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Diamond Fire: A Hidden Legacy Novella (Unabridged) – Ilona Andrews

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Diamond Fire: A Hidden Legacy Novella (Unabridged)

Ilona Andrews

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 19.95

Publish Date: November 6, 2018

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Hidden Deep – Amy Patrick

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Hidden Deep

Amy Patrick

Genre: Paranormal

Publish Date: March 23, 2015

Publisher: Oxford South Press

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


He isn't supposed to even talk to a human, much less fall in love with one… Sixteen-year-old Ryann Carroll has just run into the guy who saved her life ten years ago. You might think she'd be happy to see him again. Not exactly. She's a bit underdressed (as in skinny-dipping,) and he's not supposed to exist. After her father's affair, all Ryann wants is to escape the family implosion fallout and find a little peace. She also wouldn't mind a first date that didn't suck, but she's determined not to end up like her mom: vulnerable, betrayed, destroyed. Ryann's just moved into her grandma's house in rural Mississippi, the same place where ten years earlier she became lost in the woods overnight and nearly died. She's still irresistibly drawn to those woods. There she encounters the boy who kept her from freezing to death that long ago winter night and was nowhere to be seen when rescuers arrived. He's still mysterious, but now all grown-up and gorgeous, too. And the more she's with him, the greater the threat he poses to Ryann's strict policy– never want someone more than he wants you.  Seventeen-year-old Lad knows the law of his people all too well: Don't get careless and Don't get caught. It's allowed his race to live undetected in this world for thousands of years, mentioned only in flawed and fading folklore. Lad's never been able to forget about Ryann since that night ten years ago. When he sees her again, his fascination re-ignites and becomes a growing desire that tempts him to break all the rules. He's not supposed to even talk to a human, much less fall in love with one. And the timing is atrocious. The Assemblage is coming, the rift between the Light and Dark is widening. Lad may have to trade his own chance at happiness to keep the humans, especially Ryann, blissfully ignorant and safe. THE HIDDEN SERIES: Book 1: Hidden Deep Book 2: Hidden Heart Book 3: Hidden Hope The Sway- A Hidden Novella Book 4: Hidden Darkness Book 5: Hidden Danger Book 6: Hidden Desire Book 7: Hidden Game Book 8: Hidden Magic Book 9: Hidden Hero  **Fans of Cassandra Clare's Mortal Instruments series and Stephenie Meyer's Twilight Saga will be drawn to Amy Patrick's sexy, magical Hidden Saga.** Grab your copy today and Give in to the Glamour of the Hidden Saga! REVIEWS: "I was immediately drawn to the cool, quiet tranquility of the woods. The details jumped off the page in deep green leaves and cold clear water. Then Lad and Ryann swept me right off my feet… I was glad that I started Hidden Deep on a Friday so that I could read straight through the night into the breaking hours of dawn. It ended way too quickly. I hope the continuation will be out soon. I will be making plans for another Friday night lost in the world of Lad and Ryann." – AJ- Bitten by Books  "I love it when I fall deeper into the story as I move from one chapter to the next. That's what I got here. … as a whole, this book is a delicious read. I actually went back to the first chapter immediately after finishing the epilogue which is HEART-STOPPING by the way. The cliffhanger left me with my mouth open and ready to reread the whole thing (which I kinda did). " Lyn Ching, Side B blog "I really got into this story, and every time I reached the end of one chapter, I couldn't resist going on to the next one. HIDDEN DEEP is a YA Fantasy novel like no other." Jessica, The Book Bratz YA Book blog

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Land Of Hidden Fires – Kirk Kjeldsen

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Land Of Hidden Fires

Kirk Kjeldsen

Genre: Literary

Publish Date: January 24, 2017

Publisher: Grenzland Press

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


Occupied Norway, 1943. After seeing an allied plane go down over the mountains, headstrong fifteen year-old Kari Dahlstrøm sets out to locate the wreck. She soon finds the cocky American pilot Lance Mahurin and offers to take him to Sweden, pretending she's a member of the resistance. While her widower father Erling and the disillusioned Nazi Oberleutnant Conrad Moltke hunt them down, Kari begins to fall for Lance, dreaming of a life with him in America. Over the course of the harrowing journey, though, Kari learns hard truths about those around her as well as discovering unforeseen depths within herself.

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Tokyo’s Coolest Boutique Is Hidden Behind a Love Hotel

TOKYO — Shinjuku red light district Kabukicho has not historically been at the crossroads of high fashion.
That reputation is now being tested. Located behind a love hotel is select shop The Four Eyed, which has set Charles Jeffrey, Y/Project and Martine Rose upon an area regarded for its swarm of hostess clubs and Yakuza enclaves.
Former Fruits magazine photographer Keisuke Fujita opened the boutique in 2016 with the aim to energize Tokyo’s fashion scene. Fujita and shop creative director Maiko Shibukawa hope to push the city’s aesthetic needle past its “stale” cutesy reputation and toward a new, thoughtful era.
“There are no places like this in the area — it’s kind of a weird location, but that’s what is good about it,” Shibukawa said. “We are really anti-kawaii [cute] style, we didn’t want to become one of the Harajuku stores. It’s one of our challenges — to change Tokyo’s mainstream fashion. It has always been about kawaii for the last 20 years of Tokyo fashion.”
Kabukicho’s cheap rents enable Shibukawa to select eclectic merchandise that is not particularly driven by sales. “I pick what I like,” she said. Shoppers can find a hodgepodge of vintage shoes, zines, Mauricio Stein sunglasses and Mimi Wade T-shirts

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Hidden Blade – Pippa DaCosta

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Hidden Blade

Pippa DaCosta

Genre: Fantasy

Publish Date: January 4, 2017

Publisher: Pippa DaCosta

Seller: Phillippa Lancaster


"They call me devil, liar, thief. In whispers, they call me Soul Eater. They’re right. I’m all those things—and more."  Kicked out of the underworld and cursed to walk this earth for all eternity, Ace Dante finds solace in helping others avoid the wrath of the gods. But when warrior-bitch, Queen of Cats, and Ace's ex-wife, Bastet, hires him to stop whoever is slaughtering her blessed women, Ace is caught between two of the most powerful deities to have ever existed: Isis and Osiris. The once-revered gods aren’t dead. They’re back. And Ace is in their way. Welcome to a New York where the ancient gods roam.

