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    Kamala Harris’ step-daughter, Ella Emhoff, posted several pictures from her first magazine fashion shoot. “DUST MAGAZINE ISSUE 18 w/ @collierschorrstudio,” the 21-year-old model captioned her Instagram post on Wednesday, along with several pictures from her cover story. (RELATED: Kamala Harris’ Step-Daughter Debuts On Runway After Top Modeling Agency Spotted Her At Biden’s Inauguration) “Truly honored to work with an amazing team and be able to wear my thesis jacket,” she added.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by ella emhoff (@ellaemhoff) In one snap, Emhoff rocked a colorful, striped short-sleeve turtleneck, with black pants. She posed for another snap in a black trench coat similar to the piece she wore during her runway debut last month at New York Fashion Week. Not long after her debut, Emhoff landed her very first magazine cover for DUST’s Spring 2021 Issue, Page Six reported. Don’t miss @proenzaschouler‘s Fall/Winter 2021...
    Apple TV + has revealed the most anticipated additions to Apple Originals, new and returning titles from award-winning creators. Get ready for new shows on Apple TV + like “The Mosquito Beach”, which premieres on Friday, April 30, and the popular comedy series “Mythical Quest” will officially return to “The Mosquito Beach”. The second season will be released on Friday, May 7th. “Schmidtoon!” Is a great comedy series. It stars Lorne Michaels and stars Emmy-nominated Sicily Strong and Emmy-winning Keegan-Michael Key, as well as the new drama series “Physical” starring Rose Byrne. Amy-nominated and produced by Annie Weissman, “Lizzie’s Story” is a new, self-contained series from producer and executive producer Stephen King, executive producer JJ Abrams and owner Julianne Moore. Academy Awards, Clive Owen, John Allen, Jennifer Jason Lay and Dan Deehan. Apple TV + has also unveiled a preview of the exciting and upcoming Apple Originals...
    Ella Emhoff appeared on the cover of Dust. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images Ella Emhoff, 21, was featured on the cover of Dust Magazine on Friday.  She debuted at Proenza Schouler's New York Fashion Week show one day before. Emhoff, Vice President Kamala Harris' stepdaughter, received praise for her inauguration style.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ella Emhoff has debuted as a cover girl. Emhoff, the stepdaughter of Vice President Kamala Harris, was featured on the cover of Dust Magazine's Spring 2021 issue.  The triumph came after Emhoff signed with IMG Models in January and only one day after she made her runway debut at New York Fashion Week. In a photo unveiled Friday, the 21-year-old paired a patchwork knit sweater she designed with  a Gucci cotton shirt and a sleeveless turtleneck from The Row. Her notable curls were slicked back and her glasses absent.  A post shared...
    From inauguration style star to cover girl. Hours after making her runway debut for Proenza Schouler at New York Fashion Week, newly minted IMG model Ella Emhoff has landed her first magazine cover. The 21-year-old stepdaughter of Vice President Kamala Harris and daughter of Doug Emhoff fronts Berlin-based art and fashion glossy Dust’s Spring 2021 issue, dressed in a pastel patchwork knit jacket of her own design. During her shoot, the Parsons student and so-called “first daughter of Bushwick” also sported designer duds from brands including Balenciaga, Prada and Miu Miu, while posing in a Brooklyn studio where she once worked. In the accompanying interview, which was conducted by artist Marina Abramovic over Zoom, Emhoff spoke about her look from Joe Biden’s inauguration , an embellished Miu Miu coat worn atop a ruffled Batsheva dress. “The choice was honestly very spur-of-the moment. Personally, I like the cross between old and new. I love...
    Melania Trump reportedly laments that she didn’t leave Washington D.C. on the best of terms and she’s “bitter” that her successor, Jill Biden, has already hired a staff and graced two national magazine covers. The former first lady, however, is not blaming herself for her disappointments, according to a report by CNN, and she’s soaking her grievances in daily visits to the spa at her husband’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida. There, she takes advantage of the “benefits at her disposal” — massages, nail care, facial treatments and other items on the menu. “She goes to the spa, has lunch, goes to the spa (again) and has dinner with Donald on the patio,” a person familiar with Melania Trump’s schedule in Palm Beach told CNN White House correspondent Kate Bennett. “Rinse and repeat. Every day.” In certain ways, Melania Trump is returning to the daily routine she enjoyed before...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Larry Flynt, who turned his raunchy Hustler magazine into an empire while fighting numerous First Amendment court battles and flaying politicians with stunts such as a Donald Trump assassination Christmas card, has died. He was 78. Flynt, who had been in declining health, died Wednesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, his longtime attorney, Paul Cambria, told The Associated Press. Flynt was shot in a 1978 assassination attempt and left paralyzed from the waist down but refused to slow down, building a flamboyant reputation along with a fortune estimated at $100 million. He tooled around in a gold-plated wheelchair with a velvet-lined seat. “His doctors had said he should have passed away 30 years ago,” his nephew, Jimmy Flynt Jr., said Wednesday. “He outlived most of the doctors who took care of him.” Born Nov. 1, 1942, in Lakeville, Kentucky, Larry Claxton Flynt Jr. grew up poor. Divorced...
    Porn purveyor Larry Flynt, who built Hustler magazine into an adult entertainment empire while championing First Amendment rights, died Wednesday. He was 78. A statement from Flynt's public relations manager said, "He passed quietly in his sleep at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center" with his wife and daughter at his side. Flynt's nephew said Flynt had been in frail health and died of heart failure. From his beginnings as an Ohio strip club owner to his reign as founder of one of the most explicit adult-oriented magazines, Flynt constantly challenged the establishment and became a target for the religious right and feminist groups. Flynt scored a surprising U.S. Supreme Court victory over the Reverend Jerry Falwell, who had sued him for libel after a 1983 Hustler alcohol ad suggested Falwell had lost his virginity to his mother in an outhouse. Flynt's company produced not only Hustler but other...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Larry Flynt, who turned his raunchy Hustler magazine into an empire while fighting numerous First Amendment court battles and flaying politicians with stunts such as a Donald Trump assassination Christmas card, has died. He was 78. Flynt, who had been in declining health, died Wednesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, his longtime attorney, Paul Cambria, told The Associated Press. Flynt was shot in a 1978 assassination attempt and left paralyzed from the waist down but refused to slow down, building a flamboyant reputation along with a fortune estimated at $100 million. He tooled around in a gold-plated wheelchair with a velvet-lined seat. “His doctors had said he should have passed away 30 years ago,” his nephew, Jimmy Flynt Jr., said Wednesday. “He outlived most of the doctors who took care of him.” Born Nov. 1, 1942, in Lakeville, Kentucky, Larry Claxton Flynt Jr. grew up...
