Jennifer Aniston may have toned her look way down in “Cake,” the film for which she is nominated for Best Actress in a Drama, but her look at the 2015 Golden Globes is anything but.
The actress looks phenomenal in a black, backless Saint Laurent gown, Neil Lane jewelry and, wait for it, an UPDO. Yes, an updo.
Aniston is known for her classic style so it is quite refreshing to see her try something new, especially when it comes to that famous head of hair. Continue reading “Jennifer Aniston’s Golden Globes Dress Is A Departure From Her Classic Look And We Love It”
Money can only buy happiness up to a point. But just how much you need to get to that threshold really depends on where you live, according to a new analysis by Doug Short, vice president of research at investment group Advisor Perspectives.
Short’s analysis found that if you live in a place like Hawaii, where the cost of living is relatively high, a household needs to make $122,175 per year before some extra cash doesn’t really translate into more happiness. In Mississippi, by comparison, the threshold at which more money stops making you happier is a lot lower: $65,850 per year.
How much money do you need to make in your state before more money doesn’t really make you all that happier? We created a map so you could find out. Continue reading “Here Is The Income Level At Which Money Won’t Make You Any Happier In Each State”
“Friends” star David Schwimmer has been dubbed a hero for helping New York City police solve an alleged stabbing that occurred near his Manhattan home this week.
According to CNN, the 47-year-old actor invited the NYPD into his East Village townhouse on Monday, May 26, “to view his surveillance video of a bloody brawl that took place in the adjacent apartment building.” The fight, which is said to have been sparked by the theft of a computer, reportedly involved three individuals, one of whom suffered stab wounds to the face. Continue reading “‘Friends’ Star Helps NYPD Solve Crime”
Whatever you came up with, it likely paled in comparison to the $40,000 three friends found in their couch, a secondhand piece of furniture they’d just picked up at a thrift store. Continue reading “Friends Find $40,000 Hidden In Secondhand Couch, And Do The Right Thing”
“How do we hold a moment?”
That is the seemingly simple question posed and pondered within “Still Life,” an incredible work directed by Charles Frank and Jake Oleson and posted by ZANDRAK. Continue reading “‘Still Life’ Is A Powerful Poem On Moments In Motion”
Sony has released the first trailer for your friendly neighborhood “Amazing Spider-Man” sequel, “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.” Starring Andrew Garfield as the title webslinger and featuring a trio of villains — Jamie Foxx’s Electro, Paul Giamatti’s Rhino and The Green Goblin, played by either Dane DeHaan or Chris Cooper — Marc Webb’s “Amazing Spider-Man” follow-up arrives in theaters on May 2, 2014. Continue reading “‘Amazing Spider-Man 2’ Trailer Will Tingle Your Spidey Sense”
Jennifer Aniston has gone and done it again: She chopped off her hair into a short, chic bob and shocked us all.
On Monday, Nov. 4, Aniston debuted her new short hair while out in Beverly Hills, according to X17Online.com, which obtained exclusive snapshots of the star. The 44-year-old’s blond tresses have been chopped into a short, angular bob that falls just below the nape of her neck and is longer in the front.
Aniston got six inches of her honey-hued hair cut by Chris McMillan last week, and it was a spontaneous move. Continue reading “Jennifer Aniston Chops Her Hair Into Short Bob After Brazilian Blowout Snafu”
NEW YORK — Officials say new projections show 800,000 New York City residents could be living in flood zone that would cover a quarter of the city’s land by the 2050s as rising seas and other effects of global warming take hold.
The number of 90-degree days in the city could double or even triple to echo what Birmingham, Ala., now has. And 8 percent of New York City’s coastline could flood just from high tides. Continue reading “New York City Flooding: By 2050s, 800K NYers Could Be Living In Flood Zone”
NEW YORK — A gang of cyber-criminals stole $45 million in a matter of hours by hacking their way into a database of prepaid debit cards and then fanning out around the globe to drain cash machines, federal prosecutors said Thursday.
Brooklyn U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch called it “a massive 21st-century bank heist” and compared its size to the Lufthansa heist in the late 1970s immortalized in the film “Goodfellas.” Lynch said the fraudsters had moved with astounding speed to loot financial institutions around the world. Continue reading “ATM Fraud Allows Thieves To Steal $45 Million In Hours”
NEW YORK — Many of the tens of thousands of New Yorkers stopped, questioned and sometimes frisked by police in the past decade were wrongly targeted because of their race, lawyers for four men who claim they were illegally stopped said Monday. Continue reading “MAKING HISTORY”