Why Is CBD Everywhere?

Cannabidiol is being touted as a magical elixir, a cure-all now available in bath bombs, dog treats and even pharmaceuticals. But maybe it’s just a fix for our anxious times.
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The Sound of ‘Housewives’ Everywhere

Behind the scenes with the men who make America’s favorite “ladies” into drama queens.
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All Ears: Always-On Listening Devices Could Soon Be Everywhere

Tiny microphones are moving us toward a world in which all gadgets can respond to a voice command. For those worried about privacy: meet a $ 200 trash can.


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Crime: Keep Watch Over Your Children: Danger Lurks Everywhere

In Marilyn Stasio’s latest Crime column, we meet a murderous nanny, an abducted teenager, a little boy stranded in the high desert and a mad bomber.
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Snapchat Looking to Publish Content on Third-Party Websites With ‘Stories Everywhere’ (Report)

Snapchat maker Snap Inc. is getting ready to take some of its content beyond its app: Snap is developing a new program dubbed Stories Everywhere that will allow third-party publishers to embed Snapchat content on their websites, according to a new Cheddar report. Snap didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. The project is […]



To Prove A Point, This Woman Wore Her ’90s Bridesmaid Dress Everywhere

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Stephen Colbert: Russian Agents ‘Followed Me Everywhere’ In Russia

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How a Pro Snowboarder Created Those Headphones You See Everywhere

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Danielle Brooks Just Made Women Everywhere Feel Better About Stretch Marks

Like any of us, Danielle Brooks sometimes has a hard time accepting her stretch marks. But she doesn’t let them define her. 

The “Orange Is The New Black” actress recently opened up about her stretch marks for People magazine’s 2017 Most Beautiful Woman issue. 

“Sometimes I’ll look at myself and be like, ‘Dang girl, you got a lot of stretch marks.’ But then I’m like, ‘That’s just the road map of my strength,’” she said. 

The 27-year-old added, “They remind me of things that I’ve gone through. I need to just embrace them and celebrate them. For the most part, I find ways to embrace my body.” 

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Brooks recently shared photos from her People shoot, where she went make-up free for the mag, alongside fellow actress Nina Dobrev. The “OITNB” star explained why she chose to go barefaced in an empowering Instagram post. 

“For the girls who never felt pretty enough or were made to feel less than because their beauty was unique, I was you once. One day you will realize your B•E•A•U•T•Y. Outer beauty is fleeting, but lasting beauty comes from within,” the actress wrote. “This one is especially for all the beautiful dark skin girls who are underrepresented. Majestic is our melanin.” 

Check out People’s Most Beautiful issue or pick up a copy when it hits newsstands Friday, April 21.  

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There Is Coconut Everywhere

The sweet, pulpy fruit is now on every grocery shelf as consumers lap up healthy fats and plant foods. It is made into water, milk, flour for baking, oil for cooking and transformed into snack chips.
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7 Spring Lipstick Trends You’re About to See Everywhere

Color trends like bright red, unapologetic magenta, and concentrated orange were all over the runways. And now they should be all over your lips.
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Pharrell Williams, Making Noise for ‘Hidden Figures’ Everywhere

This in-demand star has been deeply involved with the film, a story of representation that he cares about profoundly.
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The Internet of Things Is Everywhere, But It Doesn’t Rule Yet

The Internet of Things Is Everywhere, But It Doesn’t Rule Yet

2015 was the year everyone started making plans, laying groundwork, and building the infrastructure for the day when all our devices are connected.

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Prepare to Wear Fall’s Most Stylish Flats Absolutely Everywhere

This fall, make some space in your closet for the most versatile shoe you’ll ever own: the pointed-toe flat. The look is polished enough for a cocktail party, works for the office, and makes for a chic, unexpected accent when paired with always-casual boyfriend jeans. See our styling tips for every situation below and prepare to fall in love.

For the office:


If flats tend to feel too casual for your office, rejoice. Done in an office-appropriate neutral hue, the strong pointy toe is formal enough to work with pencil skirts and skinny trousers.

For a date night:

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Styling a party-ready outfit doesn’t mean you have to teeter around on stilettos all evening. Instead, try a pointed-toe flat with extra after-hours flare like studs or straps.

For a casual weekend:

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The perfect finishing touch to a laid-back fall uniform of leather and denim is the walk-everywhere flat. This fall, try on a pointed style with laces that start near the toe and wrap straight up the ankle.

Shop our favorites for fall below.

