Aunts Aren’t Gentlemen: The Jeeves and Wooster Series (Unabridged) – P.G. Wodehouse

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Sebastian Maniscalco: Aren’t You Embarrassed? – John Asher

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Sebastian Maniscalco returns home to Chicago to perform in front of a live sold-out audience in this all-new comedy event. With his inimitable delivery, he burns modern-day society through the lens of his old-world Italian-American upbringing. No topic is off-limits – but perhaps we all should be just a little embarrassed.

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Lena Dunham made a public pledge on several occasions that she and her musician boyfriend Jack Antonoff wouldn’t get married until gay couples had the right to do so.

So what happened when the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage on June 26? On an episode of “Ellen” that aired Friday, the “Girls” star told Degeneres that she and Antonoff were immediately flooded with texts from “friends, from our mothers, from our exercise instructors,” telling them, “Finally it’s your time.” 

But the couple of four years didn’t rush to the altar just because they could.

“We’re not going to suddenly just get engaged because it became legal,” she said. “We better wait for a moment where we feel excited about this. And I’m excited to marry him at some point, but it felt like a lot of pressure to just go for it that day.”

Dunham also offered a less serious, but totally valid reason for holding off. 

“I also have to say I feel intimidated because I don’t want to espouse any stereotypes, but gay people are kind of killing it at weddings right now,” she said. “They’re kind of winning at weddings. So I don’t want to go in and kind of pale in comparison.”

Dunham and Antonoff first met in 2012 after being set up on a blind date by comedian Mike Birbiglia. The pair lives in Brooklyn with their dog Lamby

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Why Cosby’s Victims Still Aren’t In Control Of Their Own Narratives

This post originally appeared on Bustle.

By Melissah Yang

In a wrenching one-hour special, more than a dozen women sat down with A&E and recounted the allegations we’ve all become too familiar with: an offer of career advice, a drugged drink, and foggy memories of a sexual assault that, at times, felt unreal. As of August, more than 50 women have stepped forward and levied allegations of sexual assault and rape against longtime family TV superstar Bill Cosby. You saw New York Magazine’s stunning Cosby story, which collected 35 of the alleged victims’ accounts, but putting voices and faces to these claims, one right after the other, was an entirely different experience. While the A&E’s special provided a platform for these accusers, one big takeaway is how much weight the men in Cosby: The Women Speak still had on the sexual assault narrative.

Yes, the women spoke. Supermodel Beverly Johnson claims instantly knowing she was drugged after taking a sip of a cappuccino at Cosby’s insistence. Former Playboy playmate Victoria Valentino said she felt humiliated after her alleged assault, a graphic account that claims she was forced into performing oral sex and was raped “doggy style.”

Other than archived footage of the comedian, who did not provide an interview to A&E, there were just two instances when a male voice entered the storyline, but both times they served as tools to legitimize the women’s claims, as if to say, “If you don’t believe them, there’s this guy who will back them up.”

In July, Cosby Show co-star Joseph Phillips penned a personal blog post titled “Of Course Bill Cosby Is Guilty!” in which said he believed the allegations after a close friend, who has not come forward publicly, confided in him that she had the same experience with the comedian as the other women. In the post, Phillips asked Cosby to recuse himself from the public spotlight to “preserve just a bit of our enchantment” of his legacy. In his A&E sit-down, Phillips remembered his friend asked him a question, the same four-word question facing all of Cosby’s accusers.

“Two hours later, I’ve listened to the whole story, and she says, ‘Do you believe me?’ I say, ‘Yes, I believe you.'”

That simple question is so poignant because it forces you to ask yourself, “What would it take for you to believe these women’s accusations?” Usually it’s tangible evidence like DNA or video footage. Other times, like with Phillips, it’s your history with somebody that convinces you of the truth. In many cases, a person with no dog in the fight will be the unbiased witness that provides authority. But with the controversy surrounding Cosby, it seems as if that voice needs to be male. If Phillips was a female co-star speaking up, I have a feeling she would have been lumped in with the rest of Cosby’s alleged victims. In this case, one woman’s claims, let alone 50, are clearly not enough.

