Move Over Lemonade, Beyoncé thirsting for WTRMLN WTR

Beyoncé has a sweet tooth. The superstar’s latest venture is an investment in WTRMLN WTR, one of the least expensive, most accessible cold pressed juices on the market. It is made from the millions of pounds of unused waste watermelons in the United States annually (otherwise known as ‘ugly’ fruit). Said Beyoncé: “I invested in […]

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Tony Nominated Lupita Nyong’o Hair Above the Rest

Super talented Lupita Nyong’o not only just scored a Tony nomination for her role in Broadway’s Eclipsed, she also scored on the red carpet at the Met Gala. The highly coveted event’s theme this year was “Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology.” The fashionably fabulous actress was nominated for her leading role in the play which tells […]

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Oprah Winfrey to star in HBO Films’ The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

Oprah is returning to the small screen in THE IMMORTAL LIFE OF HENRIETTA LACKS for HBO Films. Filming set to begin this summer, it’s the true story of Henrietta Lacks, an African-American woman whose cells were used to create the first immortal human cell line. Told through the eyes of her daughter, Deborah Lacks (Winfrey), the film […]

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Teen Vogue’s Amy Astley, Larissa Saveliev & Karen LeFrak Step Out at YAGP Gala

Teen Vogue’s Amy Astley was Honorary Chair at Youth America Grand Prix’s Stars of Today Meet the Stars of Tomorrow gala last Thursday at BAM Howard Gilman Opera House, hosted by Angel Corella and Irina Dvorovenko. The evening featured YAGP’s talented student finalists (stars of tomorrow), from over 30 countries, preforming alongside the worlds most prominent ballerinas […]

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Borgata Hotel & Casino Debuts Premier Nightclub

Atlantic City was poppin’ over the weekend with the grand opening of Premier Nightclub at the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa. Actors Bryan Greenberg and wife Jamie Chung had dinner at Old Homestead Steak House before checking out Ruby Rose’s grand opening set. Former Miss USA Olivia Culpo was there as well as DJ Hannah Bronfman. […]

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Event: Chris Wragge, Richard Kind Host American Cancer Society Taste Of Hope May 25

The American Cancer Society is hosting its 11th annual Taste of Hope event on Wednesday, May 25th, at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City. The prominent culinary, wine, and spirits event hosted by CBS anchor Chris Wragge and actor Richard Kind, features some of New York’s most popular restaurants, chefs and beverage vendors. Guests enjoy […]

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Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs: “I’m going to put out my last album and devote 100 percent of my time to doing films”

Rapper-turned-mogul Sean Combs has built a multimillion-dollar empire on everything you can think of: from music and fashion and fragrance lines, to movies and premium liquor brands and even a TV network. With “No Way Out 2”—his final album—currently in production, he recently sat down with Cigar Aficionado to discuss what’s next for his life […]

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Stella Artois & Visionaire FREE Art in New York May 6-8

Stella Artois will debut the final in a three-part partnership with the luxury limited-edition collectible, Visionaire. Together, the two have released the Visionaire 65 FREE issue, which will be given away for free at a moving art installation throughout New York City from May 6th – 8th. New Yorkers will have the chance to take […]

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Brunch Eats Event Aboard The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum’s Flight Deck May 11

The Village Voice inaugural Brunch Eats breakfast-for-dinner food event, the sister event to the annual sell out event Choice Eats, takes place on Wednesday, May 11th from 8PM – 11PM aboard the top of The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum’s Flight Deck. Brunch Eats will feature 20+ of New York City’s top restaurants with […]

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Dr. Phil: “To tell you the truth, I’m very shy”

That’s TV host Phil McGraw aka Dr. Phil talking to AARP The Magazine current issue about his shyness, his childhood, his transition at 50 to start in television, how he’s a real homebody and much more. Here’s some: On his childhood “When I moved with my dad to Kansas City after ninth grade, we wound up virtually […]

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