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Swiss Airlines’ New Cabin Design Needs To Happen Everywhere, Right Now

Why can’t all airplane cabins get the Swiss treatment?

After the Internet panicked over a design that makes passengers face each other in a sardines-like, shoulder-to-shoulder seating situation, this spacious new concept should elicit a collective sigh.

The breathtaking cabin below was created for Swiss International Airlines’s new fleet of 777-300ER planes by Priestmangoode, a British design and brand consultancy firm.

“We wanted to pick up the cultural significances” of Switzerland, said Nigel Goode, a director at Priestmangoode and a leader on the project.

European travelers want a more open cabin that also gives them some privacy, he said, so he and his team focused on elements that give the passenger flexibility in succinct, Swiss fashion.

Seats in the economy class are upholstered in cream-colored fabrics and wood paneling continues throughout; passengers are assisted by a self-service kiosk and mobile charging stations.

Business class seats are more like little cubicles, with headphone hangers and straps for storing books, magazines and beverages.

But the first class design is what we think of when we picture flying in style.

In addition to a 32-inch flat screen TV, seats here recline into a six-and-a-half-foot bed. A retractable partition gives passengers three privacy options, and a personal wardrobe with doors that can be pulled together fully encloses the passenger as if they were riding in a train car.

“One of the things I get a big kick out of when other people see the design is that they’ll say it looks so Swiss,” Goode told The Huffington Post. “You can sit in the seat and everything lines up and it’s quite precise.” 

Swiss ordered an update to six of its Boeing 777-300ERs, and Goode said they’ll be in use starting in January 2016.

Swiss says its Boeing 777s hold about 330 passengers, and will be used for “ultra long routes,” or connections including San Francisco, Los Angeles, Sao Paulo and Bangkok.

While this makes us want to book a trip to Switzerland immediately, Goode said there’s hope for passengers on U.S.-based airlines. Priestmangoode is working with United Airlines to improve their cabins, and Goode said he sees American companies starting to take notice of the finer details. 

In the U.S., Goode said, “There tends to be more interest in the business, premium and economy areas, rather than first [class] itself. We’re working on a project that looks at this level of detail throughout the cabin, [such as] quality of finishes and attention to detail.”

We can hardly wait.

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Essence Festival Attracts Thousands To New Orleans To Celebrate, Empower Black Lives Everywhere

NEW ORLEANS — Thousands trekked to New Orleans this July Fourth weekend to celebrate the much-anticipated 21st annual Essence Festival.

This year’s celebration by Essence, one of the leading black women’s magazines, is expected to attract hundreds of thousands of visitors to a city still making progress to restore itself from the devastation Hurricane Katrina left behind 10 years ago. More than 500,000 people attended last year’s four-day festival, and this year’s event will recognize and discuss important issues that have plagued the black community both before and since Katrina hit.

“Essence Festival is an important gathering where we show who we are as a community, not defined by what others think of us but by how we see ourselves and how we live and love,” Essence’s Editor-In-Chief Vanessa K. De Luca said on Friday. “This weekend, we’ll be bringing the love.”

Nearly 120 thought leaders, politicians and celebrities — and their fans — flocked to the Ernest N. Morial Convention center on Friday to participate in a three-day experience that promises empowering discussions on issues affecting black men, black women and their families.

De Luca explained that Essence has always been a beacon for black women since it first launched 45 years ago, and the introduction of the festival in 1995 was a way to celebrate the richness of the black community as a whole. Over time, the Essence Festival has been recognized as one of the biggest and most elaborate curated festivals in the world — and this year is no different.

“Essence is more than a music festival, it’s an experience,” Marc Morial, the CEO of the National Urban League and the former mayor of New Orleans, told HuffPost. “And the serious conversations that take place are indispensable. They give people the opportunity to coalesce around important issues.”

This year, the festival is honoring a mission centered on “Peace, Purpose and Prayer,” with a series of events scheduled for Friday that aimed to bring peace through powerful dialogue, while Saturday’s events focused on purpose and Sunday on prayer. Because of this, the weekend’s lineup is filled with influential names and professional experts like Sybrina Fulton, the Rev. Al Sharpton, Deepak Chopra, Steve Harvey and many more who will undoubtedly deliver on this mission.

While the Essence exhibition kicked off on Friday, the festival officially welcomed attendees on Thursday by facilitating a day of service in commemoration of this year’s 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Volunteers participated in events throughout the city that involved refurbishing and beautifying grounds, and donating books to local schools.

