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Archival Quality a Diversity Award Winner

This weekend at the Long Beach Comic Expo, the 2018 winner of the Dwayne McDuffie Award for Diversity in Comics was announced. The award, named after the late comic book and animation writer who was one of the founders of Milestone Media, spotlights underrepresented voices in comics and celebrates diversity in stories and creators. The winner was Archival Quality by Ivy Noelle Weir and Christina “Steenz” Stewart. The book is a mystery with ghosts and a theme of recovering mental [...]
Tags: Comics, Christina, Comic News, Dwayne McDuffie, Milestone Media, Long Beach Comic Expo, Ivy Noelle Weir


Comment on chocolate puddle cakes by Christina

Valentine’s Day disappointment :( I made the batter and left at 60-degree counter for about an hour before baking. Baked 11 minutes and still wound up with a plate of hot fudge. I used 3 ounces 72% Askinosie chocolate and 1 tablespoon sugar.
Tags: Food, Christina


Christina Anstead: My Ex-Husband Tarek Congratulated Me After Wedding to Ant

Christina Anstead speaks during the HGTV segment of the 2019 Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour at The Langham Huntington, Pasadena on February 12, 2019 in Pasadena, California. Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images Amicable as ever! Christina Anstead’s ex-husband, Tarek El Moussa, showered her with warm wishes after her wedding to Ant Anstead. “He texted both me and Ant, ‘Congratulations.’ I think it’s really good closure for all of us and it’s a fresh start for him as well,” Chr...
Tags: Religion, Los Angeles, Taylor, US Weekly, Hgtv, Hertfordshire, Christina, Pasadena California, Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour, Brayden, Tarek, Tarek El Moussa, El Moussa, Langham Huntington Pasadena, Langham Huntington, TOP VIDEOS


How Has Playlist Culture Affected Our Listening Choices? An Experiment

In an age where playlist culture reigns supreme in our consumption of music, one curious music blogger from NYC took some time to investigate  what today's music consumers are listening to, on what platform, and most of all how they're discovering it.   ___________________________ Guest post by Noor Kalouti of Soundfly's Flypaper Have you ever really considered how you find the music you cherish so deeply? Music surrounds us wherever we go, throughout our day. But where do we go ...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Instagram, New York City, Guest Post, Streaming, Chris Brown, Drake, Griffin, Migos, Music Business, How I Listen, Frank Ocean, Urban Outfitters, Olivia, Christina


For Christina Tosi, Building a Dessert Empire Is Not All Milk and Cookies

As her Milk Bar chain enters the big leagues, the pastry chef’s challenge is holding on to its small-shop charms.
Tags: Desserts, News, Cookies, Chefs, Christina, Christina Tosi, Tosi, Ice cream and frozen desserts, Milk Bar, Bakeries and Baked Products


2019's Best Planners — According To The Most Productive Reviewers

Welcome to Hype Machine, our hit-list of the top reviewed products across the web — according to a crowd of die-hard shoppers. Call this your 4-star & up only club, with entry granted by our devoted-to-the-goods shop editors.Some people are born mental planners, with enviable abilities to stay effortlessly organized at all times — and some, are not. For those of us lacking these natural orderly abilities, we have to rely on more physical planning methods to help keep us on track. While there ar...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, Walmart, Brooklyn, Anthropologie, Christina, Cardi, Katie Daisy, Cat Oliver Amazon, Amazon Organizers Say


Comment on plush coconut cake by Christina

You got me at the title = plush coconut cake sounds almost too good to eat. I’ll certainly be giving this one a try.
Tags: Food, Christina


Blue stairs...

When I was in the area, visiting the « Cité Fleurie », see preceding post, I actually wanted to visit another little artist’s haven. Again, I had to wait until a kind person let me in. This place, much smaller, is referred to as the “Cité Verte” and if it still exists some 120 years after its creation, surrounded by modern apartment buildings, it’s thanks to the same artist who saved the “Cité Fleurie”, his name was Henri Cadiou… and once again the intervention by a French President, this ...
Tags: Travel, Paris, Tove Jansson, Monet, Christina, Moomins, Tove, Linnea, Paris 13, Christina Björk, PeterParis, Cité Fleurie, Henri Cadiou, Adrien Holy, Paris Swedish Club


M&M's Super Bowl LIII Commercial has Christina Applegate Dealing with a Few 'Bad Passengers'

