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Will 'Mighty Kacy' be a heel for the WWE? The 'Ninja Warrior' star explains her career move she says, citing competitors including Barclay Stockett (a good friend who was inspired by Catanzaro's 2014 video to become a ninja), Jessie Graff (the first woman to complete a Stage 2 course) and Allyssa Beird. short “makes her an underdog,” says [...]
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Borno: Not all blood and sorrow – Part 2 Boko Haram terrorists have killed several of their spouses during the invasions of Bama in 2014, and have forced the survivors to abandon their homes and farms. Many escaped As she presents her food ticket to the WFP officer, her toddler clings to [...]
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The 2017 Washington Post Travel photo contest winners and finalists She snapped this eerie and captivating bird's-eye view of Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya's immersive fog sculpture (aptly titled “London Fog”) in March at the Tate Modern on a family trip to London with her younger sister. Using her new . While [...]
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Corrie's Catherine Tyldesley teases her ample cleavage in striking tailored suit alongside soap pals Kym Marsh and ... Meanwhile, Katie Price, 39, arrived fashionably late, putting on an eye-popping display for the style brigade. The TV personality - who was there to support Loose Women with her fellow panellists - slipped on a rather form-fitting mini dress which [...]
Winnie Harlow has a burger after the GQ Awards in London Despite tucking into the famously greasy treat, Winnie still proved her slender model frame in a thigh-skimming mini dress, of quirky acid wash denim. The tiny frock remained Remaining co-ordinated from head to toe, Winnie finished her look with [...]
Last Friday, the singer Kesha (full name Kesha Rose Sebert) was denied her request to be released from a recording contract with ‘Dr Luke’, a man she has filed a lawsuit against, claiming that he both physically and sexually assaulted her. The denial of this request obliges Kesha to continue her contract with Dr Luke’s Kemosabe records, which is owned by Sony. Whilst the producer’s lawyers have stated that Kesha would not be under obligation to work with the man who assaulted her directly, her legal team argue that this would have a negative influence on Kesha’s career as Sony’s interests lie in... As this denial was announced, Kesha was seen to be openly weeping and needing comfort from her mother, who was in attendance with her.
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Here's a collection of films, all of which tell unique stories and leave a lasting impression on you as a viewer. Whether you're interested in animal rights thought-pieces, human health stories or true crime narratives, there's a little bit of everything. This exposing documentary investigates the effects of captivity on Orca Whales at popular American tourist attractions. Through countless examples (most of which are capture on film), we see the devastating effect of tanks and the danger they pose to both human beings and the whales themselves. It forces anyone who watches to question the morality of using animals as entertainment - to the extent that it is believed to be the cause of Sea World's 84% decline in admissions. A devastating, educating and truly eye-opening watch.
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Translation Tuesday: two fictional encounters with Henry Kissinger A bulging face, no neck to speak of, tiny eyes behind enormous glasses, classic wavy hair ... He was referring to those women, but didn’t think his theory through enough to realise it applied to him too. In the run-up to the presidential election ... [...]
Why are disposable contact lenses ideal for the new wearer? Spectacle wearers frequently express annoyance and irritability about having to wear glasses – such people are ... This change to the lens inside the eye is frustratingly natural and happens to men and women alike. How and when a person first notices ... [...]
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No three-peat for women Sharks They were going for a three-peat at the college hockey women's Challenge Cup provincials ... They'd settle for silver, but went on to win back-to-back Ontario crowns in 2014 and 2015. This time, everything was proceeding smoothly in Brampton for the ... [...]
Mann Eye 2 Opens New Location in Baytown (MENAFN Press) In late 2014 after more than 35 years of dedicated ... offer patients convenient high-quality affordable routine eye care appointments contact lens fittings and same-day glasses.” Tammie Hicks OD will lead the team at the new Baytown ... [...]
Transgender and Black, Searching for an Audience Studio sessions like these — where creative dialogue exists for the sake of good art — are not a commonality for Beauty and Diamond, two transgender women who’re struggling ... “Just going back to that frame of mind is definitely triggering ... [...]
PARIS — A “mammoth-verging-on-monstrous,” 15-foot-tall painting of Chinese Communist leader Mao Zedong by Andy Warhol on display at the Art Institute of Chicago in the summer of 2014 triggered the idea for Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni’s latest book: “After Andy, Adventures in Warhol Land.”In the superfun memoir, Fraser-Cavassoni leads the reader on her adventures as a blossoming London “It” girl, and her encounters with movers and shakers from the art, fashion and celebrity worlds orbiting...
Pop stars have always been clothes horses for fashion designers - but more and more of them are turning to designing themselves.So far this year, Skepta has released his debut fashion range and Zayn Malik's Versace Versus collection was unveiled.They join a list of musicians-turned-designers that already includes names like Victoria Beckham, Kanye West and Rihanna.But how easy is it for a pop star to become a successful designer in a world where, traditionally, you had to cut your teeth in...
In “What’s in the Frame: Tourism, art, installation and rebuilding the old whore of a body,” Ian Bethell-Bennett writes about tourism, art, and the representation of the body in the context of colonialism and power. In this article, he examines work by Bahamian artists Blue Curry and Dionne Benjamin-Smith, whose work is on view in “Revisiting An Eye for the Tropics,” on view at the National Gallery of the Bahamas (NAGB) through February 18, 2018. [. . .] We can also look at the photographic...