncut Gems, Josh and Benny Safdie’s jewelry-heist love letter to New York monomania, turned
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Nevertheless, Pattinson says, he conceived of a brand name for his product, a soft little moniker that kind of summed up what he thought his pasta creation looked like: Piccolini Cuscino. Little Pillow. He thought he’d give the product another go, with me now: “Maybe if I say it in GQ, maybe, like, a partner
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At one of Donald Trump’s press conferences this week, he appeared with a banner behind him proclaiming in all caps that “AMERICA LEADS THE WORLD IN TESTING.” It was an obvious lie—the U.S. lags far behind other countries that have managed to get their coronavirus outbreaks under control, like Denmark, Germany, and New Zealand. But
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Cognac—which is a type of brandy (we’ll get to that)—has always had an unfairly snooty image. It’s the building block for the Sidecar and the original Sazarac—real down-to-earth cocktail classics. As a result of the French embrace of Black servicemen in World War II, they drank it often. Before it was getting shouted out by
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Whether 2020 is bringing out your minimalist side or your wildest fashion instincts, there are plenty of big fits worth celebrating. Timothée Chalamet in New York, December 15, 2020. MEGA / Getty Images Timothée Chalamet Bonus points for snagging a classic Prada nylon jacket that isn’t in classic Prada nylon black. Playboi Carti (and Kid
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Each week, GQ utilizes the latest in deal-identifying technology—i.e. a couple of our staffers spend most of the day shopping online—to uncover all the wildest markdowns on wardrobe-boosting buys from the best men’s clothing sales on the internet. In this week’s episode, a perfect blazer for whenever we can party again, a slick watch to
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“Puchi Puchi” could be the new New Year drink. Bottle-fermented sparkling sake “Awasake,” or foam sake, is already winning awards. In Tokyo’s recent International SAKE Challenge, the Dewazakura Sake Brewery’s sparkling sake in Zendo City in Japan’s   Yamagata Prefecture won first prize. The brewery opened in 1892, and its “Ichiro” and “Dewanosato” sakes are well-known.
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Posted by Hilli, Assistant Editor on January 28, 2019 This morning the American Library Association (ALA) announced the top prizes in children’s and young adult literature, including the Caldecott, Newbery and Printz awards. Scroll on to see the full list of winners and read more about these acclaimed books! NEWBERY MEDAL, for the most outstanding contribution to children’s
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I have a little collection of sapphic Christmas books that I save up to read in December. It isn’t a long list, but I try to make room for at least one every year. At first, I wasn’t sure why I was doing it. I don’t feel a strong pull towards Christmas books in general—although
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