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    The box score proclaims that Karl-Anthony Towns had a fabulous game Monday night against the New Orleans Pelicans. The numbers were shiny and gritty in all the right places: 32 points, 14 rebounds — 6 on the offensive glass — and 7 assists. In the 39:36 KAT was on the court, his Minnesota Timberwolves outscored the Pels by 8 points. In the 8:24 that he sat, New Orleans had an overwhelming 17-point advantage, posting their first win of the 2021-22 season while delivering the Wolves their first loss, 107-98.  But this is Karl-Anthony Towns, so it was not that simple. Yes, KAT’s performance against the Pelicans galvanized finesse and sinew in a package that showcased his overall value to the team. But KAT’s performance for the three refs Monday night goaded petulantly for entitlement, enacting an operatic recital that showcased his ongoing immaturity in year seven of his NBA career.  The longstanding wish here is to dwell upon the versatile majesty of KAT’s shot-making, nod approvingly at his diligent effort to fulfill a defensive role for which he is not...
    A city in Maine is trying to solve a huge mystery after a giant rubber duck appeared in its busy harbor.  The 25-foot-tall duck -- which is emblazoned with the word "joy" -- appeared in the harbor in Belfast, Maine, on Saturday, according to the New England Cable News. No one knows who put it there.  The station reported that the duck is anchored in shallow water between a pedestrian bridge and the town landing.  BRIDE HITCHHIKES TO HER OWN WEDDING AFTER CAR BREAKS DOWN Harbor Master Katherine Given told the Bangor Daily News that the duck doesn’t pose a navigational hazard, so there's no rush to shoo it away. A giant rubber duck appeared in the harbor in Belfast, Maine, on Saturday but residents still don’t know how it got there. (New England Cable News/Kenn Tompkins via AP) "Everybody loves it," Given said. "I have no idea who owns it, but it kind of fits Belfast. A lot of people want to keep it here." CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP  Judy Herman, of...
    Canadian investor Kevin O’Leary expressed his admiration for the recent EIP-1559 update which he regards as the best of Ethereum so far. Last week, the Blockchain of that project applied a hard fork that can be considered historical for the entire cryptocurrency ecosystem. Within all the remodeling that is being done in the Ethereum Blockchain network, the EIP-1559 update stands out. It was precisely to this that O’Leary, also known as «Mr. Wonderful “for his role on the reality competition show” Shark Tank. “ For the investor, the burning of Ether becomes a very important step that adds great value to the current second most popular cryptocurrency. He considers that taking important amounts of value out of circulation makes the digital currency a strong competitor to Bitcoin. In O’Leary’s view, Ether becomes a store of value in every sense of the word. What is the best aspect that EIP-1559 brings to Ethereum? For the aforementioned investor, the best thing about EIP-1559 is that it eliminates liquidity, creating a kind of shortage for the native Ethereum currency. This, in his opinion,...
    BENSALEM, Pa. -- A Pennsylvania family opened their home and shared their love with a boy who needed a sense of stability.After years of being foster parents, June 13 marked a major turning point: adoption day.Nate Rosas met Rita Marlow and Seth Lentchner, of Bensalem, a decade ago when he played soccer with their son, Zach. A few years later, the family took him in -- first as their foster child."After the first year and a half, Nate had decided that this is where he wanted to stay," Marlow said.After years of paperwork and hearings, Nate's adoption finally became official on Tuesday. If their yard -- plastered in signs that say "Gotcha Day" and "Nate the Great" -- is any indication, it was a celebration years in the making.Like any good big brother, Nate Rosas makes the little guys work hard to beat him.Like any 16-year-old boy, he gets embarrassed when his mom, Rita, tries to hug him."I don't know, I can't put it into words," he said.But he secretly loves it. He's been waiting for a day like this...
    (CBS Local)– Need a new show to binge? Season two of “Why Women Kill” is now streaming on ViacomCBS’ Paramount+. The series starring Ginnifer Goodwin, Lucy Liu and Kirby Howell-Baptiste is a dark comedic drama that follows three women living in three different decades and how each woman deals with infidelity in her marriage. CBS Local’s DJ Sixsmith caught up with actor Jordane Christie to discuss his experience on the show, what it was like to play the character Vern and what he learned about 1949. READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Flash Flood Watch Issued For Baltimore Area As Storms Roll In Thursday “You guys are in for a treat for sure,” said Christie. “It was wonderful jumping into 1949 and it was a completely different vibe from top to bottom really from the sets to the cars. I had a lot of fun with the cars and I got to learn how to drive stick and manual. I never knew how to drive manual before. I spent a lot of this season cruising. It was a great and very immersive experience.”...
