Before the bracing torrent of anecdotes and stories issues forth—from an early love of paisley to getting bullied to meeting Cher; from coming out to heady fame to Botox and plastic surgery; all of this delivered lightning-fast and filled with gossipy charm and witty one-liners—Carson Kressley observed some mints and a bottle of still water in front of him. “Life Savers and water! I’ll have fresh breath and be hydrated,” he said brightly. Kressley, most famous as the most flamboyant and “sassy”—as he calls it—member of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy’s “Fab Five,” is sitting in the ninth-floor canteen of IAC, the company that owns The Daily Beast, the Hudson River sparkling in the sun below us to one side, and the skyscrapers of Midtown Manhattan looming out of other windows. Kressley’s new, breezy advice book, Does This Book Make My Butt Look Big?, sat on the table between us, a style guide for “the … [Read more...] about Carson Kressley on Bullying, Coming Out, Botox, the LGBT Legacy of ‘Queer Eye,’ and Knowing Donald Trump
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Photo: PRWeb Photo: PRWeb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PRWeb Following Brain Injury, Artist Rediscovers The World Through a Child’s Eyes 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Artist Bernie Freytag releases "Find Wonder in the Ordinary, A kids book for adults", an exploration of the wonder in the world, through whimsical illustrations and anecdotes. SANGERFIELD, N.Y. (PRWEB) November 19, 2019 It was an ordinary springtime evening in 2000 when Bernie Freytag was training for his first marathon with a bike ride along the Charles River in Boston. Days later, Bernie woke up in Massachusetts General Hospital, surrounded by friends and family who seemed familiar to him, yet he struggled to know exactly who all of them were. For some yet to be … [Read more...] about Following Brain Injury, Artist Rediscovers The World Through a Child’s Eyes
Chris Pratt has housing restrictions as part of his divorce agreement with Anna Faris. TMZ reported the following details:As we told you, Chris and Anna hammered out their divorce with the help of a private judge … who just signed off Wednesday on the deal. According to the docs, they’ve agreed to live no more than 5 miles apart for about the next 5 years. The clause calls for the 5-mile rule to stay in place until Jack completes the 6th grade. Right now, he’s 6 years old … so, that means they’ve got another 5 years living in relatively close quarters. I understand the whole thing about wanting to live near the children, but having it mandated in a divorce settlement is a bit wild to me. Why five miles? Why not 10? Why not 15? Would driving a little bit further really crush this kid? (RELATED: Chris Pratt Once Again Proves He’s One Of The Coolest Men Alive) Five miles can be covered during the course of a short run. Hell, even somebody … [Read more...] about Chris Pratt Has Fascinating Agreement In Divorce Settlement. Does It Make Sense?
(CNN)Deadly bushfires have ravaged parts of Australia in recent weeks, whipped up by soaring temperatures, strong winds and the worst drought in decades. But summer hasn't really even begun -- and fears are growing that conditions will only get worse. More than 100 schools have closed in South Australia as catastrophic fire conditions threatened seven districts across the state Wednesday, including the Mount Lofty Ranges and Mid North, near to the state's capital Adelaide which is home to 1.3 million people. "Any fires that start will be extremely difficult to control and homes are not built to withstand fires in these conditions," said Adam Morgan, meteorologist with the South Australia Bureau of Meteorology in a weather update. Very hot, dry & windy ahead of vigorous front moving across the west in arvo, central & sthn o/night with potential for raised dust. Cool change over #Adelaide just before sunrise - will be hot most of night. Details on Catastrophic Fire Danger … [Read more...] about ‘Catastrophic’ bushfires threaten South Australia — and summer hasn’t even really started
UPDATE: As expected (and desperately hoped), Glenn was absent from this week’s Talking Dead “In Memoriam” segment, fueling speculation that we’ll see the fan favorite again. Here’s what showrunner Scott Gimple had to say about Glenn: “Dear fans of The Walking Dead, this is a hard story to tell and when we were planning to tell it, we knew our friends at the Talking Dead would be talking to you about it and knowing you’d all be talking, and feeling and commiserating, I knew we should say something about it lest our silence say something we didn’t mean to say or not say. So I’ll say this: In some way, we will see Glenn, some version of Glenn or parts of Glenn again, either in flashback or in the current story to help complete the story.” When Glenn Rhee picked up a baseball bat outside of Shirewilt Estates in last season’s midseason premiere “What Happened and What’s Going On,” a chill ran down the … [Read more...] about ‘The Walking Dead’: We Need to Talk About Glenn