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Every Pup Is Perfect in This Adorable BarkBox Holiday Spot

The classic Christmas film Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer featured the Island of Misfit Toys, where unusual playthings wait to find a loving home. Bark is embracing that spirit in a 30-second TV spot promoting a holiday version of its BarkBox subscription service including licensed toys and treats from the film. The ad stars "misfit" dogs...
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ColourPop x Rudolph There's Always Tomorrow Lip Duo Review & Swatches

There's Always Tomorrow ColourPop There’s Always Tomorrow Lip Duo ($16.00 for 0.145 oz.) is a new, limited edition red-hued lip duo that included a cream finish lipstick and a matching lip pencil. They were both in a deeper, ruby red with strong, cool undertones. They had more opaque coverage and longer-wear, though the lip pencil wasn’t quite as smooth nor as gliding as ideal if you need your lip pencil to work for both lining as wel...
Tags: Beauty, Lipstick, Rudolph, Christine, Ulta, Lip Liner, Lip Products, Colourpop, Pigmentation, MAC Launch Reviews, Lip Palette/Set, LE Limited Edition, Rudolph Rudolph, MAC Maison Rouge, Holiday 2021, Rudolph LE Limited Edition

ColourPop x Rudolph I Think You're Cute Lip Duo Review & Swatches

I Think You're Cute ColourPop I Think You’re Cute Lip Duo ($16.00 for 0.145 oz.) is a new, limited edition beige lip duo that included a darker beige lipstick with a cream lipstick and a slightly darker beige lip liner. The two products were pigmented and wore well, though the liner could emphasize lip texture a bit if used for more than just lining the edges of one’s lips. Ingredients ...
Tags: Beauty, Lipstick, Rudolph, Christine, Ulta, Lip Liner, Lip Products, Colourpop, Pigmentation, MAC Launch Reviews, Lip Palette/Set, Clarice Clarice, Holiday 2021, Clarice LE Limited Edition

Overlooked Holiday Movies That Are Surprisingly Somber

Most winter holiday viewing is drawn from relatively narrow lists of familiar favorites, to the point that even several of our supposedly "alternative" or "contrarian" choices have become well-worn selections. Only particularly crotchety curmudgeons continue to argue against acknowledging "Die Hard" or "Gremlins" as Christmas films anymore, and it's no secret by now how many of Shane Black's scripts are set during Christmas.But there remain obscure oddballs of holiday movies, often available exc...
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ColourPop x Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Collection Swatches

ColourPop x Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Collection debuted late last week, but most items are still in stock; though I have to say that the clip-on antlers are ADORABLE and hope they restock those. The collection includes a 15-pan palette, a lipgloss trio, two lip duos, and a powder highlighter (from Sol Body). ColourPop x Rudolph Collection Gallery Options ...
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Episode #122: Book Report + Holiday Movie Picks

Today, we are sharing a book report episode along with our favorite holiday movies. We are also sharing an exciting charity project that we are starting this month that we want to invite you to be a part of! You can stream the episode here on the blog or on  iTunes ,  Spotify ,  Google Play ,  TuneIn ,  Pocket Casts , and  Stitcher . You can find the podcast posts archive here . A big thank you to our sponsors! Check out the offers from How to Buy a Home Podcast, Bev, ...
Tags: Podcast, Missouri, Oscar, Harry Potter, Happy Holidays, Celebrate, Jeremy, Michael Phelps, Book Club, Rudolph, Emma, Elsie, Trey, Nancy Meyers, Julia Cameron, Ramit

The 14 Best Christmas Movies Ranked

Every viewer's definition of what makes a great "holiday classic" is different. Some film fans prefer their holiday fare to be earnest and heartfelt, while others enjoy seeing a darker take on the winter season expressed in thrillers, subversive comedies, and horror films. A great Christmas movie does more than just take place during the final days of December; it should comment on the holiday itself and tie the celebrations into the storyline. Some Christmas movies are worth revisiting througho...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, Macaulay Culkin, New York City, Ben Affleck, Robin Hood, Tim Burton, Gotham, Netflix, Muppets, Stanley Kubrick, Charles Dickens, Michael Caine, Brian, Richard Curtis

