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Category Archives: Pop Culture
By T6W Staff29 Oct 2013
When it comes to adult Halloween costumes, options are limited. For men who don’t want to spend money or look recognizable, and for women who don’t want to dress as a slutty [insert noun], the Commander offers a suggestion for an easy unisex get-up with no fuss.
By Annie Cooper29 Oct 2013
As a general rule, teenagers aren’t the most cautious demographic. They drive recklessly, no matter how many gory cautionary films you subject them to. They get ridiculous tattoos, even though we warn them that their skin will eventually sag. And they relentlessly abuse social media, destroying…
By Jojo Balogh15 Oct 2013
We all know that keeping fit will help us to lead longer, healthier lives and that exercise will help prevent diseases like diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure. Did you know that regular exercise also increases natural protection against colds and flu, or that it helps to fight depressi…
By T6W Staff11 Oct 2013
Excerpted from American Experience: 25 Years, premiering November 11 and 12 on PBS.
JFK: Scheduled for broadcast on the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, this biography provides a fresh look at an enigmatic man who has become one of the nation’s most be…
By T6W Staff05 Oct 2013
Teen Vogue style features director Andrew Bevan grabs a bite with Homeland star Morgan Saylor and gabs about growing up, hidden talents, and pet pigs.
By T6W Staff01 Oct 2013
There’s so much conversation these days about television advertising. Viewers hate ads, whether on traditional television or online TV. Intellectually, we all know why there are ads in the first place – after all, they’re what pay for all the free programming we get to choose from …
By T6W Staff01 Oct 2013
Hilaria Baldwin and her husband Alec offer instruction on several prenatal yoga stretches.
Purchase Hilaria’s new DVD, @ Home with Hilaria Baldwin: Fit Mommy-to-be Prenatal Yoga
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By Maria Kern30 Sep 2013
Holistic health has never been hotter. Celebrities put yoga on the map for commoners a decade ago, and now aspiring yogis can choose from a menu of styles, including Bikram (hot yoga), Vinyasa (flow yoga), and Iyengar (yoga with props). Seeking minds have choices, too, from transcendental meditat…
By Michael Sadowski26 Sep 2013
Years ago, when tailgating was in its infancy, there were some unwritten rules.
It was only for college football, because … well, just because.
It was confined mostly to the south, because who wants to stand outside grilling hot dogs in Ann Arbor, Mich., in mid-November?
It was only for die-hard fans…
By Toby Burns11 Sep 2013
What exactly defines the American Dream? Is it simply the promise of prosperity and the hope of a better life, or does it need to fulfill certain aesthetic requirements? Must it exist within the confines of a white picket fence and well-groomed hedges, softball tosses and Budweiser?
However you pic…