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Millennial spending habits are being questioned (again) and the internet isn't here for it
Another day, another headline about millennial spending. Sigh. This time, a study by Barclays looked into generational spending habits found that millennials spend more than £3,300 each year on
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How a New York deli informed Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s feminism
Before the notorious RBG ever heard the word feminism, the iconic deli Russ & Daughters showed her it's possible for women to take over a family business.
How Khloé Kardashian Really Feels About the Tristan Thompson and Jordyn Woods Cheating Drama
• Khloé broke up with Tristan after he cheated on her with her sister Kylie Jenner's friend Jordyn Woods.• Tabloid sources shared a lot about Khloé's feelings on the scandal and why she's done with
How Karl Lagerfeld made an icon of himself
He was more than a legendary designer. Gerd Müller-Thomkins, director of the German Fashion Institute, discussed with DW Lagerfeld's French and German sides, his irony and his unique twist on today's
Crossing the borders of art: Hito Steyerl
As German-Japanese artist Hito Steyerl is honored by Berlin's Academy of Arts, here's more about the first woman to have been listed as the "most influential personality in the international art
'An ad for blackness': how Soul Train made America do the Hustle
It was the ultra-hip music show that put black culture centre stage – with the enigmatic Don Cornelius as its impresario It was Aretha Franklin who made Don Cornelius realise he had hit the big time.
Emma Thompson quits film after John Lasseter joins production
The actor had been due to voice a role in Luck but left the film after Skydance controversially hired the former Pixar chief who has been accused of sexual harassment Emma Thompson has pulled out of a
This MLB power couple is fighting to save 200 union jobs
It all started so innocently. On Sunday night, Eireann Dolan — the wife of Washington Nationals pitcher Sean Doolittle — was in the car with her husband doing some research on official MLB hats,
Khloé Kardashian Posted 3 Emotional Messages on Instagram Before Tristan Thompson's Cheating Scandal Broke
Debbie Will Determine
While there’s little Debbie Allen hasn’t accomplished as a performing artist, one aspect of her career has gone largely overlooked for decades: her achievements as a television director and producer.
The best places to go on the internet if you stan possums
As far as viral animals go, possums have one of the most niche followings: ignored by some, hated by others, and beloved by the very best. If you've just discovered your love of possums (opossums in
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ELLE.com Presents: The Legends Issue
This Twitter thread of people who forgot words will make your day
No matter how intelligent you are, there's always a chance a word will escape your brain right when you need it the most. A recent Twitter thread, started by Paul Coxon — a physicist in materials
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The best 'Due to personal reasons' memes to get you through the day
Everyone needs to take a personal day sometimes. But we're sure that every HR department in the world is probably sick of the phrase "due to personal reasons" when someone requests the day off. After
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Philly People Think They Can Get Bryce Harper to Sign by Challenging His Manhood
Drew Magary on the last big free agent remaining.
Rotten Tomatoes users are trashing “Captain Marvel” before they’ve even seen it
Reviews for Marvel's first woman-led superhero movie aren't out yet. But people who haven't even seen "Captain Marvel" are attacking its star, Brie Larson.
“Robert Mapplethorpe: Choreography for an exhibition” at Museo Madre, Naples
Classic art juxtaposed with the iconic photographer's work in a show that explores human form Symmetry was one of beloved photographer Robert Mapplethorpe‘s obsessions. Now, 30 years after his death,
This director wants to remind Americans of the time 22,000 Nazis attended a ‘pro American rally’
Though Madison Square Garden has hosted its share of performances that the American public might find, to varying degrees, personally offensive — a late summer Nickelback concert back in 2012, for
Thoreau on the Long Cycles of Social Change and the Importance of Not Mistaking Politics for Progress
"The longer the lever the less perceptible its motion... The hero then will know how to wait, as well as to make haste. All good abides with him who waiteth wisely."
Morbid curiosity is the only thing that can save the Oscars now
Its best shot at a TV ratings rebound is to embrace the fiasco: Cut off more speeches! Make the whole thing a shameless "Avengers" event! Let "Vice" win best picture!