    EXCLUSIVE: Loni Anderson is enjoying a blast from the past.The actress is teaming up with several stars for "The Hollywood Museum Squares," where fans of the beloved game show can watch new videos on demand. Each show features a special greeting from legendary "Hollywood Squares" host Peter Marshall and is hosted by Tom Bergeron, John Davidson, Marc Summers, Patt Finn and Bruce Vilanch.   Some of the many celebrities participating in this special include Anderson, as well as Gilbert Gottfried, Donna Mills, Jerry Mathers, Alison Arngrim and Rich Little – just to name a few. Proceeds will benefit The Hollywood Museum, which has kept workers employed during the coronavirus pandemic. TOM BERGERON TALKS ‘DANCING WITH THE STARS' EXIT, HOSTING ‘HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM SQUARES’: 'NEVER SAY NEVER' The actress previously made her mark in "Hollywood Squares" before her rise to stardom with "WKRP in Cincinnati." She’s now hoping the special event will encourage the possibility of a reboot for the beloved game show. Anderson spoke to Fox News about reuniting with some of her pals virtually, her favorite participants from over the years...
    COPS began digging for a body yesterday at a cafe where serial killer Fred West was a regular and did building work. His suspected victim Mary Bastholm, 15, who vanished in 1968, is feared buried in its basement in Gloucester. ???? Read our Fred West dig live blog for up the minute updates... 16Mary Bastholm vanished in 1968 aged just 15Credit: Brad Wakefield - The Sun 16Cops began digging for a body at a cafe where serial killer Fred West was a regularCredit: The Sun Police are digging just half a mile from Fred West’s notorious Cromwell Street home. They are excavating the basement of a cafe where she worked as a waitress and the serial killer was a regular customer. It is now suspected that Mary, who was 15, was buried there after being murdered by builder West. His Gloucester home at 25 Cromwell Street, known as the House of Horrors, was where nine skeletons were found ­buried in the cellar and garden in 1994. The dramatic cafe development came after a TV production team led by Sir Trevor...
    PRINCE Philip’s funeral was a great send-off for a wonderful character I was very lucky to have met several times. He was an unrivalled servant to the crown and the military. It was befitting him. It was grand yet understated, had the military at its heart and was laced with cheekiness with the converted green Land Rover he requested to carry his coffin. ???? Read our Prince Philip funeral live blog for the latest updates 4'I am proud to have known Prince Philip - he had the military at his heart,' writes Johnson Beharry VC. It was very much like the man that I am proud to say I’ve met on a number of occasions since winning the VC. I was just sad that I could not be there in person to say farewell. I watched every second of the funeral, build-up and reaction on TV. In my 20 years in the military, I had never seen anything quite like this.  With 700 military...
    Issued by Colin Borhel | On 04/01/2021 at 6:27 pm | Updated on 04/01/2021 at 6:33 pm Offering its traditional Easter chocolates, the brand Sweet and salty This year the people of London are served a French delicacy of Berry’s regular. Taste in a hurry! “Every year at Easter, after the egg hunt in my grandparents’ garden, we share a special feature of the berry, the” Easter Beta. ” I introduced this specialty to the chef company a few months ago and it didn’t have much success. But this year, he decided to completely revisit the recipe by adding his personal contact. ” The result seems to live up to expectations, as fresh as a dish tastes. More than a simple beta, the wedding of English and French cuisine For his recipe, Jordan traditionally replaces a mixture of pork belly and veal stuffing with sausage meat, beef and lamb. Then he adds a whole egg, an onion compote, lots of fresh herbs and some spices. A French crepe covers all products, allowing the ingredients...