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Human Compatibility: Hidden Factors Rule Your Relationships

You’ve been lied to about what makes two people compatible. As long as two people enjoy mutual physical attraction and share basic likes such as baseball games and pizza, and dislikes such as cold weather, they are compatible, right? Wrong. Isn’t compatibility just a matter of a couple working hard to make their differences bearable? Nope. Real compatibility isn’t a choice. Patience and understanding don’t cancel out innate strife.
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Winter is Coming: Symbols and Hidden Meanings in a Game of Thrones (Unabridged) – Valerie Estelle Frankel

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Winter is Coming: Symbols and Hidden Meanings in a Game of Thrones (Unabridged)

Valerie Estelle Frankel

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 1.95

Publish Date: January 17, 2014

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Wildfire: A Hidden Legacy Novel (Unabridged) – Ilona Andrews

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Wildfire: A Hidden Legacy Novel (Unabridged)

Ilona Andrews

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 27.95

Publish Date: July 25, 2017

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Hidden Figures – Theodore Melfi

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Hidden Figures

Theodore Melfi

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: December 25, 2016


The incredible untold true story of Katherine Johnson (Taraji P. Henson), Dorothy Vaughan (Octavia Spencer) & Mary Jackson (Janelle Monae)—brilliant African-American women working at NASA, who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit. This stunning achievement galvanized the world and inspired generations to dream big.

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Hidden Hollywood – Kylie Gilmore

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Hidden Hollywood

Happy Endings Book Club Series, Book 1

Kylie Gilmore

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: October 18, 2016

Publisher: Extra Fancy Books

Seller: Extra Fancy Books


A new standalone series from USA Today bestselling author Kylie Gilmore about the irresistibly sexy Campbell brothers (and a tomboy sister) who find love with the help of the matchmaking leader of The Happy Endings Book Club. Get your happy ending! Hidden Hollywood   She’s on top… When superstar actress Claire Jordan researched her role for the Fierce Trilogy movies, she never expected the bond she feels with the author and her romance book club aka The Happy Endings Book Club. Soon Claire finds herself confessing her secret longing for a regular guy—no more egocentric wealthy players—and the book club is all too ready to help. In disguise as a regular girl, she’s all set for a date with book-club-approved Josh Campbell. He’s on top… Billionaire tech CEO Jake Campbell is weary of gold-digging women, especially the glamorous superficial types. So when his identical twin, Josh, calls in a favor, asking Jake to step in as him on a date, Jake figures one of Josh’s cute girl-next-door types might be just what he needs. One night of passion with the sweet girl next door leaves Jake wanting more, except she seems to have vanished. Sometimes a Happy Ending is just the beginning. Happy Endings Book Club Series Hidden Hollywood (Book 1) Inviting Trouble (Book 2) So Revealing (Book 3) Formal Arrangement (Book 4) Bad Boy Done Wrong (Book 5) Mess With Me (Book 6) 

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Ireland’s Hidden Gay History: ‘The Outing’ Grows as LGBT Rights Go Mainstream

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Karel (far right) and Eddie McGuinness (center) lead off a group of GLBT media figures from across the globe to begin The Outing in Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare, Ireland Photo: Failte Ireland

They say love can be found in the most unlikely of places; well, if that’s the case, then Ireland has a festival for you if you happen to be a member of the LGBT community. Called The Outing, this music and matchmaking festival in the Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare, in the West of Ireland, a town of 800, and it is the last place one would expect to find gay men, women, trans, drag queens — all sorts of people from all around the world having a ball and looking to fall in love.

Yet that’s exactly where I found myself Oct. 2-4 with a group of other members of the international LGBT press for what is quickly becoming one of the most offbeat, and festive, LGBT events in the world. Started by entrepreneur, PR maven, chat-show host, presenter, and publisher (yes, he’s done it all) Eddie McGuinness, along with Rory O’Neill (the European drag sensation known as Panti) it’s quickly become the place to be for single people from all over the world looking for love. So, how, exactly, did we end up here marching down the street with a 10′ rainbow flag?

Well prior to getting to the West, we began in California; myself and my two-man film crew of Brandon Riley Miller and Steven Lynn. We will be filming the premiere episode of Season Two of my Free Speech TV show Karel: Life In Segments.

This trip begins as any other, trying desperately to fit broadcast and play clothes into one bag, one carry-on and one personal item since airlines now think we should be naked everywhere we go or buy stuff when we arrive. I even have a hand-held baggage scale so there’s no $ 100 or more surprises at the airport for an overweight item.

It’s United from LAX to SFO, a quick and easy enough flight, and then Aer Lingus from SFO all the way to Dublin nonstop. It’s a 10-hour hop, and while the airline does what it can, or at least the staff, let’s be real, anything other than Business or First Class is steerage these days on almost any airline: the seats are always too small, there’s never enough overhead space or legroom, the person in front is too close… very few airlines care about the true comfort of their coach passengers anymore and most treat them almost like a bother. Aer Lingus is a little better than many, the food is nicely presented, the entertainment options varied, the staff courteous and it maintains affordable pricing, but space is what most people need more of in coach — not ginger ale — and no airline, save Virgin (which is premium) really provides it. It’s the price we pay for the experience, the journey. And the price we pay for not demanding better from all air carriers, who all seem to be on an austerity package these days; life behind the most classist curtain in the world, the one that separates the nice part from the rest, is now just something to endure as best as one can no matter the airline.

But it doesn’t matter, because you’re going to Ireland and once there the 10 hours is quickly forgotten, wiped away by one of the most welcoming cultures and beautiful islands in the world.

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A Group of LGBT media figures from around the world arrive in Dublin for a historic walking tour, starting at the monument to Oscar Wilde. Photo: Failte Ireland

We land in Dublin and are whisked to the Morgan Hotel in the Temple Bar. It’s a lovely boutique style hotel, right in the thick of the party. Now, if you like being right in the thick of the party, this is the place; the rooms are elegantly appointed, the breakfast / bar dining area trendy but beautiful, it’s almost like a modern art museum that functions as a hotel.

