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The Best Minimalist Skincare Regimen, According to Dermatologists

Your skincare regimen doesn’t need to comprise an expensive rotation of exfoliators, masks, serums, tonics, and night creams. You do, however, need to meet the baseline requirements of cleansing and moisturizing.

 

 

Such a regimen will help prevent aging, acne, and improve the overall look and feel of your skin. 

So, what’s the minimum amount of products you can use to reap these benefits without breaking the bank and crowding your sink ledge? We ran the same question by some board-certified dermatologists. Here are the three key things that nearly every one of them suggested.


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1. In the morning, use a moisturizer with broad-spectrum SPF 30+

It’s no surprise you need to moisturize in the morning after cleansing. It rehydrates the skin after all its natural oils wash away with the excess grime, in addition to nourishing it with vitamins and antioxidants. A moisturizer also creates a defensive layer atop the skin to shield it from toxins.

It’s also no surprise you need an SPF—one that defends against both categories of ultraviolet rays (skin-aging UVA rays, as well as sunburn- and cancer-causing UVB rays). The higher the SPF, the mightier the defense, though it’s not a proportionate scale (SPF 30 doesn’t necessarily cover you twice as effectively as SPF 15, though it does cover you significantly more). Either way, most doctors agreed that you need an SPF 30 (or greater) in your regimen. That’s easily folded into the moisturizing step by getting an SPF-packed moisturizer. So long as it’s one that is SPF 30+ and offers broad-spectrum coverage.


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“The sunblock should have a physical block such as titanium or zinc,” adds Dr. Jennifer S. Kitchin. “It reflects the UV rays off your skin, and protects you from the long-term effects of photo-aging, such as skin cancer, wrinkles, and brown spots.”

Dr. Avnee Shah recommends Elta MD moisturizer with SPF 30 + 7% zinc oxide.

2. Cleanse twice a day

Before you apply moisturizer, you need to cleanse—a minimum of twice daily. Do this any time after sleeping, sweating excessively, and before bed. This flushes away the sweat, grime, toxins, and excess oil that make your face shiny, greasy, and prone to pimples (since all those bad things can clog your pores). Every dermatologist you will ever encounter will repeat all of this, as did the dozen-plus experts we spoke with. Some specified the most optimal cleansers for different needs, however:

Shah suggests a foaming cleanser for oily skin (like Avène’s), and a gentler, non-foaming cleanser for dry skin (like Philosophy’s).

Dr. Holly Hanson says if you have sensitive skin (as in, easily irritable), pick a gentle cleanser like Neutrogena’s which won’t disrupt your skin’s pH levels and will still allow you to wash twice daily without punishment.

Dr. Kassie Haitz likes cleansers with salicylic acid (like from La Roche Posay), since they help to dissolve dead skin cells and thus do the job of an exfoliator by unclogging pores (sans scrubbing).


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3. Use a retinol product at bedtime

While this may seem like an extraneous step, it’s the most agreed-upon necessity from dermos. You can combine your bedtime moisturizer with retinol in order to reverse fine lines, acne, and sunspots on your skin. For real, it actually reverses those things (and makes many go away) when you use it for 3+ months and continue to use it. Retinol is a vitamin A-derived product that comes in prescription grade doses, or in smaller amounts over the counter (and blended into night creams). By applying before bed, you maximize its powers, because it works in tandem with your body’s regenerative process.

Talk to your doctor about the best retinol approach for your specific needs, especially so you can avoid inverse effects. (Mainly: added sensitivity to sunlight, hence the increased importance of SPF.)

Differin’s retinol gel would be my pick,” says Shah, adding that it was a prescription product that only recently became available over the counter. But talk to your dermatologist first before picking a retinol.


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The Best Anti-aging Regimen, According to Dermatologists

Fighting age is like fighting gravity. But just as you can hop into an anti-gravity chamber to float weightlessly, you can start an anti-aging regimen to thwart fine lines, wrinkles, enlarged pores, dark spots, and loose skin. (There’s a lot to look forward to—as early as your 20s.)

 

 

We went to the experts to learn the best ways to prevent (and reverse) these superficial signs of aging. Here’s what our group of board-certified dermatologists suggest you do routinely if you want to look as young as possible—and naturally so—for as long as possible.


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Basic Daytime Skincare

1. Stay Hydrated

Use a moisturizer at least twice daily—morning and night, after cleansing—to keep your skin looking firm and smooth.

“When skin is dry, our fine lines and wrinkles are much more noticeable,” says Jennifer S. Kitchin, M.D. That’s why she recommends calming, nutrient-rich facial moisturizers like Avene’s Tolerance Extreme Emulsion and Cicalfate Post-Actate. The former absorbs quickly and soothes the skin, and the latter is great to use after shaving or exfoliating.

2. Wear Sunscreen

“The most important anti-aging tip is to use sunblock, sunblock, and sunblock,” Kitchin says. “Use SPF 30 or greater on a regular basis. Reapply every few hours when you’re outside, because, if you’re sweating or swimming, your water-resistant sunblock will only last about an hour and twenty minutes.”

Kitchin recommends an SPF-packed moisturize, like MD Solar Sciences SPF 30. The most important factor in any sunscreen is that the product has a physical blocking ingredient, like titanium or zinc.

Lauren Meshkov Bonati, M.D., of Edwards, CO, likes SPF moisturizers that can be found at almost any drugstore.

“Most of my male patients prefer an easy morning regimen, so I typically recommend Eucerin Daily Protection Facial Moisturizing Lotion with Broad Spectrum SPF 30, CeraVe AM Facial Lotion SPF 30, or Cetaphil Daily Facial Moisturizer SPF 50,” she says. “These products are lightweight, unscented, and non-greasy so they don’t feel like makeup or traditional cosmetic products. They’re also affordable and easy to find, making them accessible to virtually everyone.”

And remember: Using sunscreen isn’t the only way to shield harmful UV rays.

“Wear SPF even when it isn’t sunny, because UV rays that cause sun damage still come through year round,” says Sonoa Au, M.D. You should also wear protective clothing, like hats, sunglasses, or long sleeves to protect the skin from direct exposure, she adds.


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3. Use a Retinoid

Nearly every dermatologist will tell you to use an anti-aging retinol at bedtime. This vitamin A-derived cream is proven to smooth fine lines, even out your complexion (eradicating acne and dark spots), and shrink pores. They’re potent, so you wear them at night, then wash them away in the morning before any sun exposure.

“Men are more tolerant of retinoids than women, as their skin tends to be a little thicker,” Susan Bard, M.D., says.

4. Try Serums

Antioxidant-rich serums are also proven to brighten and smooth complexion, while acting as a natural defense against signs of aging (when combined with the rest of this regimen, especially SPF).

“I recommend ones such as Skinceuticals CE Ferulic (which is rich in vitamins C and E),” says Meshkov Bonati.

Diet and Behavior

1. Eat More Antioxidants

You can boost your aging defense system with an antioxidant-rich diet.

“I recommend antioxidants, which help reduce inflammation,” says Kitchin. “When left uncontrolled, inflammation contributes to aging as well as many disease processes in the body.” She suggest eating a diet heavy in fruits and vegetables—namely berries, spinach, and kale.”

2. Kick the Habit

Want to prevent your skin from aging faster than it should? Quit smoking, advises Tina Kinsley, M.D.

“It’s not sexy, but that’s what really is going to keep men firmly in silver fox territory when that time comes.”

There’s Always Botox

Outside of a routine, you can prevent superficial wear with a tiny subcutaneous injection. Botox isn’t the hack job you think it is, especially if done in moderation.

“Botox can help reduce the deep furrows that develop in between the eyebrows, on the forehead, and around the eyes,” says Avnee Shah, M.D.

