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Grimes and Azealia Banks subpoenaed in Elon Musk lawsuit

Musicians ordered to preserve evidence related to a tweet by Musk that shareholder plaintiffs claim caused financial losses to TeslaThe US district court of northern California has granted a motion to subpoena the musicians Grimes (AKA Claire Boucher) and Azealia Banks in the ongoing lawsuit against Tesla founder Elon Musk brought by a group of the company’s shareholders.Additional subpoenas will be served against the publications Business Insider, the New York Times and tech website Gizmodo. Th...
Tags: Business, Music, Elon Musk, Technology, Media, Celebrity, California, US, Social Media, Tesla, Life and style, World news, Regulators, US news, Stock Markets, Culture


Zappos Roundup: Dresses and Boots

In my experience, the Zappos online shipping experience cannot be beat which is why they made my list of highlights for 2018 — again! All shipping is free in the US, and it’s FAST. I’ve ordered something at night and received it the next day with no extra charge. Items are well packed, and the boxes are robust (an important factor when packages stand out in the rain here in Seattle). Zappos honours their return policy and refunds are quick. They’ll accept a return a year later, and listen to you...
Tags: Fashion, US, Lists, Zappos, Rich, ASL, Inge, Seattle Zappos, Frye Veronica, Frye Carson Piping Bootie, Frye Melissa Deco Chelsea, Maggy London Catalina Crepe, Donna Morgan Geo, Maggy London Flemish Tile Scuba Crepe Sheath Dress, Sleeve Scuba Crepe Sheath, Franco Sarto Zelda


Ashdeen Lilaowala: The ‘gara’ goes mod

Traditional Parsi embroidery finds contemporary expression with fresh motifs and colours while retaining its multicultural roots in the hands of textile designer Ashdeen Z. Lilaowala Ashdeen Z. Lilaowala at his flagship store in Delhi. Photo: Priyanka Parashar/Mint Article by Sohini Dey For his most recent collection Vintage Tales, textile designer Ashdeen Z. Lilaowala has taken inspiration from old Parsi photographs. One of the standout saris in the collection borrows its motifs from a gara s...
Tags: Fashion, Life, China, India, US, Delhi, Leno, Gara, Parsi, National Institute of Design NID, China Iran, Ashdeen Lilaowala, UNESCO Parzor Foundation, Ashdeen Z Lilaowala, Lilaowala, Ashdeen Z Lilaowala Ashdeen Z Lilaowala


Maneckji Bhumgara: The Indian bowler who took American cricket by storm in the 1900s

Southern California discovered cricket in the late 19th century, two centuries after the sport reached American shores, but the region lost little time in taking to the game with enthusiasm. The cricketing season began every summer in May. Several counties—including Los Angeles, Santa Monica, San Diego, and San Francisco (in mid-California)—had their own leagues. Practice matches between league teams would kick off the season and near its end, a combined Los Angeles team would take on Santa Mo...
Tags: Asia, Europe, England, New York, Hollywood, London, California, Oregon, Life, India, US, Sports, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Canada, Liverpool


8 Reasons To Implement HR Software System

Traditionally, HR departments had an air of mystique about them. Employees knew that HR professionals were responsible for “hiring and firing” workers, but seldom had any direct contact with HR staff. However, 21st-century HR professionals appreciate the importance of maintaining a strong relationship with employees at every level of an organization. A collaborative approach creates a strong company culture an...
Tags: Facebook, Uncategorized, US, Careers, Kristin, Kristin Savage


Dual scale tape measures/Gmail tips/Papier

Dual scale tape measures In my ongoing campaign to make myself literate in metric (used everywhere in the world except the US), as much as possible I try to measure only in metric. I got a Komelon dual scale measuring tape (both metric and inches on one side) and after a month or so, I can think in metric. I really like Komelon measuring tapes because they are inexpensive but high quality. They have four in different sizes in dual scale from 3.5m/12ft for only $5, to a 9m/30ft for $8.50. The 9-m...
Tags: US, Lifestyle, Hawaii, Gizmodo, Indiewire, KK, Facebook Snapchat, Recomendo, Komelon, KK Gmail, LinkedIn This Consumer Reports


US government concludes that HIV is untransmittable at undetectable levels

The National Institute for Allergies and Infectious Diseases has reached an absolute conclusion: HIV+ cannot transmit the virus when carrying an undetectable viral load.
Tags: Health, Feature, Hiv, US, Lifestyle, Infectious Diseases, Ad Friendly, Undetectable, National Institute for Allergies