The second man heard in the documentary comes from a recorded comedy set by comedian Hannibal Burress. It was Burress’ joke that flat out referred to Cosby as a “rapist” that initiated the wave of recent accusations, starting with Barbara Bowman’s Washington Post story “Bill Cosby Raped Me. Why Did It Take 30 Years For People To Believe Me?” The subheading for that article, by the way, was “only when a male comedian called Cosby a rapist did the accusation take hold.”

And that’s exactly what happened. “This guy is a man,” Valentino says in the documentary. “A man is making a joke about it in his stand-up routine? And suddenly everybody believes him.” Actress Eden Tirl adds, “There were many, many women who had come forward about it before this stand-up routine, so I think that’s bullshit.”

With allegations going back as far as the 1970s, why are people believing them now? And why are others still not? A quick look at the tweets trending under the show’s hashtag #CosbyWomenSpeak shows opinions on the comedian are heavily divided, and sometimes at a gross magnitude.

As much as the documentary was about the women, the hour was still very much Cosby. A timeline of the comedian’s lucrative career begot each harrowing accusation of sexual assault. You never did quite forget that in the center of all the controversy is still Cosby the family man. Even now, with Cosby set to be deposed in California on Oct. 9 in a civil suit, the focus is on what he will say and how that will transform his legacy.

Regardless of whether the allegations are true, everyone deserves the courtesy of having their voice valued, and these women shouldn’t need a man’s presence to make their stories worth listening to. Even if these women hadn’t publicly identified Cosby, they still should have been heard. So, were you listening? And when the time comes for you to speak up and share your thoughts, what will you say?

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Sebastian Maniscalco: Aren’t You Embarrassed? – John Asher

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With its rapid ascent in both popularity and increased sales over the last few years, menswear is, not surprisingly, coming to resemble women’s fashion—at least in terms of diversified silhouettes and the speed with which trends take hold. The latest sign that men’s fashion has become a big deal is this week’s debut of New York Fashion Week: Men’s. The stand-alone endeavor, spun off from the main spring Fashion Week in September, gives guys their own chance to shine. With heavy hitters such as Thom Browne and Rag & Bone participating, as well as up-and-comers like Todd Snyder and Public School, the week promises plenty of highlights. Some of the best new menswear labels in New York have chosen to wait out this round, however—though we’ll surely be hearing plenty more from these three brands soon.



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Death to Tennis

 

The look: Rigorous streetwear with an insouciant side

The story: British expats and longtime New York fashion industry veterans Vincent Oshin and William Watson started their line Death to Tennis in 2012. Silhouette is paramount for them, and well-considered volumes and structural cutting are hallmarks of the label. Although the clothing is descended from streetwear and nineties minimalism, it also shows strands of more formal dressing in its DNA. Still, the Liberty-print linings and other playful patterns that Death to Tennis sometimes employs give its garments a sense of ease that belies the seriousness of those influences. The pieces, like generously proportioned trousers and A-line coats, are all about context: They can be dressed up or casual, depending on how you wear them.

What you’ll want in your wardrobe: A striking asymmetrical trench coat with flap pockets; nicely tapered reverse-pleat denim trousers; a quilted tanker jacket with riot imagery on the back.

Where to find it: C’H’C’M’, Odin, deathtotennis.com

 



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Abasi Rosborough

 

The look:  Future-is-now suiting-as-activewear

The story: Abdul Abasi and Greg Rosborough met at F.I.T. in 2006, went off to work at Engineered Garments and Polo Ralph Lauren, respectively, and eventually regrouped to found their own line in 2013. Inspired as much by the elegant, functional industrial designs of Dieter Rams as they were by the history of menswear, the two sought to bring suits and other classic items, like overcoats and jeans, into the twenty-first century through technical innovation and radical rethinking. Their bleeding-edge clothes draw inspiration from activewear and—in the case of “Monolith,” their spring 2016 collection—Richard Serra’s “East-West/West-East,” a group of monumental steel sculptures in the Qatari desert that constitute the artist’s grandest work.

What you’ll want in your wardrobe: The label’s signature reversible shawl-color blazer; hand-dyed sand-hued denim jackets and pants; a short-sleeved gray-melange desert shirt suitable for a caravan ride or bike commute.