It prevents the skin from wrinkling and thus can be used as prevention against signs of aging and wear. Ask your dermatologist about the options best available and most appropriate for you, as well as the short- and long-term effects.

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The Gospel According to André – Kate Novack

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The Gospel According to André

Kate Novack

Genre: Documentary

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Release Date: May 25, 2018


André Leon Tally has been a fixture in the world of fashion for so long that it’s difficult to imagine a time when he wasn’t defining the boundaries of great style. Kate Novack’s intimate portrait, The Gospel According to André takes viewers on an emotional journey from André’s roots growing up in the segregated Jim Crow South to become one of the most influential tastemakers and fashion curators of our times. Novack’s film draws fascinating, heretofore unexplored connections, between the elegance of André’s beloved grandmother and the Black Church of his youth and his later iconic, barrier-breaking work at publications like Women’s Wear Daily, W and Vogue. Weaving together a wealth of archival footage from the most glamorous moments in fashion history with André’s poignant reflections on his life and career, The Gospel According to André is a cinematic monument to one of the most unique figures of 20th Century American culture.

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What Men Want, According to Online Dating

I’m trying this online dating thing. You see, I’m late 30s and almost officially divorced. As a single mom, I don’t have much options meeting men and when I do go out, guys in their mid-20s flock to me. It’s sweet but not really practical.

So here I am, finally splashing in the big kid pool called dating. I wasn’t sure what men wanted at my age. I mean, I had been monogamous for years and so I didn’t know what to expect. I signed up for a few sites, and low and behold, I have learned a few things about what men want, according to online dating. I thought it would be conversation, company, and maybe sex.
Turns out it’s not exactly what I had expected.

Yard Work:
“I’m looking for a woman to go fishing with and do yard work. I hope she enjoys it!”

This was a message I received from a man.

Note, if you have ever seen me with a weed whacker, you would know that enjoying yard work + Laura is virtually impossible.

Apparently men don’t want good conversation, they want someone to pick those damn weeds!

Answer Their Damn Messages:
“We could have had something good together!”

I hadn’t responded to the 50th email of his so he was angry about all of our romantic tensions dying.

Apparently, men want to be acknowledged just like women, even if they’re stalkers.

Find Good Plastic Surgeons:
The first message I received from one man was: “I love your tits. Where did you get them done?”
Apparently, men want to know the names of good plastic surgeons for their future ex-wives I’m assuming.
P.S. They’re real, Kiddo.

No Games, No Drama:
No games. No drama. I’m no drama. I’m no games. I’m not here for games.
The game and drama speak is endless. Men shout from their online profiles: NO DRAMA.

Apparently, men are becoming VERY serious about their online dating and attempting to cover up their endless need for drama with a refusal of said need.
Everyone knows that when thou protests much there is something to hide.

A Foot Rub:
“I would love someone to rub my feet.”
Apparently, this guy’s concubine was out to lunch and he just needed a fill-in.
Hey if the pay is good…why not?

More Kids: But In His Order:
“I want more children. A boy first and then a girl, and a year apart total.”
Apparently, this is a baby-making service and not an online dating tool. I wonder how he planned on guaranteeing the gender of the kids?

I’ve Been So Blessed:
I messaged one man saying hello. He got back to me stating that “I am incredibly blessed with the ability to already find two people to talk to and so I will be closing all opportunities at this time.”

Apparently, he wasn’t blessed with two women to date but blessed with a gift from God or the ability to sound like a contestant in the Miss America contest.

At this rate, I may not be meeting quality men but at least I’m “learning” so much and laughing about it!

Signed,
The Woman who has Real Breasts & Hates Yardwork

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How to Holiday like a Fashion Designer, According to Instagram

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For the fashion set, August is the time to pack up and hit the road. Pre-fall, men’s, and couture have just come to a long-awaited close, and September’s spring shows still feel blissfully far off. If anyone knows how to kick back and relax in style, it’s the designers who have labored over collections for the other eleven months of the year. Below, find snaps from Riccardo Tiscis holiday in Puglia, Tory Burchs trip out West, Nicolas Ghesquières zip-lining adventure in Majorca, and so much more. A little FOMO is par for the course. Perhaps you can use these tips as inspiration for your own summer getaway next year.

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Celebrity makeup artists always know the best skin care products–they need them to keep their clients’ skin in good shape under heavy on-camera foundations and to avoid irritation through multiple makeup changes. And Andréa Tiller, a makeup artist whose work you’ve seen on lovely women like Olivia Culpo and Amy Schumer, is one of those people we count on to know. Luckily last night she was in a sharing mood, spilling the details of three of her all-time favorites on Instagram, writing, “I can’t live without these! Seriously!” and adding “I have also used these on my clients as skin prep and they love them!”

Here are the products that currently have her heart:

Sisley Paris All Day All Year Cream ($ 410, nordstrom.com). She says, “This cream does it all! It’s amazing for daytime use. It has sunscreen in it that lasts up to eight hours! This is rare because most moisturizer’s sunscreen lasts up to four hours.” She continued, “This is usually my last step before I put on my makeup–no need for primer. Did I also mention it’s anti-aging? It’s really gentle on my skin and doesn’t feel oily!” One last point: “This is also for all skin types including sensitive and oily.” What makes it worth $ 410, you may ask? The micro-encapsulated filter technology that blocks out 90 percent of UV rays for hours on end as well as the fact that it contains 12–yes, 12–active ingredients that protect and repair skin.

Glamglow Supermud Clearing Treatment, ($ 69, sephora.com). “I am obsessed with this mud mask–I’ve been using this brand for years. If for a second I feel my face is about to break out I put this on and any blemish is gone and flat the next day. It’s a miracle worker!”

Vintners Daughter Active Botanical Serum ($ 185, vintnersdaughter.com). “This is such a beautiful face oil, I highly recommend it. I’ve been using it for a couple of months and my skin is radiant and softer!” How she applies: “I use it every night before bed and wake up glowing.” Pricey but, she says, “worth every penny!”

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How to Deal with This Summer’s Rosé Shortage, According to Babe Walker

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Much to our dismay, the end of summer is frighteningly close. And while saying goodbye to sand-covered feet and wavy beach hair is cause enough to slip into a depressive state, the news that the New York area might soon experience another rosé shortage is simply too much to handle. Looking for answers, we reached out to Babe Walker, the social media star who, along with The Fat Jewish, founded this summer’s most Instagrammed bottle of blush-colored wine, White Girl Rosé. Here, she shares her thoughts on the upcoming rosé apocalypse of 2015.

Is a rosé shortage the ultimate white girl problem?
Honestly, last summer was a literal nightmare. In the Hamptons, screaming people were running through the streets, wearing unflattering football helmets, carrying lit torches, searching to find rosé wherever they could. It was not chic. Sorry . . . that was a really long answer when I guess I could have just said “yes.”

How are you and The Fat Jewish preparing for the upcoming rosé shortage?
Jew and I are like rosé-apocalypse preppers. However, there is a stockpile of White Girl Rosé (for all of our fans) sitting in a secret underground silo just waiting to be tapped into.

Is White Girl Rosé in risk of going out of stock?
We are one million percent not going to run out of White Girl Rosé. After last summer we decided our whole platform would be “Never Again,” so we made sure to crush enough grapes to keep everyone happy. Although demand for White Girl has been way higher than expected, we will have enough. We just bottled an additional 250,000 bottles . . . just in case.

What is another acceptable drink in the summer if the rosé apocalypse indeed happens?
Lemonade. Just kidding, that would be terrible. Do you know how much sugar is in that poison? It’s really bad for you. Truthfully . . . mineral water, as long as the H20 is sourced from a Peruvian aquifer with a depth of 2,000 feet or more.

What other ways do you suggest people cope if rosé runs out?
Meditation. Or you can call my shaman, Steve. Or Meth.