Temple Bar is the place for drinking and dining, definitely the most popular in Dublin. I tend to visit once or twice while in town but stay out of it for the most part. I’m 52 now, and drinking age starts at 18 in Ireland; don’t get me wrong, I can club with the best of them, but this is the place youth from all over Europe come to watch a match, have a pint or four, and be in Ireland. It gets crazy beyond belief, while just around the edges are other hotels, eateries and pubs that still have the feel but not quite the crowd. Even Bono co-owns one right across the River Liffey, The Clarence Hotel, and we were taken to it for the Liquor Rooms, a downstairs speakeasy-type bar one would expect Bono to co-own.

Avenue is the latest restaurant from Nick Munier. Mr. Munier is co-presenter of Master Chef Ireland as well as one of the stars of Hell’s Kitchen in the UK. The food is presented like it’s right off of television, yet affordably priced for the quality and style of the cuisine. And the waiters are easy on the eye as well.

Panti joined us at dinner to discuss the Outing and what we could expect in the West.

“Lisdoonvarna has been doing the matchmaking festival for, well, forever,” he laughed. “People would come down from the surrounding hills or in from the other counties in the west each year for a matchmaking festival that lasts six weeks. Well, three years ago Eddie (McGuinness) and a few others decided it’s time to take over the last weekend and focus on matching up members of the LGBT community!”

That’s a big jump for the West and big jump for a country that just decriminalized homosexuality in 1993. Since then, there’s been the marriage referendum, in which McGuinness and Panti would play an enormous part, where the country voted and became the first in the world to legalize same-sex marriage by such a vote.

In fact, Ireland’s gay history is a violent one, plagued with violence against members of the LGBT community; it’s a story that’s played out in country after country, and one activist Tonie Walsh witnessed firsthand.

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Tonie Walsh gives visiting media figures a historic GLBT history tour of Dublin. Photo: Brandon Riley Miller

“I think the thing that perhaps is closest to your Stonewall would be the Declan Flynn murder in September of 1982,” Walsh told the group of journalists as we walked around Dublin on a LGBT walking tour headed by Walsh. “He was brutally murdered and the defense of the assailants was basically we were doing the city a favor by cleaning up the perverts from the park,” he went on, the pain of the memory evident. “The judge accepted the defense, issued suspended manslaughter sentences and in response, we had a rally, The Fairview Park Protest March on March 19th, 1983, the following year, one of the first of its kind; this march is where we rallied through the streets, right past the assailants, to show our outrage. That incident sparked, and continued to fan the flames that had been burning and helped lead up to the decriminalization, after over 330 years, of being gay in Ireland finally in 1993.”

Walsh was quick to point out another friend, Charles Self, an RTE Employee, was also stabbed to death in 1981; his murder is unresolved to this day but led to the founding of the Dublin Lesbian and Gay Men’s Collective.

Walsh is a survivor of the movement, someone who, along with a small group of others, helped start community centers, helped raise awareness and helped begin showing to Ireland, and the world, that there is a heritage, a GLBT heritage in Ireland, of Irish gay men, women, trans and more.

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Tonie Walsh with Karel in background in Dublin on the GLBT Historic walking tour. Photo Brandon Riley Miller

“The idea that we are going out West tomorrow to the Outing, well, it’s just incredible,” Walsh continued. “Before, you just weren’t visible in rural Ireland if you were gay. You just couldn’t be. You stayed hidden. This now gives those people a place to go, to be, to come out and to be recognized,” he added.

Our fight is like so many other in so many other countries, then, and now. And as Ireland begins to come into the new age of LGBT rights, we must remember those in Russia and other places that are still horribly oppressed, remember what it was like for us, here, and stretch out our hand in support, friendship and even in offers of asylum for those that need it based on gender or sexuality issues.

Yes, he still very much has a mission, this marvel of activism in Ireland.

Panti has opened a club on Capel St., so many go off for a night cap. My Day One ends with the crew and I checking in and calling it a night. In the morning, it’s on the coach to Lisdoonvarna and The Outing, with a few sights along the way.

I sit at the Morgan and reflect on all Walsh, McGuinness and Panti have told us just in one day. I look at Dublin, a city I’ve seen 13 times over 20 years, and I think, right under my nose, as I was coming here, this place changed greatly, quickly, positively for the GLBT community. As the Pope is meeting with Kim Davis in my country, the sign of bigotry, in my country, here, the spirit of welcome has been sent to the world’s gay community, and a sense of home and acceptance is being felt by the members of Ireland’s GLBT community because of all this movement. It’s a miraculous thing to be not only a witness to history, but to be experiencing it firsthand.

I turn on the TV and hear all the news America isn’t: How we are basically responsible for the refugee crisis in Syria and Afghanistan that Europe is facing, how our Middle East Policy has failed and how the “era of American exceptionalism” is coming to an end. I hear bewilderment about our gun laws as they report on yet another mass shooting in my nation and I turn it off, knowing all those topics will be there later.

But tomorrow, it’s going to be #AllAboutLove and one crazy bus trip to the West.

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The Hidden: Krewe of Hunters, Book 17 (Unabridged) – Heather Graham

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The Hidden: Krewe of Hunters, Book 17 (Unabridged)

Heather Graham

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 17.95

Publish Date: September 29, 2015

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Hidden – Matt Duffer & Ross Duffer

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Hidden

Matt Duffer & Ross Duffer

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 19.99

Expected Release Date: October 6, 2015


Ray, Claire and their seven-year-old daughter, Zoe, are an average American family in Kingsville, North Carolina – except they have existed in a bomb shelter escaping a day of devastation that changed everything. For 301 days, they have transformed their cement prison into a home, holding on to memories of the past and hope for a normal life someday. And for 301 days, the family has eluded what looms above the surface – the heavy breathing and booming footsteps that punctuate the night, threatening their fragile existence. All the while, the family has managed to stay hidden, until now. Now their safe haven has been breached… and something is coming for them.