Why Everyone Is Selling Beauty Products Online

The global e-commerce cosmetics industry has changed dramatically in the last decade thanks to the rise of social media and the demand for online beauty retailers. Consumers are buying beauty products online at a rapid pace, with an annual sales growth of 11.5 percent in the US alone. On and offline, skincare remains the top beauty category globally, with a 36.4 percent market share, while China dominates the entire beauty e-commerce market, taking in an 18.1 percent share of all onli...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Makeup, China, US, Online Business, Beauty, Shopify, Cosmetics, Instagram Pinterest


Here Are the Best Cities to Find 100K+ Jobs in 2019

The Ladders posted an interesting and informative article on the US Cities with the most $100K jobs.  Is your city on the list? Read “These are the 15 cities with the most $100K+ jobs in January” to find out. If you want to learn more about C-level job search strategies you can check out my […]
Tags: US, Careers


31-year-old Dana Martin becomes the US’ first trans murder victim of 2019

Dana Martin became the first transgender murder victim of the year.
Tags: Feature, Life, US, Lifestyle, Transgender, Ad Friendly, Dana Martin


Give Your Home A Deep Clean This New Year

37% of homeowners state that they feel more relaxed  when they’re on top of the household cleaning. Meanwhile, 22% of women say it’s a personal accomplishment to deep clean the house. Therefore, with Christmas a distant memory and January well and truly here, it’s time to sort through the mountain of new kid’s toys cluttering up your sitting room, get the feather duster out and have a thorough clean and tidy up. Storage boxes are your friend  Before you get the polish, vacuum and ...
Tags: Amazon, Cleaning, Fashion, US, Marie Kondo, Clean House, Home Life, Cleaning Products, United States Department of Labor, Cleaning Tips, Cleaning Service, Tidying, Grove Collaborative, Cleaning Services, Clean Home, Deep Clean


Glow Recipe Avocado Melt Sleeping Mask Review & Swatches

Glow Recipe Avocado Melt Sleeping Mask ($45) is a new cream sleeping mask that contains avocados and honey which acts as an overnight mask to address drier skin, dullness, and uneven skin texture as well as loss of firmness. What the hell is a sleeping pack or sleeping mask anyway? Sleeping masks are pretty common in Korean and Japanese skincare routines and for the past two years have become popular here in the US as well. I always find them rather strange simply because they remind me of a he...
Tags: US, Beauty, Skincare, Sephora, Muse Approved, Beauty Abroad, Korean Brands, Facial Mask Reviews, Mizon, Glow Recipe, Spring Collections 2019


Physicians Formula Butter Collection x Casey Holmes Featuring the Return of Butter Paradise Fragrance

Physicians Formula Butter Collection x Casey Holmes arrives today and the Butter Paradise Fragrance that proved so elusive last Summer is back! I’m just saying, they need to just release this in a 1.7 oz bottle at this point since everyone loves it! I’m actually not familiar with Casey because I live under a rock in a cave without youTube but she’s a makeup and beauty guru with a little lifestyle thrown in. The first video I came across of hers was “Shop with US at Home Goods” and I was like,...
Tags: US, Beauty, Casey, Ulta, Casey Holmes, Spring Collections 2019, Murumuru Butter Lip Creams


Freud versus Jung: a bitter feud over the meaning of sex

On 27 February 1907, at Berggasse 19 in Vienna, Sigmund Freud fell in love. The object of his affection was Carl Gustav Jung: 19 years younger than Freud, the young psychiatrist was already the clinical director of the prestigious Burghölzli Hospital and a professor at the University of Zurich. Jung had gained international recognition for his invention of the word-association test, and his practice was renowned for its gentle incisiveness. But when Jung read Freud's The Interpretation of Dreams...
Tags: Psychology, Sex, US, Mental Health, Brain, Vienna, Munich, United States, Judaism, Innovation, Consciousness, Mind, Sigmund Freud, Freud, Psychoanalysis, Clark University


Keeping up with the Kardashians means paying other women to have your babies | Catherine Bennett