Where to find it: H. Lorenzo, Isetan, abasirosborough.com

 



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Paa

 

The look: Smart, unflashy sportswear

The story: When Peter Jurado and Al Verik debuted Paa—which stands for “Peter and Al”—two years ago, they started with baseball caps in a smart range of fabrics and colors. For the lookbook that announced the line, the designers showed their caps on real-life models like Rawlston Charles, of the Brooklyn record store Charlie’s Calypso City, and Minas Polychronakis, of Minas Shoe Repair on Wall Street—perfectly illustrating how Paa’s pieces work with a breadth of personal styles. Bucket hats soon followed, and with the spring 2015 season the label moved beyond accessories by adding simple, impeccable heavyweight tees to its lineup. For fall, Paa is expanding to coach’s jackets and a long-sleeved mock-neck, while Jurado and Verik will introduce their first full collection, including a pop-over oxford shirt, a jersey mesh tee, chinos, and other nicely understated pieces to go with any style, next spring.

What you’ll want in your wardrobe: A camel-color melton-wool baseball cap; a heavyweight T-shirt that’s somewhere between a tee and a sweatshirt; a navy raglan-sleeve coach’s jacket that approaches the Platonic ideal.

Where to find it: Union, Neighbour, houseofpaa.com

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We haven’t heard that much about Russell Wilson and Ciara’s relationship, until now. 

The pair, who made their public debut as a couple back in April as they walked the red carpet at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner together, were rumored to have ended their romance as soon as it started. But it turns out that’s not the case. In a Q&A with San Diego pastor Miles McPherson at The Rock Church on Sunday, the Seattle Seahawks quarterback got really, really candid about the couple’s sex life, or lack therof

“He has anointed both of us and I know that he’s calling for us to do something miraculous,” Wilson said. “I told her … If you can really love somebody without that, then you can really love somebody.” 

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The pair, who made their public debut as a couple back in April as they walked the red carpet at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner together, were rumored to have ended their romance as soon as it started. But it turns out that’s not the case. In a Q&A with San Diego pastor Miles McPherson at The Rock Church on Sunday, the Seattle Seahawks quarterback got really, really candid about the couple’s sex life, or lack therof

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Just like fireworks and hot dogs, festive clothing is essential for celebrating the Fourth of July. But let’s face it, Independence Day and fashion don’t exactly go hand in hand. You’re more likely to associate the holiday with cheesy graphic tees than a cute dress you might actually wear when the weekend is through.

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12 Beautiful Quotes From Women In Art Who Aren’t Afraid To Call Out Injustice

Today is International Women’s Day, a day globally dedicated to acknowledging the economic, social and political achievements of women across the world. In honor of the occasion, we’re rounding up some of the best interviews we’ve had with women in the arts, all of whom aren’t afraid to tackle the tough issues women face in their daily lives. From education to beauty, success to authenticity, popular perceptions of body hair to the epidemic of catcalling, these female artists don’t veer away from injustice; instead, they face obstacles head on.

Behold, 12 beautiful quotes from women in the arts:

On the importance of education:

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” It’s not enough to have a few women’s studies courses. Why is it more important to study Paul Revere’s midnight ride than it is Susan B. Anthony’s 50-year effort to transform the face of America for women? When you’re in school, most of the events you study are about men. Men’s activities lauded and repeated over and over. What about us? What about commemorating the decades-long struggle for suffrage? Why don’t we hear those stories over and over and over again. It’s almost inconceivable for men to understand what it would be like to live without that constant valorization.”

On catcalling:

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“There are always those who want to tell women that their experiences are not valid or not important whenever they speak up. For me, as a black woman, this is particularly true. Wanting the basic right of feeling comfortable and safe and not sexualized as I walk out of my house is very much worth prioritizing.” -artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh (read more here)

On success in a contemporary world:

“Success is now lined up with the realm of glamour, money and accoutrement which in essence have nothing to do with an originating vision but they do have to do with establishing recognition in commercial culture. I think women artists have a chance to deflect that and break that grip apart.” -performance artist Carolee Schneemann (read more here)

On finding your authentic self:

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“I came of age before women’s lib, and wanted to buck the stereotypes of a culture that branded me a pretty girl, thin enough to be a fashion model and not much more. Armed with my camera and tripod, I found a way to define myself on my own terms in the most authentic way I could.” -photographer Lucy Hilmer (read more here)