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Hidden Pleasures – Lucia Jordan

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Hidden Pleasures

Lucia Jordan

Genre: Erotic Romance

Publish Date: September 4, 2015

Publisher: Vasko

Seller: Vasko Pty Ltd


A powerful Contemporary Romance. Here is the first book in the ‘Hidden Pleasures’ Series by Lucia Jordan, written in her signature style of high passion and emotion.  While Madeline tries to resist Liam, the world of pain and pleasure he offers might just be too tempting to ignore…  If real estate broker Madeline Swift wants to keep her job, she needs to make a sale and she needs to make it fast. So when a new client is in the market to buy a property, they’re assigned to the disheartened and severely unoptimistic Madeline who comes face to face with the man on whom her job now depends – Liam Benedict.  But Liam is no stranger to Madeline. The boy she had been infatuated with as a sophomore in college is now a man who’s nothing like what she remembered. He’s older, more sophisticated, gorgeous and impossibly hotter with a new cool, calm authoritativeness that excites and intimidates her at the same time.  Liam knows exactly who Madeline is, and plans to seduce her into a world of sensual exploration that she had been too naïve for all those years ago. The question is—is Madeline now ready for everything that Liam has in store?  Only mature readers should download this book 

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Hidden Sins (Luke Fletcher Series #1) – Karice Bolton

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Hidden Sins (Luke Fletcher Series #1)

Karice Bolton

Genre: Suspense

Publish Date: June 10, 2014

Publisher: Bulldog Press

Seller: K. Bolton


Luke Fletcher asks himself one simple question. Is she worth dying for? His answer is yes. When Hannah Walker rolls into her new town on fumes, she doesn't expect her past to catch up to her so quickly. But the moment her card is declined for a lousy cup of coffee, she realizes nowhere is safe, and her life on the run has just gotten more complex. Luke Fletcher has made it his mission in life to protect. When he meets Hannah Walker, she makes it clear that his services aren't needed and neither is he, but there's something in her eyes that tells another story. Once he begins investigating the woman with many names, he realizes one thing is clear. Whoever, she's running from won't stop until she's dead. Determined to gain Hannah's trust and break down her walls, Luke begins to share his own history, but where that leads could cost them more than their hearts as the sins of others threatens to destroy them both. *Can be read as a stand-alone novel*

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For those who think Caitlyn Jenner’s only talent is learning how to walk, pivot and turn in six-inch heels, hold onto your Spanx. At an exclusive interview with This Reporter at the Four Seasons Hotel overlooking Central Park, Jenner moistened her manicured index fingers with her tongue and expertly traced the rims of a dozen Waterford crystal goblets filled with varying amounts of Dom Perignon. The result was a chilling, if pitchy, rendition of I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar. The entire wait staff applauded.

“I was planning on using this as my talent for Miss Universe,” Jenner said, “But my People tell me it’s been delayed. The networks are miffed at Donald for speaking Truth to Power.”

When This Reporter asked Jenner if she was serious about competing in a beauty contest at her age, she threw back her head and laughed in delight, while grabbing This Reporter’s testicles and squeezing with Olympian strength. “Honey, I didn’t pay seventy mil to become a dried up crone. I’m a young, hot, juicy babe,” purred Jenner. “And these buns are a helluva lot tighter than those double-wide Kardashians.”

While she is disappointed about what she described as Trump’s “Mexican mishagas” which has sidetracked her Miss Universe dreams, Jenner has no doubt about his presidential ambitions. “Donald’s the only one with cojones,” she said, giving mine another tweak. “Jeb Bush is a bore. Christy needs to go to fat camp. And Rubio isn’t an American. Donald is going to make chopped liver out of them.”

Jenner doesn’t see Hillary as a threat to Trump’s bid for the White House. “Have you seen her hair?” Jenner gasped. “And those pantsuits? She looks like a contestant on Wheel of Fortune. Besides, Donald has more experience.”

“Hillary served as a Senator and Secretary of State , while Trump has never held political office,” This Reporter interjected.

Jenner batted her false eyelashes. “America doesn’t need or want another politician. America needs a better licensing deal. That’s what The Donald will provide. Does Hillary have her own perfume, jewelry or clothing line? Hell, no! Donald does. He understands that America is a global franchise in desperate need of better PR. The Democrats don’t get that.”

“What about ISIS?” This Reporter asked.

“That’s a gotcha question,” Jenner said. ” I’ll only say that rap music has made an important contribution to our culture and I’m very proud of Kanye’s success.”

“What about Bernie Sanders?” This Reporter asked. “How do you think Trump will hold up in a debate with him?”

“Don’t you watch The Apprentice?” Jenner smirked. “Donald doesn’t have to debate. He fires people.”

When asked about her allegiance to the GOP, Jenner took a moment to compose herself. “I know what people think,” she sighed. “As a transgender individual I should be supportive of the party that fought so long and hard for same-sex marriage, gender equality, civil rights and women’s issues. But they forget. I live in Hollywood where everyone and their acupuncturist is a Democrat. This is my way of separating myself from all the other drop dead gorgeous babes in the biz. Being a Republican is my Brand. Look what it did for Sarah Palin.”

Underneath her glossy, auburn tresses, Jenner conceals a facile mind, sharp wit and cunning ambition. “Look,” she says, “The real reason I transitioned was because I was nothing more than comic relief in the Kardashian reality show. I had no traction. Now, I’ve got more people following me than Kim or Chloe.”

“You mean on Twitter?” This Reporter asked.

“No, hon. I mean people!” Jenner stood up, flinging her Hermes Kelly bag over her broad shoulders, and snapped her fingers. An army of publicists, photographers, managers, stylists and lawyers trailed in her wake – all whistling I Am Woman.

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The mystery enshrouding Hutton’s Bridge is as impenetrable as the fog that descended at its borders eighty years ago. Each year, three villagers enter the mist searching for answers. No one ever returns.  Then a dragon falls from the sky to the town square, dead—the first glimpse of an outside world that has become nothing more than a fairy tale to Hutton’s Bridge. Except to Tressa.  Tressa grew up with Granna’s stories of the days before the fog fell. When Granna dies, leaving Tressa without any family, Tressa ventures into the fog herself, vowing to unravel the foul magic holding Hutton’s Bridge captive.  What she discovers beyond the fog endangers the lives of everyone she loves. 

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Cinema’s Hidden Pearls — Part II

One of nature’s rarest items, a pearl is produced within the soft tissue (specifically the mantle) of a living shelled mollusk. Just like the shell of a clam, a pearl is composed of calcium carbonate in minute crystalline form, which has been deposited in concentric layers. Truly flawless pearls are infrequently produced in nature, and as a result, the pearl has become a metaphor for something rare, fine, admirable and valuable.