Classic Christmas Movies That Really Didn't Need Sequels

In some families, like mine for instance, watching Christmas movies is as much of a holiday tradition as opening presents, overeating, and arguing about current events after a few too many glasses of spiked hot chocolate. Christmas movies may hit their watchable peak once a year, but when just about everyone who celebrates the holiday is watching the same rotation of roughly 25 films, that seasonal peak allows a film to survive for generations. With this highly profitable surge in return viewing...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Earth, Chicago, Roger Ebert, Broadway, Beethoven, Santa Claus, Scarlett Johansson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tim Allen, Christina Hendricks, Eddie, Arnold, Bad Santa, Rudolph

The 17 best places to buy Christmas decorations, from tree toppers to lights and novelty items

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Jose Luis Pelaez Inc/Getty Images We've rounded up the best places to find Christmas decorations in a range of styles and prices. You can add festive flair to every room in your home, from flannel sheets to merry table cloths. Target, Etsy, Pottery Barn, and others have Christmas decorations in practically every category. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky The holiday season has officially begun,...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Home, Home Decor, Etsy, Christmas, Disney, Trends, Features, Britain, Buying Guide, Marley, Santa, Vermont, Decorations, Garfield

Stability vs. incompetence: Why the Steelers are the Steelers and the Browns are the Browns

NFL null null null It wasn’t supposed to go this way with the Browns and Steelers. Cleveland was the popular pick to win the AFC North in 2019 with their hotshot quarterback and ...
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Steelers vs. Browns odds, prediction, betting trends for 'Thursday Night Football'

NFL null null null null The Steelers (5-4) and Browns (3-6) have plenty on the line dur...
Tags: Travel, NFL, Steelers, Cleveland, Baltimore, Beckham, Pittsburgh, Browns, Ravens, Rudolph, Colts, Jarvis Landry, Broncos, Trey Edmunds, James Conner, Minkah Fitzpatrick

‘Antlers’ Review: Keri Russell Takes on a Horned Wendigo in Freaky Folk Horror Movie

As movie titles go, “Antlers” seems readymade for one of two holidays — either Christmas or Halloween — and it’s kind of a shame to see it squandered on the latter. Now what is some enterprising filmmaker supposed to call his revisionist Rudolph story when the time comes? The name’s a somewhat less obvious fit […]
Tags: Reviews, Antlers, Rudolph, Keri Russell, Jesse Plemons, Scott Cooper, Keri Russell Takes, Horned Wendigo

Larry Rudolph, Britney Spears’ Longtime Manager, Launches New Company Under Live Nation Umbrella (EXCLUSIVE)

Veteran music manager Larry Rudolph has launched a new company, 724 Management, which will extend his affiliation with Live Nation. The 724 roster includes Aerosmith, Steven Tyler, Jessie J, Kim Petras, Nessa Barrett and Jaden Hossler aka jxdn, among others. Rudolph serves as CEO and has brought in Jesse Peters as president. The two worked […]
Tags: News, Live Nation, Rudolph, Michael Rapino, Larry Rudolph, Jesse Peters, Jaden Hossler, Larry Rudolph Britney Spears

Supernatural Rom-Com Extra Ordinary Is Becoming A TV Series From Maya Rudolph And Natasha Lyonne

You probably missed the charming Irish comedy/horror "Extra Ordinary" when it debuted in 2019. The film was especially unlucky with its theatrical release in the US, which happened to land in March 2020, just as the COVID-19 pandemic overwhelmed the country. But the story of "Extra Ordinary" just found itself a second life thanks to the producing team behind Animal Pictures: Maya Rudolph and Natasha Lyonne. The comedy veterans are creating a TV series based on the film -- a 30-minute sitcom deve...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, US, Netflix, Ireland, Tbs, Natasha Lyonne, Hulu, Rian Johnson, Sxsw, Rudolph, Rose, Rowan Blanchard, Martin, Maya Rudolph

Maya Rudolph Wins Second Guest Comedy Actress Emmy for ‘Saturday Night Live’

