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Aimee Heckel

Is It Sexy to Be a Hairy Lady?

Aimee Heckel | September 15, 2014 | Weird News
In order to meet the hairless, pre-pubescent body ideal that the American society sets up for us, women must engage in a constant war against their hair.


10 Weirdest Restaurants in the World

SmarterTravel | September 15, 2014 | Travel
Spice up your eating experience at these incredibly weird restaurants around the world. You'll be dodging ninjas and dining out of a toilet in no time!
Arianna Huffington


100 Million Thank-Yous to HuffPosters Around the World

Arianna Huffington | September 15, 2014 | Media
This morning I sent an email to our HuffPost team, sharing the news of a major milestone for our company -- one that really struck a chord with me. And you, the members of the HuffPost community, are the heart and soul of this milestone. Whether you have blogged on HuffPost, commented on, shared or talked about a story or just made us a regular part of your media diet, you have been a key part of the conversation we set out to start a little over nine years ago. Indeed, without you, there would be no HuffPost. So thank you for being part of this remarkable journey -- a journey that is still very much in progress. Here is the email I sent to our team.
Jeff Biggers


The Urban Food Banquet: St. Paul Leads Nation in Art of Food Justice

Jeff Biggers | September 15, 2014 | Green
Working with local farmers, cooks and artists, Jones and Public Art St. Paul fashioned CREATE into a zero waste public art initiative to take the challenge of bringing healthy food directly to the table.
Jason Salzman


Abortion-Ban Proponents Running in Jefferson County

Jason Salzman | September 13, 2014 | Denver
Personhood pressure, in its various forms, faced by Gardner as he worked his way to power, is still very much alive within Colorado's GOP, even in Jeffco, one of the entire country's most critical swing counties.
Chris VanDijk


What Did You Do on 9/12?

Chris VanDijk | September 12, 2014 | Impact
My true Sept. 12 moment didn't happen for another thirteen. It took me five years to come out of my stupor; to quit the job in a place with no windows that I took after Sept 11.
Jason Salzman


Radio Host Says 'Illegals' Infest America With 'Bed Bugs'

Jason Salzman | September 12, 2014 | Denver
I checked, and there's no relationship between bed bugs and undocumented immigrants. Nor is there any evidence that the respiratory illness at children's hospital has any connection to immigrants.
John Rampton


5 Ways to Optimize Your Video Content and YouTube Channel

John Rampton | September 12, 2014 | Business
If you've been hard-at-work creating content, then you're probably aware at how powerful of video has become. If you weren't up-to-date on the popularity and influence that video content has, here are some mind-blowing stats courtesy of Digital Sherpa.
Zak Ebrahim

WATCH: Meet The Terrorist's Son Who Refused To Follow In His Father's Footsteps

Zak Ebrahim | September 12, 2014 | TED Weekends
Abused as a child. Bullied. Raised by a terrorist. These are true facts about the life of Zak Ebrahim. Here's another one: Today, Zak tours the world as an advocate for tolerance and peace. Watch his remarkable story, and ask yourself: What does it take to choose nonviolence?
Pat Waak


20 Years After the International Conference on Population and Development

Pat Waak | September 12, 2014 | Denver
This week the U.N. Foundation and the U.S. Department of State brought together many of the U.S. delegates to this important conference in Cairo, Egypt.
Helen Eisenbach


How to Be a Leading Lady

Helen Eisenbach | September 11, 2014 | Arts
Right now I envy anyone who lives in Denver or has the chance to be at that city's Center for the Performing Arts anytime between Sept. 12 and Oct. 26, when Meredith Wilson's The Unsinkable Molly Brown debuts in a contemporary reimagining written by Dick Scanlan.
Pat Waak


National Treasures v. Political Polemics

Pat Waak | September 11, 2014 | Denver
Does the former Congressman Bob Beauprez know how much it would cost to care for those special places to Colorado? The answer is millions. And where is does the money come from to manage the lands and fight forest fires?
Renaldo Pearson


The Drug War and the Mass Incarceration It Caused: Where We Are and Where We Still Must Go (Part 2 of 5)

Renaldo Pearson | September 11, 2014 | Politics
What changes have come about since our #EndMassIncarceration petition? Well, there's been about 20 developments and victories in the way of criminal justice reform (not including changes at the state/local level), at least 6 of which that are having or will have measurable impact.
Ann Brenoff


Who's My Main Man? My Plumber, Of Course

Ann Brenoff | September 11, 2014 | Fifty
I had to smile when a colleague emailed that she had to work from home that day because she needed to wait for the plumber. She's a virgin home owner, which is to say that when she and her husband bought their first house just a few months ago, she hadn't a clue what bidding adieu to a landlord meant. Mostly what it means is that you spend a lot of time waiting for plumbers.
Renaldo Pearson


The Drug War and the Mass Incarceration It Caused: Where We Are and Where We Still Must Go (Part 1 of 5)

Renaldo Pearson | September 12, 2014 | Politics
At the core of all of this is an ignominious reality at odds with one of the nation's most (publicly) cherished ideals, and one of our Constitution's most sacred laws: the Fourteenth Amendment right to "equal protection of the laws."
Dr. Jim Taylor


Are Young People Getting a Bad Rap These Days?

Dr. Jim Taylor | September 10, 2014 | Media
I think we need to cut young people a little slack. It's easy to be a Chicken Little ("the sky is falling!") and expect the worst from recent generations especially when you get to be of a certain age. How can they possibly compete against "the best and the brightest" and the Greatest Generation?
Seth Masket


What's at Stake in Colorado's 6th

Seth Masket | September 10, 2014 | Politics
It's a fascinating race because so many of the fundamentals of politics are in play and at war with each other.
Jason Salzman


GOP Radio Host Would Be "Shocked" if Beauprez likened Americans to Sheep. Well, He Did.

Jason Salzman | September 10, 2014 | Denver
I spoke last week with Dan Caplis and Craig Silverman, who were co-hosting Dan Caplis' KNUS show. Caplis and Silverman think The Denver Post should have more coverage of Gov. John Hickenloopers comments on CNN that he'd consider granting clemency to convicted killer Nathan Dunlap. Never mind the copious...
Lloyd I. Sederer, MD


Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night

Lloyd I. Sederer, MD | September 10, 2014 | Healthy Living
Do you know someone who died by his or her hands, or tried (including perhaps you)? If you do, whether near or far from your heart, we hope you will join New York State and The Huffington Post in our campaign to help prevent deaths that need not happen.
Bob Semro


Campaign Ads Criticize the ACA, But Are the Claims Accurate?

Bob Semro | September 8, 2014 | Denver
The bottom line is that in a health care system as complicated as ours, problems have multiple causes. And a single law can't solve every problem. With these ads, it's best to remember that they aren't really trying to educate the listener or viewer. Rather, they are using selective arguments and trying to score political points.
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