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For everyone who thinks they know everything about “How I Met Your Mother,” prepare to be lawyered.

Alyson Hannigan, otherwise known as Lily Aldrin, has been busy since the show ended a little more than a year ago. She’s had her hands full with being a mom, has a role in a new film called “Modern Love” and she’s even working with Ball Park’s Finest hot dogs, which she did admit, though she “usually” doesn’t try to brag, looked so good after she cooked them over a campfire that they wouldn’t even need a filter on Instagram.

During a short reprieve from her busy schedule, Hannigan took some time to chat with The Huffington Post about some behind-the-scenes stories from “HIMYM.” Prepare yourself: they might change the whole way you look at the show.

1. The cast talked about having an intervention for all of their puns.

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When asked if the cast had any interventions that didn’t make the show, Hannigan said, “We talked about needing an intervention for ourselves to stop making so many puns. We would just pun for hours and hours and hours. It was great, but we were like, ‘We might have a problem,’ but we enjoyed it.”

The puns all started when a guest star mentioned the magazine Cat Fancy, Hannigan added: “We started having cat puns, and we had an afternoon of punning anything about cats. Fancy that!”

2. Alyson Hannigan’s real kid was fired from the show.



One of Hannigan’s kids was slated to play Lily and Marshall’s second child, but then she got some disappointing news. “They fired my kid from that role. She was gonna be the baby, but [producer] Carter Bays was like, ‘Nope. She’s too old,’ and she got replaced,” Hannigan said.

“I was like, ‘You fired my child. First of all that’s ageism. I don’t think you’re allowed to fire her because she’s too old,'” she joked.

3. The Cockamouse was real.

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The Cockamouse was the mysterious hybrid creature that Marshall and Lily found in their apartment, and though it seems like something someone made up, like the “South Park” monster ManBearPig, it turns out this was based on a real story.

“Yes, that is based on a story that happened to [producer] Kourtney Kang in New York in an apartment she lived in,” says Hannigan. She continued, “They were not sure if it was a cockroach or a mouse. And they’re pretty convinced it must’ve been both and it did fly away.”

To that, HuffPost responded, “Are you freaking kidding me?” Hannigan said, “I don’t think it flew out of the window, but it flew.”

4. The cast originally wanted Victoria to be the mom.
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“Early on, I wanted Victoria to be the mom,” Hannigan said. “I guess Carter later said had we got canceled she would’ve been the mom. But, you know, somebody great would come on [the show] and we would be like, ‘Yeah, we want her to be the mom,’ so it was sort of just like whoever was on for a long period of time. We’re like, ‘Let her be the mom. Let her.’ We just loved everybody.”

5. Some of the cast knew early on that the mom would die.

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Actor Josh Radnor was told about the major “HIMYM” finale twist during Season 1 of the show and Hannigan actually found out early as well. They had to film a lot of reactions for Ted Mosby’s kids early in the series that would then air in later seasons, the actress said, and after that some “whisperings” started getting out that the series would end with the mom’s death.

“I knew that was the case,” said Hannigan. “I didn’t know who the mom was going to be, but I did know that the reason he was telling all these stories is because she passed away, which was very sweet.”

6. Producers were worried Alyson Hannigan and Cristin Milioti looked too similar.
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Hannigan says the whole process of finding the right actress to play the mom was “very secretive” and caused some suspicion around set when trailers that would “never be locked” suddenly were. Hannigan says she first met the mother, Cristin Milioti, in a makeup trailer because producers wanted to see how the pair looked side by side.

“They wanted to look at us next to each other to see if they were going change her hair or something because they were a little worried that we looked similar, so I had to go stand next to her and we had some people look at us together,” she said.

7. Alyson Hannigan was the reason Lily never had a musical number.

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Each of the main cast members on “HIMYM” had a musical number except for Lily — and it turns out there was a good reason for that.

“I begged them not to make me,” said Hannigan. “Yeah, singing has never been something that I wanted to do publicly. It’s actually like a phobia. I know it sounds weird, but it has always been that way. And then I find myself in these shows that want to do musicals, and I’m like, ‘Noooooo!'”

Hannigan says she has gotten better when it comes to singing, but she’s “not gonna be dropping an album anytime soon.”

8. If it was up to Jason Segel, “HIMYM” would have a Hanukkah reunion show.

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The actress told HuffPost she’d definitely be into a “HIMYM” reunion and that Jason Segel was actually coming up with some ideas during the finale.

“Jason was pitching some really funny specials, like a Hanukkah special and all these things with Carter. It was quite funny… Carter said we could do eight Hanukkah specials. One for each night. I’d be up for it,” she said.

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8 Facts That’ll Change How You View ‘How I Met Your Mother,’ According To Alyson Hannigan

For everyone who thinks they know everything about “How I Met Your Mother,” prepare to be lawyered.

Alyson Hannigan, otherwise known as Lily Aldrin, has been busy since the show ended a little more than a year ago. She’s had her hands full with being a mom, has a role in a new film called “Modern Love” and she’s even working with Ball Park’s Finest hot dogs, which she did admit, though she “usually” doesn’t try to brag, looked so good after she cooked them over a campfire that they wouldn’t even need a filter on Instagram.

During a short reprieve from her busy schedule, Hannigan took some time to chat with The Huffington Post about some behind-the-scenes stories from “HIMYM.” Prepare yourself: they might change the whole way you look at the show.

1. The cast talked about having an intervention for all of their puns.

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When asked if the cast had any interventions that didn’t make the show, Hannigan said, “We talked about needing an intervention for ourselves to stop making so many puns. We would just pun for hours and hours and hours. It was great, but we were like, ‘We might have a problem,’ but we enjoyed it.”

The puns all started when a guest star mentioned the magazine Cat Fancy, Hannigan added: “We started having cat puns, and we had an afternoon of punning anything about cats. Fancy that!”

2. Alyson Hannigan’s real kid was fired from the show.



One of Hannigan’s kids was slated to play Lily and Marshall’s second child, but then she got some disappointing news. “They fired my kid from that role. She was gonna be the baby, but [producer] Carter Bays was like, ‘Nope. She’s too old,’ and she got replaced,” Hannigan said.

“I was like, ‘You fired my child. First of all that’s ageism. I don’t think you’re allowed to fire her because she’s too old,'” she joked.

3. The Cockamouse was real.

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The Cockamouse was the mysterious hybrid creature that Marshall and Lily found in their apartment, and though it seems like something someone made up, like the “South Park” monster ManBearPig, it turns out this was based on a real story.

“Yes, that is based on a story that happened to [producer] Kourtney Kang in New York in an apartment she lived in,” says Hannigan. She continued, “They were not sure if it was a cockroach or a mouse. And they’re pretty convinced it must’ve been both and it did fly away.”

To that, HuffPost responded, “Are you freaking kidding me?” Hannigan said, “I don’t think it flew out of the window, but it flew.”

4. The cast originally wanted Victoria to be the mom.
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“Early on, I wanted Victoria to be the mom,” Hannigan said. “I guess Carter later said had we got canceled she would’ve been the mom. But, you know, somebody great would come on [the show] and we would be like, ‘Yeah, we want her to be the mom,’ so it was sort of just like whoever was on for a long period of time. We’re like, ‘Let her be the mom. Let her.’ We just loved everybody.”

5. Some of the cast knew early on that the mom would die.

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Actor Josh Radnor was told about the major “HIMYM” finale twist during Season 1 of the show and Hannigan actually found out early as well. They had to film a lot of reactions for Ted Mosby’s kids early in the series that would then air in later seasons, the actress said, and after that some “whisperings” started getting out that the series would end with the mom’s death.

“I knew that was the case,” said Hannigan. “I didn’t know who the mom was going to be, but I did know that the reason he was telling all these stories is because she passed away, which was very sweet.”