    LOS ANGELES (CBS News) — Porn purveyor Larry Flynt, who built Hustler magazine into an adult entertainment empire while championing First Amendment rights, died Wednesday. He was 78. A statement from Flynt’s public relations manager said, “He passed quietly in his sleep at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center” with his wife and daughter at his side. Flynt’s nephew said Flynt had been in frail health and died of heart failure. From his beginnings as an Ohio strip club owner to his reign as founder of one of the most explicit adult-oriented magazines, Flynt constantly challenged the establishment and became a target for the religious right and feminist groups. Read more at CBSNews.com>>
    Larry Flynt, the porn tycoon and unlikely First Amendment champion, died Wednesday in Los Angeles of heart failure, according to TMZ. He was 78. Flynt founded Hustler magazine in 1974, known for its lewd pictures and crude takes, which spun off into a media empire. The magazine’s jabs at notorious evangelical preacher Jerry Falwell wound up resulting in a landmark Supreme Court case, Hustler v. Falwell, where the court ruled unanimously that freedom of speech protections extended to intentionally offensive parodies of public figures. While a 1978 murder attempt left Flynt wheelchair-bound for the remainder of his life, he remained provocative until the end: in 2019, Hustler sent Republican congressmen Christmas Cards depicting the assassination of then-President Trump. Divorced four times, Flynt is survived by his wife, Elizabeth, as well as four children and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his daughter, Lisa.READ THIS LIST Impeachment...
    As President Joe Biden settles into his new role leading the country, differences from former President Donald Trump regarding the media continue to emerge. This time, the difference has shown itself with regards to sit-down interviews. Biden took part in his first sit-down interview on Wednesday with People Magazine since becoming president. The interview, published on Feb. 3, also featured First Lady Jill Biden, and the duo largely spoke about family and marriage. (RELATED: Here’s Everything You Need To Know From The Bidens’ Interview With People Magazine) “My whole life, I’d always rather be with my boys, with my children,” Biden said during one part of the interview. “I like being with everybody else. But if I got to go away skiing with the boys and my daughter. I went with my grandkids, to me it’s the thing that I care about the most.” Absent was the hard-hitting questions about policies and...
    President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden appeared on the cover of People magazine for their first interview since moving into the White House on January 20.  Excerpts and details from the interview began being released Wednesday, including that the Bidens brought a crib to the White House with them to accomodate baby Beau, Hunter Biden's infant son.   Additionally, CBS News announced that Biden would participate in his first television interview, with 'CBS Evening News' anchor Norah O'Donnell, which will be aired before Sunday night's Super Bowl.  First lady Jill Biden (left) and President Joe Biden (right) got the People magazine cover treatment for their first print interview since moving into the White House on January 20  President Biden will participate in the pre-Super Bowl interview tradition, sitting down with CBS News' Norah O'Donnell (pictured) later this week. It will be his first TV interview since being sworn-in  With...
    Fox News host Dana Perino said that President Joe Biden was smart to do an interview with People Magazine, but he may have left news media frustrated. Perino discussed that interview, which featured both Biden and First Lady Jill Biden, with “America’s Newsroom” cohost Bill Hemmer during a Wednesday morning segment. (RELATED: ‘What About Seeing Joe Biden?’: Dana Perino Asks Biden Campaign Press Sec. If They’re ‘Ceding This Ground’ To Trump) WATCH: Perino noted that Biden had been criticized for failing to take hard questions both on the campaign trail and since he took office. Hemmer began by pointing out that the interview showed the human side of the Bidens, calling the interview “good strategy on behalf of the White House.” Pivoting to compare the Biden administration to that of former President Donald Trump, he asked, “Do you think Donald Trump got one of those interviews in four years?...
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Tony Bennett has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease but it hasn't quieted his legendary voice.The singer's wife and son reveal in the latest edition of AARP The Magazine that Bennett was first diagnosed with the irreversible neurological disorder in 2016. The magazine says he endures "increasingly rarer moments of clarity and awareness."Still, he continues to rehearse and twice a week goes through his 90-minute set with his longtime pianist, Lee Musiker. The magazine says he sings with perfect pitch and apparent ease.A beloved interpreter of American standards, Bennett's chart-topping career spans seven decades. "He's not the old Tony anymore," his wife, Susan, told the magazine. "But when he sings, he's the old Tony."Bennett, 94, gained his first pop success in the early 1950s and enjoyed a career revival in the 1990s and became popular with younger audiences in part because of an appearance on "MTV Unplugged." He...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Tony Bennett has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease but it hasn’t quieted his legendary voice. The singer’s wife and son reveal in the latest edition of AARP The Magazine that Bennett was first diagnosed with the irreversible neurological disorder in 2016. The magazine says he endures “increasingly rarer moments of clarity and awareness.” Still, he continues to rehearse and twice a week goes through his 90-minute set with his longtime pianist, Lee Musiker. The magazine says he sings with perfect pitch and apparent ease. A beloved interpreter of American standards, Bennett’s chart-topping career spans seven decades. “He’s not the old Tony anymore,” his wife, Susan, told the magazine. “But when he sings, he’s the old Tony.” Bennett, 94, gained his first pop success in the early 1950s and enjoyed a career revival in the 1990s and became popular with younger audiences in part because of an...
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Tony Bennett has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease but it hasn't quieted his legendary voice.The singer's wife and son reveal in the latest edition of AARP The Magazine that Bennett was first diagnosed with the irreversible neurological disorder in 2016. The magazine says he endures "increasingly rarer moments of clarity and awareness."Still, he continues to rehearse and twice a week goes through his 90-minute set with his longtime pianist, Lee Musiker. The magazine says he sings with perfect pitch and apparent ease.A beloved interpreter of American standards, Bennett's chart-topping career spans seven decades. "He's not the old Tony anymore," his wife, Susan, told the magazine. "But when he sings, he's the old Tony."Bennett, 94, gained his first pop success in the early 1950s and enjoyed a career revival in the 1990s and became popular with younger audiences in part because of an appearance on "MTV Unplugged." He...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Tony Bennett has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease but it hasn’t quieted his legendary voice. The singer’s wife and son reveal in the latest edition of AARP The Magazine that Bennett was first diagnosed with the irreversible neurological disorder in 2016. The magazine says he endures “increasingly rarer moments of clarity and awareness.” Still, he continues to rehearse and twice a week goes through his 90-minute set with his longtime pianist, Lee Musiker. The magazine says he sings with perfect pitch and apparent ease. A beloved interpreter of American standards, Bennett’s chart-topping career spans seven decades. “He’s not the old Tony anymore,” his wife, Susan, told the magazine. “But when he sings, he’s the old Tony.” Bennett, 94, gained his first pop success in the early 1950s and enjoyed a career revival in the 1990s and became popular with younger audiences in part because of an...
    Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour is defending an editorial decision to have Vice President-elect Kamala Harris posing in converse sneakers for an issue of the magazine. The fashion mogul told the New York Times there wasn't a written agreement on the cover choice for the February 2021 issue of Vogue, which has led to backlash from Harris's team and others over the past few days. The magazine swapped out a portrait of Harris for a washed-out image of Harris wearing sneakers in front of a pink and green backdrop, representing her Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority colors. "Obviously, we have heard and understood the reaction to the print cover, and I just want to reiterate that it was absolutely not our intention to, in any way, diminish the importance of the vice president-elect’s incredible victory," Wintour said. Vice President-elect @KamalaHarris is our February cover star! Making history was the first step....
    New York : Kamala Harris was convinced that she could challenge the Republican. Photo: Drew Angerer / . The cover of Kamala Harris in the February issue of Vogue has raised blisters both for the casual outfit worn by the current vice president-elect of the United States and for the digital retouching that would have been done to the image to lighten your skin tone. The magazine has had no choice but to face the criticism that is raining down on the way it has portrayed the first black woman to hold that position – with Converse brand sneakers and a white T-shirt – to clarify that the choice of a casual wardrobe was deliberate. Vice President-elect @KamalaHarris is our February cover star! Making history was the first step. Now Harris has an even more monumental task: to help heal a fractured America —...
    Kamala Harris graces the cover of Vogue magazine in February, an honor in American fashion and culture that Melania and Donald Trump always thought should have been given to the outgoing first first lady. Unlike Melania Trump, however, the Oakland-born Harris was selected for the cover because she has made history for her accomplishments — as the first woman and first person of color to be elected vice president. Unfortunately, Harris’s cover photo for the magazine’s print edition isn’t to everyone’s liking, with some saying it is “disrespectful” because the U.S. senator and former California attorney general is dressed too casually and appears “washed out.” Harris’ team has said this was not the photo they negotiated for the cover, and instead had believed the picture of Harris in a Michael Korrs’ powder-blue suit would be on the cover. Vogue said the blue suit photo is on the digital edition, but...
    WILMINGTON, DEL. - Vice President-elect Kamala Harris has landed on the cover of the February issue of Vogue magazine, but her team says there’s a problem: the shot of the country’s soon-to-be No. 2 leader isn’t what both sides had agreed upon.     Instead of the powder blue power suit Harris wore for her cover shoot, the first African American woman elected vice president is instead seen in more casual attire and wearing Converse Chuck Taylor sneakers, which she sometimes wore on the campaign trail.   Vice President-elect @KamalaHarris is our February cover star! Making history was the first step. Now Harris has an even more monumental task: to help heal a fractured America—and lead it out of crisis. Read the full profile: https://t.co/W5BQPTH7AU pic.twitter.com/OCFvVqTlOk— Vogue Magazine (@voguemagazine) January 10, 2021 Harris’ team was unaware that the cover photo had been switched until images leaked late Saturday, according to...
    By Darlene Superville | Associated Press WILMINGTON, Del. — Vice President-elect Kamala Harris has landed on the cover of the February issue of Vogue magazine, but her team says there’s a problem: The shot of the country’s soon-to-be No. 2 leader isn’t what both sides had agreed upon, her team says. Instead of the powder blue power suit Harris wore for her cover shoot, the first African American woman elected vice president is instead seen in more casual attire and wearing Converse Chuck Taylor sneakers, which she sometimes wore on the campaign trail. Harris’ team was unaware that the cover photo had been switched until images leaked late Saturday, according to a person involved in the negotiations over how Harris would be featured on the cover. Harris’ office declined comment and the person spoke Sunday on condition of anonymity. Representatives for Vogue did not respond Sunday to emailed requests for...
    Kamala Harris' cover for the February issue of Vogue has caused a stir on social media as critics say the magazine disrespected the vice president-elect by 'white-washing' her skin and putting her in a pair of Converse.  The cover from the upcoming issue surfaced on Twitter over the weekend, showing Harris, America's first vice president of color, wearing a black suit jacket, white tee shirt, dark cropped pants and black lace-up sneakers.  Dozens of fans came out to condemn the cover, saying the low-quality photo fell short of Vogue's usual style standards and appeared to have lightened Harris' skin.   The vice president-elect has not publicly commented on the cover, but journalist Yashar Ali claimed on Twitter early Sunday that her team had signed off on a different image with Harris in a light blue suit. A few hours later Vogue published a photo of a second cover that appeared to...
    President Donald Trump has taken time out of his Christmas Day to fire a hit at the nation’s glossy magazines for failing to give Melania Trump a cover while she was First Lady. Michelle Obama, 56, appeared on a whopping 12 covers during her eight years in the White House while Melania, 50, has not appeared on a single cover through her husband’s four-year term. The president on Friday night retweeted a comment from right-wing publication Breitbart that called out the ‘elitist snobs in the fashion press’ with Trump adding that Melania is ‘the greatest of all time’. ‘Fake News!’ he added. Trump shared the tweet blasting the magazines altdespite not having yet commented on the bomb that exploded in Nashville on Friday morning or delivered an update on his stance on the COVID-19 economic relief bill.  Trump has taken time out of his Christmas Day to fire a...
    TYSON FURY has written himself into the record books after becoming the first Brit to be named Ring Magazine Fighter of the Year twice. The Gypsy King rounded off a sensational year that saw him KO Deontay Wilder and crowned WBC heavyweight champ to pick up the prestigious award. 4Tyson Fury has been named Ring Magazine Fighter of the Year for 2020 Fury also won the prize in 2015 following his stunning unanimous points win against Wladimir Klitschko. That saw him become unified heavyweight champ as well as end years of domination by the Ukrainian. Fury, who is believed to have 'verbally agreed' to fight Anthony Joshua next year, shares the 2020 prize with Teofimo Lopez. The American also upset the odds to defeat many people's pound-for-pound best in Vasiliy Lomachenko in October. That saw undefeated Lopez pick up the WBO, WBA and WBC franchise belts from Lomachenko to add...
    ANTHONY JOSHUA has moved up to No2 in Ring Magazine's heavyweight rankings - just underneath champion Tyson Fury. AJ received the elevation after emphatically knocking out Kubrat Pulev, 39, to close out 2020. 1Ring Magazine's heavyweight rankings The win sets the WBA, IBF and WBO champion up with a mammoth undisputed title decider against long-time rival Fury next year. ` The Gypsy King, 32, won his WBC title against American Deontay Wilder, 35, in February. And as the pair were ranked No1 and No2 with the Ring Magazine, the vacant belt was on the line. It meant Fury had become the first heavyweight to win the title since he vacated it following his upset over Wladimir Klitschko in 2015. Despite Wilder's first career defeat, he has only dropped down to No2. Alexander Povetkin, 41, slots in at No3 following his stunning knockout over Dillian...