Maya Rudolph has picked up a second consecutive guest comedy actress Emmy for “Saturday Night Live,” just hours after she picked up her second consecutive character voice-over performance Emmy. In 2020, Rudolph won guest comedy actress for appearing as then-Sen. Kamala Harris in the Eddie Murphy-hosted episode of NBC’s late-night sketch comedy series. This time, […]
Tags: News, Nbc, Awards, Saturday Night Live, Emmys, Eddie Murphy, Rudolph, Maya Rudolph, Sen Kamala Harris, Creative Arts Emmys

Maya Rudolph Becomes Second Black Woman to Win Back-to-Back Acting Emmys in Same Category

Maya Rudolph has picked up a second consecutive guest comedy actress Emmy for “Saturday Night Live,” just hours after she picked up her second consecutive character voice-over performance Emmy. With these wins, Rudolph also becomes only the second woman of color and the fourth person of color overall to pick up back-to-back acting wins in […]
Tags: News, Awards, Saturday Night Live, Emmys, Rudolph, Maya Rudolph, Creative Arts Emmys

Prancing Reindeer Tealight Holder

St. Nick's trusty reindeer dance along the flickering flames of a candlelit wonderland care of this handmade tealight trough. Fabricated of laser-cut steel, Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, and Vixen illuminate your home with a warm, playful glow. (Just don't tell Rudolph they're taking a break.) Handmade in Kentucky.
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NFC East Preview: If Dak Prescott Stays Healthy, ‘The Cowboys Are The Team To Beat,’ Says CBS Dallas’ Bill Jones

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Tags: Florida, Washington, Cowboys, Sports, NFL, Dallas Cowboys, Chargers, Dallas, Tom Brady, Amari Cooper, Dak Prescott, Philadelphia, New York Giants, Minnesota Vikings, Giants, Joe Flacco

Maya Rudolph and Nick Kroll on Emmys, Working During COVID and How ‘Big Mouth’ Is Keeping Up With the Times

For Maya Rudolph and Nick Kroll, there’s a bit of déjà vu to this year’s Emmy nominations. Rudolph is back nominated again as guest comedy actress (“Saturday Night Live”) and character voice over performance (“Big Mouth”), two categories she won last year. And Kroll, as executive producer of “Big Mouth,” is back in the running […]
Tags: Podcasts, Awards, Features, Nick Kroll, Times, Rudolph, Maya Rudolph, Big Mouth, Kroll, Awards Circuit Podcast

Starlight Could Really Be a Vast Alien Quantum Internet, Physicist Proposes

Terry Rudolph, a professor of quantum physics at Imperial College London, suggests that interstellar light could actually be harnessed by space faring aliens to form an encrypted quantum internet. Motherboard reports: This may sound like the stuff of science fiction, but Rudolph says it was actually a natural extension of what he does as co-founder of PsiQuantum, a Silicon Valley-based company on a mission to build a scalable photonic quantum computer. He laid out his idea in a paper recently pu...
Tags: Google, Tech, Intel, Silicon Valley, Einstein, Imperial College London, Rudolph, Psiquantum, Terry Rudolph

Where You Can Stream or Rent Every ‘Lord of the Rings’ and ‘Hobbit’ Movie

(Welcome to Where to Watch, which provides a clear and simple answer to the question, “Hey, where can I watch this thing?” In this edition: the Lord of the Rings/Hobbit movies.) Grab your glowing sword and pack your Lembas bread, we’re headed to Middle-earth! There are new Lord of the Rings adventures on the way: an Amazon series and a new animated film The War of the Rohirrim. But you don’t have to wait around for those — you can rent or stream a bunch of Lord of the Rings and Hobbit movies ri...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Nbc, Hobbit, Features, Guillermo Del Toro, Jackson, Peter Jackson, Isao Takahata, Tolkien, Ralph Bakshi, Rudolph, Toro, J R R Tolkien

Here’s What You Need To Glow Like a Peach

Greetings and Salutations my friends! Did you sleep well and have pleasant nightmares? I sure hope you had the best week ever. It’s been a little stressful at work but nothing I can’t handle. Sorry, I’ve sort of been MIA lately but I’m slowly regaining my ground! I know I’m short on reviews lately. I’m sorry. I swear I wake up in the morning, wash my face, get my skincare in, conceal my eyes, curl my lashes, and pop my favorite cheek stain on and I’m out the door. It’s not that I don’t ...
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Where have you gone, Jimmy Gatz? Roman Catholic haunting in American literary modernism