6. Producers were worried Alyson Hannigan and Cristin Milioti looked too similar.
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Hannigan says the whole process of finding the right actress to play the mom was “very secretive” and caused some suspicion around set when trailers that would “never be locked” suddenly were. Hannigan says she first met the mother, Cristin Milioti, in a makeup trailer because producers wanted to see how the pair looked side by side.

“They wanted to look at us next to each other to see if they were going change her hair or something because they were a little worried that we looked similar, so I had to go stand next to her and we had some people look at us together,” she said.

7. Alyson Hannigan was the reason Lily never had a musical number.

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Each of the main cast members on “HIMYM” had a musical number except for Lily — and it turns out there was a good reason for that.

“I begged them not to make me,” said Hannigan. “Yeah, singing has never been something that I wanted to do publicly. It’s actually like a phobia. I know it sounds weird, but it has always been that way. And then I find myself in these shows that want to do musicals, and I’m like, ‘Noooooo!'”

Hannigan says she has gotten better when it comes to singing, but she’s “not gonna be dropping an album anytime soon.”

8. If it was up to Jason Segel, “HIMYM” would have a Hanukkah reunion show.

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The actress told HuffPost she’d definitely be into a “HIMYM” reunion and that Jason Segel was actually coming up with some ideas during the finale.

“Jason was pitching some really funny specials, like a Hanukkah special and all these things with Carter. It was quite funny… Carter said we could do eight Hanukkah specials. One for each night. I’d be up for it,” she said.

In the words of Barney Stinson, that sounds pretty legen …

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Poker According to Sun Tzu – Mike Evan

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Poker According to Sun Tzu

Mike Evan

Genre: Games

Publish Date: November 7, 2012

Publisher: Mike Evan

Seller: Smashwords


Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War” has been studied by great military leaders throughout the centuries. Its methods have shaped military strategy and tactics, even up to the present day. Along the way, many have found its teachings valuable for a host of non-martial fields, such as business, management, and sports. Indeed, its lessons on how to embrace conflict, and turn disadvantage into advantage, are universally appealing. Now, Sun Tzu’s timeless work offers its wisdom and insight to the competitive poker player. Players at all levels will find a multitude of lessons to help them maintain discipline, find their “center,” and raise their play to the level of a master. This book is not merely a commentary on the original masterpiece. Rather, it is an adaptation of the famous military treatise, changing the language and context from warfare to the game of poker, while preserving the style and tempo of the original work. The correct mindset, the ability to handle the internal conflict between mind and will, is crucial for the skillful competitor. “Poker According to Sun Tzu” offers pearls of wisdom to help any player hone his instincts, master his impulses, and raise his game to a higher level.

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These Are The Best And Worst Cities For Families, According To WalletHub

A new report from personal finance social network WalletHub ranks the best and worst cities for families in 2015.

The top five family-friendly cities are Overland Park, KS; Plano, TX; Virginia Beach, VA; Lincoln, NE; and Sioux Falls, SD — while the bottom five were Jackson, MS; Birmingham, AL; Detroit, MI; Miami, FL; and Baton Rouge, LA. To see each more city rankings, hover over the map below.

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Looking at metrics like health, safety, education, child care, affordability and availability of family activities, researchers compared and ranked the 150 most populated U.S. cities.

WalletHub’s report also highlights some more specific statistics about median family salaries, divorce rates, playgrounds per capita, and more. For example, Madison, WI was shown to have the highest number of playgrounds per capita while Hialeah, FL had the fewest.

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‘According To My Mother’ Takes A Comedic Look At LGBT Acceptance And Cultural Differences

Like a lot of queer people, Daniel K. Isaac has a complicated relationship with his mother, Esther.

Esther is a devoutly religious Korean-American who doesn’t approve of her son’s sexuality — and she isn’t shy about telling him so. For a long time, Isaac grappled with how to deal with his mother’s disapproval and constant comments about his sexuality. But then friends made him realize something powerful — the way his mother communicated her feelings about his life and sexuality are actually hilarious.

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They’re so funny, in fact, that Daniel created a hashtag, #AccordingToMyMother, which became a viral Internet sensation. This happened not only because of the comedic nature of their communication, but because of the visible exploration of the love between a mother and child, despite the way that cultural and religious differences can serve as a wedge in their relationships.

Now, Isaac plans to turn the #AccordingToMyMother sensation into a film, funded through a Kickstarter campaign. While his mother is embarrassed by the online attention she has received, especially with her living in California and Daniel in New York, she is fully supportive of the film and embraces the idea that art can be therapeutic.

The Huffington Post spoke with Isaac this week about why he decided to start sharing his relationship with his mom with the public, and what he hopes can be achieved achieve through this film.

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The Huffington Post: What made you want to start sharing your mom’s quotes?
Daniel K. Isaac: Living on opposite sides of the country, the main form of communication my mom and I have is by phone. In order to limit the duration of these conversations, I often call my mom on my way to something: the subway station, work, rehearsal, or home. On many occasions, I would arrive at a destination while finishing up a call in front of my friends or castmates or coworkers and they would ask why I was in whatever emotional state my mother had put me in. I would recount the conversation, and rather than finding empathy or compassion for my plight, I would be met with laughter or utter shock and disbelief. It took an outsider’s perspective for me to realize how ridiculous or absurd and downright comical my mom sounded. When I learned to observe the hilarity rather than the negative arguments themselves, I didn’t mind calling my mom as much. In fact, I looked forward to it. I realized maybe other people would enjoy hearing about this too and see how a different perspective can radically change a relationship dynamic. So I took to Facebook and received more “likes” on those snippets of conversations than I ever did on a new profile picture. And that led to a Tumblr and an Instagram account and now a movie!

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HP: What has the reaction been like?
I can no longer have a “mom-free” conversation. Instead of being introduced as Daniel the actor, I now hear, “You should add Daniel as a Facebook friend so you can read more about his mom.” People I haven’t spoken to in years will share embarrassing and intimate details about their family and their parental relationships or how they have been meaning to start their own hashtag or blog for “According To My Southern Mother” or “Sh*t My German Mom Says.”

I have a handful of friends and old acquaintances who are reticent to express their support. I’ve been told #accordingtomymother is improper. Or I am airing my dirty laundry. Or disrespecting my elders. Or dishonoring a familial bond or parent-child confidentiality (is that a thing?). I counter these points with stories about friends/acquaintances/strangers who tell me about their idiosyncratic families, who share potentially traumatic anecdotes for the first time, who are given permission and a platform to express their personal experiences and how they empathize with their own family backgrounds. And that makes it worth it — to at least help start the conversation.

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What do you think your relationship with your mom can show us about understanding and love between people who maybe don’t see eye to eye?
When my mom disowned me for being gay, it was my freshman year of college. I remember going to the Financial Aid Office to consider my options as a suddenly-and-unexpectedly financially-independent 16-year-old, and they had me fill out some surprisingly simple paperwork and register for ten sessions of therapy. The therapist I was assigned ended up being the best thing to come from the Financial Aid Office — of all places! He really helped me find a new way to approach my relationship with my mother.

He said I could be “White,” “Black” or “Gray.” “White” meant I could go back in the closet as my mom hoped and prayed and return to the church and fight this “sin” and have the old relationship I had with my mother. “Black” meant resuming our silence, letting the rift grow larger and learning to live without a relationship with my mother because neither of us was going to change. I was always going to be gay. She was always going to believe that homosexuality was a choice and a sin. Or I could try to find the “Gray.” He highlighted the fact that my mother was a single parent and I was an only child and that our relationship, while incredibly messy, was important to each of us. And perhaps we could find a gray area in which I would accept the likelihood that she was never going to change her belief system, but I would learn to have compassion in the face of her homophobia, or ignore her ignorance, and let her words that were meant to hurt just go through one ear and out the other. Love by example, even when it may never be reciprocated in the same fashion. Am I always successful at this? No. I mean, I find a weird form of catharsis by writing about it and sharing it with the world. But I think the intention is pure. And maybe if we found the gray area in our extreme points of view a little bit more, then maybe we could have a little more understanding in the world. A little more love.