    Madison Summers December 11, 2020 0 Comments Time magazine is listing not one person but a duo to be its 2020 “Person of the Year.” The magazine chose President-elect Joe Biden and vice president-elect Kamala Harris as its “Person of the Year,” because, as the magazine noted on Twitter, “Person of the Year is not just about the year that was, but about where we’re headed.” “As Biden sees it, trusting his instincts and tuning out the naysayers is a big reason why he’s going to be the next Commander in Chief,” Time writes. Additionally, the magazine adds, “The Vice President has never before been a woman, or Black, or Asian American,” then citing Harris, who said, “I will be the first, but I will not be the last. That’s about legacy, that’s about creating a pathway, that’s about leaving the door more open than it was when you walked...
    Time magazine has named Joe Biden and Kamala Harris 2020's Person of the Year.The two made history on November 7 when they beat Donald Trump in a bitter election that put him in a small club of presidents who served only one term.Harris on that day became the country's first female, first Black and first South Asian vice president-elect."For changing the American story, for showing that the forces of empathy are greater than the furies of division, for sharing a vision of healing in a grieving world, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are TIME's 2020 Person of the Year," wrote Time editor-in-chief Edward Felsenthal.Zoom CEO Eric Yuan was named Businessperson of the Year. The video chat service spiked in popularity amid a health crisis that forced people to work and learn from home.In the category of Guardians of the Year, Time named activists Assa Traoré, Porche Bennett-Bey and racial-justice organizers;...
    Time magazine has named Joe Biden and Kamala Harris 2020's Person of the Year.The two made history on November 7 when they beat Donald Trump in a bitter election that put him in a small club of presidents who served only one term.Harris on that day became the country's first female, first Black and first South Asian vice president-elect."For changing the American story, for showing that the forces of empathy are greater than the furies of division, for sharing a vision of healing in a grieving world, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are TIME's 2020 Person of the Year," wrote Time editor-in-chief Edward Felsenthal.Zoom CEO Eric Yuan was named Businessperson of the Year. The video chat service spiked in popularity amid a health crisis that forced people to work and learn from home.In the category of Guardians of the Year, Time named activists Assa Traoré, Porche Bennett-Bey and racial-justice organizers;...
    By Kerry Flynn | CNN Business Time magazine has named Joe Biden and Kamala Harris 2020’s Person of the Year. The two made history on November 7 when they beat Donald Trump in a bitter election that put him in a small club of presidents who served only one term. Harris on that day became the country’s first female, first Black and first South Asian vice president-elect. “For changing the American story, for showing that the forces of empathy are greater than the furies of division, for sharing a vision of healing in a grieving world, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are TIME’s 2020 Person of the Year,” wrote Time editor-in-chief Edward Felsenthal. Zoom CEO Eric Yuan was named Businessperson of the Year. The video chat service spiked in popularity amid a health crisis that forced people to work and learn from home. In the category of Guardians of the...
    Time Magazine named President-elect Joe BidenJoe BidenPennsylvania GOP leader on breaking with Trump on election: 'I'd get my house bombed tonight' GOP Texas senator questions 'legal theory' behind Trump's lawsuit to challenge state's election results Nearly 30 staffers, members of Michigan legislature tested positive for COVID-19 this year MORE and Vice President-elect Kamala HarrisKamala HarrisMegan Thee Stallion shares letter from Maxine Waters thanking her for bringing attention to 'plight of Black women' Trump moves to intervene in Texas election lawsuit Obama: I don't keep a checklist, but I monitored Trump rolling back my work MORE its "Person of the Year" in an announcement Thursday night. The magazine’s write-up of the decision outlines Biden’s historic selection of Harris and the challenges that lie ahead for the United States and the duo. Harris, a former rival for the Democratic nomination, described the moment Biden asked her to be his running mate.  “Immediately...
    JOE Biden and Kamala Harris have been named TIME Magazine's Person of the Year - despite only the President-Elect being on the nominee shortlist. The Person of the Year for 2020 was revealed Thursday night on NBC during a 10pm broadcast special. 1Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have been chosen as 2020 TIME Person of the YearCredit: Reuters The hour-long program marks the first-of-its-kind TIME Person of the Year broadcast. Moments after commenting on this year's "once-in-a-generation health crisis," Bruce Springsteen announced the annual TIME recipient as President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Harris. Lebron James was named the 2020 Athlete of the Year and frontline health workers were the 2020 Guardians of the Year, along with Porche Bennett-Bey, Assa Traoré and racial-justice organizers. Dr Anthony Fauci was also named as a 2020 Guardian of the Year. Photographs of those who passed away in 2020 were displayed during the program...
    The field for Time Magazine’s “Person of the Year” was culled Thursday to four candidates, with a winner set to be named later in the evening. The final four nominees are President-elect Biden, President Trump, the movement for racial justice, and the tag team of Dr. Anthony Fauci and frontline health care workers, the magazine revealed Thursday morning. Time’s editors will select the final winner, to be announced during a special televised on NBC at 10 p.m. Biden and Trump engaged in an epic race for the White House that ended with the Democratic challenger coming out on top. The Memorial Day death of George Floyd — a black man killed beneath the knee of a white Minneapolis cop — sparked renewed protests for racial justice and police reform that raged over the summer from coast to coast. Fauci, the nation’s leading infectious disease expert, guided government policy on...
    More On: time magazine Meet TIME’s first-ever ‘Kid of the Year’ Here are the key nominees for Time’s ‘Person of the Year’ New York Times sues Time magazine over its ‘Time100 Talks’ event Time magazine pledges no layoffs for 3 months amid pandemic The field for Time Magazine’s “Person of the Year” was culled Thursday to four candidates, with a winner set to be named later in the evening. The final four nominees are President-elect Biden, President Trump, the movement for racial justice, and the tag team of Dr. Anthony Fauci and frontline health care workers, the magazine revealed Thursday morning. Time’s editors will select the final winner, to be announced during a special televised on NBC at 10 p.m. Biden and Trump engaged in an epic race for the White House that ended with the Democratic challenger coming out on top. The Memorial Day death of George Floyd...
    SAN ANTONIO – Editor’s note: “Unheard: Stories from the Alamo City” is a KSAT feature that gives our viewers the chance to tell their unique stories. The idea is to give a voice to the voiceless. Find more stories like this or share your powerful story on our Unheard page. Born and raised on the South Side, April Monterrosa loves everything about her neighborhood. “It’s home and it feels like family,” Monterrosa said. Her passion for her community led to her starting a blog called “Live From the Southside” in 2019. She featured everything from businesses to the people who lived in the area. “My whole goal was to promote positivity in my community,” Monterrosa said. Since then her following has grown on her social media platforms and led to the development of the Live From the Southside Magazine. The first monthly print and online issue came out in August....