Super Bowl LIII ad campaign features a 30-second spot that will be airing during Sunday's game. Emmy award-winning actress and comedian Christina Applegate has been tapped to star in the ad and marks the first time M&M'S has debuted a new product during a Super Bowl advertisement.In the commercial, titled "Bad Passengers," created by BBDO New York, Christina finds herself in a universal situation many can relate to – dealing with squabbling passengers in the back seat that just won't behave. ...
Tags: Featured, Advertising, Food And Drink, Cbs, Christina, Facebook Twitter Instagram, Christina Applegate, Celebrity Commercials, M&m's, Super Bowl Ad, Banfield, Allison Miazga Bedrick, Gloria J, McLean VA Mars, Super Bowl 2019 LIII, BBDO New York Christina


Ariana Grande Now Has ‘Small BBQ Grill’ Tattooed On Her Hand Forever

HAHA, YIKES Okay, here we are in the year 2019, and let me ask you this: do we see people wearing puka shell necklaces? Ridiculously low-rise jeans? No? Hm. It’s almost like.... we’re in the year 2019 and not 2004. So naturally, you’d assume white people would stop getting Chinese or Japanese calligraphy tattoos with wildly off translations. “It means ‘wisdom’ in Japanese” No, Christina, you dumb idiot, it means ‘spicy tuna roll’. But no, apparently we haven’t moved past that as a ...
Tags: Ariana Grande, Humor, Gracie Hughes, Christina, Ariana, Ariana Zhang


Comment on corn, cheddar and scallion strata by Christina

I made this for my family’s weekly Sunday brunch and it was a huge hit! It was called “the best thing I’ve ever brought.” I highly recommend it!
Tags: Food, Christina


Comment on baked buffalo wings by Christina

I’m so glad you asked this question, I’d love to know the answer too! My husband may leave me for saying so, but I honestly don’t have the patience for wings – they’re so messy and cumbersome to eat. Far too much effort for the small amount of meat on the bones. Plus I always think dark meat tastes greasy, no matter how it is cooked. But the hot sauce and blue cheese combo is a winner and I’d love to put it on something else!
Tags: Food, Christina


Eerie Futuristic Digital Art by Cristian Chierici

Eerie Futuristic Digital Art by Cristian Chierici abduzeedoJan 22, 2019 I love mixing photography and Photoshop to create incredible light effects. If you follow the blog since the beginning you probably already know that. I love that eerie feeling you can create by imagining a supernatural reality and there are many digital artists pushing the limit. The cool thing is that they go beyond just Photoshop and really take advantage of 3D to translate ideas into ...
Tags: Design, Christina, Cristian Chierici


Blue stairs...

When I was in the area, visiting the « Cité Fleurie », see preceding post, I actually wanted to visit another little artist’s haven. Again, I had to wait until a kind person let me in. This place, much smaller, is referred to as the “Cité Verte” and if it still exists some 120 years after its creation, surrounded by modern apartment buildings, it’s thanks to the same artist who saved the “Cité Fleurie”, his name was Henri Cadiou… and once again the intervention by a French President, this ...
Tags: Travel, Paris, Tove Jansson, Monet, Christina, Moomins, Tove, Linnea, Paris 13, Christina Björk, PeterParis, Cité Fleurie, Henri Cadiou, Adrien Holy, Paris Swedish Club


Top 10 Celebrity Fashion Icons of the 2000s

Follow me down memory lane ... into the fashion world of the 2000s! Photo: Pacific Coast News Get ready to feel some intense nostalgia mixed with some major embarrassment as we look back at 2000s fashion and the most fashionable stars of the 2000s.As you probably remember (if you haven't blocked it out), the 2000s were filled with fun fashion statements like halter tops, shimmery lipgloss, trucker hats, lace-up jeans, bedazzled jean pockets, choker necklaces, gaucho pants, sweats with "JUICY" ...
Tags: Celebs, Kim Kardashian, Beyonce, Christina Aguilera, Rihanna, College, Inspiration, Disney, Mtv, Paris, Nicole Richie, Kate Moss, Cara Delevingne, Paris Hilton, Starbucks, Miley Cyrus


Criterion Film Offerings: French Noir, Japanese Lovers, American Gangsters and Frames of Pure Serenity

The Criterion Collection, the busiest and most prestigious of companies devoted to classic films, provides a rare delight in this collection of films now available on Blu-ray. These are movies that have never before been on DVD or Blu-ray (at least not in Region 1), and in some cases weren't even on VHS. These tantalizing titles, long heard of but vexingly unavailable until now, are a particular pleasure to for film lovers to enjoy, at last. Panique (dir. Julien Duvivier, 1946) The aloof and mi...
Tags: Music, Japan, Hollywood, Review, France, Walter Matthau, West, Akira Kurosawa, Eiffel Tower, Brian Eno, Alfred Hitchcock, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Alice, Van Gogh, Picasso, Film Review