What’s the one thing you want people to take away from your experience?
I think by writing #accordingtomymother, I’ve learned the importance of trying to find laughter and comedy when there’s seemingly none to be found. I think humor is part of my healing and coping process and I hope to be able to share that with these posts and with this movie. I hope that, past the hilarity and the absurdity of it all, you can see one guy’s “resilience,” which sounds like too strong a word, but basically this is how I work with the cards I’ve been dealt and maybe that can help someone else through their own journey.

Oh, and, call your mom.

Head here to visit the Kickstarter campaign for “According To My Mother.”

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The Beauty Rules According to Salma Hayek: Here’s What You Need to Know

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A quick look at Salma Hayeks itinerary reads like a whirlwind international tour. With back-to-back trips to Lebanon, London, Venice, and Cannes on her schedule this month—not to mention regular sprints home to Paris, where she lives with her husband, François-Henri Pinault, and seven-year-old daughter, Valentina—you might think jet lag was par for the course. And yet, in town for a morning television appearance on a sunny day in Manhattan, the actress radiates the healthy glow and easy charisma that’s more commonly associated with a good night’s sleep.

“I’m excited about the things that I’m doing,” says Hayek of the vitality she draws from her upcoming projects, which include producing an animated film based on Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet and acting in The Tale of Tales and Sausage Party. “It’s like being super tired, but then you have a very hot date,” she explains with a laugh, “Somehow you just get the energy back.” There’s always her arsenal of trusted beauty secrets. Four years ago, Hayek launched Nuance, an expansive collection of lipsticks, blushes, bronzers, face serums, shampoos, and conditioners inspired by her grandmother. These days, it’s safe to say that she’s got the art of looking good down to a science. Here, she shares her six essential beauty rules—whether it’s finding a moisturizer that defies the drying effects of transatlantic travel or maintaining her hourglass silhouette without stepping foot in a gym.

 

TURN EVERY MOMENT INTO A STEALTH WORKOUT
I don’t have a lot of time for fitness, but my days are filled with activity, so I’ve learned to use every second. I have been working with a woman in London who has taught me how to hold my body in a way that makes everything a workout—even brushing my teeth. You can brush your teeth like this (slouches) or like this (stands up straight with her elbow at shoulder height). She has really transformed my body. Just be conscious of holding your body in the right position—don’t go up the stairs with your knees, go up with your butt! Don’t waste a second.

KNOW WHEN TO WASH YOUR FACE
The most important rule in beauty is this: Always wash your face before you go to bed. It’s very important to cleanse at night. I use a chamomile cleanser if I haven’t been wearing makeup, and an oil cleanser if I am wearing makeup—it takes everything off. Rule number two: Never wash your face in the morning. Your skin regenerates all the things that you lost during the day when you’re sleeping—restoring the right pH balance, producing the right oils, collagen—everything comes back to the skin. Then you go and wash it off? Why? My grandmother taught me this.

PUT YOUR MOISTURIZER TO THE FLIGHT TEST
For a good face cream, this is my test: I go back and forth from Los Angeles to Europe many times a year. If I put a cream on before takeoff and my skin survives the drying flight, then it’s a fantastic cream. My AM/PM moisturizer does that. It uses tepezcohuite, which is an ingredient that is used in Mexican hospitals for cut and burned skin, so it’s really regenerative. I put the cream on when I get on the flight, and when I arrive, my skin still looks good.

EMBRACE NEXT DAY HAIR
My hair is so curly, so sometimes it’s at its best the day after, the second day, or the third day after I get it done. It’s not as frizzy. I have a fantastic texturizer that I use as a dry shampoo to make it look brand-new again.

ALWAYS HAVE MORE THAN ONE SIGNATURE FRAGRANCE
You have to go with your mood. You should not limit yourself to one thing—you’re a lot more complicated than that. I love the new Bottega Veneta fragrance called Knot, it’s really fresh and elegant. For something a little more sexy and mysterious, I like Narciso Rodriguez’s For Her. It depends how I feel.

MASTER THE ART OF CONTOURING
This is embarrassing to say but I wear makeup a lot. Not every day, I try to let my skin rest, but when I do, I shade my face to give it more depth and to slim my jaw. People think you contour only to get cheekbones, but if you study your face and realize that dark colors will diminish features and lighter colors will bring out features, you can design the face you want. It’s exciting to paint your own portrait. I love to start with a natural-looking foundation as a base. And even if you feel dead, you won’t look like it if you have on blush.

 

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Putting on mascara ranks pretty low on the spectrum of complicated makeup application techniques (um, hello, contouring). Still, there are common mistakes that are worth avoiding.

In the video above, PopSugar Beauty reporter Kirbie Johnson shares 10 mascara tips to keep in mind when whipping around that wand.

For instance, do your eyelashes always clump together? Allow each coat to dry before putting on the next to avoid this mishap. Also, be sure to check the expiration date on your product, as Johnson notes that the average shelf life for mascara is 2-4 months.

Other tips we love include applying loose powder to your eyelashes first — it’s the secret to getting thicker and fluffier lashes. And if you’re having a hard time coating your lower lashes, hold the mascara wand vertical instead of horizontal.

Check out the video for all 10 mind-blowing mascara hacks and leave your tips in the comments section.

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A Milan Design Week Top 10: What to Do, Where to Go, and What to Wear, According to Marlene Taschen

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Milan’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile, the annual furniture trade show, also known as Milan Design Week, kicks off tomorrow (it runs from April 14 to 19) and few locals have a busier agenda than Marlene Taschen. Readying for the launch of a new Taschen bookstore in the city, the 29-year-old brings her international sensibilities—she was born in Cologne, Germany, and has lived in England, Panama, and Australia—to the site that she discovered in her adopted hometown, located opposite the Prada-owned Marchesi, one of the city’s favorite pasticcerias. The storefronts of the publishing empire founded by Marlene’s father, Benedikt Taschen, aim to be not simply art and design bookshops, but local hangouts: When we spoke, she was on-site collaborating with family friends, including Marc Newson and American artist Jonas Wood, to design the shop’s visually compelling facets. Pieces from her father’s private collection—a Gio Ponti–designed chandelier on the ground floor, a 1954 lamp by Flavio Poli for Archimede Seguso, and a table by Angelo Mangiarotti—all pay homage to Italian design. With that in mind, we asked her to tell us what she’s looking forward to in and around the fair.



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1. Tomes at Taschen’s New Outpost in the Corso Magenta District
The store will open today with an exhibition by a dear family friend, the late Julius Shulman. He captured Los Angeles and its surroundings in the middle of the 20th century and photographed virtually every important mid-century modernist architect’s work, including the home of Charles and Ray Eames. His pictures have such a strong signature and really capture the atmosphere of his subject’s homes. Some of his prints will be for sale in-store, too. On Thursday, April 16, I plan to celebrate its official unveiling with a cocktail party hosted by Marc Newson and my father.

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2. An Exhibit Paying Homage to Italian Designer Gio Ponti—and a Must-See Porcelain Pop-Up Shop
I worked with many friends and partners on the store, like Gio Ponti’s grandson Salvatore Licitra. I really enjoy the collaborative process, so I’d recommend the exhibition, “Gio Ponti and Manifattura Richard Ginori: An Unpublished Correspondence” (on view through May 31) at Belvedere della Villa Reale di Monza. I also plan to visit Richard Ginori, the porcelain company that opens its pop-up this week in the beautiful Piazza San Marco; it’s the brand’s first retail outpost outside of Florence.