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- TIME Magazine's upcoming issue has a cover we can easily relate to.The cover shows 2020 with a red "X" through it and the words "the worst year ever on it." TIMEs new cover: 2020 tested us beyond measure. Where we go after this awful year https://t.co/5raFYUSgeZ pic.twitter.com/im3NWiBqJC— TIME (@TIME) December 5, 2020RELATED: TIME reveals '100 Most Influential People' on ABC with new special 'TIME100'The red "X" is symbolic because Time has used it on just four other occasions.Adolph Hitler's death was the first.The second was for Saddam Hussein in 2003 at the start of the Iraq war.RELATED: TIME names 15-year-old as first-ever Kid of the YearThe third in 2006 when the U.S. killed the leader of Al-Qaeda in Iraq, Abu Mousab al-Zarqawi.The killing of Osama bin Laden in 2011 was the last time the red "X" was used.
    Every year, TIME Magazine reveals its person of the year. While we're still waiting on that, the magazine revealed its first-ever Kid of the Year.This year, TIME recognized extraordinary young leaders who are making a positive impact in their communities. Among them is 15-year-old Gitanjali Rao.Rao was selected from thousands of nominees and according to TIME, exceptional leadership is what made her stand out.The brilliant young scientist is from Colorado and uses technology to help solve issues she is passionate about, like Opioid addiction and cyberbullying."Don't try to fix every problem, just focus on one that excites you," Rao told TIME.Rao will be featured on the Dec. 14 cover of TIME Magazine.
    More On: time magazine Here are the key nominees for Time’s ‘Person of the Year’ New York Times sues Time magazine over its ‘Time100 Talks’ event Time magazine pledges no layoffs for 3 months amid pandemic Trump tells Time’s Person of the Year Greta Thunberg to ‘chill’ For the first time ever, TIME Magazine has named a “Kid of the Year” — a 15-year-old scientist and inventor named Gitanjali Rao. The Colorado teenager was picked for the title out of a field of more than 5,000 Americans, aged 8 to 16, the mag said Thursday. “My goal has really shifted not only from creating my own devices to solve the world’s problems, but inspiring others to do the same as well,” Rao told Angelina Jolie in an interview for TIME. It’s just the latest award for the prodigy, who won the Young Scientist Challenge at 11 for creating a device...
    Every year, TIME Magazine reveals its person of the year. While we're still waiting on that, the magazine revealed its first-ever Kid of the Year.This year, TIME recognized extraordinary young leaders who are making a positive impact in their communities. Among them is 15-year-old Gitanjali Rao.Rao was selected from thousands of nominees and according to TIME, exceptional leadership is what made her stand out.The brilliant young scientist is from Colorado and uses technology to help solve issues she is passionate about, like Opioid addiction and cyberbullying."Don't try to fix every problem, just focus on one that excites you," Rao told TIME.Rao will be featured on the Dec. 14 cover of TIME Magazine.
    Every year, TIME Magazine reveals its person of the year. While we're still waiting on that, the magazine revealed its first-ever Kid of the Year.This year, TIME recognized extraordinary young leaders who are making a positive impact in their communities. Among them is 15-year-old Gitanjali Rao.Rao was selected from thousands of nominees and according to TIME, exceptional leadership is what made her stand out.The brilliant young scientist is from Colorado and uses technology to help solve issues she is passionate about, like Opioid addiction and cyberbullying."Don't try to fix every problem, just focus on one that excites you," Rao told TIME.Rao will be featured on the Dec. 14 cover of TIME Magazine.
    Time magazine named its first ever "Kid of the Year" on Wednesday, awarding the 2020 title to scientist and inventor 15-year-old Gitanjali Rao. Time magazine, in partnership with Nickelodeon, decided to choose Rao as its first recipient of the person of the year distinction for kids. The Kid of the Year award was inspired by environmental activist Greta Thunberg, who last year was named Time's person of the year. Thunberg was the youngest person and the first under 25 years old to receive the recognition in the 92 years that Time has handed out the distinction. Rao, of Lone Tree, Colo., was named kid of the year for her “exceptional leadership” in inspiring other young people to innovate, as she researches artificial intelligence and carbon nanotube sensor technology to address cyberbullying and water contamination.  Introducing the first-ever Kid of the Year, Gitanjali Rao https://t.co/Hvgu3GLoNs pic.twitter.com/4zORbRiGMU— TIME (@TIME) December 3,...
    Members of the Trump administration have started turning on one another as their final days in the White House draw to a close.    With only 50 days until Joe Biden takes the oath of office, President Donald Trump's staff is starting to engage in one of Washington D.C.'s favorite past times - the blame game. Under attack first is Stephanie Grisham, one of Melania Trump's closest aides, who was subject to a 'hit piece' in the New York Post Monday with White House 'insiders' blaming her for the first lady missing out on a magazine cover to Meghan Markle.  'Out of nowhere and a complete hit piece,' a senior administration official described it to DailyMail.com. 'I’ve been trying to figure out what logic can be in it and I can’t find it. It’s two months until the end of the administration. I really don’t understand where this is coming from...
    Vice President-elect Kamala HarrisKamala HarrisBiden teams to meet with Trump administration agencies Biden: 'Difficult decision' to staff administration with House, Senate members Ossoff, Warnock to knock on doors in runoff campaigns MORE and voting rights advocate Stacey Abrams are among the list of nominees for Time magazine’s Person of the Year distinction for 2020. The distinction, which the magazine has been giving on an annual basis since the 1920s, is bestowed upon an individual or group the country thinks has had  “the greatest influence on the events of the year—for better or worse.” The year has been a significant one historically for Harris and the rest country, which, this month, saw the first Black woman, first woman, and first Asian, win election to office as vice president-elect.  Abrams, the former 2018 Democratic gubernatorial nominee for Georgia, also saw widespread attention this year for for her work mobilizing voters in the Peach State....
    The lifestyle guru looked half her age as she celebrated her magazine's milestone. Martha Stewart looked half her age in a celebratory new photo posted to Instagram. The lifestyle guru, who celebrated her 79th birthday in August, marked the 30th anniversary of her iconic magazine by posing with a copy of the very first issue. In the post shared with the 3.4 million followers on her official social media page, Martha wore a cream-colored sweater with a silk blouse as she posed holding the December 1990 issue of Martha Stewart Living. The grandmother of two smiled as she posed in her familiar kitchen while resting her elbow on a stack of copies of her famous magazine. Martha had her hair styled in a loose flip and she glowed with a natural look created by makeup artist Nicole Daisy Toye. The photo was credited to the media mogul’s longtime friend Douglas...