Hidden pearls exist in the world of movies, as well: films that, in spite of being brilliantly crafted and executed, never got the audience they deserved beyond a cult following.

Here are a few more of our favorite hidden pearls in the world of film:


1. Massacre at Central High (1976)

Dutch director, and former cameraman for the legendary Russ Meyer, Rene Daalder was hired by producers to direct an exploitation film set in a suburban high school with all the expected sex, nudity and violence that defines the genre. What they got instead was something totally unexpected: David (Derrel Maury) a sensitive, but extremely tough kid, transfers to Central High, where he reconnects with childhood pal Mark (Andrew Stevens) who is part of the school’s ruling clique, led by the Hitler Youth-esque Craig (Steve Bond), who rule over the student body like a police state. When David stands up to their bullying of other, weaker students, the clique retaliates, crippling David, only to find themselves being picked off one-by-one, having finally messed with the right wrong person. Although it certainly contains the above-mentioned exploitation elements, Massacre is a thinly-veiled metaphor for the rise of Fascism in society, brilliantly executed by the filmmakers and its young, attractive cast (female lead Kimberly Beck was one of the great beauties of her day). Highly influential upon dozens of later “teen” films, most notably Heathers, the film has been embroiled in a rights battle between its producers for decades, keeping a proper DVD/Blu-ray release and restoration from happening. Named by Roger Ebert as one of the ten best films of 1976, Massacre at Central High is a unique work that is alternately unsettling, hilarious and very sexy.


2. Quadrophenia (1979)

Inspired by The Who’s second, eponymous rock opera, after the classic Tommy, Quadrophenia is one of the greatest youth movies ever made, easily standing tall next to Rebel Without a Cause, Easy Rider, Over the Edge,and more. Phil Daniels plays Jimmy, a disaffected 19 year-old done with school but still not grown up, making as meager a living as a working class lad can in 1965 London. His only sense of belonging and identity comes from being a Mod, youths who related to post-modern popular culture in their dress (sharp suits and short haircuts), musical taste (The Who, modern jazz) and vehicles (Vespa scooters). Jimmy pops blues (amphetamines), gets into brawls with Rockers (leather-clad kids who ride motorcycles and have tastes still rooted in 1950s outlaw culture) and pursues the elusive, beautiful Steph (Leslie Ash). Jimmy’s struggle to fit in and define himself is incredibly moving. When he reconnects with an old school pal (a young Ray Winstone) who turns out to be on the “wrong side,” Jimmy’s anguish is palpable, as is his final, stunning act of rebellion, played out on the White Cliffs of Dover. Watch for Sting in his film debut as Ace Face, leader of the Mods, who’s charismatic image masks a sad reality.


3. Zardoz (1974)

In an interview with director John Boorman earlier this year, I told him what a huge fan I’ve always been of his sci-fi film Zardoz, that I’ve seen it eight times, and I still don’t know what the hell it’s about. He laughed and agreed that he wasn’t quite sure, either. Sean Connery is Zed, a primitive warrior in a future world divided into two camps: the poor savages and the privileged immortals. The savages worship the god Zardoz, a flying stone head that disperses guns and wisdom (“The Penis is evil! The Penis shoots Seeds, and makes new life to poison the Earth with a plague of men, as once it was. But the Gun shoots Death and purifies the Earth of the filth of Brutals. Go forth, and kill! Zardoz has spoken.”) Zed hitches a ride on the head and finds himself in the Vortex, home to the immortals, including the beautiful Consuela (the appropriately beautiful Charlotte Rampling), throwing the balance of the world off-center. Even watching this film stoned doesn’t quite make it add up, but it’s a stunning, wonderful ride nonetheless. New Blu-ray release makes it shine that much stronger.


4. Vanishing Point (1971)

Vanishing Point is the greatest existential chase/road picture ever made. The plot is so simultaneously simple and complex, it’s worthy of Camus: Kowalski (Barry Newman) is a professional driver who is hired to deliver a 1970 Dodge Challenger from Denver to San Francisco in 15 hours. Along the way, he breaks every law governing speed on the books, sparks a cross-country manhunt by every trigger-happy law enforcement agency known to man, and becomes a folk hero to the audience of DJ Super Soul (Cleavon Little), who gives hourly updates on Kowalski’s progress to the rebellious youth of the day. Vanishing Point is one of those films that runs an hour and forty minutes (and in the European cut, which we prefer, a bit longer) and has maybe ten pages of dialogue: in short, it’s pure cinema. Directed by Richard C. Sarafian, who was primarily a character actor, and knocked this 90 mph fastball out of the park.


5. Electra Glide In Blue (1973)

Another existentialist masterpiece masquerading as a murder mystery/policier, Electra stars Robert Blake as John Wintergreen, a pint-sized Arizona Highway Patrolman whose Napoleon Complex gives him a fire in the belly for bigger, better things: namely a detective’s gold shield. When a hermit is found dead from a shotgun blast in his desert shack, Wintergreen sees the case, which has more to it than initially meets the eye, as his ticket to the big-time. The only directorial effort of James William Guercio, known primarily as being manager of the group Chicago (who make a memorable cameo as a band of murderous hippies), who wisely spent a big chunk of his budget hiring the great Conrad Hall to shoot his film, Electra is one of the greatest-looking films of that hallowed cinematic decade that was the ’70s. Blake gives his finest (and most ironic, given how his life played out) performance, with his monologue toward the film’s devastating climax (“Loneliness’ll kill you deader than a .357 Magnum”) one of the most heartbreaking speeches ever committed to film.


6. Witchfinder General (aka The Conqueror Worm, 1968)

The UK has a film ratings system that goes back to the early 20th century, 1912 to be exact. By the late 1960s, films like Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Bonnie & Clyde and The Graduate pushed the need for such a system in the U.S. to its breaking point. A few films released in 1968 helped that final straw break. This was one of them. Telling the true story of the infamous Matthew Hopkins (Vincent Price in his greatest, least hammy performance), England’s infamous “witch hunter” who, with his assistant Stearne (Robert Russell) executed more than 300 people, mainly women, during their two to three years of ‘witch hunting’. Considering that 500 people in total were executed for witchcraft in England between the late 15th and late 18th centuries, it means that Hopkins was responsible for two thirds of these executions during a period of three years. Ian Ogilvy is the dashing young soldier who vows revenge upon Hopkins after his attack on his beautiful fiancée (Hilary Dwyer, both beautiful and a fine actress). In addition to a literate screenplay, inspired by Edgar Alan Poe’s The Conqueror Worm, the film’s then-unprecedented graphic violence, sex and nudity (still strong by today’s standards) was notable not only for its depiction, but for not being simultaneously exploitative. Director Michael Reeves, just 24 at the time of filming, gives the proceedings a matter-of-fact realism that makes it all the more disturbing. Sadly, Reeves would die of an accidental overdose a year after the film’s release.