On our culture’s preoccupation with female body hair:

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“I entered making this work with a sense of fascination that hair is both beautiful and repulsive in our culture. The fragile influence of context is its only distinction. We see long hair on a woman as a symbol of beauty and femininity, but as soon as the hair is cut or removed the body, we think of it as unsanitary and strange. Likewise, we seem to never have enough hair in the places we want it, and too much hair in the places that we don’t want it to be!” -photographer Rebecca Drolen (read more here)

On definitions of beauty:

“The power to show real women, honest, present, complex and complete. Individuals, radiant in their own right. Not stripped of their personhood, or manipulated for a fantasy or metaphor. I like to think the power of lifting the veil from individuals helps to challenge societies darker fetishes and beliefs, perhaps shatter notions of bigotry and stereotypes… One of my greatest joys is working with women who do not usually dwell in this side of their beauty and yet in the work recognize themselves completely, as they are and magnificent.” -painter Victoria Selbach (read more here)

On the realities of trans women:

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“[My] series was inspired by my love for the trans women I have met online and my sympathy with the struggles they have being seen as women and people… Trans women are everywhere, but until recently have been marginalized by the invisibility enforced by the intensification of misogynist violence toward them. It is up to cisnormative society to stop questioning their femininity, embrace their beauty, and counter the disadvantages they have just by being themselves.” -artist Janet Bruesselbach (read more here)

On gun control laws:

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“My hope is that the young men in the 8th Ward and the surrounding neighborhoods are inspired to trade killing for creativity. Through the relationships they’ve developed they decide they can move past the paradigm of gangsters and guns. Healing in the neighborhood, by the neighborhood.” -artist and curator Kirsha Kaechele (read more here)

On the radical nature of the selfie:

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“Yes, of course they have the capability of being radical or feminist. Our generation knows the image of the self better then any other generation before, because of our access to cameras, media and sharing. And also, the language of the image is no longer in the hands of specialists. We are all experts in reading images and we know how to control and manipulate the viewer through images.” – artist Melanie Bonajo (read more here)

On feminism’s potential for future change:

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“The Future Feminist point of view has increasingly leaned not towards striving for equal status within a male construct or a male society, but rather to invite a redesign of society based on the principles of a feminine archetype in order to create the hope of a sustainable future for us all.” -The Future Feminists (read more here)

On inclusion in the art world:

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“I am aware of the fact that in the bigger scheme of things in the art and literary worlds there are still a lot of gaps as far as diversity and representation goes. That is part of my personal inspiration to make art and tell stories and have more representation for women and people of color.” -comic artist Yumi Sakugawa (read more here)

On hope

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-Barbara Nessim (read more here)
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These Two Teens Aren’t Just Sisters — They’re Twins

When Lucy and Maria Aylmer tell people they are twins, disbelief is one response.

The 18-year-olds from Gloucester, U.K. are two of the five children born to their Caucasian father and half-Jamaican mother, World Wide Features reports. While their other siblings have a blend of features from their parents, Lucy and Maria are opposites: Lucy has fair skin and red hair, while Maria has caramel skin and dark hair.

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Lucy, left, studies art and design at Gloucester College. Maria studies law and psychology at Cheltenham College.

No one ever believes we are twins because I am white and Maria is black,” Lucy said, according to World Wide Features. “Even when we dress alike, we still don’t even look like sisters, let alone twins. When we’ve met friends for the first time they never believe we are twins and they have even made us produce our birth certificates to prove that we are actually twins.”

Fraternal twins develop from two eggs fertilized by separate sperm cells. The BBC reports that for a biracial couple expecting twins, there is about a 1 in 500 chance those twins will have different skin colors.

The Aylmers are proud of their uniqueness.

“Now we have grown older, even though we still look so different, the bond between us is much stronger,” Lucy said. “Now we are proud of the fact that we are each other’s twin sister. Maria loves telling people at college that she has a white twin – and I’m very proud of having a black twin.”
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George Lopez Says Blacks, Latinos On Late Night Aren’t ‘Able To Fail Like White People Fail’

George Lopez may be known for his comedy, but the actor gets serious in the upcoming inspirational drama “Spare Parts.”