    Zendaya is “one of black Hollywood’s wildest dreams,” to quote the opening line of her new Essence cover story — so for her shoot, she fittingly paid tribute to a fellow trailblazer of color. In the magazine’s November/December 2020 issue, a collector’s edition marking the publication’s 50th anniversary, the “Euphoria” actress channeled Donyale Luna, generally cited as the first black supermodel. Zendaya, 24, posed for four different covers photographed by AB+DM, each recreating one of Luna’s most memorable shoots. On one cover, she looks statuesque in a see-through black net gown by Gigi Hunter almost identical to one Luna wore back in 1967; on another, she models a pearl-studded turban and intricate eye makeup, just as the model once did. Donyale LunaThe LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images Other standout looks from the shoot, styled by Law Roach, include a zebra-striped Khaite dress and a mod metal mini by Fansyxvs...
    PLAYBOY magazine reportedly wants to celebrate Dolly Parton's 75th birthday by welcoming her back as a cover model. Dolly first appeared in the magazine more than 40 years ago in her early 30's. 6Playboy magazine reportedly wants to celebrate Dolly Parton's 75th birthday by welcoming her back as a cover modelCredit: Getty Images - Getty 6Dolly first appeared in the magazine more than 40 years ago in her early 30's Dolly apparently has her eye on this coming January's cover. That's when both the singer and the magazine turn 75-years-old. According to TMZ, a Playboy exec said: "The magazine would love to shoot Dolly again, and she knows all she has to do is say the word, and it's on!" The famed country singer first became a cover model for the magazine back in October 1978 when she was 32. She donned the iconic bunny costume and showed off her...
    Harry Styles has become known for blurring the gendered lines of fashion. Charles Sykes/Invision/AP Harry Styles became the first male to cover Vogue solo. The singer sparked reactions from fans when he wore dresses and skirts for the photoshoot.  "It just becomes this extended part of creating something," Styles told Vogue of his androgynous fashion choices.  Fans took to Twitter to share their love for Styles' fashion choices. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Harry Styles has made history as the first male to cover Vogue magazine solo. The singer posed for the cover of the December issue in a Gucci jacket and dress, the latest ensemble of his to make waves. Despite the outfit's gender-bending combination, Styles told Vogue that he doesn't see it as having any meaning other than being another outlet for his creativity. "There's so much joy to be had in playing with clothes,"...
    Wild chimpanzees in Western Africa have been found with leprosy for the first time ever — and now scientists are struggling to get to the root of the infectious disease that’s mostly found in humans. The baffling discovery was made in several chimps at Cantanhez National Park in Guinea-Bissau, and in another more than a thousand miles away at Taï National Park in Ivory Coast, according to a new report by Science Magazine. “I have NEVER seen this in chimps,” wildlife veterinarian Fabian Leendertz, who has a research site at the Ivory Coast park, told the publication. The ancient disease, now known as Hansen’s disease and caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium leprae, infected as many as 12 million people around the world in the mid-1980s before scientists learned it could be cured with antibiotics. Leprosy has been found in other animals before — nine-banded armadillos in the Americas and red...
    Wild chimpanzees in Western Africa have been found with leprosy for the first time ever — and now scientists are struggling to get to the root of the infectious disease that’s mostly found in humans. The baffling discovery was made in several chimps at Cantanhez National Park in Guinea-Bissau, and in another more than a thousand miles away at Taï National Park in Ivory Coast, according to a new report by Science Magazine. “I have NEVER seen this in chimps,” wildlife veterinarian Fabian Leendertz, who has a research site at the Ivory Coast park, told the publication. The ancient disease, now known as Hansen’s disease and caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium leprae, infected as many as 12 million people around the world in the mid-1980s before scientists learned it could be cured with antibiotics. Leprosy has been found in other animals before — nine-banded armadillos in the Americas and red...
    JOSH TAYLOR has become the first Scot to feature on the Ring Magazine's top ten pound-for-pound list. But both Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua were nowhere to be seen in the new rankings. 10 Artur Beterbiev, who has not fought since unifying the light-heavyweight division in October 2019, has been KO'd off the pile by Taylor. Vasiliy Lomachenko's shock defeat to Teofimo Lopez shook up the mythical ratings, and allowed Canelo Alvarez more breathing space at the top. Here is Ring Magazine’s updated list of their top ten boxers... 1. Canelo Alvarez - 53-1-2 (36 KO) middleweight & super-middleweight champion Mexican superstar Canelo has quickly taken over as boxing’s biggest star since former foe Floyd Mayweather walked away from the sport. With only a sole loss - to Mayweather in 2013 aged 23 - he has gone on to rule from super-welterweight all the way...
    (CNN)For the first time ever, Time magazine's logo will be replaced with an imperative -- "VOTE."It's both a call to action for readers and a mission statement for the November 2 double issue, which covers the final days of the 2020 presidential election."Few events will shape the world to come more than the result of the upcoming U.S. presidential election," Time editor-in-chief and CEO Edward Felsenthal wrote in a note to readers. To mark the most monumental election in recent history, the magazine temporarily swapped its logo to read "Vote" instead -- something Time has never done since its first issue published in 1923. This weeks Time magazine cover spotlights coronavirus front line workers, from cafeteria employees to paramedicsEven the cover has echoes of presidential campaigns past. The artwork, painted in tones of blue and red, was created by graphic artist Shepard Fairey, who rose to mainstream prominence for creating...
    TIME’s new cover: Vote. https://t.co/19MLe0Dp5U pic.twitter.com/C2X2Zx8Fzz — TIME (@TIME) October 22, 2020 As the United States enters the final stretch of the 2020 election, TIME is previewing its latest cover in an upcoming dramatic push for people to get out and vote. The magazine has released a new special report with a very straightforward message, which replaces its own logo on the cover for the first time in its history. It shows a woman wearing a face mask with a ballot box on it, all beneath their new title: VOTE. The picture was designed by Shepard Fairey, known for his OBEY brand and the iconic Barack Obama HOPE poster image. Editor-in-Chief Edward Felsenthal accompanied the cover with an article acknowledging the historic moment of the 2020 election, and all it entails for the future of the country “To mark this historic moment, arguably as consequential a decision as any...
    'Tis the season for publications and websites to let us know whether we should feel good about where we live. And U.S. News & World Report's just-released roster should give those who reside in Boulder and Denver, as well as Coloradans in general, a warm glow. The outlet's "150 Best Places to Live in the U.S. in 2020-21" ranks Boulder first and Denver second — and as a bonus, Colorado Springs and Fort Collins finish in fourth and fifth place, respectively. The only other city to squeeze into the top five is Austin, Texas, with the six-through-ten slots occupied by Charlotte, North Carolina; Des Moines, Iowa; Fayetteville, Arkansas; Portland, Oregon, and San Francisco, California. The many lists of this sort seldom agree with each other. For example, Money magazine recently dubbed Parker the second-best place to live in the country and ranked Broomfield eighteenth — yet neither of these communities...
