12 Beauty Hacks We Learned from ‘Queer Eye’ Star Jonathan Van Ness — StyleCaster

Jonathan Van Ness, one of the five “shamazing” humans that make up Netflix’s revamped edition of Queer Eye, majorly broke out in 2018. But not, like, on his face. Source: Instagram We just mean he became this glorious beacon of fiercedom we didn’t even know we needed. He’s vulnerable, he’s honest, he’s wise, he’s electric… Oh,…

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Friday Ramblings From An Author-Planning the Planners — This Writer’s Life

Can you believe that we’re half way through August? My mystery novel is slowly progressing. I’m still aiming for Dec 31st as the deadline for completion of the first draft. Anyone else working on a deadline? This week I recorded and uploaded another class to Skillshare, this one focuses on conflict and emotion. Here’s the […]

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What Do You Wear to an Author Event? — Self-Published Authors Helping Other Authors

Not too long ago, I was talking with someone about my upcoming novel Rose. They said that it might not be a bad idea for me to maybe get some fancier get-ups, seeing as the book was being published by a company and I was in a better financial position than I was in college […]

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The Stranger Things Season 2 Trailer Hints It’s Up to Eleven and Will to Save Everyone — TIME

Before Stranger Things returns for its second season, Netflix released a final revealing season 2 trailer on Friday the 13th. It begins with Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) racing through the woods in the winter to retrieve the Eggo waffles Chief Jim Hopper (David Harbour) left for her. We also get shots of an eerie Halloween…

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The Women’s March Invited Bernie Sanders. Then the Trouble Started — TIME

When the Women’s Convention announced that Bernie Sanders would speak on the opening night of its national conference in Detroit later this month, the response on social media was swift and brutal. Many supporters of the group, which spearheaded the record-setting marches around the U.S. to protest President Donald Trump’s inauguration in January, were outraged…

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Rihanna and Kaia Gerber Wore the Same Outfit Weeks Apart from Each Other — StyleCaster

Stepping out in the same outfit as another celebrity might be cause for concern for some stars, but for Rihanna and Kaia Gerber—who are both undeniable bosses in their own right—it’s nothing to sweat about. On Wednesday, the 29-year-old singer posted an Instagram of herself sporting an oversized beige button-up, light-washed high-waisted jeans, and adorable…

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Police Body Camera Business Is Booming in Wake of Dallas Shootings — Fortune

The nationwide uproar over police-involved shootings in Louisiana, Minnesota, and Texas this week is fueling sales for companies like Axon, the country’s leading provider of body-worn cameras, used primarily by law enforcement. Axon spokesman Steve Tuttle tells Fortune that he spent most of Friday fielding media calls, less than 24 hours after at least five…

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Violent Content Is Allowed on Facebook Live, in the Right Context — Fortune

The furor and chaos sparked this week by a police shooting that was streamed on Facebook Live has highlighted the platform’s massive potential to affect public life. In a statement released on Friday, Facebook clarified its content filtering policy on Live, particularly as it relates to violent imagery and events. When it comes to such…

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