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3. Alternative Grocery Shopping
Marni is transforming its Viale Umbria showroom into a colorful fruit market this week. Inspired by Bogotá, Colombia’s vibrant markets, Marni Mercado de Paloquemao will feature exotic, oversize fruits, baskets, and sculptures—all handmade in colored wire by craftswomen in Colombia.

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4. Contemporary Art Fix
Icon magazine’s design issue and Tod’s launch event at PAC Milano will be the perfect opportunity to revisit the amazing David Bailey “Stardust” exhibition on view at PAC, one of the city’s foremost spaces for contemporary art. Taschen recently published a SUMO-size, limited-edition Rolling Stones volume, and our new store will stock David Bailey’s Rolling Stones art edition, which includes images the photographer made during the shoot for the band’s 1973 album, Goats Head Soup.

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5. Discovering Design’s New Movements at Nilufar Depot
I’m really excited to see respected local dealer Nina Yashar and her new gallery, Nilufar Depot: a huge, 1,500-square-meter emporium. She’s hosting her opening night there and will exhibit her latest finds and work by mid-century masters this week alongside some new propositions from her stable of discoveries like Martino Gamper, Massimiliano Locatelli, India Mahdavi, and my friend Osanna Visconti di Modrone.

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6. The Laboratory for Emerging Designers
I’ll definitely be popping by to see my friend Rossana Orlandi—she is famous for championing the careers of designers on the rise—and her latest discoveries. I love her spirit and always enjoy her annual Design Week dinner in her courtyard at Spazio Orlandi, a former factory, and the eclectic style of her exhibitions.

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7. Cutting-edge Excitement
My friend Giò Marconi recently moved his gallery to a new space in Via Tadino which has been totally redesigned by Kuehn Malvezzi, a Berlin-based firm founded by the architects Simona Malvezzi and Wilfried and Johannes Kuehn. I plan on seeing the group show “Yes, We’re Open” that features the work of 27 of its artists, including Nikolas Gambaroff and Markus Schinwald.

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8. Culinary Neighbors

A quick stroll from our store takes you to La Brisa, such a pretty, unassuming restaurant with incredibly good food. I also love a morning coffee or evening aperitivo at the Pasticceria Marchesi. It really is our favorite neighbor.

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9. The Scene
Bar Basso is the place to be during Design Week. I plan on ordering a maxi-size Spritz with my partner, marketing director, and novelist Maia Guarnaccia before or after one of our many dinner engagements.

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10. The Look
Marta Ferri’s signature high-waist trousers are my passe-partout. I plan to wear them with alternating tops for an easy and elegant look that works wherever I may end up. Marta’s atelier on Via Sant’Orsola, 4 is absolutely worth a visit if you’re in town.

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8 Facts That’ll Change How You View ‘The Breakfast Club,’ According To The Cast

In the same way that people are more than just a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess or a criminal, “The Breakfast Club” is more than just a movie. Released 30 years ago last month, John Hughes’ classic film transcends generations and continues to reach new fans today. In fact, because of its popularity, it was recently rereleased in theaters and given a newly restored DVD and BluRay, providing the cast with an opportunity to reminisce about their time on set.

Though the movie has been around almost a third of a century now, there are still a lot of things about it that fans don’t know. In honor of “The Breakfast Club’s” 30th anniversary, HuffPost Entertainment talked to cast members Ally Sheedy, aka Allison Reynolds, and John Kapelos, aka janitor Carl Reed, about behind-the-scenes moments and stories that have never quite been told in full detail.

She’s the basket case, he’s the eyes and ears of the institution, and these are eight facts you might not know:

1. Judd Nelson wasn’t almost fired JUST for picking on Molly Ringwald. He also couldn’t stay in the shots.

By now you may have heard that Nelson, who played the volatile John Bender, was nearly let go from the film. Though his picking on Ringwald was a large part of that, Sheedy explained to HuffPost Entertainment that there was more to the story.

“Judd kind of does this very free-ranging thing with his body. You can see it in the movie,” said Sheedy. “He’s not great at hitting marks, and he wanted to move around and stuff, and I think they were having trouble keeping him in shot.”

The story goes that the cast went to Hughes and pleaded with him to keep Nelson on the project. They also talked to Nelson about how he could help himself out. “If I remember correctly, we all talked to him. The four of us. And I think my thing about it was just focus, just focus, just focus,” said Sheedy.

2. The topless scene wasn’t the only scandalous moment removed. There was also a risque scene involving “MILFs.”


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Sheedy confirmed that a topless scene involving a swimming teacher was cut out of the film, saying: “I think John [Hughes] didn’t want to have it in the movie. I think he thought it didn’t really work for him.”

Kapelos later added to the story, telling HuffPost that there was more to the scandalous moment. “I think there was also a scene with a bunch of MILFs or middle-aged cougar women who were doing an aerobics class in the gym and were really letting it go. I think there was a lascivious moment there,” he said. “But you know… it’s like putting a bow on an elephant. It just doesn’t belong there.”

3. Rick Moranis, who was originally cast as the janitor, didn’t just play the part as a Russian. He was also doing something suggestive with his keys.

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Moranis, who’d appeared in “Ghostbusters” the year before, was originally cast to play the janitor in “The Breakfast Club,” and Sheedy even says she was “a little star struck” by him while filming. Things didn’t work out, of course, and Moranis was soon replaced by Kapelos.

According to the script, the janitor is meant to be a former student of the high school, as indicated by his picture in the case at the beginning of the film. But when it came to Moranis’ portrayal, Kapelos said the actor and producers didn’t have “a meeting of the creative minds at that moment.”


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“From what I was told,” said Kapelos, “he wanted to play the character as a Russian with gold teeth and keys between his legs, playing with it provocatively… and so it’s like, it wasn’t organic, I guess is putting it politely and correctly.”

4. No, Ally Sheedy did not really use her dandruff as an art project.

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Though it’s reported that many scenes in the film were improvised, the scene where Allison Reynolds draws in the library isn’t one of them.

Sheedy explains the scene was always in the film, and though she doesn’t know who actually drew the picture, she did set the record straight on one detail. The actress explained that dandruff she scratched out of her hair wasn’t actually dandruff or even Parmesan cheese as previously thought. “I think it was potato flakes of some kind,” Sheedy said.

5. There’s a dark answer to Judd Nelson’s question, “How does one become a janitor?”


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A memorable moment happens when John Bender asks Kapelos’ character “how one becomes a janitor.” Though it’s clear Bender is just doing it to irk him, it turns out there was an answer to the question after all.

“Really? You want to know?” laughed Kapelos when HuffPost Entertainment repeated Bender’s question. The actor then went into his character’s dark history, saying: “You have to have your heart broken by your teenage sweetheart in your third year of university when you’re doing a great football scholarship. Drop out. Lose her heart. Lose her affection. Make sure her father hates you even more and will never include you in his future plans. Even if you try to make up to her. And then you get a job at your old high school as a janitor, and you try to lick your wounds. That’s how you become a janitor. That’s Carl’s pathetic backstory.”

6. A cut scene shows that Allison wasn’t smoking pot with the others because she was actually off somewhere singing.

A variety of scenes from the movie were cut from the final film, and Sheedy recalled one that was a big moment for her character.

“John [Hughes] let me shoot something with Allison alone in the audiovisual tiny room, singing a capella,” she told HuffPost. “That was something I just came up with. Singing a little song to herself. And that was, for me, the emotional transition that was when they were smoking pot.”

“She sang the song to herself and then she walked out of the room and just joined the group,” Sheedy went on. “So that wasn’t in the script, and he actually let me shoot it. He shot it twice, and then afterwards said that everybody sort of thought it was a little bit too weird.”