    After graduating from the University of Denver in the ’80s, Jon Niermann landed his first job in the downtown Denver branch of DDB Needham. The agency handled movie premiere screenings at the time, and Disney was one of its clients. Eventually, Niermann took a gig with Disney, where he worked for two decades. He was president of Walt Disney International Asia and followed that with a seven-year run as president of games company Electronic Arts. About six years ago, Niermann, who had moved back to Los Angeles, ended up at a recording studio once owned by Barbra Streisand. There, Billy Ray Cyrus was making the video for “Achy Breaky Heart 2.” Niermann met a guy in the studio who was talking about how much revenue music videos were generating on YouTube. “I thought that all went away when MTV switched formats,” Niermann says. “I started looking and thought, ‘Holy cow...
    KIM Kardashian has revealed she has a framed cover of her first Sun on Sunday Fabulous magazine shoot hanging on her bathroom wall at home. The epic cover picture from January 2011, featuring the American socialite and her sister Kourtney fighting over a handbag on a LA hotel rooftop, takes pride of place inside her £46million mansion. 6Kim Kardashian looks sensational posing in nude shapewear from her Skims brand 6The star revealed she has her epic Fabulous magazine cover from 2011 with sister Kourtney framed in her bathroomCredit: Fabulous The mother of four told Fabulous: “I loved that shoot. It was so much fun. It’s so cute. I have it on my glamour wall (in bathroom).”  She took part in a second interview and picture shoot for Fabulous in LA in 2013 - on that occasion with Kourtney and other sister Khloe. Today she features for a third time on...
    Taylor Swift announced Wednesday that she will be voting for Democratic nominee Joe Biden and running mate Senator Kamala Harris in the 2020 election — her first-ever public presidential endorsement. The superstar broke the news on social media hours before the first and only vice presidential debate between Vice President Mike Pence and Harris. Swift shared an image of herself holding cookies with "Biden Harris 2020" written on them, as well as her cover for V Magazine's "The Thought Leaders issue," in which she spoke about the endorsement in an interview. The cover shows Swift with the word "Vote" superimposed over her face. "I spoke to @vmagazine about why I'll be voting for Joe Biden for president," she wrote on social media. "So apt that it's come out on the night of the VP debate. Gonna be watching and supporting @KamalaHarris by yelling at the tv a lot. And I also have...
    Red Rock Amphitheatre has broken records in 2020: the fewest concerts ever, the most concerts played by an individual artist (Nathaniel Rateliff) and a group of artists (the Colorado Symphony), and the most times the venue has appeared to be closing down for the year...and then didn't. A few weeks ago, it looked like Red Rocks would be shuttered by Denver Arts & Venues by the end of September, with the staff furloughed and a roof-construction problem scheduled. But now the funk-ska-reggae-rock band Float Like a Buffalo has announced that it will be at Red Rocks on October 10, to headline a show with Fort Collins's Graham Good & the Painters. This is the second time that Float Like a Buffalo has played Red Rocks; the first time was back in July 2019, opening for FACE Vocal Band. Related Stories Nathaniel Rateliff and Colorado Symphony Set Red Rocks Records in 2020...
    I like to think of myself as worldly enough to appreciate all kinds of music, but I draw the line at heavy metal. Not all of it — Heavy Metal magazine is a sci-fi institution, and ’80s hair metal and spandexed goons should be cherished — but definitely the guttural, headbanging shit. No offense to the fans of thrash metal, folk metal, death metal, gothic metal, doom metal, industrial metal, grindcore, power metal, speed metal and, of course, the German wave of Neue Deutsche Härte: My stoner ears just aren't that hard-core. But my lungs are darker than any music could be, so what are a few nugs of a strain named Hardcore OG going to do? After smoking a joint of Hardcore OG on an empty stomach, I've learned that when it comes to weed, as with music, toilet paper and porn, I'm more of a soft-core guy. Named...
    “Game of Thrones” stars Rose Leslie and Kit Harington will soon have a little wildling of their own. The soon-to-be parents announced they are expecting their first child in Make Magazine – a British luxury fashion magazine. SOPHIE TURNER AND JOE JONAS WELCOME FIRST CHILD TOGETHER Leslie, who is featured as the subject of the magazine’s cover story, is shown in a variety of outfits, including a striking red coat, a boxy gray suit, and a black polka dot maternity dress. The actress and her former “Game of Thrones” co-star sparked dating rumors in 2012 while working on the series as co-stars. 'GAME OF THRONES' SHOWRUNNERS EXPLAIN DAENERYS' DOWNWARD SPIRAL IN FINAL SEASON However, the pair went public with their relationship in April 2016 during a red carpet appearance at the Olivier Awards in London, USA Today reported. Leslie and Harrington got engaged in September 2017 and were married in...
    Kit Harington and Rose Leslie are expecting their first child.  The couple, both, 33, who met when they starred together in Game of Thrones, revealed their exciting news when Rose showcased her blossoming baby bump in a magazine shoot on Saturday.  A black-and-white picture from the shoot for Make magazine showed the beaming actress, who starred as Ygritte in the series, with her growing bump on full display. Couple: Kit Harington, 33, and Rose Leslie, 33, are expecting their first child (pictured in April 2019) Take a leaf out of Roses book in a laser cut gown by Oscar de la Renta £21070 Oscar de la Renta gown Shop the designer here! Buy now We loved all the couture frocks on the red carpet at the Game of Thrones finale, but we...
    Your coy cat may be paying closer attention than it lets on. A new study published in the journal Animal Cognition found that a cat was able to copy a human’s actions after being trained to do so. While other researchers have studied the ability of animals like dogs, orangutans and rats to mimic human behavior, the authors of the paper claimed this was the first time someone has observed the ability in cats. Most of the existing data on cats’ social learning skills focuses on food, according to the paper. But cats are one of the few species with lots of potential for social learning from humans since they’re kept as pets. Fumi Higaki works with her cat, Ebisu. (Animal Cognition) VIDEOS AND PHOTOS OF ‘CUTE’ ANIMALS CAN REDUCE STRESS, STUDY CLAIMS Claudia Fugazza, the lead author and a professor at Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest, found a dog trainer in Japan,...