    The Danish Prime Minister unwittingly posted a picture from an official school visit praising pupils who had returned to the classroom before eagle-eyed followers spotted a teenager flipping her off in the background.  Mette Frederiksen had been visiting the Bavneskolen School in Dalby, Zealand, on Thursday before posing against a backdrop of schoolchildren. She later uploaded the snapshot alongside a caption that read: 'Thank you for an incredibly lovely visit this morning. It's splendid to experience both children and teachers who are just happy to be back at school.'  But it seemed Frederiksen's media team had failed to spot that one of the students, later identified as 15-year-old Nick Larsen, was raising his middle finger in apparent disapproval. The Danish Prime Minister unwittingly posted a picture from an official school visit praising pupils who had returned to the classroom before eagle-eyed followers spotted a teenager flipping her off in the background (pictured) She uploaded the snapshot alongside a caption that began: 'Thank you for an incredibly lovely visit this morning' (translation above) Larsen, who is in the ninth-grade, could...
    ANTHONY JOSHUA is mixing up his training for 'versatile' Tyson Fury and will have to be forced to rest, his coach has revealed. Joshua and Fury are expected to finally meet this summer in a historic undisputed title decider. 4Anthony Joshua is mixing up his training for 'versatile' Tyson Fury 4Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua are expected to finally meet this summerCredit: Getty It was yesterday announced the pair had signed a two-fight deal and preparations are already underway for the unification. Fury, 32, last fought in February last year as he switched up his usually cautious style to become the aggressor and walk down Deontay Wilder, winning in round seven. It has kept AJ, 31, preparing for all versions of his rival, so much so his coaches are pleading with him to take a breather. Coach Joby Clayton, who works alongside head coach Rob McCracken, told Sky Sports: "It's never too early to talk about basic game plans.  "We are laying the foundations in preparation for camp. My job is to prepare AJ to...
    Madison Summers March 9, 2021 0 Comments President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief plan is making its way through Congress, and businessman Kevin O’Leary is asking, “Who pays for it?” O’Leary, who was nicknamed “Mr. Wonderful” on “Shark Tank,” appeared on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” Tuesday where he spoke about the stimulus bill. “Where this bill fails is it does not recognize that a new economy is emerging,” he said. “It’s trying to build back what we had in 2019 and early 2020.” He added that “so much has changed” since. After giving credit to Biden on COVID-19 vaccinations, O’Leary later said that the COVID relief plan “misses the mark in so many ways.” He added, “So much waste,” noting elements of the bill include $300 million to COVID animal surveillance and $128 billion to the teachers union. “There’s waste, waste, waste. And who pays for it?” O’Leary said. “The future. It’s just terrible to waste this money.” Watch the video below: "It does not recognize that a new economy is emerging. Its trying to build...
    A persistently great actor, there is no role, no genre that feels like an impossibility for the legendary Gene Hackman. He has been wonderful as a conflicted protagonist, he has been chilling as an antagonist, he is scene-stealing in a supporting capacity and he can do both serious and comedy with great dexterity. Hackman is so wonderful that he can elevate a perfectly average fare like Heartbreakers to immensely watchable. Clint Eastwood Birthday Special: 5 Awesome Movies Directed by the Hollywood Legend That You Should Not Miss! Some of his best performances come in films like Bonnie & Clyde, The French Connection (for which he won an Oscar for Best Actor), I Never Sang for My Father, The Conversation, Mississippi Burning, The Poseidon Adventure, Superman quadrilogy, Hoosiers, Unforgiven (for which he won his second Oscar), The Royal Tenenbaums among others. After the 2004 film Welcome to Mooseport, Hackman took retirement from acting, robbing us of an opportunity to see this wonderful performer in a movie after that. On the occasion of his birthday, we look at 11 popular movie quotes of his that are sharp,...
    Hollywood actor Tim Matheson apologized on Friday for posting a tweet mocking former First Lady Melania Trump's English-speaking abilities. The 73-year-old Matheson, who is best known for playing the prankster Otter in the 1978 cult hit film Animal House, was reacting to a news story on Twitter about Jill Biden, President Joe Biden's wife. 'So wonderful to have a First Lady with class and heart. And, can speak English!' Matheson wrote. The swipe at the Slovenian-born ex-first lady's English was met with harsh blowback on Twitter as angry responders accused the actor of xenophobia. Actor Tim Matheson (seen left in June 2018) was accused of racism and xenophobia on Friday after he posted a tweet mocking former First Lady Melania Trump's (seen right on Wednesday) accent 'So wonderful to have a First Lady with class and heart. And, can speak English!' Matheson wrote Matheson was responding to a news story about First Lady Jill Biden (seen above visiting the Whitman  Walker Clinic in Washington, DC, on Friday to highlight support services for cancer patients and caregivers)...
