Anna Ruffino lost her aunt in January 2012, then her mother that November, to the same disease. Continue reading
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I’m not sure what the soul patch wearing Hollywood film star Brad Pitt means when he says “It’s not a journey… every journey ends,” in the commercial for the new CHANEL N°5. Continue reading
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The celebrity hair styling guru has swirled, tossed and pulled some of the most expensive hair in the world. Here, the stylist to the stars talks tips for Harlem tresses, being Kate Hudson’s mane man and food in Harlem. Continue reading
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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt arrived at the Oscars on Sunday as Hollywood’s golden couple and with Harlem world style….
…. and they looked classically glamorous in black and white. The asymmetric neckline also proved to be one of the night’s biggest trends.
By T. A. Moreland
An unlikely hero, a single mother in the male dominated era of 1920s Los Angeles, but Christine Collins (Angelina Jolie) would change the city forever. Collins supervised a bank of phone operators and reluctantly leaves her son…
…on a Saturday morning to put in an extra shift. She dutifully calls neighbors to ask them to look in on him. But she returns later and he’s no where to be found.