7. El Topo (aka The Mole, 1970)

The first season of Saturday Night Live had one of their greatest fake commercials, showing Dan Ayckroyd and Gilda Radner arguing over whether an aerosol can’s contents contained a dessert topping or a floor wax. Chevy Chase then cheerfully enters, declaring “Shimmer is a floor wax AND a dessert topping!” Alejandro Jodorowsky’s El Topo is much the same: It’s a spaghetti western. It’s a Christ allegory. It’s a comedy. It’s a tragedy. It’s profane. It’s reverent. It’s graphically violent and sexual. It’s peaceful and beautiful. And that’s just the first twenty minutes! Largely regarded as the first “midnight movie,” El Topo was lucky enough to be seen by John Lennon and Yoko Ono during a New York screening, who suggested to their then-manager, the notorious Allen Klein, that he distribute it through his newly-formed ABKCO Films, becoming an instant hit among the counterculture, yet never completely connecting with mainstream audiences, for obvious reasons.


8. Black Sunday (1977)

John Frankenheimer is the only director to rate one film on both lists. Based on Thomas (Silence of the Lambs) Harris’ first, and only, non-Hannibal Lecter novel. When a Black September terrorist camp is raided by a Mossad team, led by Commander Kabakov (Robert Shaw), all its denizens are wiped out, save the comely Dahlia Ilad (Marthe Keller) whom Shaw catches au naturele in the shower. The rest of the movie has Kabakov and his lieutenant (the late Steven Keats) trying to correct this mistake. Not only was Dahlia the most dangerous terrorist there, she is planning on hijacking the Goodyear Blimp with an unhinged Vietnam vet (Bruce Dern, at his best) and blowing up the Super Bowl! Prescient, to say the least, and almost unrelenting in its level of tension and suspense, Black Sunday also gains its brilliance from an utterly objective screenplay by Ivan Moffat, Ernest Lehman and Kenneth Ross, showing the clear POV of the Israeli, Palestinian and Americans involved. Released to be Paramount’s first blockbuster of 1977, the film got critical raves across the board, but tanked at the box office. Paramount released a terrific DVD about a decade ago, and now we wait anxiously for the Blu-ray this film, the best thriller of the ’70s, richly deserves.


9. Targets (1968)

After paying his dues working with “King of the Bs” Roger Corman for several years, Peter Bogdanovich was given the opportunity to write and direct his first film, a low budget affair that would have to be shot quickly. Bogdanovich and his then-wife/collaborator Polly Platt (along with uncredited work from the great Sam Fuller) came up with this ingenious little thriller, loosely based on University of Texas sniper Charles Whitman, about a deranged Vietnam vet sniper (Tim O’Kelly) and a veteran horror film star (Boris Karloff, in one of his final films) whose lives intersect at a drive-in theater in the film’s climax. Bogdanovich himself co-stars. The film was released only a month after the assassination of Bobby Kennedy, causing many theaters to refuse bookings and patrons to stay away. It’s now regarded as an overlooked masterpiece, rightfully.


10. Kiss Me Deadly (1955)

Director Robert Aldrich, best known for The Dirty Dozen and The Longest Yard, had his finest hour with this brilliant, bizarre reinvention of Mickey Spillane’s Fascist detective Mike Hammer. After reluctantly rescuing a damsel in distress (Cloris Leachman, her film debut) on a deserted highway, private eye Mike Hammer (the great Ralph Meeker) finds himself embroiled in a Byzantine plot of murder, graft, vice and an A-bomb! Arguably the single greatest influence on the filmmakers of the French New Wave, Aldrich broke new ground with his use of music, dialogue, sex and violence in a brutal noir that remains potent at age sixty. In 1955, however, it was too far out to connect with audiences, and was viewed as a box office failure. You’ll never forget the final scene on the beach.

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Cinema’s Hidden Pearls – Part I

One of nature’s rarest items, a pearl is produced within the soft tissue (specifically the mantle) of a living shelled mollusk. Just like the shell of a clam, a pearl is composed of calcium carbonate in minute crystalline form, which has been deposited in concentric layers. Truly flawless pearls are infrequently produced in nature, and as a result, the pearl has become a metaphor for something rare, fine, admirable and valuable. Hidden pearls exist in the world of movies, as well: films that, in spite of being brilliantly crafted and executed, never got the audience they deserved beyond a cult following.

Here are a few of our favorite hidden pearls in the world of film:


1. Night Moves (1975)
Director Arthur Penn hit three home runs in a row with the trifecta of Bonnie & Clyde, Alice’s Restaurant and Little Big Man, all critical and box offices smashes. Filmed in 1973 from Scottish writer Alan Sharp’s script, Night Moves offered a modern film noir starring Gene Hackman as a former pro football star turned private eye who undergoes a journey of self-discovery after taking on what appears to be a routine missing person’s case. Warner Bros. didn’t know what to do with the film’s unique blend of old-school private eye and post-modern existentialism, delaying the film’s release until 1975, where it still failed to find an audience. In retrospect, no other film captures the post-Vietnam/Watergate ennui that swept the U.S. in the mid-70s better than Night Moves. It’s one of Hackman’s best performances and Sharp’s script contains more quotable dialogue than any ten modern movies put together. Look for young Melanie Griffith and James Woods in early roles, and Jennifer Warren (whom stardom oddly eluded) as one of the saddest, sexiest and most tragic femme fatales in film history.