The comedian stopped by HuffPost Live on Wednesday to promote his new film and spoke with host Marc Lamont about Latinos in late night, immigration and more.

On the topic of his 2009 late night show “Lopez Tonight,” which TBS abruptly cancelled after a two-year run, the comedian noted Latinos and Blacks had a more difficult time staying on the air. Lopez specifically mentioned stars like Queen Latifah and Arsenio Hall who he says weren’t given the opportunity to improve on air like their white counterparts.

“I just don’t think that we’re able to fail like white people fail,” Lopez told Lamont. “Our failures are heavier. When you’ll just leave a guy to get good and just leave him on to get good and we just get judged and criticized every day.”

And when it comes to making films and television that reflect diversity like “Spare Parts,” Lopez says it’s just as difficult.

“No matter what level or what degree you’re on in show business it’s still really hard to get movies made. So this movie will help the next movie get done,” Lopez said early on in the segment. “Gina Rodriguez winning a Golden Globe helps the next show that somebody wants to pitch and the fact that in all of that moment of her being overwhelmed she found a couple of seconds to say ‘this is a culture that wants to see themselves as heroes’… [Latinos] don’t want to divide ourselves in the United States or in entertainment, we just want to be included.”

“Spare Parts,” premiering on Friday, tells the true story of four undocumented Hispanic high school students from Phoenix, Arizona who entered a national collegiate robotics contest and managed to beat engineering giants like M.I.T with just $ 800 and no experience. Lopez’s character is a hybrid of the two real-life teachers who helped and supported the students in their endeavor.

While the comedian said there is an overall lack of opportunities for Latinos in Hollywood, in an answer to a viewer question, Lopez also said the movie would help get rid of any stereotypes that Hispanics aren’t intelligent.

“In our culture and in culture sometimes they make you feel a little be weird for being smart… but we are intelligent people and our dreams matter regardless of if you speak with an accent and people think that that makes you not intelligent,” Lopez answered. “Around the world and in Europe, if you speak multiple languages they look at that as a benefit, but in the United States if you speak Spanish, they look at you like you’re not speaking English. We’re woefully behind in a lot of things and one is perception.”

On the topic of immigration, Lopez urged people to vote in order for policies to change and said that, after being part of President Barack Obama’s 2008 and 2012 campaigns, it was “a little disappointing” that more hadn’t been done for immigrants.

“Immigration has to be reformed and laws have to change but those kids are smart, they deserve a chance,” the comedian said, referencing DREAMers like those portrayed in the film. “This country was built on immigration. And yea I think this movie will raise an incredible dialogue and conversation because one of the kids got deported and then came back and became a citizen and joined the military. We want to live in this country and we want to live happy in this country. Dreams matter and our stories matter and that’s what makes ‘Spare Parts’ really kind of good.”

Take a look at George Lopez’s full interview below.


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Brian May And Roger Taylor Aren’t Fans Of Queen’s New Album

Queen released a two-disc compilation last month, which band members Brian May and Roger Taylor weren’t pleased with. “Apart from that it is a rather odd mixture of our slower stuff, I didn’t want the double-album version they’ve put out,” griped Taylor. “It’s an awful lot for people to take in, and it’s bloody miserable. I wouldn’t call it an album either.”
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Comedian Bonnie McFarlane dons her investigative journalist’s hat to find out once and for all if women are funny and report her unbiased findings in what some are calling the most important documentary of our generation. The film features interviews with notable male and female comedians such as Wanda Sykes, Joy Behar, Sarah Silverman, Rosie O'Donnell, Lisa Lampanelli, Chris Rock, Artie Lange, Tom Arnold, club owners, bookers and man on the street interviews. It also chronicles the lives of Bonnie McFarlane and her husband comedian Rich Vos as they make the movie and deal with their own struggles doing standup all across the country.

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A Special About Guys Who Are Attracted To Men But ‘Aren’t Gay’ Is Coming To TLC

Here’s a little something to entertain you this January.

“My Husband’s Not Gay,” a TV special about a group of Mormon men living in Salt Lake City who are attracted to other men but have chosen to marry women is headed to TLC.