7. Principal Vernon’s anger was totally real.


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Hughes allowed a lot of improvisation in the movie, and one moment that made it into the film was the conversation between Carl and Paul Gleason’s character, Principal Richard Vernon, after the janitor catches Vernon going through confidential files.

“John Hughes just told me before the take, ‘Cut him off and ask him for 50 bucks.’ So I did,” said Kapelos. “And if you see the movie again, take a look at Paul’s reaction, because it’s real. He was really [ticked off]. And after John Hughes yelled ‘cut,’ it got a little funky for a bit. He was like, ‘Really?’ He got annoyed. We got the take on that one.”

8. Kapelos told Emilio Estevez that if he’d been present for Martin Sheen’s 1977 heart attack, he would have just let it happen… not knowing that Sheen was Estevez’s father.

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Though he explained that no one has really told the story correctly, Kapelos says that one day on set he did call out Estevez and Nelson for goofing off while he was shooting a scene. He told HuffPost: “I’m on a movie set, and I’m scared, you know, shitless. I want to do well. They’re trying to make me crack up. They’re goofing off.”

To get Estevez and Nelson to stop, Kapelos told them: “You guys would’ve been great if you were on the set of ‘Apocalypse Now’ with Martin Sheen, and he goes in front of you and starts having his heart attack, and you’re not believing he’s in trouble, and he’s just wincing and moaning in pain and ripping at his chest and you guys would just sit there and let him have his heart attack, right?”

“In other words,” Kapelos told HuffPost, “I was saying, ‘Hey, I’m up here struggling. I’m in pain, and you guys are just letting me wither on the vine.'”

That’s not how Estevez took it, though. “All of a sudden Emilio’s face goes white. Like, I’m telling you, expressionless and white. And everybody’s looking at me like I just shot the pope.” Hughes told Kapelos that Estevez was Sheen’s son, and though Kapelos was “flummoxed” and apologetic, it was too late. Estevez never accepted an apology. “The garage door was going down,” said Kapelos. “That’s all Emilio wrote.”

Bonus trivia: Ally Sheedy doesn’t actually eat breakfast.


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She’s a member of “The Breakfast Club,” but Sheedy says breakfast isn’t actually her thing. “I never, ever eat it. Ever,” she told HuffPost. “I really just like to get that caffeine going in the morning and just have that buzz as long as possible.”

Happy anniversary, “Breakfast Club.” Here’s to another 30 years!

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The Best Instagram Filters, According To Your Favorite Pop Stars

Based on their millions of followers, the most popular celebs have perfected their Instagram filter game — and sometimes it doesn’t include a filter at all.

A new report from Noisey reveals how the biggest pop stars are using Instagram. Based on the last 250 posts from the 15 most followed musicians, the information breaks down the most popular filters these celebs use.

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According to the graphic, Beyoncé has the biggest following on Instagram when it comes to musicians and uses a filter less than 25 percent of the time. Ariana Grande is also a fan of that #nofilter life, and it seems to be working since she comes in right behind Queen Bey with 26.4 million followers.

Besties Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez are a little more active with filters. T. Swift uses them on more than half her posts and prefers Mayfair, while SelGo is more into the Slumber filter. Rounding out the top five musicians on Instagram is Justin Bieber, who slaps a filter on about half his posts.

When these pop stars do use Instagram filters, Mayfair is the most popular. Amaro and X-Pro II are also used a lot followed by Beyoncé’s most used filter, Valencia. Filters that hardly get any love from celebs include 1977, Brooklyn and (of course) Kelvin.

Other photo filter apps might be used before posting, but as far as Instagram filters go, less is sometimes more. So next time you’re looking for that double tap on a photo, you might take a tip from these celebs and reconsider letting Instagram touch it up for you.

H/T Noisey

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Kendall Jenner And Justin Bieber Are In Hollywood’s New Brat Pack, According To Vogue

If you ask Google who the members of the Brat Pack are, the search engine will tell you in approximately 0.00000001 seconds that they are Emilio Estevez, Anthony Michael Hall, Rob Lowe, Andrew McCarthy, Demi Moore, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy — actors who all rose to fame in the 1980s. But if you ask Vogue who the Brat Pack is, they list Justin Bieber, Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Ansel Elgort and Dylan and Hopper Penn.

In a recent photo shoot for the magazine, Vogue crowned the group of young models, actors and reality stars the “new Brat pack,” aka “Instagram aristocracy.” Naturally, the group happily reposted photos from the Vogue spread on their Instagram accounts:

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Side note: Kendall’s younger sister Kylie Jenner was noticeably snubbed from Vogue’s “Brat Pack” clique, but hey — at least her dog Norm made his Vogue debut.

Head to Vogue for the full photo shoot.

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Bobbi Kristina — Never Married Nick Gordon … According to Bobby Brown

Bobbi Kristina was never ever Mrs. Nick Gordon … at least that’s what her father Bobby Brown is claiming. According to Bobby’s attorney … “Bobbi Kristina is not and has never been married to Nick Gordon.” For once, the Houston family agrees…

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This Is What The Wedding Night Is Actually Like, According To Married People

Expectations for the wedding night are high. The goal is to have the best sex of your life in the swankiest hotel room you’ve ever stayed in — all while managing to keep your eyes open after an exceedingly exhausting day.

But that’s not always how things pan out. Below are 21 first-person accounts of how newlyweds actually spent their very first night as husband and wife, according to Redditors and HuffPost readers.

1. “Having not eaten all day due to stress and nerves, we realized we were STARVING, and ordered Chinese food from the only place open at 4 a.m. We had more sex while waiting for food, then gorged ourselves on delicious Chinese food and fell asleep watching ‘Wayne’s World.’ It was actually awesome.”

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2. “She sat on the floor in front of me. We watched TV while I took the 6,000 hairpins out of her hair. It was a horrible game of pick-up sticks as they were all intertwined. After that we crashed.”

3. “We slept in separate beds! #HotelBookingError!”

4. “We were married at the courthouse by the justice of the peace. We went and had lunch afterwards, a beer, then picked up our 2-year-old and went home. No fancy wedding, dress, or trip, but I married my best friend and that alone made it the best day of my life.”

5. It was chaste. My in-laws got us a hotel room for the night in a cutesy inn. The room was directly above theirs.”

6. “We slept then woke up and ate cake naked in bed.”

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7. “We got back to the hotel, I carried her across the threshold, and we began to consummate our vows. Moments after we started, there’s a knock at the door. It’s my mom. She then said we should both come down and visit with the family. Not preferred.”

8. “It was nearly 50 years ago, but it was one of the best days of my life. We got married in the morning and after a short reception, we drove to a hotel about halfway to where we were stopping for the honeymoon. We were both sexually inexperienced so it was great fun finding out together.”

9. “Our room had this awesome giant shower with at least 15 different heads and sprayers. We talked about how cool it was for like five minutes then went to bed. My clothes didn’t make it to our hotel room so I had to walk-of-shame in my tux the next morning.”

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10. “Sleeping in my husband’s room at his parents’ house after Chick-fil-A for dinner!”

11. “My wife was literally crying because I was taking too long to undo the 800 buttons on the back of her dress that was now hurting her shoulders too much to wear. Then she cried as I pulled out the 8,000 hairpins. A few strands of hair and 30 minutes later we attempted sex, both decided we were tired, said ‘f**k it,’ and went to bed cuddling. Love that woman.”

12. “We had been drinking for hours. We ran into our room, had a decent quickie, ran out into the hallway where I declared in a loud, drunken whisper, ‘I don’t have panties on,’ while following our friends to an after-party in another hotel room. Turns out my mom was behind me and howled with laughter, hugged me and told me I was the perfect daughter. Then she handed me a bottle of whiskey and sent me off with my husband to brew a wicked hangover.”

