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110 Golden Globes Dresses We’re Still Dreaming About

It was almost impossible not to call every 2018 Golden Globes dress a win - especially since all the women stood in unison wearing black gowns to take a stand against sexual harassment . The year before that, the 2017 dresses were beyond glamorous, so you see, we have reason to take a look back at them all. Leading up to the 2019 awards, you deserve to reminisce about the best of the best

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10 reasons for the blue sky explosion in New York City

We’ve got the official explanation for why the sky went an unnatural blue last night in New York City. The Con Edison (NYC) electrical company’s explanation is the most feasible – that an electrical fire caused the whole mess. In our feature today we’d like to explain what really happened, first and foremost – then we’d like to explore some … Continue reading

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New dinosaur feathers discovered on pterosaurs

New evidence was discovered that suggests feathers started appearing on animals around 70 million years earlier than previously suspected. Two anurognathid pterosaurs were studied by a group of paleontologists and research was published this week on their findings

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How It Girls Pull Off Athleisure When It’s Freezing Out

Whether you’ve been a fan of the trend since its humble beginnings or you’re just getting into it now, you can’t deny that athleisure has become an aesthetic greater than anyone could have imagined.

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Prometheus made real: Constellations found in caves

It’s almost like Prometheus was prophesying the findings published today. In the film, researchers discover the same set of symbols depicting a single star constellation in multiple (newly discovered) ancient caves across the planet. In today’s study, researchers analyzed already-known archeological sites, finding a set of symbols representing an array of constellations that track to our night sky today

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The Items No One Is Wearing in Paris

In late September of this year, I traveled to Paris to spend a couple of weeks of vacation in one of my most favorite cities in France. I dined at delicious restaurants (Le Baratin, Clown Bar, and Frenchie—to name a few), strolled in charming parks and gardens (Jardin du Luxembourg, Parc des Buttes-Chaumont, Jardin des Tuileries), and in general soaked up the glorious ambiance that this so-called City of Light boasts that the rest of the world (IMHO) cannot.

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Pokemon Let’s Go trailer introduces Master Trainers

As of today, we’re exactly four weeks out from the launch Pokemon Let’s Go.

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All Hail Duchess Fergie, the Unsung Royal Fashion Hero

Eighties fashion  is back, and we're plundering the archives on a daily basis for original outfit inspiration. Fortunately for our keyboard-weary fingers,  Princess Eugenie just saved us a whole heap of work: The royal recently joined Instagram and has dedicated a collection of her first posts to throwback shots of her mother, Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York. Fergie has long been seen as a bit of a rebel in regal circles, and during the peak years of her public exposure, she was cast into the fashion shadow of Princess Diana, but a glance into the history books will show that the former wife of Prince Andrew had some cracking looks a few decades back—so cracking, in fact, that we have a feeling we're copying them without even realizing (just see all of the polka-dot action for starters)

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Meghan Markle’s Bright Blue Coat Is as Regal as Can Be

After debuting her charity cookbook, Together: Our Community Cookbook , Meghan Markle hosted a launch party at Kensington Palace to celebrate. For the special occasion , the Duchess of Sussex arrived at the palace with her mother, Doria Ragland , and husband, Prince Harry, by her side

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Angelina Jolie and Lady Gaga Are the Only Ones Who Own This New It Bag

Plenty of It bags have gone in and out of favor in Hollywood over the years—remember the Balenciaga motorcycle bag everyone had to have because of the Olsens ?

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