The Best Work I Saw at the Medium Festival of Photography: Part 1

  My kids are 6 and 11. Right in that sweet spot where all the older people you meet say, “Cherish this time. It goes by so quickly.” Seriously. I’ve heard that a lot. My wife and I are trying to appreciate it, but as my son told me the other day, (with respect to the natural beauty that surrounds him in Taos,) it’s hard not to take it for granted. One thing I’ve discovered, one trick to make it last, is to try to make more memories. To do it on purpose. As a photographer, I’ll be honest, I don’...
Tags: Photography, Colorado, California, La, America, Chicago, San Diego, Luigi, Jesus, Brian, Working, North Carolina, Albuquerque, Phoenix, Baby Boomers, Wayne


Bizarre pre-dawn experience...

After writing the last post, about a WaPo column by Alyssa Rosenberg, I clicked on my "Alyssa Rosenberg" tag. It only had 2 other posts. One, from a year ago, was to another WaPo column ("Hillary Clinton and I are done"), but the other was from 2009, about whether long novels are still worth reading. It was a clip from a Bloggingheads diavlog, Rosenberg with Matt Yglesias, and I needed to fix some code, so I clicked through to the Bloggingheads website. I saw that there was a new diavlog with Bo...
Tags: Law, Relationships, Conversation, Hillary Clinton, Feminism, Bob, Wright, Christina, Matt Yglesias, Rosenberg, WaPo, Alyssa Rosenberg, Bob Wright, Ann Althouse, Insults, Bloggingheads


Ryanair passengers bus to Greece

When you’ve just landed after a long-haul flight, the last thing you want is to board a bus for another leg of travel. Imagine how the passengers of this Ryanair flight felt when their plane from London, bound for Greece, landed in Romania instead and were told to catch a bus the rest of the way to Greece. The plane was supposed to arrive in Thessaloniki, Greece, by 10:00 PM, but fog at the airport caused a diversion. Normally the plane would land in Skopje, the nearby Macedonian capital, but...
Tags: Travel, UK, London, News, Greece, Ryanair, Romania, Ryan Air, Flight Delay, Budget Airline, Skopje, Christina, Thessaloniki, London Stansted, Timisoara, THESSALONIKI Greece


The big numbers New Zealand's economists will be watching this year

In a world of full of data it can be hard to know what really matters. We asked a selection of New Zealand's top economists to tell us what they'll be paying close attention to in 2019. Eight chief (or lead) economists - Christina... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, New Zealand, Christina


Christina El Moussa and Ant Anstead marry in surprise Newport Beach wedding

Christina El Moussa and Ant Anstead are ringing in the New Year with wedding rings. Dozens of guests thought they would be gathering at El Moussa’s home to head for the Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade on Sunday, Dec. 23. Instead, they arrived at the surprise wedding of El Moussa, 35, star of HGTV’s home rehab show “Flip or Flop,” and Anstead, 39, host of the British car show “Wheeler Dealers.” Vows were exchanged under an altar in the front yard of the $4.1 million, gated, 5,000-square foot ...
Tags: TV, News, Sport, Soccer, People Magazine, Taylor, Hgtv, Christina, Newport Beach, Archie, Amélie, Braden, ANSTEAD, Tarek El Moussa, Christina El Moussa, El Moussa


Evangeline’s Story and Christmas: Expect the Unexpected

Nothing about our third child, Evangeline, has been ordinary. In 2015 Julie and I thought we were done having children. We had a boy in 2003 and a girl in 2006 and our three-bedroom home was just the right size to fit the four of us, our crazy Goldendoodle and all of our stuff. But God had other plans for us, and an openness to life is always and openness to surprises. In January that year, the day after the March for Life concluded, my wife told me she was pregnant. We were both happy, but we h...
Tags: Religion, Christmas, Baby, Christina, Julie, Zechariah, Evangeline, Archangel Gabriel, John the Baptist Luke, Emmanuel He, Those Catholic Men, Elizabeth Julie


True magic of Christmas is no mystery to families adopting Secret Santas tradition of anonymous giving