If a group of men have their say Britain could soon have its own lucrative surrogate industryBehold the handmaid (#2) of the Kardashians. Or at least, that of Kim, the celebrity, and Kanye, artist and Trump loyalist. The couple have just announced the commissioning of their fourth child, using the womb of a gestational carrier who will, since this is the US, be paid for the rental.In details shared after their previous carrier delivered, last year, Kim Kardashian explained to her millions of fan...
Tags: Kim Kardashian, Women, Pregnancy, US, Life and style, UK News, Britain, Elton John, Kardashians, Parents and parenting, Kardashian, Kim, Surrogacy, Kanye, Kim Kardashian West, Trump


Depression, Health, Boredom, Interesting People, and Self-Esteem

I remember my first encounters with the self-improvement industry when I was younger. In many areas of the United States, people look at self-improvement as something that is absolutely crazy. That is how the people around me viewed it when I was growing up. When I think about self-improvement, however, I think about people doing things like: …trying to improve their mood and level of happiness …trying to improve their health …trying to become interested in new things …trying to meet other inte...
Tags: Featured, US, Careers, America, United States, Self Improvement, Self Esteem, University Of Cincinnati, National Institute of Mental Health, Getting Ahead, Job Search Guru, Add Post Footer Plugin, Staying Positive, Depression In Life, Lindsey Tanner Associated Press, Archives of General Psychiatry


No Sleeves, No Bible, No Problem: This Is How You Take The Oath Of Office In 2019

It was quite a Moment when the anti-LGBTQ+ Mike Pence swore in Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona as the country's first bisexual senator on Thursday.Not only did Sinema show up in an unforgettable Marilyn Monroe-meets Elle Woods-meets blonde Miss Frizzle outfit, but she swore on a law book containing the U.S. Constitution rather than a Bible. The book included the texts of the U.S. and Arizona constitutions, according to The Arizona Republic."Kyrsten always gets sworn in on a Constitution simply becaus...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Minnesota, Congress, Senate, US, America, United States, Hawaii, Arizona, Marilyn Monroe, Wisconsin, Michigan, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Mike Pence, Omar


Taking care of business…

The last few days were meant to be dedicated to editing the Mr. Ruin books, but instead I have used them for taking care of fairly dull New Year business: Renewing my driving license (still not finished, machines at the Post Office were busted) Researching remortgage rates – coming up in a few months Researching a car to buy! This is quite exciting. We are mostly sold on a Dacia Duster. 15k all in, SUV, high driving position, looks pretty cool. Setting up The Saint’s Rise Bookbub price of 99c ar...
Tags: Photography, Life, US, Post Office


Why exercise alone won’t save us

Sedentary lifestyles are killing us – we need to build activity into our everyday lives, not just leave it for the gym. By Vybarr Cregan-ReidThis is the time of year when trainers are mined from under beds and gym kits are disinterred from the bottom drawer. Google searches relating to physical fitness peak in January. Many people even trawl the web to find out about “desk exercises” and “workouts on the go” in case they are too busy to use their new gym memberships.Our relationship with exercis...
Tags: Health, Google, UK, Fitness, US, Life and style, Society, Health & wellbeing, New Year, Vybarr Cregan ReidThis


Where To Buy Well-Made Lingerie For Under $100

We can't be the only ones who scratch our heads at the insane prices lingerie can go for. While we'll be the first to point out that luxury lingerie deserves admiration for its intricate designs and delicate fabrics, purchasing a pair of panties at a cost equivalent to a designer dress seems mind boggling. Dressing up — or down depending on how you see it — shouldn't involve also stripping your bank account in the process. And if we're digging deep into the intent behind shopping for lingerie i...
Tags: Fashion, Music, US, Victoria, DDD, Kala, Naja, Intimissimi, HeartsOnly Hearts, Helena Stuart, Shopbop Photo Courtesy of Shopbop, Hazel Bralette, NajaNaja Simone Thong, Naja Photo Courtesy of Naja LivelyI, Intimissimi Elena Lace Balconette, Kala Like


What I Miss About Berlin When I’m Abroad

Every time I spent a longer period of time abroad, staying in big cities always make me aware of what I appreciate the most about life in Berlin. Granted, it is exciting to roam through the restless streets of Bangkok or indulge in some ice cream while watching the sky go up in flames at sunset hour in LA, but never would I trade in Berlin for any other city in the world. Maybe this feeling can be blamed on the fact that I grew up here, but I believe that if you fell for Berlin once, you will st...
Tags: Fashion, La, Berlin, US, America, Mexico City, Stories, Feelings, Bangkok, Chris, Guten Morgen, Späti, Steglitz, Franziska Müller Degenhardt, Berlin Even, Max Patzig