    The actress who played Zuzu in the iconic Christmas movie 'It's a Wonderful Life' has spoken out about its importance this holiday season amid the coronavirus pandemic. Karolyn Grimes, 80, was a six-year-old child star when she uttered her famous line 'Every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings' while staring opposite Jimmy Stewart's character George Bailey. Having lost both her parents by the time she was fifteen years old; her first husband in a hunting accident; her second husband to cancer; and a child to suicide, Grimes said that rediscovering the movie she starred in later in life was 'a gift'. Grimes called herself the 'most fortunate women in the world' as she could 'share the messages of this film', describing her meetings with people who were touched by its story, some of whom had themselves contemplated suicide. She told the Beaver County Times that she hopes Americans watching the story of Bailey's struggle this year will remember how to 'give and help our fellow man' despite 2020 being 'challenging at best.'  Karolyn Grimes played Zuzu,...
    Shortly before he died from complications of COVID-19, a Texas lawyer man wrote a heartbreaking love letter to his wife of 21 years, telling her how much he loved her.  Billy Loredo, 45, was admitted to McAllen Medical Center in McAllen, Texas with coronavirus on Thanksgiving, and two and a half weeks later her passed away from the virus. But just before Billy was intubated, he took a moment to write a heartfelt email to his wife, Sonya Kypuros, letting her know that he lived a 'happy, wonderful life' with her that she wouldn't have traded for 'all the riches in the world.' Tragic: Billy Loredo died at age 45 on December 13 at McAllen Medical Center in McAllen, Texas — leaving behind his wife of 21 years, Sonya Kypuros) Love note: Before he was intubated, he wrote one last love letter to his wife Billy's family told WFAA that he became infected with COVID-19 on November 16, likely at his job.  'He started to have mild symptoms. Like he would have a fever at night, but not all day long....
    17 watches celebrities are obsessed with Opinion: With Dwayne Haskins and JuJu Smith-Schuster, tis the season immaturity meets damage control in NFL These $19k SUVs Will Make You Trade in Your Car Ad Microsoft This is a slam dunk if you want a one-card wallet in 2021 Ad Microsoft New Policy For Cars Used Less Than 49 Miles/Day Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/17 SLIDES © TheWrap TheWrap takes a look at some fun trivia about "It's a Wonderful Life," courtesy of its lead reviewer Alonso Duralde, as well as IMDb and Old Hollywood biographer Robert Matzen's book, "Mission: Jimmy Stewart and the Fight for Europe."   You can also go to IMDb for more trivia, goofs and quotes from "It's a Wonderful Life."
    (CNN)It's George Bailey's crucial moment. Disheveled and desperate, he offers up a Hail-Mary prayer to a God he's not sure is listening: "I'm not a praying man, but if you're up there and you can hear me, show me the way. I'm at the end of my rope."Actor Jimmy Stewarts' emotion is palpable in this scene, one that acclaimed actress Carol Burnett called one of the finest pieces of acting ever on the screen. What may have escaped audiences watching "It's a Wonderful Life" over 70 years after its making, is that the tears running down Stewart's face are real, the actor later shared.Stewart had just returned home from serving as a flight leader in World War II and this 1946 film was his first movie since witnessing the horrors of war. With this postwar mentality, Stewart and director Frank Capra take a film titled "It's a Wonderful Life" and antithetically crescendo into a failed suicide attempt.Throughout the film, George Bailey's life often seems anything but wonderful. The audience watches as a young man with worldly dreams encounters setback after...