The special will follow couples Jeff and Tanya, Pret and Megan, Curtis and Tera, and a 35-year-old bachelor named Tom, according to The Wrap.

Quotes from the trailer include “With our faith in God we believe we believe we can overcome anything,” “I like to say I’ve chosen an alternative to an alternative lifestyle” and “I’m interested in men I’m just not interested in men.”

It doesn’t exactly come as a surprise that TLC has chosen to air this special. This is the network that airs “My Strange Addiction,” “Breaking Amish” and “19 Kids And Counting,” after all.

“My Husband’s Not Gay” will air at 10 p.m. Jan. 11 on TLC.

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The Most Wonderful Time of the Year? When the Holidays Aren’t So Jolly

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Up until a few years ago I was one of those people who had her tree, decorations and an entire DVD watchlist of Christmas films planned starting from the first of December. Christmas being my second favorite holiday after Halloween, I’d often bankrupt myself buying gifts for family and friends. Mulled wine, parties, watching It’s a Wonderful Life on Christmas Eve, A Miracle on 34th Street for Christmas Day, stockings, presents, love. It was such a wonderful time of the year.

Then came December 24 of 2008, when my father decided to bring his mistress of 30+ years — my entire life and his entire marriage to my mom — to family Christmas functions. Turned out my mother and I were among the few who didn’t know about the other woman. At the time, my husband and I were living in Prague and for the holidays we’d traveled to Sri Lanka — my father’s home country and to where my American mom had decided to retire. Meanwhile, back in my husband’s home of Florida, his aunt passed away unexpectedly and we were helpless do anything from so far away. My parents divorced shortly after and with it my entire family split.

Worst. Christmas. Ever.

In the years since it’s felt a chore to put up a tree at all, and Christmas movies? Well, I never thought I’d personally relate so much to Scrooge. Or the Grinch. Only, there’s no saving this holiday.

Because next came December 14, 2012, the day of the Sandy Hook school shooting in Newtown. Having my own memories of a gun crime and the PTSD that goes with it: As I heard the stories coming out of the school and learning the kids were the same ages as ones I used to work with in Prague… I felt like I was there as the massacre went down. I would close my eyes and see their horror. I would open my eyes and the horror would still be there.

And it was Christmas. The presents those little angels would never get to open. The survivors with a wicked journey towards healing ahead of them. The parents and the unbearable sorrow of burying their children.

Having only been repatriated to the United States for a short while — and living in constant terror of new gun violence — I internalized the events at Sandy Hook Elementary to the extreme where stress caused me to skip a period. When it finally arrived almost three months later the physical pain was among the worst I’ve ever experienced. I lay there, body spasming, eyes watering, holding my belly, thinking about the Sandy Hook moms — and all the moms who have lost their children to senseless gun violence — all the physical agony they went through to bring their children into the world only to lose them because of this country’s perverse lack of gun control.

Turns out, this is not the most wonderful time of year at all. Blood pressure and depression increase around Christmas time, as well as social pressure and (often unreasonable) expectations to participate in the culture of consumption that has become Christmas as we know it.

Social media is wonderful for sharing photos of trees and parties and presents waiting to be opened — unless Christmas has negative associations; then social media becomes a new portal into personal hell. I’ve seen a number of friends swear off Facebook until the new year because everyone else’s apparent holiday joy was making them feel worse during this complicated and emotionally-fraught time of year.

Since our Worst Christmas Ever my husband and I have virtually stopped exchanging Christmas gifts. Instead, each year on behalf of each other and those we love we make a larger and larger donation to Smile Train, a non-profit organization that provides harelip surgeries for children in developing countries. Doctors donate their time, and the money Smile Train collects goes towards the necessary supplies to perform the corrective surgery. These procedures make the difference between a child (and sometimes also his or her family) being a perpetual outcast or the chance to live a normal life. The before and after pictures will break your heart and mend it all in one go.

The first time we donated Smile Train, chose the amount and clicked send, both of us were unexpectedly overwhelmed with the magnitude of such a small gesture — replacing gifts and cards with a contribution towards changing a child’s life for the better — that we cried and held each other tight. And now that’s our new Christmas ritual.