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“After Katrina, this area was in disarray, as was the Superdome; it was probably a site of one of the great failures in American history when we as a country gasped at the possibility that we can leave so many fellow citizens behind,” New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu said on Friday. “My brothers and sisters, all of us, on the streets and under water.”

While some progress has been made throughout the city, many areas remain demolished and unrecovered from the destruction Katrina left behind. Discussions on how to bring positive change through engaging the community and rebuilding heavily damaged schools and homes are encouraged throughout the weekend.

Meanwhile, special emphasis will also be given to the Black Lives Matter movement and discussing events that have occurred in recent months that highlight racial injustice in America — and what we should do to help address it.

“Anytime we can gather in love, and in celebration, is a radical act because so often when we’re gathering, it’s a funeral or it’s an uprising, or an injustice,” director Ava DuVernay, who was among this year’s celebrity guests, told HuffPost.

“Most of the public gatherings you see are around anguish and chaos so I think the Essence Festival is really important because we’re holding hands and smiling and holding each other up and that’s crucial to show.”

Like DuVernay, many other celebrities flocked to New Orleans to support this year’s festival.

Entertainers including Erykah Badu, Common, Missy Elliott, Kendrick Lamar, Charlie Wilson, Kevin Hart and more will perform live nightly shows to celebrate their work and its power to unify.

“I love music, I love hearing about artists, and watching them perform is amazing,” Gisselle English, a 25-year-old IT specialist from Florida, told HuffPost. “I love everything that the Essence Festival has to offer here, from fashion to tips on success; it’s all extremely empowering.”

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If You Look Hard Enough, Vaginas Are Everywhere

“I think that all pussies are perfect, in being un-perfect… My pussy, your pussy, everybody’s pussy is f**king perfect.”

That’s how Chelsea Jones responded when Bullett Media asked her to describe the perfect pussy. Amen, sister.

Jones and her friend Eva Sealove aren’t usually asked by media outlets to describe their idea of the “perfect pussy” — well, until recently. About nine months ago, the two L.A. natives created an Instagram account called “Look At This Pusssy,” which curates images of objects and sceneries that look like vaginas.

In less than a year, the account has accumulated over 5,500 followers. Censoring anatomy can have a stigmatizing effect, as if something must be hidden because of the way it looks. From t-shirts to different kinds of food and even tree trunks, the images on Jones’ and Sealove’s Instagram account prove that vaginas can be found anywhere and everywhere.

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Although the images may be a bit NSFW, the two say they created the account to remind everyone that vaginas come in all shapes, sizes and colors. And each vagina is perfect.

By posting different images of objects that look like vaginas, Sealove and Jones hope to normalize attitudes towards vaginas and all the shapes and sizes they come in. The two post images they’ve taken and also accept submissions.

“I wanted to create a space where people can feel like ‘it’s normal to feel like this’ or ‘it’s normal that I look like this,'” Jones told Bullett. “Everything is a pussy and everything about a pussy is beautiful. I don’t want anyone to ever feel shame about that and this is sort of a way for us to drive home that message, and be funny with it too.”

Jones said that she and Sealove want to empower women with “Look At This Pusssy,” and they love that some of their followers are teenage girls. “To me, I don’t think there’s anything vulgar about our account because our message is anti-shame and acceptance of your own body,” Sealove said. “It makes me really emotional to see girls at that age respond to our content. It’s really hopeful to me, because of how hard it is to grow up as a female and come into your own.”

Take a look at a few (semi-NSFW) images from Sealove’s and Jones’ “Look At This Pusssy” account that look very similar to vaginas.

This pussy is a progressive male pussy wanting to do right by female counterpart. Bend ur brain 4 a couple secs and consider males (sis-penip males & otherwise): Pussy making some progress these days (s/0) but with advancement of pussy female/ female gender comes inevitable crisis of masculinity leading to many Q’s for males including but not limited to: Am I creepy? Am I the patriarchy (I don’t think so bc i try to be Nice guy but perhaps I doth protest too much or some shit?)? Am I useful? Here’s the deal, males, if I may be so bold (I may be bc I can do wtvr tf I want duh): The pussy empathize w the struggle to be Correct and Nice male. We do not hate u bc we love ourselves. If u are Nice guy and treat pussy female with Consideration, this is much appreciated and the best way. TY 4 have awareness. Corrective action probably most potent on a 1- 1 level; systemic change happens gradually between individual Humans in relationships so act like a fuckng Human and listen to the ideas of other Humans. V simple. A kiss! to u and ur kin. @mgilmore1112

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is everything a lie or is this the sweetest little grandma pussssy @ex_florist

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this is meta pussy. Do not be disrespect toward this placid creature who is in repose and purring. S/0 @unfucked_420

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Head over to “Look At This Pusssy” to see more from Sealove and Jones.

