Report: Joan Rivers’ Doctor Took A Selfie In The Operating Room

  • The unplanned biopsy on Joan Rivers’ vocal cords, which led to her death, was done without her prior consent, CNN reports. Furthermore, the doctor who performed the procedure took a selfie in the operating room while the comedienne was under anesthesia, a staffer at Yorkville Endoscopy in NYC told investigators. The doctor, who has not been publicly identified, was Rivers’ personal ear, nose and throat doctor, yet was not certified by the clinic to do procedures at the clinic. [CNN]
  • What divorce?! Beyoncé and Jay Z renewed their vows in a commitment ceremony while celebrating Bey’s birthday in Italy earlier this month.  [Daily Mail UK]
  • The duo are also reportedly house hunting in Los Angeles, looking into an $85 million mansion with eight bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, a 16-car garage, and a movie theater. [TMZ]
  • The NFL Players Association, the players’ union, is appealing the indefinite suspension of Ray Rice from the league, arguing that he has been doubly punished. Rice was originally given a two-game suspension for punching his then-fiancee in the head, knocking her unconscious.  [NPR] Keep reading »

Etsy Spotlight: Itty Bitty Starbucks Bracelet

I’m not saying there’s a practical reason to wear itty bitty clay Starbucks cups on your wrist, but I’m not saying there isn’t either. This bracelet can be customized with any of the 60+ food charms seller CMY Klays makes, but that cute little Starbucks cup is totally my favorite. If Frappuccinos are a little too sweet for your taste, you can opt for an iced coffee charm instead. Top it off with a macaron charm for good measure to satisfy your sweet tooth all day long – minus the actual sugar! [$15, CMYKlays]

6 Art Exercises To Help Boost Self-Esteem (From A Professional Art Therapist)

6 Art Exercises To Help Boost Self-Esteem

Every day, we’re bombarded with so many ideas about who we should be and how to look and act that we often lose sight of who we truly are. We all struggle with self-acceptance every once in a while, and need to remind ourselves to love who we’ve become. New York-based Creative Arts Therapist Mallory Denison says art can be therapeutic in helping people to become more compassionate with themselves, and ultimately with others. “People who work on tapping into their true, authentic selves may find themselves happier,” she explains. “Connecting inward is an absolutely core exercise for people who want to work on their self-esteem, self-worth, confidence and happiness.” Try one (or all!) of these simple art exercises to tap into the inner “you” and freely express who you are without fear of judgment. Have fun! Keep reading »

Hamster Competes Against Kobayashi In Hot Dog Eating Contest

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Eat, Little Guy, Eat!

Animal abuse? The best day of this tiny hamster’s life? Hard to say! Either way, someone had the wherewithal to make a pile of itty-bitty, hamster-sized hot dogs and feed them to one lucky rodent, racing against the clock with Takeru Kobayashi, competitive eater and Guiness world record holder for the most hot dog noshed. On July 4th, 2014, Kobayashi set a new record by eating 113 bunless hot dogs in 10 minutes — but how does he hold up against this little guy? [YouTube]

Cara Delevingne Will Star In The Film Adaptation Of John Green’s “Paper Towns”

  • Cara Delevingne will take on the female lead in “Paper Towns” and Nat Wolff is in talks to co-star. The film is based on the young adult novel by John Green, who also wrote “The Fault In Our Stars.” [MTV]
  • Netflix bought two seasons of a Judd Apatow comedy called “Love.” The series will star Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust. [Gawker]
  • The New Yorker takes a peek into full-figured fashion. [New Yorker]
  • “Yeah, $900 is a totally reasonable resell price for a $38 ticket to Lena Dunham’s book tour,” said no one ever. [NYMag.com]
  • Why are Britain’s teen TV shows so much more awesome than America’s? [Bitch] Keep reading »

Why We Should Be Taking Sex Lessons From Men With A Little Extra

Why We Should Be Taking Sex Lessons From Men With A Little Extra

The first time I saw “Crazy, Stupid, Love” and the completely unforgettable scene where Ryan Gosling’s character takes off his shirt and Emma Stone’s character says, “It’s like you’re Photoshopped,” I cringed. It wasn’t just that, “OMG, are you effing kidding me,” that came with those abs, but because I just don’t get it. That’s right, I don’t “get” washboard stomachs, six packs, or whatever they’re being called these days. If you put Ryan Gosling and Zach Galifianakis in front of me, I’m going to with Zach, and I’m not going to have to think about it for even a split second. I’m all over that … and his beard. Read more on YourTango.com…

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