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The heavens are shining down on us, y'all! Fabulous lady Diablo Cody (writer of Juno and Young Adult), and the world's fairy godmother, Oprah, are teaming up for a new HBO comedy based on Dr. Julie Holland’s upcoming book, Moody Bitches. EVERYBODY GETS A CAR THEIR DREAM REALIZED!! Moody Bitches, as The Hollywood Reporter explains, explores the “pros and cons of the drugs people are being offered as well as some surprising and highly effective natural therapies.” The forthcoming HBO series, taking inspiration from Holland’s material, will uncover “the...
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  On Wednesday evening, The New York Times’s Frank Bruni was enjoying a cab ride home from dinner at New York’s Barbuto when he saw an inconspicuous little iPhone sitting on the seat beside him. Without a case and yet perfectly intact, he took the lost phone home and waited for it to ring. To his dismay, the phone was impenetrable. But there was a stream of texts coming in from celebrity contacts like psychic Peri Lyons and stylist Lo’renzo Hill-White.      With the help of his assistant,...
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  While Dr. Phil’s show is best known for bringing paternity fights and relationship advice to America’s homes, his wife Robin McGraw clearly has more altruistic ambitions, as she proved with the debut of ASPIRE News, her new free iPhone and Android app for victims of domestic abuse. The app is disguised as a typical news outlet, with stories from the day powered by Yahoo! News, but the “Help” section is a hidden guide to resources for domestic violence. It also includes a “Go” feature, which,...
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  My grandmother was an artist, and throughout her career, she’d make abstract sculptures and embroidery that I’d stare at for hours as a child: “oh, that looks like a face, and that there? That’s an animal.” Our play was art-making, and I was always amazed at how different her aesthetic would become when she was with me. Her paper dolls weren’t abstract at all; I’d make an abstract shape, and she’d magically transform it into a dragon. Her work around my childhood self was whimsically...
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Lena Dunham recently posted a teaser for the official Girls teaser on her Instagram, and even though it’s, like, 20 seconds long, it is STILL AMAZING. From Adam’s shirtlessness to Hannah’s total togetherness (lol JK), the preview will get you excited for the real teaser, which drops this Sunday.  But this isn't the only fabulous news!! The Girls season three trailer was released today, and it looks prettttty marvelous. And by marvelous, I mean that everyone's life is still a total freakin' mess.  Watch the teaser here, check out the trailer...
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