Willow Smith needed something to whip back ‘n’ forth at LA Live’s Christmas Tree Lighting. I think the candy cane braids did the trick. I’m wondering what kind of hair-whipping accessory she’ll have for the New Year’s Eve celebration with Dick Clark. Giant balls? That was wrong. Willow is adorable. Keep reading »
Perhaps the biggest television happening of the week: Barbara Walters’ “10 Most Fascinating People” special, which will be airing Thursday night. However, her “fascinating” choices put us to sleep, so we’re going to go ahead and skip it. What will we be watching instead? This week’s best offerings are all a little nerdy, from Barack Obama appearing on “Mythbusters” to National Geographic’s Big Cat Week. After the jump, previews and details for our television picks this week.
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At first glance, this picture appears to be two pandas cuddling their adorable cub. But it’s actually two workers at the Hetaoping Research and Conservation Center for the Giant Panda in China decked in panda garb, attempting to comfort and acclimate a four-month-old panda cub to the wild. Um, yes to all of that! [NYMag.com] Keep reading »
So it’s as cold as a witch’s tit in NYC today, yet we all managed to come to work dressed in our own personal style. Check out what we’re wearing. And send your photo and outfit descriptions to WhatAreYouWearing@TheFrisky.com.
“I used to look like a deer in headlights on the red carpet. You step out of the car and it’s bedlam. Everyone’s got crazy eyes. Now, I have a martini before I leave — just to take the edge off it.”
—Emily Blunt on how she always looks like a super star on the red carpet. Hubby John Krasinski on her arm doesn’t hurt either. [People] Keep reading »
Retirement seems so far away. Then again, so did 30 and that’s all up in my grill. Like other distant things, thinking about retirement is easy to delay in favor of the triage of daily life. But objects in the mirror are closer than they appear. Since there’s no way to rapidly save for retirement besides a windfall (hello, lottery!), it’s critical to begin saving ASAP. Le sigh. This article will guide you through the basics of the time value of money and its progeny, the 401(k). Keep reading »