    Breakout hip-hop artist Lizzo is making waves, gracing the cover of Vogue Magazine's October 2020 issue.The three-time Grammy award winning singer celebrated the opportunity on her Instagram, posting the cover photo with the caption, "I am the first big black woman on the cover of @voguemagazine. The first black anything feels overdue. But our time has come."She went on to encourage her Black female followers to break records."To all my black girls, if someone like you hasn't done it yet- BE THE FIRST," she wrote.Lizzo calling herself the first "big black woman" on a Vogue cover comes after years of Vogue Magazine and other popular publications being criticized for their lack of diversity and size inclusivity when it comes to cover models.According to a 2018 research piece by Mark Healy and Alyssa Mercante for Ceros, racial inclusivity has increased in the last few years.Between 2012 and 2016, only 23.6% Vogue...
    Lizzo shared her cover shot on the latest issue of Vogue on her Instagram account. In her caption of the post, Lizzo claimed that she is the first ‘big Black woman’ to make the front of the magazine. The musician radiated elegance in the photo. She stunned in a bright red dress, which featured a neckline that plunged into a deep v-neck. The gown was also designed with ruffles that lined the sleeves as well as the bottom of the material. To complete her stunning outfit, the singer also rocked a pair of black high heels. To match her outfit, Lizzo’s lipstick and carefully manicured nails featured the same bright red color. The singer also accessorized by wearing multiple rings on her fingers, a silver bracelet on her right wrist, and a pair of silver hoop earrings. The 32-year-old wore her black hair in an eye-catching bun which was fashioned...
    (CNN)Seventeen years after first publishing "500 Greatest Albums of All Time," Rolling Stone magazine announced that it is giving the list a major update, making it "less rock-centric" in the process. "When we first published the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time in December 2003, Amy Winehouse was still three years from releasing Back to Black, and Kendrick Lamar's good kid, m.A.A.d city, was almost a decade away; many of today's top musicians (and fans) weren't in middle school yet," the magazine said in an article announcing the update. The list now features 154 new albums not previously on the 500 list, and 86 albums from this century. The change represents a massive shift for the magazine, moving to recognize more contemporary albums and a wider range of tastes. Among the standouts are the addition of two Prince albums to the top 50, "Sign O' the Times" at 45 and...
    Neha Dhupia! Armed with an exceptional persona, a strong sense of self, wit and charm, her on-screen shenanigans have taken a U-turn from days of sauciness to thought-provoking roles. A poster girl for the contemporary woman who may not want to flaunt that bikini body but loves to have fun with unconventional fashion, Neha engages with her style arsenal featuring anti-fits, uber-comfortable ethno wear, neo-chic androgynous ensembles, flowy and breezy silhouettes and athleisure. She turned into a cover girl for the Candy magazine this month. Attributed as beautiful and strong, to have fought the rarest of battles and a woman who is super confident in whatever she says and believes. The photoshoot lensed by Denzil Christian, styled by Gumani stylists with glam helmed by Younten Tsomo. Here’s a closer look at her style. Neha Dhupia Birthday Special: Fiesty Chicness Galore, She Makes a Compelling and Sartorial Case for Unconventional Silhouettes...
    Just months after launching a new philanthropic effort and her own magazine, Ayesha Curry is sharing plans to promote fellow Black entrepreneurs at a new brick-and-mortar store in Oakland. Bay Area chef-entrepreneur Ayesha Curry is profiled in the fall issue of Domino magazine. (Photo courtesy of Domino)  Curry’s latest venture comes to light in a Domino magazine cover story. In the fall issue, she discusses her desire to give voice to other Black women and provides the first glimpses into the Atherton home she shares with her husband, Stephen, and their three children. (Not surprisingly, the multi-talented one decorated it herself.) The shop will be an extension of her recently launched lifestyle magazine, Sweet July, and will be located in Uptown Oakland. Besides featuring lifestyle goods either created by or curated by Curry, the business will “dedicate space to emerging Black-owned brands that do not yet have their own storefronts,”...
    The magazine Scientific American has backed Joe Biden for president, saying it felt 'compelled' to choose sides in a presidential election for the first time in its 175-year history.  Editor-in-chief Laura Helmuth said Donald Trump had been far worse for the scientific community than the magazine feared in 2016, when it did not endorse Hillary Clinton.  An editorial published on Tuesday lambasted Trump for mishandling the coronavirus pandemic, questioning the science of climate change and cutting budgets for science and disease prevention.   'The evidence and the science show that Donald Trump has badly damaged the United States and its people because he rejects evidence and science,' senior editor Josh Fischman wrote.  Democratic nominee Joe Biden (pictured in Delaware on Monday) has won the backing of Scientific American magazine ahead of the November election  The publication said it felt 'compelled' to jump off the fence in a presidential election...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Even though Scientific American had never endorsed a presidential candidate in the magazine’s 175-year history, its top editor said Tuesday there was little internal debate over a decision to back Democrat Joe Biden. Editor-in-Chief Laura Helmuth said President Donald Trump’s administration was much worse for the scientific community than the magazine had feared. The magazine’s endorsement was posted online Tuesday, a day after Trump questioned the science of climate change in relation to the California wildfires. Helmuth said the timing was coincidental and the editorial was written during the past two months. Scientific American said that “the evidence and the science show that Donald Trump has basically damaged the United States and its people because he rejects evidence and science.” The editorial by senior editor Josh Fischman sharply condemned Trump for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. The magazine criticized Trump for seeking cutbacks in scientific...
    In a scathing editorial, the monthly, claiming to be the oldest magazine to have never ceased publication in the United States, explains that it did not take this decision “lightly”. But after 175 years of silence for the US presidential elections, “this year we are pressured to do it.” Donald Trump “has deeply damaged the United States and its people, because he rejects scientific evidence,” writes the magazine founded in 1845, which had notably published an article by Albert Einstein in 1950. “The most devastating example is its dishonest and inept response to the Covid-19 pandemic, which claimed the lives of more than 190,000 Americans in mid-September,” writes its editorial board. “In his denial of reality, Trump has hampered US preparations for climate change, falsely claiming that there is no such thing and pulling out of international agreements meant to mitigate” its impact, according to...
    Harley-Davidson is jettisoning Hog magazine and replacing it with a newer and more upscale title, The Enthusiast, as it seeks to broaden its aging fan base with younger riders. The first issue hits Friday with actor Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman on the cover. It’s being mailed to 500,000 Harley-Davidson owners in the US and another 150,000 overseas. Single copies are available on the company’s Web site. The Enthusiast is not a new Harley title. It was first published by Harley-Davidson in 1916. In 1984, the company published both Hog and The Enthusiast but merged it into Hog by 2009. “In a year when so many people have been stuck inside, we passionately believe in inspiring riders and aspiring riders to get out in the world to rediscover adventure through socially-distanced riding,” said Harley-Davidson CEO Jochen Zeitz, who was hired in May to woo new customers and revive sales. Zeitz...
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