2. The Killer Inside Me (2010)
Author Jim Thompson is acknowledged as a master of the hard-boiled crime novel and The Killer Inside Me as his undisputed masterpiece. Told from the POV of a small town sheriff who is slowly succumbing to mental illness and an unquenchable thirst to kill, it’s one of the most unsettling books ever written. English director Michael Winterbottom, working from John Curran’s screenplay adaptation, sets the story in post-WWII West Texas, where Sheriff Lou Ford (Casey Affleck) finds his demons overtaking him with startling speed and efficiency. Shot and designed in a way that’s reminiscent of the painter Edward Hopper, with washed out colors and characters who seem to drift past one another, The Killer Inside Me is a stunning piece of cinema, far superior to the 1975 version, starring the excellent Stacy Keach, but which was shot like an exploitation film. Winterbottom also wisely doesn’t tone down the book’s brutality, and its hyper-realistic depiction of violence earned the film an NC-17 rating.


3. Martin (1977)
Pittsburgh-based indie filmmaker George A. Romero is renowned as the father of the zombie picture, with his legendary Dead Films (Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, et al), but his finest, most disturbing film is the little-seen Martin. Shot on location in and around Pittsburgh in 1976, Martin follows the life of an alienated teen (John Amplas) who believes (correctly or incorrectly) that he’s a vampire. Like its predecessors, Romero’s low-fi brand of filmmaking gives the proceedings an unsettling documentary realism and the viewer is immediately drawn into Martin’s desperate existence. His affair with a lonely housewife (the lovely Elyane Nadeau) is one of the most heartbreaking human interactions you’ll see in any movie. By the end of Martin, you’re not quite sure whether he’s really undead or just psychotic, and it ultimately doesn’t matter. Like all great films, Martin is about one thing on its surface, but something else completely underneath.


4. Los Olvidados (aka The Young and the Damned, 1950)
Luis Bunuel was primarily known as a satirist and surrealist who ran with figures like Salvador Dali and Man Ray during the 1920s and ’30s. However, his single excursion into neo-realism resulted in one of the most powerful films ever made. Shot primarily with non-professional actors he found on the streets of Mexico City, where the film was shot, Los Olvidados follows a gang of slum kids and their primal, hopeless existence, one where your first meal in days or a violent death might waiting around any corner. A subject of heated controversy upon its release in Mexico in 1950, its theatrical commercial run only lasted three days due to the enraged reactions from the press, government, and upper and middle class audiences who found its barbed critique of Mexico’s indifference to its underclass tough to stomach.


5. Over the Edge (1979)
Over the Edge could be called “Son of Los Olvidados,” as director Jonathan Kaplan and writers Tim Hunter and Charlie Haas surely were influenced by the aforementioned, in this fact-based story of suburban teens running amuck in a planned community. Matt Dillon makes his film debut as the “bad kid” who influences the more sensible Michael Kramer, who tries to navigate the minefield of adolescence in an increasingly brutal landscape, populated by unsupervised, privileged kids whose level of boredom and ennui boils over into one of the most stunning climaxes of teen anarchy ever photographed. The film was pulled from its original theatrical release by Orion Pictures after Paramount’s The Warriors (another cult favorite) was blamed for gang-related violence in some theaters. After finding a second life on HBO in the ’80s, the film has gained a fervent following and remains a potent and powerful time capsule, a Lord of the Flies for the pre-MTV generation. Great period rock soundtrack just adds to the film’s authenticity.


6. Seconds (1966)
Director John Frankenheimer stepped away from his usual subject matter of political intrigue to helm this brilliant, terrifying and utterly bizarre tale that can only be described as “a Faustian Twilight Zone.” John Randolph stars in the first act of the film as a middle-aged bank executive who has all the trappings of success, but feels unfulfilled. After receiving a mysterious phone call from an old friend he thought long dead, Randolph is “offered” the chance to be re-born as an entirely new man, who turns out to be Rock Hudson. Hudson gives a layered, agonized performance, the best of his career, as a man who realizes all too late the old saying “no matter where you go, there you are.” Stunning black & white cinematography by James Wong Howe.


7. The Stunt Man (1980)
Richard Rush’s story of an escaped convict (Steve Railsback) who hides out with a film company shooting a war epic helmed by a tyrannical director (the great Peter O’Toole), is part comedy, part thriller, part satire, part love story and wholly, utterly unique. Filmed in 1978, but not released until 1980, The Stunt Man didn’t set the box office on fire, in spite of receiving three Academy Award nominations, but remains a cult favorite that continues to be discussed by critics, scholars and cinefiles. Not to be missed.


8. The Wanderers (1979)
Philip Kaufman, the greatest American director you’ve never heard of, directed his own adaptation (along with wife Rose Kaufman) of Richard Price’s novel detailing Bronx gang life in the rapidly changing landscape that was 1963. Led by an amazing group of young actors (Ken Wahl, John Friedrich, Tony Ganios and Linda Manz), most of whom strangely didn’t go on to stardom, The Wanderers blends nostalgia, pathos, surrealism and drama seamlessly to create an utterly unique experience. Again, an amazing period soundtrack boosts the proceedings more.


9. A Boy and His Dog (1975)
Actor L.Q. Jones, a veteran actor who appeared in most of Sam Peckinpah’s films, got behind the camera for this brutal story of post-apocalyptic survival, adapted from Harlan Ellison’s novel. Don Johnson, pre-Miami Vice, stars as Vic, a young punk who roams the wasteland with his talking dog, Blood (voiced by Tim McIntire), looking for food to eat, women to have sex with (willingly or not) and any kind of shelter they can find. After stumbling upon an underground society that tries to mimic what life was like before the bombs fell, Vic and Blood discover sinister goings on under the surface of civility. Not for every taste, to be sure, and hampered occasionally by its low budget, but still a startling, uncompromising work.


10. Cutter’s Way (aka Cutter and Bone, 1981)
Jeff Bridges stars as Richard Bone, a burned-out former Ivy League tennis star who spends his days and nights in Santa Barbara doing odd jobs and pimping himself out to rich housewives and widows. After a late night tryst, Richard spots a figure dumping the body of a young girl in a dark alley. He tells his pal, disabled, embittered Vietnam vet Alex Cutter (John Heard) about it, and Cutter is convinced local fat cat J.J. Cord (Stephen Elliott) must be responsible, though they have no tangible proof. Lisa Eichorn, a stunning actress who never got her due, is sensational as Cutter’s alcoholic wife, Mo. Less a conventional mystery than a portrait of how the ’60s generation were chewed up and spit out, Cutter’s Way is a stunning social and political allegory, which builds to a shattering climax under director Ivan Passer’s sure hand.