Finley Smallwood is eager to get the first batch of snickerdoodle cookies baking in the oven. “I want to push the button,” she tells her mom. These aren’t just any ordinary cookies. They are destined to be left anonymously at the homes of neighbors in their Eastvale housing tract as Finley, 5, and her parents, Josh and Christina Smallwood, once again pick up on the joy of charitable giving as secret Santas. But they won’t be just any ordinary secret Santas. The Smallwoods are part of the #Secret...
Tags: Facebook, News, Instagram, Holidays, Christmas, Sport, Chicago, Dave, Soccer, Santa Claus, Santa, Disneyland, Local News, Orange, Moose, Secret Santa


Home smart home: Tech firms and builders focus on AI controlling your gadgets

Bradley Kalnas, 4, shows off a Google Home Mini smart speaker, one of many in his family’s connected home in Murrieta. Smart home products are standard in eight KB Home housing developments in Orange County, Las Vegas, Denver and Jacksonville, Fla., and are optional add-ons at other developments in those four cities. The Kalnas family recently received their smart-home gadgets as part of a KB Home pilot project. (Photo by Jeff Collins, the Orange County Register/SCNG) Richard and Princess Alm...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Business, Real Estate, Technology, California, Housing, Sport, Austin, Soccer, Dallas, Orange County, Richard, Alexa, Strategy Analytics


The Complete (& NSFW) Guide To Getting A Genital Piercing

The genital area is by far the most polarizing place to get pierced. According to the pros, it's just as easy as piercing your nipples, or your belly button, or even your ears, but it's one that's shrouded in a whole lot more mystery. Even the mere mention might make you shudder with fear — or pique your interest. Hell, maybe you even have one. But regardless of your initial position, you're probably at least a little curious.Piercing your vagina (to be clear, the most accurate term is 'vulva,'...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Hollywood, Smith, Christina, Lopez, Louisa Cannell, Louisa Cannell Like, Brian Keith Thompson, Cassi Lopez, J Colby Smith


Bernhard Langer’s family has added a Major League Baseball player to its roster

Life is good for Bernhard Langer, couldn’t be better, some might say. The man who has discovered the fountain of youth and won’t reveal its location now has a Major League Baseball player in his family. Yep, on Dec. 1, Langer’s daughter Christina married Chase De Jong, who pitches for the Minnesota Twins.
Tags: News, Mlb, Major League Baseball, Christina, Langer, Bernhard Langer, Chase De Jong


Dr. Pimple Popper's Holiday Special Was Glorious — Here's Everything You Missed

When contemplating which holiday classic to binge watch tonight (an installment of the Harry Potter series, or The Holiday, perhaps?), we're going to go ahead and put in our recommendation for the Dr. Pimple Popper holiday special. In case you're behind on your popaholic news, the hour-long episode aired tonight, and should already be available for your streaming pleasure on TLC.If you want to get a better idea of what you're in for before you hit that "play" button, all you really need to know...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Miami, Santa, North Carolina, Carol, Marcus, Kenneth, FELIX, Lee, Ken, Jen, Christina, Justin, Jennifer, Randi


Comment on sunken black forest cake by Christina

This is gorgeous! I am planning to make this Friday evening to serve Saturday – if I stick it in the fridge, would I be better off adding the whipped cream and cherries before serving, or will the whipped cream hold up OK on the cake in the fridge?
Tags: Food, Christina


Yorgos Lanthimos 101: Exploring the Brilliant, Deranged Work of the Director of ‘The Favourite’

Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos is not the most accessible filmmaker for your average audience. To begin, his characters don’t behave as if they are bound to the same cultural norms that we are. Conversations that would be utterly taboo in our society are discussed with abandon, like Steven (Colin Farrell) in The Killing of a Sacred Deer casually telling a colleague that his daughter has started her period. Lanthimos’ worlds run parallel to our own, but they offer a unique and sometimes distur...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Movies, Features, David, Nicole Kidman, Alps, Ben Whishaw, Steven, Fight Club, Martin, Christina, ATHENS Greece, Queen Anne, Deborah Davis, Yorgos Lanthimos


This Week in Photography Books: Christina Riley

  Blame Canada. That just popped into my head, just this second. I was shaking off a first draft that I didn’t particularly like, (all the me, me, me,) and it hit me. Blame Canada. Such a funny musical number, in an audacious movie, which presents Saddam Hussein as Satan’s torturous gay lover. I haven’t watched “South Park” in years, truth be told, but I did drive through Trey and Matt’s hometown in Colorado this autumn. It’s a shockingly beautiful and definitely strange place, and is cut off fr...
Tags: Photography, Colorado, South Park, Canada, Berkeley, Saddam Hussein, Photography Books, Peter, Christina, Riley, Homer Simpson, Matt, Kenny, Trey, Mount Rushmore, Imo