    Sir Richard Branson's daughter Holly has shared a childhood photo of her and her parents onboard a Virgin 747 as the airline's fleet of jumbos is retired. The London-based businesswoman, 39, delighted her 93.6k Instagram followers with the throwback snap, which shows her alongside her billionaire father and her mother Joan Templeman. Holly is captured sitting on her mother's lap aged three for the airline's inaugural flight in 1984 at London Gatwick, in a Boeing 747. The airline's jumbos are being let go to make way for a younger, more sustainable fleet of A350-1000s and B787-9s, with Boeing 747-400 G-VROY believed to have made its final departure from London Heathrow yesterday.   Sir Richard Branson's daughter Holly has shared a childhood photo (above) of her and her parents onboard a Virgin 747 as the airline's fleet of jumbos is retired Taking to Instagram, Holly wrote (above): 'I've had so many wonderful memories on @VirginAtlantic's Boeing 747 planes throughout my life' Taking to Instagram, Holly wrote: 'I've had so many wonderful memories on @VirginAtlantic's Boeing 747 planes throughout my life.  'The Queen of the...
    A Georgia bar that was on the verge of closing forever having been forced to stay shut for much for the year due to the coronavirus has been saved after locals rallied round and managed to raise enough money to keep it open. But in a modern-day It's A Wonderful Life-like story, the bar has been saved with thousands of people in the community helping to keep the business afloat.  Manuel's Tavern in Atlanta first opened in 1956 but it was the year of the pandemic that pushed it to the brink. The owner of Atlanta bar Manuel's Tavern, Brian Maloof was contemplating shutting the bar down having run out of cash due to coronavirus lockdowns The bar which has been around since 1956 is well known throughout the city Saporta Report Privacy Policy The owner, 53-year-old Brian Maloof, was preparing to pull the pints at his bar for a final time when a long-time patron, Angelo Fuster, decided to set up a GoFundMe page with the goal of raising $75,000. The sum would have been enough...
    Liberty Films American Stage in St. Petersburg is offering two ways to see its holiday show when “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play” kicks off Dec. 18. The first showings of the play, which run through Dec. 22, are live virtual performances. Kickoff night, Dec. 18, will even feature a live chatback. After that, from Dec. 23-27, pre-recorded showings of the American holiday classic reimagined as a 1940s radio broadcast can be viewed within six hours of specific showtimes. Prices range from $30-$40, and tickets online or over the phone. And if you can’t wait until then to get some American Stage into your life, screenings of the theater’s other December show—“Nosotros La Gente”—kicked off on Dec. 2, with replays happening Dec. 11-13 and Dec. 16-20. The show features Diana Garle and Daniel Llaca, a real-life couple that lives together, meaning they can interact intimately without endangering each other. It began its run on Dec. 2, and a pre-recorded version of the 85-minute-long show is available to watch at select showtimes throughout its run ending on Dec. 20....
    Every year, Kelly Stewart Harcourt looks forward to seeing her father James Stewart on the silver screen. The actor famously started as George Bailey in the 1946 classic “It’s a Wonderful Life.” The beloved drama, directed by Frank Capra, tells the story of an angel named Clarence (Henry Travers) who is sent from heaven to help George Bailey (Stewart), a desperately frustrated businessman on the verge of suicide. Clarence then shows George what life would really have been like if he had never existed. The black-and-white classic has become a staple during the holiday season and is still recognized as one of Stewart’s most iconic films. “My father often said his favorite movie was ‘It’s a Wonderful Life,’” Stewart Harcourt told Closer Weekly in the magazine’s latest issue currently on newsstands. JAMES STEWART WAS 'APPROACHED SEVERAL TIMES' TO PURSUE SENATE RUN BUT CHOSE TO STAY OUT OF POLITICS, BOOK CLAIMS The 69-year-old told the outlet that her famous father, who passed away in 1997 at age 89, always made sure to make their family’s Christmas celebration extra special. One of...
    Screengrab via FoxTampa Theatre is making its triumphant return with an appropriate holiday classic. The theatre will be hosting a free screening of the Christmas classic It’s a Wonderful Life on Dec. 12 as a part of their parkCINEMA program. Held at Winter Village at Curtis Hixon Park, the screening will mark nine months to the day from when Tampa Theatre hosted its last public event, closing down on Mar. 12 due to COVID-19. Picnic baskets, blankets and lawn chairs are encouraged, and local vendors will be supplying the concessions. “The past eight months have easily been the darkest in Tampa Theatre’s 94-year history,” said Tampa Theatre President and CEO, John Bell. “But just like George Bailey, we have learned how much love and support is reflected back to us from our friends and neighbors, and that – despite the challenges 2020 has presented – we are truly blessed with a wonderful life in our wonderful Tampa community.” The theatre has been showing new, first-run films through its website during the pandemic. It’s also completed HVAC upgrades to improve air...