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Publish Date: October 14, 2011

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When planning a wedding, it’s easy to think about your budget in terms of big ticket items: the dress, the venue, the flowers, the food and beverages. But it’s the little wedding-day extras that can really add up and put you over your intended budget. So before you come thousands of dollars short due to unexpected wedding costs, read on for the hidden fees you may have forgotten to add to your budget.

1. Postage. We’ve found that engaged couples make many trips to the post office! Wedding invitations often need extra postage due to their weight and shape. You also need to account for a stamp for each guest’s RSVP, thank you card, and save the date.

2. Service fees, tax, and gratuity. Read the fine print carefully on your catering contract; you’ll likely have to pay sales tax on your food and booze, and you may be on the hook for a 20 percent service fee and an 18 percent gratuity. That means if your venue has a $ 10,000 food and beverage minimum, an 8.25% sales tax plus service and gratuity could add another $ 4,635 to your final bill.

3. Tips. If gratuity isn’t included in a contract, etiquette still dictates that you give most vendors a tip of some sort. While the specifics will depend on how many vendors you use and whose contract includes gratuity, most couples should plan to tip the photographer, videographer, florist, musicians/DJ, driver, officiant and hair and makeup stylists.

4. Cake cutting fees. Many venues now either provide a wedding cake as part of their package or require that you work with a specific bakery. If your venue does allow you to bring your own cake, they may charge a cake cutting fee. So you can bring in a cake from your favorite baker or something your Aunt Betty whips up, but be prepared to spend $ 1-$ 3 per slice to have your venue’s staff cut the cake.

5. Table, chairs, and place settings rentals. Before you book your venue, find out what they provide in terms of furniture and serving ware. If they offer functional brown folding chairs and long, no-frills, brown banquet tables, you may find yourself wanting to upgrade. The same goes for linens, place settings, and glasses. It could cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars to turn your budget venue’s offering into your dream wedding space.

6. Wedding gown alterations. Most brides who buy a dress in bridal salons have their dress altered to fit them perfectly…a cost that’s not included in the price of the gown. Expect to pay $ 200-$ 400, and ask your bridal salon about the cost of alterations before you hand over your credit card for the gown.

7. Hair and makeup trial runs. If you’re budgeting for professional hair and makeup services, be sure to account for the cost of any trial runs too. Doing a trial run makes a lot of sense — it’s a great way to make sure you and your stylist are on the same page regarding your look — but it can cost around $ 100 for each trial session. We suggest having your trials on the day of your bridal shower or engagement photo session; if you’re paying the fee, you might as well put that full face of makeup or gorgeous blowout to good use!

8. Travel and accommodations. It’s not uncommon for the engaged couple to stay at a hotel the night before their wedding, and often the bride will pay for her bridesmaids to stay with her. And if you’re not getting married in your city or town, you may have to make multiple trips the city where your wedding will be held to look at venues or meet with vendors. Be sure to consider these costs when deciding where you’ll be married.

9. Packaging and labels. As you envision your wedding favors, be sure to account for the cost of all the elements of the mini gift. A huge bottle of local honey might cost $ 50 at the farmers market…but the mini jars, kraft paper labels, and calligraphy pen you’ll need to make it look fancy could add another $ 50 to the project. So price out all the favor packaging before you commit to anything.

10. Shipping. One of the best things about being a modern bride is shopping for your wedding online. While bigger retailers typically offer deals on shipping, smaller retailers (like those selling packaging, paper products, decor, and other party supplies) often have surprisingly pricey shipping. For example, the website that gives you the best deal on bulk jars for your honey favors might also charge $ 15 to ship them. As you research these online, be sure to keep track of what they charge for shipping.

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“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” This well-worn phrase implies subjectivity in the assessment of facial features deemed aesthetically appealing. At the same time, we know that there are some specific attributes that most objectively “attractive” faces have in common.

These attributes are most recently described in In Your Face, a new book by Australian plastic surgeon Dr. Bryan Mendelson. He lists averageness, symmetry and sexual dimorphism as attributes common to the attractive face. Recognizing these elements give us an objective way to analyze attractiveness.

Averageness
Craniofacial surgeons have long used averaged measurements drawn from large databases of facial dimensions for various population groups. These measurements guide their reconstructive procedures to normalize their patients’ features and to look more attractive.

Many studies, more recently using computer imaging techniques, have averaged the faces of various population groups. When responding to these “averaged” images, most observers deem these more attractive than the separate individuals within the pool that created the composite.

Symmetry
No face is perfectly symmetric. Most often, minor differences remain unnoticed both by the patient and the casual observer. More significant differences in the two sides of the face are, at the very least, distracting, and can be detracting.

Make-up artists and plastic surgeons have long recognized the importance of camouflaging or correcting facial asymmetries in their attempts to improve facial appearance.

Sexual dimorphism
Sexual dimorphism relates to the differences in facial features between men and women. On average, all facial measurements are greater in men than in women. In addition, the relations between those measurements differ in men and women–the ratios of how certain facial features relate to each other are a key difference between the sexes.

For example, women’s faces tend to be narrower than men’s. As a result, a strong wide chin and jaw in a man is considered masculine and attractive. A small lower jaw for a man may therefore less desirable, and may be an appropriate target for surgical enhancement.

Since the underlying facial skeleton is the fundamental determinant of facial appearance, the differences between men’s and women’s faces are obvious when male and female skulls are compared.

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Balance
Balance refers to the pleasing relation of parts. It includes averageness, symmetry and sexual dimorphism. It also recognizes that one feature may fall out of the bell shaped curve of what is average, or what might be thought most typical of one’s sex and still be attractive – if it is balanced by other facial features. Think of the prominent, almost masculine, lower jaws of many fashion models that are deemed attractive and desirable because they are balanced by prominent cheek bones.

In plastic surgery, a typical counterpoise for a prominent nose is to surgically enhance a weak chin, along with a less aggressive rhinoplasty or even skipping the nasal surgery altogether.

Of course, none of these objective attributes can serve as a substitute for feeling comfortable with your own appearance. But if you do want to make a change, understanding how all of these factors work together will help you achieve the best result–whether at the makeup counter or the plastic surgeon’s office.
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