The Hills: New Beginnings Trailer Features Audrina Calling Somebody “Literally Insane” and Now We Need to Know Who

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The Real Reason Why Joy Behar Left The View in 2013: ‘Somebody Wanted Me Gone’

When Joy Behar left The View in 2013, it wasn’t exactly her decision to go.

“Somebody wanted me gone,” she says in in this week’s issue of PEOPLE. “It was not 100 percent my choice.”

Up until then, Behar, 74, had been a fixture on the daytime ABC series since her start in 1997. The change came a surprise to her.

“When they told me they weren’t renewing, I said, ‘Good, I’m out of here.’ I didn’t like the way the show was going at that time,” she says.

For more on Behar’s story, pick up this this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands now

As for why, Behar says she never got a straight answer.

“The way I heard it, and I don’t know what’s true because you never know, they got rid of a Republican so they wanted to get rid of a Democrat,” she says. “That’s not the first time I’ve been fired for my politics. So I wasn’t shocked at that analysis.”

For the next two years, Behar made appearances as a guest co-host, until 2015 when she returned full time for the show’s 19th season.

With Donald Trump running for president, “I went back to do politics,” she says. “They told me, ‘It’s going to be smart, and we’re going to pay you more money.’ ”

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Now, Behar says she’s enjoying her job more than ever.

“There’s something about The View that keeps people watching,” she says. “I think it’s the spontaneity, the unpredictability of what’s going to come out of our mouths. The relationships. Some years it works better than others.”

As for her future, Behar has no plans to slow down anytime soon.

“As long as my brain is working, I don’t see how I would retire,” she says.

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Somebody Is Going to Die If Lilly Beth Doesn’t Catch That Bouquet

Somebody Is Going to Die If Lilly Beth Doesn’t Catch That Bouquet

Even those who have never attended a wedding in the South will find laughter in the pages of this deliciously entertaining slice of Southern life and love, complete with recipes, advice, and a huge dose of that famous charm.

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‘Intimacy Art Show’ Will Make You Want To Get Close To Somebody

“Intimate”: It’s one of those loaded words that can imply everything from meaningless sex to a revealing, heartfelt conversation. It can sound warm and inviting, but it can also awaken unsettling fears of risk and vulnerability.

Artists Aaron Tsuru and Kate Sweeney, in an August 22 pop-up show they’ve curated at Rabbithole Studio in Brooklyn, NY, lean in to the saccharine and the sharp-edged implications of the term. “Intimacy Art Show,” a first-time curation collaboration from the two artists, who have been friends and collaborators in other forms for several years, captures their shared fascination with the human urge for closeness. “It may mean something a little different for everyone, but we’ve all experienced it in some way or another,” Sweeney told The Huffington Post via email.

The show features photography by both Tsuru and Sweeney, which reveal the poignancy and risk inherent in getting intimate with someone else. But the curators also admitted that they were overwhelmed by the unexpected and revealing submissions they received from other artists.

“‘Jewels from the Hinterland’ … addresses questions of place, belonging, and perceived cultural identity within the African Diaspora,” said Sweeney of a photo series by Naima Green. “There is such a beautiful, deep sense of intimacy with nature.” In her artist’s statement, Green pointed out, “There is a dominant narrative that situates brown bodies in green spaces for work, never for leisure.” Her photographs subvert this, showing black and brown people relaxing and connecting with their natural surroundings.

Tsuru commented on a rather shocking photograph, by Molly Broxton, of herself with her late dog’s fur. “It was just so beautiful and touching and exactly the kind of atypical thinking I was hoping to see,” Tsuru told HuffPost. “Intimacy is many things, it’s letting people or other beings or things into our lives in a deeper more personal way.” 

Intimacy seems like a self-evidently desirable experience, as the loving smiles and tender embraces in many of these works suggest. But it’s also a fraught process for many people, one that invites the possibility of heartbreak, loss and betrayal. At best, intimacy can be weird, occasionally intrusive, exclusionary to those on the outside. Tsuru told HuffPost they want viewers to confront the more difficult aspects of intimacy as well. “We’d love if some of the viewers even felt a little uncomfortable, in a good way, like feeling a bit broken open.”

“In a good way,” of course, is still the operative phrase. “We hope people walk away from the show with more of an open mind about being intimate,” Tsuru added. “The risk is worth the experience.

View more selections from “Intimacy Art Show” below, and if you’re near NYC, head to Brooklyn to enjoy the one-night-only show Saturday, August 22 at Rabbithole Studio. For more from Aaron Tsuru and Kate Sweeney, check out their personal websites.

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Somebody s Luggage (Webster’s Korean Thesaurus Edition)

Somebody s Luggage (Webster’s Korean Thesaurus Edition)

This edition is written in English. However, there is a running Korean thesaurus at the bottom of each page for the more difficult English words highlighted in the text. There are many editions of Somebody s Luggage. This edition would be useful if you would like to enrich your Korean-English vocabulary, whether for self-improvement or for preparation in advanced of college examinations. Webster s edition of this classic is organized to expose the reader to a maximum number of difficult and potentially ambiguous English words. Rare or idiosyncratic words and expressions are given lower priority compared to difficult, yet commonly used English words. Rather than supply a single translation, many words are translated for a variety of meanings in Korean, allowing readers to better grasp the ambiguity of English without using the notes as a pure translation crutch. Having the reader decipher a word s meaning within context serves to improve vocabulary retention and understanding. Each page covers words not already highlighted on previous pages. This edition is helpful to Korean-speaking students enrolled in an English Language Program (ELP), an English as a Foreign Language (EFL) program, an English as a Second Language Program (ESL), or in a TOEFL or TOEIC preparation program. Students who are actively building their vocabularies in Korean or English may also find this useful for Advanced Placement (AP ) tests. TOEFL, TOEIC, AP and Advanced Placement are trademarks of the Educational Testing Service which has neither reviewed nor endorsed this book. This book is one of a series of Webster s paperbacks that allows the reader to obtain more value from the experience of reading. Translations are from Webster s Online Dictionary, derived from a meta-analysis of public sources, cited on the site.

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‘Til Somebody Loves You, Romantic Comedy Quick-Pick

‘Til Somebody Loves You, Romantic Comedy Quick-Pick

‘Til Somebody Loves YouWhen a copywriter for a Chicago ad agency has to promote a celebrity fragrance, she’s convinced its secret ingredient is the key to her happily-ever-after! MaryBeth Winters weaves advertising slogans with sweet dreams about her office crush, Dean Dineno. Adventures along the way help her discover how much fun it is to be a damsel in distress – who can also save the day.

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Justin Bieber – Born to Be Somebody (from Never Say Never) – Five Finger Piano Book

Justin Bieber – Born to Be Somebody (from Never Say Never) – Five Finger Piano Book

Words and music by Diane Warren / recorded by Justin Bieber / arr. Tom Gerou Recorded by Justin Bieber and featured in the motion picture Never Say Never, this inspirational power ballad arrangement is set in traditional five-finger style with the melody split between the hands and without a key signature in the student part. Dotted quarter notes, triplets, and sixteenth notes have been avoided. An optional duet accompaniment is provided for a fuller, richer musical experience, and lyrics are included. Item: 00-37692 UPC: 038081422664 ISBN 10: 0739082159 ISBN 13: 9780739082157 Category: Piano Solo – Popular Sheet Format: Sheet Instrument: Piano Level: Elementary Version: Five Finger Piano

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