I also decided that the spirit of giving espoused by all those Christmas tales I used to love is something I’d rather practice all year long. I give away at least one painting a month, regularly send friends care packages, and my husband and I treat each other with surprises whenever the giving moves us. “Christmas” is all year in the Lighthouse Point Koehler household.

Now that I no longer have any family requirements during the holiday season — another reason to be thankfully childfree — I use this time for quiet reflection.

And this year I also gave myself two full weeks off from work to finally finish my second novel. There’s nothing like completing a long-overdue project to combat the Christmas season blues.

Still, each day my heart goes out to the Sandy Hook parents who lost their kids two years ago and all the survivors of that wretched day. I honor every person who has an absence in their life this year because of gun violence. I say a non-denominational prayer for everyone around the world who now has to muddle their way through the waters of PTSD and figure out how to cope.

To all of you who, like me, struggle through this time of year: Please be gentle with yourself. If grief visits, let it. Reach out if you need help. Set clear boundaries and don’t be afraid to honor them even when you’re feeling pressured not to. Don’t force things, and especially don’t force yourself. It’s hard enough already, you’re doing the best you can and that is more than enough.

Don’t forget: This too shall pass. Enjoy what you can, leave the rest.

This isn’t the most wonderful time of the year, it’s just another part of it. And it will be over soon.

In solidarity and with love,

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Prince Harry’s Moving Photos Prove African Orphans Aren’t Just The Face Of AIDS

During a recent trip to Africa, Prince Harry zoomed in on some inspiring progress in a country devastated by AIDS.

The British Royal visited kids in need in Lesotho who are benefit from the organization he co-founded, Sentebale. The primary focus of his trip was to track the charity’s developments on a new children’s center, but Harry also took time to photograph a few of the kids to document how they’re doing.

“These are children who have never had the chance to talk about their illness, and who had no idea that they were one of so many in their age group,” Prince Harry wrote in a caption of one of his photographs. “It was really emotional watching them interact with each other.”

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Prince Harry takes a photograph on a Fuji X100s Camera during a visit to a herd boy night school constructed by Sentebale on December 8, 2014 in Mokhotlong, Lesotho. (Photo by Chris Jackson – WPA Pool /Getty Images)

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A man in traditional Lesothan Dress poses for a photograph by Prince Harry at a herd boy school supported by Sentebale on December 8, 2014 in Maseru, Lesotho. (Photo by HRH Prince Henry of Wales via Getty Images)

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Lesothan children pose for the camera for Prince Harry on December 9, 2014 in Leribe, Lesotho. (Photo by HRH Prince Henry of Wales via Getty Images)

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Lesothan children pose for a photograph taken by Prince Harry at a herd boy school supported by Sentebale on December 10, 2014 in Maseru, Lesotho. (Photo by HRH Prince Henry of Wales via Getty Images)


The prince, who visited Lesotho for four days earlier this month, toured construction of the new facility, which will dramatically increase the number of vulnerable children the charity can serve.

The center offers educational and healthcare resources to orphans living with HIV. According to USAID, there are more than 350,000 orphans in Lesotho, and about 180,000 of them lost parents to AIDS.

“Some [are] really outgoing chatty kids, others slightly overwhelmed, but all with huge smiles,” Harry wrote. “This confirmed to me again that what we’re doing is going to change thousands of children’s lives, and hopefully save a generation.”

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Prince Harry plays with two young children (who are going through a program for malnourishment) during a visit to the organization supported by Sentebale on December 8, 2014 in Maseru, Lesotho. (Photo by Chris Jackson – WPA Pool /Getty Images)

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Prince Harry plays with a 3-year-old blind girl named Karabo during a visit to Phelisanong Children’s Home on December 6, 2014 in Pitseng, Lesotho. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images for Sentebale)

To support Sentebale’s work, visit the organization’s website.

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11 Cats Who Loathe Weddings And Aren’t Afraid To Show It

When it comes to the title of “most wedding-friendly animal,” dogs pretty much have it on lockdown. They happily sport wedding attire, graciously carry out ring bearer duties and are all-around awesome at livening up the party (with only a few notable exceptions).

Cats, however, are less keen on the whole wedding thing. Below, we present 11 pieces of photographic evidence of just that:

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TOMS and Warby Parker Aren't the Only Buzzworthy Brands

The success stories of both TOMS and Warby Parker have been written and written again, but there are two companies in their shadows that deserve your attention as well: Tortoise & Blonde and BucketFeet.

