Source: Gronk stays in NE, eyes Week 8 return

Rob Gronkowski, dealing with an ankle and back injury, is not expected to play Sunday against the Bears but will likely return next week at Buffalo, a source told ESPN.
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Rockets rolling as CP3 stays unbeaten this year

Chris Paul’s season-high 31 points helped lead the Rockets to their 11th straight win and kept the veteran guard undefeated in games he has played with Houston.
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Box Office: ‘Pan’ Bombs With $15.5M Debut; ‘Martian’ Stays No. 1 With Stellar $37M


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Box Office: Big-Budget ‘Pan’ Bombing Friday; ‘Martian’ Stays No. 1


Elsewhere, ‘The Walk’ has trouble finding its stride in nationwide expansion; ‘Jobs’ scoring the specialty box office.

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Jack Black Stays In R.L Stine Character To Describe Horror Comedy ‘Goosebumps’

At the LA premiere of ‘Goosebumps,’ Jack Black stays in his R.L. Stine character to describe the horror comedy film, ‘Goosebumps.’


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Jessica Alba Stays Cool on TV as The Honest Company Hit With Second Lawsuit

As any actor knows, the show must go on. Jessica Alba’s The Honest Company has been hit with a second class-action lawsuit filed by a consumer, but Alba managed to stay on message in two television appearances this week. The latest suit alleges (again) that Honest’s SPF 30 sunscreen was ineffective, and consumers are seeking an injunction and unspecified general and punitive damages.
Alba appeared twice on national television to promote the Sept. 9 launch of Honest Beauty, but also addressed the sunscreen situation.
Appearing Wednesday on “Extra,” she said, “It pains me that anyone doesn’t have an incredible experience with Honest Company….What we have learned is that we need to do a better job at educating, and so next year they are going to launch a safe sun education platform around sunscreen and the difference between chemical and mineral sunscreens, and the importance of reapplication and how to apply.”
Thursday on “Good Morning America,” host Amy Robach brought up the company’s recent woes, but gave Alba an out, saying “You’ve put out statements to those already,” before asking her what she wanted to say to fans.
Alba replied that she was “committed to continuing to educate our customers on how best to use

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The Family Who Poses Together, Stays Together: Lucky Blue’s Sisters Come into Their Own

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With his millions of die-hard online followers and impressive media reach, seventeen-year-old Lucky Blue Smith (yes, that’s his real name) is arguably the year’s biggest male model. Smith’s musical talents and platinum hair may have won him an adoring following, but he’s far from the only pretty face in his household. Sisters Pyper America, Starlie Cheyenne, and Daisy Clementine are not only Smith’s bandmates in the surf-rock quartet The Atomics, they’re also budding models actively building impressive careers of their own. Meet the Smith women and find out how fashion’s new take on the Partridge Family is adjusting to life in the spotlight.

 



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Pyper America

Though she’s been working for only a few months, several top-tier photographers (including Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott) have already shot Pyper America, whose white-blonde hair and lanky frame bear the strongest resemblance to her famous brother—a fact not unnoticed by the likes of Moncler, which recently tapped the pair to star in its dramatic Annie Leibovitz–lensed Fall campaign. Traveling to Iceland for the shoot provided a healthy dose of fun, one that Pyper describes as her favorite modeling experience thus far. Playing bass and singing backup in the family band provides an additional creative outlet.

 



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Starlie Cheyenne

As the eldest Smith sibling and lead singer of The Atomics, the raven-haired Starlie Cheyenne is a little different than her siblings—but that suits her just fine. Though comfortable in front of the camera, Starlie is driven by her lifelong passion for music, recalling the moment the band’s first single dropped as the high point of her whirlwind year. “I cried when we finally saw it on iTunes—so exciting,” Starlie shares. A fan of red lips and a well-done cat eye, Starlie’s retro allure seems destined to attract the attention of photographers just as interested in her looks as her music.

 



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Daisy Clementine

It all comes back to Daisy Clementine: The first Smith sibling to be signed to an agency, at only 14. Two years later, she brought her family along to visit her Los Angeles agency, where the entire clan was subsequently signed. Daisy’s girl-next-door beauty has already garnered her attention from West Coast clients, but her family’s newfound success has given her a chance to see the whole world. “Being able to see places I have read and dreamed about in real life is pretty surreal,” says Daisy. So is a family this comely.

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Matt Damon tells Access’ Scott ‘Movie’ Mantz how ‘The Martian’ stays true to the book and remains grounded in science.


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Japan Box Office: ‘Mad Max’ Stays in Second Spot


The was no change in the top 5 as ‘Tomorrowland’ continued to outperform in the country.

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Muse top UK album chart, Jason Derulo stays top single

British rock band Muse scored their fifth British number one album on Sunday when “Drones” went straight into the chart in the top spot. Edward Baran reports.


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Muse top UK album chart, Jason Derulo stays top single

British rock band Muse scored their fifth British number one album on Sunday when “Drones” went straight into the chart in the top spot. Edward Baran reports.


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The King Stays King: Sold Out At Madison Square Garden – Romeo Santos

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The King Stays King: Sold Out At Madison Square Garden

Romeo Santos

Genre: Concert Films

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Release Date: November 6, 2012


The mystique of Romeo Santos continues to grow. The second of his two sold-out performances at the legendary Madison Square Garden, from February 24, 2012, has been lovingly documented and is now packaged on the keepsake production The King Stays King – Sold Out at Madison Square Garden. This 18-song, live, super production features spellbinding performances of his recent No. 1’s “La Diabla” and “Mi Santa” from his triple-Platinum album Fórmula Vol. 1, along with timeless hits with his former band Aventura, such as “Por Un Segundo” and “Mi Corazoncito.” Produced in 6 acts with plenty of interesting thematic elements and surprises to go along with the music, The King Stays King – Sold Out at Madison Square Garden shows Romeo Santos at the peak of his creative and seductive powers. None other than Usher joins him on stage for the hit single “Promise.” Bonus features include backstage footage of the two rehearsing together. Romeo Santos is rightfully credited with making the bachata a true phenomenon among young Latinos in the U.S. and elsewhere.