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Life-Changing Epiphanies Were Everywhere on Last Night’s Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce!

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ANNIE Movie (2014) – Now Playing Everywhere!

See the movie audiences can’t stop talking about in theaters everywhere!
Get tickets now and take your family over the holidays

Genre: Musical / Comedy / Family
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Directed by: Will Gluck
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Based on the musical stage play “Annie”
Book by Thomas Meehan
Music by Charles Strouse
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Beyonce Crashed A Wedding In Italy And Brides Everywhere Died Of Jealousy

The greatest thing you can ever imagine happened to one lucky bride in Italy this weekend: Beyoncé crashed her wedding!

If you don’t believe us, here’s proof — the happiest looking bride in the world with Queen Bey herself:

According to reports, Jay-Z and Beyoncé were vacationing in Portofino, Italy when they happened to run into a wedding at a local church. The rest is history.

BRB, we have to go die of jealousy now.

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Public Art: Here, There, Everywhere


It’s not that often that we Angelinos park our cars and just walk. Several weeks ago, I found myself strolling through Downtown LA rediscovering, to my delight, a treasure trove of public art, which I talked about in a recent program. The audience response was surprisingly enthusiastic.

Glorya wrote, “Loved them all, and have never seen any of them… So many of us are always in a hurry and really do not take the time. Terrible shame.” Ann said, “…this city really IS such a great adventure.” And Yassmin sent me a note saying, “I will be taking a tour of Citigroup Center very soon. I had no idea this wonderful art was in my backyard!” Inspired by these responses, I decided to spend more time driving and walking through the nooks and crannies of LA in search of art in public spaces.


Visiting the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena always puts me in a particularly good mood. Some of the most famous bronze sculptures by Rodin greet visitors at the museum’s entrance, including his The Burghers of Calais and Monument to Balzac. These sculptures are installed to maximum effect amidst the beautifully designed landscape. It’s interesting that another cast of Rodin’s Balzac can be seen at LACMA’s campus, though there, it is shown to a much lesser effect, being overwhelmed by nearby Chris Burden’s massive Urban Light.


I wonder how many of you have ever walked in front of Pasadena’s City Hall. The last time I did it was 15 years ago, when the new, gigantic sculptural portraits of Jackie Robinson and his brother Mack were unveiled there as a part of the Pasadena Robinson Memorial, a collaboration of three artists: Ralph Helmick, John Outterbridge, and Stuart Schechter. Somehow, I forgot how monumental these portraits are. Each of them is nine feet high and weighs 2,700 pounds. It is no surprise that people are constantly snapping photos of themselves in front of these formidable sculptures.


Not far away, in walking distance from Pacific Asia Museum, I literally stumbled upon the impressive life-size bronze sculpture of Christ being nailed to the cross. One wouldn’t be surprised to see such work standing proudly in front or inside of a church. But here, on the pavement in front of a modest-looking building, the crucifix is placed almost flat on the ground. Christ is held and pressed down by two figures, one of them poised to strike the final nail into Jesus’ hand. I looked around for a nameplate to identify the sculptor, but could not find it. After a little bit of research, I found out that the sculpture was commissioned by Fuller Theological Seminary and created by LA-based artist, Christopher Slatoff. So, I not only found an interesting public artwork, but also learned about Fuller Theological Seminary, with its beautifully landscaped campus.


Driving through Downtown LA along Main Street, I saw a rather dramatic mural of a single, moody cartoon-like figure decorating the wall of a rather nondescript commercial building. It was impressive enough to make me stop and get out of my car to snap some photos. Acclaimed Brazilian artist Claudio Ethos was commissioned a couple of years ago to make this 60 by 80 foot mural, which took him five days to complete – using spray cans, a few rollers, and only two colors.


Then, later in the evening, driving along Santa Monica Boulevard in Beverly Hills, I was struck by two sculptures – installed and lit to the maximum effect. In the daytime, it is easy to miss them, but at night they really shine. One of them is a figure of a sitting man, whose translucent body looks as if it’s made from metal lace. This is a sculpture by internationally known Catalan artist, Jaume Plensa.


A few steps away, there is a large, playful painted sculpture of twisting, dancing, and morphing flowers by Japanese artist extraordinaire, Yayoi Kusama, who is alive and kicking at the ripe young age of 84.

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