    Pete Davidson will be getting into the holiday spirit soon. The comedian is set to lead an all-star cast for a virtual table read of the Christmas fantasy drama It's a Wonderful Life, originally released in 1946. The special is set to broadcast on December 13 at 5:00 PM PT with all proceeds from the table read set to benefit The Ed Asner Family Center, which aims to enrich the lives of children with special needs and their families, according to Deadline. Christmas spirit: Pete Davidson is set to lead a virtual table read of the holiday film It's a Wonderful Life; the actor is seen in March Filling his shoes: The Big Time Adolescence actor is set to portray George Bailey, who was portrayed by James Stewart in the 1946 film Also slated to appear in the read are Maude Apatow, Ed Asner, Ellie Kemper, Mia Farrow, and B.D Wong, among others. The event will be hosted by Tom Bergeron, while Everybody Hates Chris director Victor Nelli will be helming the read itself. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1...
    Pete Davidson is taking on one of the cinema's most iconic roles and it's all for a good cause. The "Saturday Night Live" star will play George Bailey from "It's a Wonderful Life" during a virtual table script read for the nonprofit Ed Asner Family Center. Jimmy Stewart famously played the father figure in the 1946 holiday classic.  Maude Apatow is set to play Violet Bick at the table while other stars participating include: Mia Farrow, Ellie Kemper, Bill Pullman, Richard Kind, Carol Kane, Ed Begley Jr., Diedrich Bader, B.D. Wong, Michael Shannon “and special surprise guests.” PETE DAVIDSON REVEALS HE BATTLED SUICIDAL THOUGHTS: 'IT GOT PRETTY DARK AND SCARY' The Ed Asner Family Center is an organization dedicated to helping people with their mental health and those with "special needs and their families seeking wholeness in all attitudes of life."
    Haters be damned, says Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of Harry Styles’ Vogue cover, in which the singer wears a dress. The “Cherry” singer, 26, recently received backlash for wearing a ball gown in his shoot for American Vogue’s December cover. However, AOC thinks he looks great, and that those who feel otherwise need to take a closer look at themselves. “It looks wonderful,” the congresswoman wrote on Instagram Stories, in response to a follower’s question of “What do you think [about] Harry styles wearing a dress on the cover of Vogue.” She goes on to note that “the masculine and feminine elements are balanced beautifully — the hair and jacket styling give me James Dean vibes, too.” The politician, 31 — who recently took some flack for wearing a $14,000 outfit in her own Vanity Fair magazine cover recently — continued that oversensitivity is likely to blame as the reason some people took issue with Styles’ couture look. “Some people are mad at it bc some folks are very sensitive to examining and exploring gender roles in society,” she wrote, according...
    Haters be damned, says Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of Harry Styles’ Vogue cover, in which the singer wears a dress. The “Cherry” singer, 26, recently received backlash for wearing a ball gown in his shoot for American Vogue’s December cover. However, AOC thinks he looks great, and that those who feel otherwise need to take a closer look at themselves. “It looks wonderful,” the congresswoman wrote on Instagram Stories, in response to a follower’s question of “What do you think [about] Harry styles wearing a dress on the cover of Vogue.” She goes on to note that “the masculine and feminine elements are balanced beautifully — the hair and jacket styling give me James Dean vibes, too.” The politician, 31 — who recently took some flack for wearing a $14,000 outfit in her own Vanity Fair magazine cover recently — continued that oversensitivity is likely to blame as the reason some people took issue with Styles’ couture look. see also AOC rocks $14,000 designer outfit for anti-Trump Vanity Fair cover shoot Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez rocked designer duds worth more than...
    A DIY fan who didn't want to shell out hundreds of pounds for a huge Nutcracker Christmas decoration has revealed how they made their own using just cardboard, junk and paint. The result looks like a professionally made decoration and you'd never know it was created at home. 6 A savvy DIY fan has shown how they assembled stunning Nutcracker characters out of cardboardCredit: Facebook/Christmas The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year An amazing step-by-step breakdown of the process in pictures was shared on the Facebook group Christmas The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year. They started with a large piece of cardboard which appears to be a cylindrical heavy-duty tube from the construction company Sakrete. As for arms and legs, the DIY fan seems to have used cardboard tubes taped to the body. And the figure has two empty yoghurt pots for feet. 6 Sharing a step-by-step assembly of the figure, the figuresCredit: Facebook/Christmas The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year 6 Putting junk to good use, the DIY fan used yoghurt pots for the model's feetCredit: Facebook/Christmas The...
