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Bruce Jenner comes out as Caitlyn on the cover of Vanity Fair Magazine 060915

Ex-Olympian Bruce Jenner officially comes out as a woman

The gold medal winner of the 1976 Olympic decathlon and member of the much talked about Kardashian klan, Bruce Jenner, is continuing to create a lot of buzz. First, with the announcement of his plans to make a transition to a woman and now publicly introducing the world to Caitlyn. Jenner revealed his new female image on the cover of July’s Vanity Fair magazine. The cover and the pictorial inside were shot by acclaimed  photographer Annie Leibovitz. The issue is due to hit newsstands on Tuesday, June... Read More →

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New year, get inspired: Actor Tom Arnold drops 89 pounds!

  A lot of folks are making New Year’s resolutions to improve their lives. Not a bad idea. Yet, the statistics show most drop kick those resolutions to the curb by spring. If you made a get healthy resolution — right on. Here’s some inspiration. Last April, actor ,Tom Arnold, made the life-changing decision to get in shape. Several months later, he’s in People Magazine talking about his incredible weight loss of 89 pounds. To do it, he had to give up some favorite foods, cake and... Read More →

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Does daydreaming make you smarter?

You might think daydreaming is a waste of time, but according to some new research it can be one of the best ways to pump up your brain power. On The New Yorker website, in an article “The Virtues of Daydreaming,” Jonah Lehrer argues mind-wandering allows those creative and problem solving juices to flow freely. And that’s a good thing. Read about it here.

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Photo Gallery: Magic and the Dodgers score a Sports Illustrated cover

It’s a whole new ball game for the Los Angeles Dodgers this season. New management, including NBA great Magic Johnson, players in top form like Matt Kemp, oh, and the best record in baseball. Now that’s something for fans to cheer about. No wonder the Dodgers are the cover story for the May 28 issue of Sports Illustrated titled “Fun and Games in LA.” Yeah, bring it on!

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Rihanna named 2011 Sexiest Woman Alive!

Pop singer and fashion risk-taker, Rihanna, displayed her special kind of heat on the cover of Esquire’s November issue. The magazine named the 23-year-old Barbados native, 2011 Sexiest Woman Alive! On the Internet today, there is some debate about whether the entertainer really deserves the title. People magazine has more on Rihanna’s new title. Also, to ah, see more of Rihanna and check out the runners-up … click over to the Esquire website.

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ShowBiz Bits:Lindsay Lohan’s drug test, that gate crasher at Warner Bros. & Gabby Sidibe’s magazine cover

Uh-oh! Lindsay Lohan failed a court-ordered drug test Instead of calling a news conference when they’re in deep, deep, whatever, a lot of celebs turn to Twitter to tell their side of the story. The latest to do so, the troubled Lindsay Lohan. Late Friday reports were all over the Internet about Lohan possibly testing positive for drugs. Early Saturday morning, Lohan went online and copped to failing a recent drug test on her Twitter page. Here’s a sampling of what she wrote: “Regrettably, I did in fact fail my most recent drug test and if... Read More →

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The scandalous Tiger Woods & that Vanity Fair cover story

Photo: Annie Leibovitz/Vanity Fair website Golf Superstar Tiger Woods’ life is a train wreck that we can’t stop gawking at or shaking our heads about. I admit it, I’m shocked at some of the salacious stuff Tiger is accused of doing. Meanwhile, a pre-scandal Tiger is shown on the cover of the February issue of Vanity Fair. Does he look a bit sinister in this photo? Over on the mag’s website, the photo of the shirtless 33-year-old athlete, staring unsmiling into the camera, appears a number of times. So I couldn’t help but... Read More →

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