The Best and Worst of 2018

As my last post for 2018, here are some thoughts to wrap up the year of style, fashion, retail and beyond. These are very subjective musings, so feel free to agree, disagree, and add to my list. It’s all in good fun and there are no right or wrong answers. Or course, there’s an emphasis on the positive, because that’s how we roll on YLF.  Highlights of the Year: My favourite moments are with my favourite person – husband Greg. Our trip to Positano on the Amalfi Coast was as perfect as can be, in...
Tags: Nordstrom, Fashion, US, South Africa, Italy, Netherlands, Michelle Obama, Salt Lake City, Jamie Oliver, Seattle, Alison, Amalfi Coast, Positano, Best Customer Service, Greg, Jim Kerr


Make your resolution to shop sustainable in 2019

Sustainable fashion: It’s as hot as, um, global warming. This 2019, resolve to shop smarter with these planet-friendly brands. Eileen Fisher Eileen Fisher was doing sustainable fashion decades before it was A Thing. The 34-year-old brand uses organic fabrics and makes much of its clothing in US-based factories. Naadam This boutique’s $75 cashmere sweaters are...
Tags: Fashion, US, Naadam, Eileen Fisher Eileen Fisher


What most terrifies the US President? Take the Donald Trump quiz of the year

With whom did the president claim to have fallen in love? Whom did he describe as the US’s biggest foe? And what did he say to Putin?On 27 October, Donald Trump told a rally in Indianapolis that perhaps he should have cancelled that campaign stop. Why?Out of respect for the 11 victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre who had been gunned down while at prayer earlier that dayBecause his appearance in the city clashed with a visit by Barack ObamaBecause he was having “a bad hair day”Because the...
Tags: Putin, Vladimir Putin, Germany, Russia, US, Barack Obama, Life and style, World news, US news, Syria, Indianapolis, United States, Theresa May, Arizona, Cbs, Secret Service


PICS: These sexy Santa Speedos will have you race to the North Pole in next to nothing

Santa Speedo Runs, the annual event held all over the US, somehow manage to prompt men to don Santa hats, Speedos and nothing else to take a holiday jog through town, all for charitable causes.
Tags: Christmas, US, Lifestyle, Santa, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Gaycities Link, Speedo, Santa Speedo Runs, Santa Speedos


‘We took our anger and channelled it’: Parkland students Jaclyn Corin and Delaney Tarr on becoming activists

The school shooting survivors recall how their refusal to be portrayed as ‘sobbing victims’ inspired March For Our LivesOn Valentine’s Day, 17-year-old Jaclyn Corin, student president of her year at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland, Florida, was delivering carnations to raise prom funds. Then the shooting started. As a former student went on a rampage that left 17 people dead, Corin took refuge in a classroom with other terrified pupils. Down the corridor, Delaney Tarr, also 17, ...
Tags: US, Life and style, World news, US news, US gun control, Vietnam, Tarr, Parkland, Corin, Parkland Florida, Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Florida School Shooting, Jaclyn Corin, Delaney Tarr, March for Our Lives, Delaney Tarr Everyone


Michelle Obama’s Post-White House Fashion Is Proof Of How Liberated She Feels

While Michelle Obama’s entire Becoming book tour has been a delightful spectacle of fashion-forward outfits (Cushnie! Pyer Moss! Givenchy!), the former first lady’s wardrobe made quite a statement Wednesday on the final stop in Brooklyn. It was the thigh-high Balenciaga boots that signaled post-White House Michelle Obama, The Civilian, was finally relaxed after meticulously calculating her appearance for the last eight years. Eight years of scrutiny and policing that women who look like her are...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Beyonce, Obama, White House, US, Chicago, Brooklyn, Hillary Clinton, United States, Paris, Michelle Obama, Kim, Bill, Zara, Donald Trump


Link Love: Holiday Medley 2018

We’re continuing our tradition of ringing out the Link Love year with a collection of style-related stories that didn’t quite fit into the themed Link Love posts we published throughout the year, but are worth a look anyway. Enjoy! Monetising Meghan Markle: brands are getting increasingly better at capitalising on what the royal wears immediately after she’s seen out. The New York Times explains why holiday windows still matter. How designers decide what to wear on the runway. Fashionista publi...
Tags: Fashion, US, Atlantic, Britain, New York Times, New Jersey, Prada, Victoria, Soho, Link Love, Robin Givhan, Heattech, Monetising Meghan Markle, Penny Martin The Pool



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