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This is not the fluorescent green-apple martini you may have tried on your 21st birthday. This is your grandmother’s famous apple pie but in a martini glass—and with bourbon. (Grandma would surely approve.) Delicious served straight up, on the rocks, warmed in a mug for one, or made as a punch for all your fall gatherings, November Dream is the perfect dessert drink for the season.  Martini  2 oz. bourbon 1½ oz. organic apple cider ¾ oz. cinnamon clove brown sugar  simple syrup * 2 tsp. orange brandy liqueur 1 Tbsp. orange juice Brown...
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You’ll likely feel a sense of deja vu while watching Bare, the debut feature film from director Natalia Leite. There are shades of movies from What’s Eating Gilbert Grape to Blue Is The Warmest Color to Coyote Ugly, but Bare spans genres: it’s part coming-of-age story, part family drama, part LGBT romance. Though you’ll recognize familiar tropes, Leite’s direction and Dianna Agron’s performance mean that Bare is interesting in a way that feels new. Agron - best known for playing cheerleader Quinn Fabray on Glee -...
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  Another Halloween has come and gone, which means that now there is only one thing to do: Monday-morning celeb costume stalking. From Kim K. going as herself, to Viola Davis' daughter wearing the cutest costume in the world this year hit a new high of creative with a side dish of hilarious (here's looking at you, Katy Perry). Check out the celebs who did Halloween extra right:  1. Ellen DeGeneres as "Karla Kardashian," the long-lost member of the fam.  2. Josh Duhamel and Fergie as Karl Lagerfeld and...
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Kesha has been all but out of the spotlight since she filed a lawsuit against her former producer Dr. Luke last October accusing him of sexually abusing her. Now, unable to perform, the once-popular singer has fallen from the public eye. Hashtag campaigns like #freekesha are a testament to the loyalty of her fans, but are not enough in the face of the cold shoulder that the music industry has given her. No one will work with Kesha for fear of being sued by Sony music...
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Anula Maiberg is not your typical Pilates instructor: with her bleach blonde hair and shaved head, tattoos, and full figure, she provides a refreshing representation of what the “Pilates body” actually is.  Walking into a Pilates class can be incredibly intimidating. The majority of students – not to mention the instructor – are toned and taut, lithe and chiseled.  If your body isn’t already all of those things, a Pilates class can be a daunting experience. Maiberg’s presence, at her studio in New York City and...
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