The year is 1924: the restriction acts designed to turn the tide of Eastern and Southern European immigration into a trickle have been signed into US law. Nativist panic continues apace, however, even among the upper classes, perhaps especially among the educated upper-middle classes—whose strengthened churches and preparatory schools and country clubs guard the Anglo-Protestant marriage market and the not-so-free masonry of finance capital. What is to become of America when these newcomers of s...
Tags: Books, Hollywood, Featured, Religion, Immigration, Americas, US, America, Judaism, Catholicism, House, Literature, Catholic, Princeton, St James, NICK

Britney Spears' longtime manager, Larry Rudolph, resigns

"I’ll be there for her if she ever needs me again, just as I always have been," Rudolph wrote in a letter to her co-conservators.
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Britney Spears’ Manager Resigns After 25 Years, Cites Singer’s Plan to Retire

Larry Rudolph, who has represented Britney Spears for much of her 25-year career, is stepping down as her manager. In a letter to the singer’s father, Jamie Spears, and attorney Jodi Montgomery, co-executor of the estate of Spears, who has been under conservatorship since 2008, Rudolph cites the singer’s “intention to officially retire” as the […]
Tags: News, Britney Spears, Rudolph, Spears, Larry Rudolph, Jamie Spears, Jodi Montgomery

Deer Blanket

With their fluffy tails and gentle nature, it’s hard not to love a deer, especially the most important deer of all, Rudolph, who always saves the day by pulling Santa’s sleigh. I’ve added teeny antlers, cute little ears and a pompom tail to this authentic blanket that will add a spring to the step of anyone who wears it. construction A square-shaped corner to corner (C2C) blanket with the pockets, hood, ears and antlers crocheted separately and attached. With pompom bunting to match the pompom ...
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Maya Rudolph on Playing a Villain in ‘Enchanted’ Sequel, Working With ‘Dream Come True’ Amy Adams

The announcement that Maya Rudolph would be joining “Disenchanted” — the sequel to Disney’s 2011 hit “Enchanted” — as a villain was exciting news, if not completely surprising. Rudolph has always had an eye — or more accurately an ear — for how music and comedy can combine. Speaking with Variety as one of 2021’s […]
Tags: News, Disney, Amy Adams, Rudolph, Maya Rudolph, Adam Shankman, Power Of Women, Enchanted, Disenchanted

‘Disenchanted’ Casts Maya Rudolph and More as the Disney Sequel’s Villains

It’s been nearly 14 years since Disney released the fantasy comedy Enchanted, taking a meta approach to their animated fairytales with Amy Adams playing a naive cartoon princess lost in the bustling metropolis of New York as a flesh-and-blood person. The sequel Disenchanted has been in the works for quite some time, and it’s finally coming to fruition with the original cast returning. But they’ll also be joined by some new faces too, starting with former Saturday Night Live star Maya Rudolph pl...
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Disenchanted: Disney Sequel Casts Three Actresses as Villains

The cast for Disney’s upcoming sequel Disenchanted continues to grow. Deadline has revealed that Maya Rudolph, Yvette Nicole Brown and Jayma Mays are set to join the Disney+ Enchanted sequel. Details are light, but Rudolph is said to be portraying one of the main villains in the film. Meanwhile, Brown and Mays are “potentially portraying evil as well.” RELATED: Disenchanted Cast Details Emerge, Features Snow White’s Seven Dwarfs More details on Disenchanted began to emerge last week. While we k...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Ireland, Idina Menzel, Amy Adams, Rudolph, Morgan, Brown, Maya Rudolph, Giselle, Monroe, Mays, Adam Shankman, Yvette Nicole Brown, Movie News, Jayma Mays

Former ‘Bachelor’ star, Oakland Raiders tight end Colton Underwood: ‘I’m gay’

By Chloe Melas | CNN Colton Underwood told Robin Roberts on “Good Morning America” that he is gay in an interview that aired Wednesday morning. “This year’s been a lot for a lot of people and it’s probably made a lot of people look at themselves in the year and figure out who they are,” Underwood said. “I’ve ran from myself for a long time, I’ve hated myself for a long time. I’m gay. I came to terms with that earlier this year, and the next step in all of this was sort of letting people know. I...
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