Founded just four years ago, eyewear brand Tortoise & Blonde has toured the country with musicians, received backing from Urban Outfitters and began building shop-in-shops in multiple Manhattan UO locations. BucketFeet, founded in 2011, has partnered with retail giant Nordstrom, counts Crate & Barrel founder Gordon Segal as an investor, opened a flagship brick-and-mortar shop in downtown Chicago and will launch a summer pop-up in Manhattan later this month.

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Tortoise & Blonde’s first shop-in-shop in downtown Manhattan.

I was introduced to these companies a few years ago while creating the official style segment of the South by Southwest Music Festival. My goal in creating this, then called Style X (read “Style By”), was to celebrate emerging brands that weren’t getting as much attention — and didn’t have as much money — as their well-known competitors. We had runway shows and speakers like the Man Repeller and Huffington Post’s own Anya Strzemien, but the heart of the showcase focused on pop-ups and up-and-coming brands.

Perhaps more than any other brand, Tortoise & Blonde benefitted tremendously from early SXSW exposure. The eyewear company was founded around the same time as the well-funded startup Warby Parker, but Tortoise & Blonde’s founders had a much deeper connection to people’s eyewear choices. While Warby Parker has been led with design and New York cool, Tortoise & Blonde was led by a successful optometrist, Dr. Steven Weisfeld, who serves as CEO with his son Evan as partner.

“We participated (in SXSW) very early in our company’s lifecycle, which was great because it made us start thinking more omni-channel. The e-commerce space was crowding rapidly and it was a great differentiator when raising capital and building out the brand,” said Evan, who ditched a high-paying finance gig to launch Tortoise & Blonde with his father. “We have also seen a higher conversion rate of prospects we meet at events and pop-ups that go on to purchase online versus ads purchased on Google and Facebook.”

Tortoise & Blonde initially met Urban Outfitters on their “Store on Tour” in the fall of 2011, about six months after its launch at SXSW. By the next year, the company launched a program of pop-up shops at existing and opening UO store locations across the country. In June 2013, Tortoise & Blonde launched its first permanent shop-in-shop with UO in their Noho store in NYC and will open two more Manhattan locations in the coming months at the Fifth Avenue and Herald Square UO stores.

“We are firm believers that brick-and-mortar will never truly be replaced by e-commerce. Customers still need to be assisted with purchases, especially with a product like eyewear,” added Evan, who serves as chief operating officer for the young company.

BucketFeet, based in Chicago, is co-founded by CEO Raaja Nemani – who also left the finance industry to start the company – and Chief Artist Aaron Firestein, who discovered his passion for artist-designed shoes while traveling in South America. Today, the company has a growing roster of artists around the world who design shoes that cater to everyone from skateboarding teenagers to soccer moms. (I recently purchased a pair designed by New York artist Jayson Atienza.)

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BucketFeet’s flagship shop in Downtown Chicago.

With international reach and a passion for creativity, SXSW was the perfect platform for BucketFeet to raise awareness for its mission to put artist-designed sneakers on the feet of millions.

“SXSW is a unique event and one that fits within the culture of BucketFeet. It’s not about sales, it’s about connecting with creative people from all industries: tech, music, art, fashion, food,” co-founder Firestein said. “Pop-ups and in-person events have been huge for us. We are a footwear company, so giving people the opportunity to try on and feel our product is priceless.

“We want people (artists and consumers) to see BucketFeet as something much larger than just a shoe brand, and there’s no better way of doing that then by interacting in person.”

Despite a world where it seems it’s e-commerce everything, the role of pop-ups and brick-and-mortar has not fully declined – as evidenced by brands like Tortoise & Blonde and BucketFeet, and more importantly, by the investments of retail kingmakers like Urban Outfitters and Nordstrom. The ambitious model of TOMS is easier said than done, as is getting tens of millions in venture backing as Warby Parker has done. But what emerging brands like Tortoise & Blonde and BucketFeet demonstrate is that there exists a new path to fashion and retail success that looks a bit like the old path: one face-to-face interaction at a time.
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