    Pass Brooks Laich the tissues. The estranged husband of Julianne Hough revealed on his and Gavin DeGraw’s “How Men Think” podcast that he’s learned to become so in touch with his emotions that he doesn’t mind letting them loose whenever he feels the need. “I cry all the time and it’s wonderful. It’s something I’ve recently learned since the passing of our two dogs,” Laich explained, referencing the 2019 deaths of his Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Lexi and Harley, whom he shared with Hough. Brooks Laich and Julianne HoughWireImage “I’ve learned how to honor emotions in the moment and let them come up and through me and out of me, and a lot of times that’s through crying,” he continued. “And you know me … I played pro hockey for 15 years, threw dudes into dudes. I’m a dude. But I love being able to release emotion truthfully, organically, in the moment [and] not suppress it.” Laich admitted he used to try to “stuff” his feelings but realized that wasn’t a healthy approach. “It’s liberating to allow and give yourself...
    NCs Cawthorn to be youngest sitting congressman NHLs 2020-21 season will have minimum of 48 games Brooks Laich Says I Cry All the Time amid Divorce from Julianne Hough: It’s Wonderful © Provided by People JC Olivera/Getty Images Brooks Laich Brooks Laich is getting in touch with his feelings. Pandora Premium: Ad-Free & On-Demand Get 90 Days Free Ad Pandora The former NHL star, 37, opened up about connecting with his emotions during Monday's episode of his How Men Think podcast with musician Gavin DeGraw, revealing that it has taken him a while to learn how to express himself in a healthy way after feeling "unemotional in personal relationships." "I cry all the time and it’s wonderful. It's something I've recently learned since the passing of our two dogs," he said, referencing the 2019 deaths of his Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Lexi and Harley, whom he shared with ex Julianne Hough. "I've learned how to honor emotions in the moment and let them come up and through me and out of me, and a lot of times that's through...
    A DOTING mum has given her dinosaur-obsessed toddler an incredible Jurassic inspired bedroom, complete with a hand-painted wall mural and leafy wall art. Robyn Emily, shared her two-year-old's new room online and revealed it was now her favourite room in the house. 6Mum Robyn Emily showed off the incredible dinosaur room she made for her toddlerCredit: Facebook/Robyn Emily 6She even hand-painted a huge wall mural Credit: Facebook/Robyn Emily The room is decorated in various green hues and features a selection of dinosaur toys, books and decorations. The best part by far, though, is the incredible mountain-esque feature wall which features little dinosaurs climbing the cliffs. Posting in the Hinch Army House Decorating Inspiration And Tips Facebook group, Robyn wrote: "Just want to share my 2 year old, obsessed dinosaur room." "It’s taken blood sweat and tears, freehand drawing and then painting the mural but so proud. Definitely my favourite room the house." 6The room was scattered with dinosaur toys, books and other decorationsCredit: Facebook/Robyn Emily 6The room even features a Jurassic-inspired wall art Credit: Facebook/Robyn Emily 6People online...
    Anthony Hopkins has revealed that there is a 'wonderful peacefulness' to death after describing how 'life' is a 'terminal condition' which brings a 'tremendous freedom'.   The veteran actor, 82, described how he has accepted that his eventual passing is 'inevitable' because there is 'nothing' he can 'do about it'.  Sir Anthony, who lives in Los Angeles, spoke about the subject as he prepares to star as a dementia sufferer in The Father which is set for release in January, marking his 60-year career on the big screen.   Open: Anthony Hopkins, 82, has revealed that there is a 'wonderful peacefulness' to death after describing how 'life' is a 'terminal condition' which brings a 'tremendous freedom' Speaking to The Mirror, the Oscar-winning actor said: 'Your life is terminal. It's a terminal condition, you're not going to get off the planet alive. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Anthony Hopkins, 82, thanks fans for their support and... Zendaya sports sweats at LA studio in FIRST public sighting... Ariel Winter re-dyes her pink locks and glams up for the... ...
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