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You've probably noticed by now that, in addition to being adorable, Zooey Deschanel is also really, really funny. So, it only makes sense that when she founded HelloGiggles, she enlisted the help of Sophia Rossi and Molly McAleer to create a hub for hilarity.
For those of us who were kids in the ’80s and ’90s, some of the most significant life lessons came from the TV families who helped raise us. We even knew them better than we knew our own families. Sure, watching so much TV might have rotted our brains a little, but it also provided us with the substantial life lessons we needed to survive our childhood. Here are some valuable life lessons we learned from our favorite TV shows when we were kids.
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Mirrors. They're like frenemies: impossible to avoid in life and sometimes just so spiteful. They can twist and stretch you in all the wrong spots. How do you really know if a mirror is a good one? This was actually a question one of our editors raised during a meeting. So, we asked interior designer and read
While Leonard Nimoy is best known for playing the original Spock on Star Trek and later establishing The
Nimoy Foundation, the recently deceased 83-year-old was also a gifted photographer.
has been exhibited around the world, and in 1997, he released a provocative
photography book called The Full Body read