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What Happens in Marfa Stays in Marfa: D.S. & Durga’s Sonic Perfume Performance

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Before David Moltz made it big in the business of base notes with D.S. & Durga, the Brooklyn-based perfume house that he runs with his wife and design-partner, the self-taught nose was something of a serial band-organizer. His first fledgling musical act was formed in the fourth grade. “That one was a two-piece called Satan’s Little Helpers. I banged on a plastic yellow box and sang and my friend played the guitar. Our first album was going to be called, The Rings of Saturn are Plaid!

Following an early-aughts run in Boston with his college band, Moonraker, and another round of touring eight years ago with Brooklyn’s pastoral, heavy-on-the-Americana outfit Salt & Samovar, Moltz traded in his electric guitars for small batches of essential oils and essences. But transitioning from one pursuit to the other came with its advantages. “I was able to start taking my creative ideas and have them come out through perfume.”



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That progression was on full display last night at Liz Lambert’s buzz-y El Cosmico hotel in Marfa, Texas, where Moltz and his new band, Copal Opal, were busy setting up his ambitious new scent machine in the middle of the property’s tee-pee. “It’s a centrifugal fan that people sit around,” Moltz explained of the circular apparatus designed by the artist Bruce Johanns. “I have sixteen foot pedals that spray an accord into the fan as I play, and it blows back out to the people.” As intimate groups of 25 filled the canvas structure to take in two different sets of the foursome’s “West African, pseudo-Celtic-Viking, American Delta” stylings, they found themselves at the center of a live music and perfume performance via pulses of notes like radiant ylang ylang, dark amber, and smoke, which permeated the desert air and intermingled with the sonic tones.

The scent installation was organized to celebrate the launch of a new D.S. & Durga fragrance, created for the boutique desert property (and now available for pre-order), that boasts hints of sumac, creosote, pinyon pine, oak, mesquite, sand, and woods. “I’m parlaying the success of the perfume into the music,” explains Moltz, who adds that this is the first show for his imaginative scent system—but definitely not the last. “The band will play without it,” he insists, but should a contained, downtown gallery space materialize, he certainly wouldn’t turn it down.

El Cosmico X D.S. & Durga Eau de Parfum, $ 150; available for pre-order at ecprovisionco.com

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Coachella: This Is How Patricia Field Stays Young

The iconic costume designer who gave Carrie Bradshaw her sartorial soul is working magic again on TV Land’s ‘Younger.’ And we just happened to run into her at a Coachella party. Cue geek out.
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How Debi Mazar Stays ‘Very Close’ With Madonna After Years Of Fame And Friendship

The world has known Madonna as the Queen of Pop for decades, but few have the intimate understanding of the music icon that Debi Mazar does. The actress gave us a taste of what it’s like to be best friends with one of the most famous people on the planet during a Wednesday interview with HuffPost Live.

“We are old best friends in the sense that we’ve been very close for a very, very long time — like 30 years, before she even cut a record,” Mazar said. “I met her when she came to New York and we became dear friends, and then she was like, ‘I’m gonna do a video,’ and I was like, ‘I do makeup. I’ll do your makeup. Cool!’ And it was very much like that, and then she became a huge star.”

Mazar went on to appear in several of Madonna’s iconic music videos, including “Papa Don’t Preach,” “True Blue,” “Deeper and Deeper” and “Music.”

Dating back to their days on New York’s Lower East Side, Mazar has always known Madonna to be committed to health and personal fitness, she said.

“She’s a professional dancer, you have to remember. So she’s always danced. As long as I’ve known her, she’s always had the bar and the mirror, stretching, doing her thing,” Mazar said. “[She] always led a very clean life. Never smoked. You see these pictures of her posing [with cigarettes] — that’s just, you know, she likes to take a picture. But she’s very [into] clean living.”

Since Madonna’s meteoric rise to fame, it’s gotten harder and harder to find time for moments like the one in this photo Mazar recently posted on Instagram, from a birthday party that she and Madonna attended along with Sandra Bernhard and model Tony Ward:

“What’s unfortunate is that she’s so, so busy,” Mazar told host Marc Lamont Hill. “Even though she’s got the whole setup with the nannies and the driver and the cook, she has very little time to have a social life because she’s a workaholic. So we email. We email, and we manage to get our children together, but we often don’t have a chance to get together.”

Mazar was happy to report that she and Madonna have set a date to squeeze in some time together in April, in between promotion for Madonna’s new album “Rebel Heart” and the start of her world tour later this year.

The singer’s press for “Rebel Heart” hasn’t been without adversity. Mazar cited the reaction to Madonna’s nasty fall at the Brit Awards and the BBC’s decision to ban her single “Living for Love” as examples of an ageist society. That’s something Mazar knows a little bit about, as her new TV Land comedy “Younger” explores the issue of aging.

“It is ageism, and that’s what my TV show is about, really, and I just think this is a conversation [we need to have]. It’s a big discussion,” Mazar said.

Watch Mazar discuss Madonna in the video above, and click here for her full HuffPost Live conversation.

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The Kid Stays in the Picture (Unabridged) – Robert Evans

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The Kid Stays in the Picture (Unabridged)

Robert Evans

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 16.95

Publish Date: June 4, 2013

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