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13. “We eloped without telling anyone and got married in the basement of the courthouse in Harrison, Arkansas. Went home, wife went to her overnight job while I laid on the couch and watched TV.”

14. “We had our hotel room the day before the wedding. Got to the church, did our thing, had a blast at the reception. We leave the reception, my bride tells me her period started at the church. We walked around our favorite store and bought a new board game. We played Monopoly and watched TV on the most comfortable bed we had ever slept on.”

15. “We were exhausted and got to our hotel pretty late. My wife dressed up in some sexy lingerie she got as a gift and we proceeded to crawl into bed. We ate wedding food leftovers packed up for us and had a bottle of champagne and chocolate strawberries while our dog snuggled with us and begged for scraps. It was perfect.”

16. “No sex. Only sleep. Sweet, sweet sleep.”

17. “I was eight-months pregnant when we got married. I fell asleep around 10 p.m. and my husband stayed up watching TV. I expected him to come in after a few hours so we could consummate our marriage. Nope. I woke up around 2:30 a.m. and he was still watching TV. I couldn’t fall back asleep and so I leaned over to grab my iPad to read and that’s when my water broke. Seven hours later we had our son.”

18. “You know how the back of a shampoo bottle says ‘lather, rinse, repeat’? Well it was the adult version of that in our awesome hotel room with a late checkout to catch up on the sleeping part.”

19. “My husband and I were both exhausted, so we crawled into our fancy hotel room bed. About an hour after going to bed, I woke up vomiting and with horrible diarrhea. Something I ate hadn’t settled well. My husband held my hair back as I vomited, only reinforcing the reasons I married him in the first place.”

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20. “We had a snow-themed wedding, complete with the guests throwing fake snow at us when we left the reception. It was EVERYWHERE. I couldn’t get it out of my crevices, including ‘down there,’ and I had to take three showers to get it off of me. We also had to call housekeeping to bring us another set of sheets, because it was like sleeping on sand.

21. “We had to stop at the drugstore to buy condoms. I was still in my wedding dress.”

*Some responses have been edited and condensed.

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7 Totally Reasonable Ways To Handle Your Divorce, According To Hollywood

Getting divorced is hard. Coping with life after divorce can be even harder. It requires creating a new “normal” and reclaiming your identity as a single person — the kinds of things that don’t fit neatly into any orderly time table of events.

Except in Hollywood, where getting over a divorce can be wacky, wild and fun! The best part of getting divorced in a movie? Very often, your coping mechanisms can lead you right back into the arms of your still-loving ex (as if that’s ever a good idea).

Here are seven totally logical (read: completely illogical) things to do after you get divorced:

1. Take a carbohydrate world tour! –“Eat, Pray, Love”

“Eat, Pray, Love” is based on the true story of Julia Gilbert, but the premise is one most divorcees (i.e. anybody with a job, mortgage and/or kids) can’t quite replicate.

2. Dress in drag, impersonate a maid and convince your soon-to-be ex-wife to hire you! — “Mrs. Doubtfire”

Everybody will find it charming (except Child Protective Services, but they’re always a bummer in Hollywood, anyway.)

3. Buy a fixer-upper in Italy. (You’ll meet a hottie, eventually) — “Under The Tuscan Sun”

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Listen to your heart and buy that abandoned Italian home you’ve always wanted. Renovate the place and then wait for seductive Italians to come a’knocking. If you think this movie sounds unreasonable, this movie thinks YOU sound like a cynic.

4. Dance it off. Then take REVENGE (a.k.a all your ex’s money.)– “The First Wives Club”

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Inflict pain on he who pained you. It’ll be fun and emotionally healthy.

5. Divorcing with twins? Sounds messy. Split the fam neatly in half. They’ll understand when they’re older. — “The Parent Trap”


And if it’s really meant to be, your twins will meet at summer camp. Instead of feeling betrayed or at least a bit baffled, they’ll becomes besties and plot to make you and your ex fall back in love.

6. Just refuse to sign the papers… Your partner will eventually HAVE to fall back in love with you! — “Sweet Home Alabama”

In “Sweet Home Alabama,” Reese Witherspoon’s on-screen hubby, played by Josh Lucas, simply refused to sign their divorce papers. For years. Finally, she flew back to her hometown to persuade him. Flirtation, aggravation and latent sexual frustration ensued. Eventually, he did sign the papers — but by then, she fell all the way back into love with him! How romantic.

7. Pull off a crazy casino heist with your ex! — The “Ocean’s” Series

Crime = the ultimate aphrodisiac! This is particularly so if your partner in crime happens to be George Clooney or Julia Roberts.

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‘Traditional’ Families Are No Longer The Norm, According To Pew Report

When picturing the typical American family, you can forget about a “Leave It To Beaver”-type image. Currently, 54 percent of kids in this country don’t live in a home with two heterosexual parents in their first marriage, according to a recent Pew Research Center report.

“It’s important to keep in mind that what many define as ‘traditional’ is based on a 1950s-style family,” Gretchen Livingston, Senior Researcher at Pew and author of the study, told HuffPost in an email. “But in many ways, the 1950s and early 1960s were an anomaly, especially in terms of the fact that people were marrying quite young and also having relatively large families.”

Nowadays, only 46 percent of kids live in that aforementioned “traditional” family. Instead, 15 percent of today’s kids are living with two parents in a remarriage, 34 percent live with an unmarried parent, 4 percent live with cohabiting parents and 5 percent don’t live with either parent.

For perspective, 73 percent of American kids lived in a “traditional” family home in 1960, while only 9 percent lived with an unmarried parent.

Livingston said that the decline in marriage over the last 50 years can explain the increasing number of kids living with single or cohabiting parents. It’s also now more socially acceptable for people to cohabit, marry later and have kids outside of marriage — 41 percent of births today are happening without a walk down the aisle, according to Pew.

Then, of course, there’s the rise of divorce. The divorce rate may have peaked in 1981, but it’s still contributing to the shift away from the 1960s “traditional” family structure.

Moral of the story? When it comes to family, abnormal is the new normal.
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Taylor Swift Should Date Orlando Bloom, According To Ed Sheeran

Taylor Swift insists that she’s happily single, but according to her friend Ed Sheeran, the “Shake It Off” singer should look no further than her New York City apartment building for love.

Sheeran told British magazine Now that he thinks Orlando Bloom would be a wonderful match for the 25-year-old.

“He’s lovely, and they live in the same building,” Sheeran said. “[I’m hoping that] the magic might present itself eventually.”

Bloom, 37, is already pals with Swift’s best friend Selena Gomez, so perhaps sparks could fly between the two. Still, Swift isn’t interested in dating at the moment.

“Dating or finding someone is the last thing on my mind, because I can’t picture how it could work with the way my life is,” she told Vogue UK’s November issue. “I don’t know how a guy is supposed to walk next to his girlfriend when there are 20 men with cameras, and he can’t protect his girlfriend because that’s the life she chose. I just don’t see how it could work, so I don’t think about it, and I kind of run from it when it presents itself. ‘Cause I don’t think any guy really … They think that they would want to get to know me, and maybe date me, but I don’t think they want what comes with it.”

Since Bloom knows the business, maybe there’s hope, Ed. Maybe there’s hope.
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DUDUVUDU – The gospel according to Dudu Pukwana – Edgetone

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Sherlock Holmes Sucks At Deduction According To 'The Pete Holmes Show'

Pete Holmes’ take on “Sherlock Holmes” is everything we’ve ever wanted to Pete Holmes to do. Watch as he and Matt McCarthy as James Watson prove that the Baker Street consulting detective is completely full of sh*t.

Oh, and “Shut the f*** up, MIKE!”
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What Happily Ever After Really Means for Women According to Author Jennifer Weiner

You might know #1 New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Weiner from her books, like Good in Bed or In Her Shoes. You might know her from her outspoken stance on the equal treatment of…




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