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Brain Food: Superfoods To Improve Your Cognitive Function

Meredith Melnick | September 30, 2013 | Healthy Living
We've all had those days when we just can't seem to concentrate. And while there's no magic pill to bring us back to the height of our cognitive powers, there are some foods that have been shown to improve brain function, protect against age-associated cognitive decline and encourage focus and...

Barbra Streisand Tour Ticket Prices Hit All-Time High

Naughty But Nice Rob | September 21, 2012 | Celebrity
Barbra Streisand is now officially the highest-priced touring act of all time, charging fans as much as $1,500 (plus a service fee of $75) for a single ticket to see her perform live when she returns to Brooklyn at the Barclays Center on Oct. 11 and 13. ...

Richard Gere, 'Arbitrage' Star, On His Sporty Past

Anthonia Akitunde | September 18, 2012 | Fifty
We knew Richard Gere had a whole life before his star-making role in "American Gigolo," but we didn't know it involved a pommel horse. The star, whose recent movie "Arbitrage" had the biggest opening for a film debuting in theaters and on-demand, got a surprise on...

Susan Sarandon Talks 'Cloud Atlas' And Tweeting Dogs

Anthonia Akitunde | September 18, 2012 | Fifty
We've seen actress Susan Sarandon play a nun in "Dead Man Walking," a murderess on the lam in "Thelma and Louise" and a betrayed rich wife in her latest, "Arbitrage." But fans will be stunned by the numerous transformations Sarandon undergoes in "Cloud Atlas." "I...

Long-Term Unemployment Worse Than A Criminal Record When It Comes To Job Placement: Survey

Katherine Bindley | November 8, 2012 | Business
A new survey has found that hiring managers and recruiters believe it is easier to place a candidate who has a job -- but who also has a criminal record -- than a person who has been unemployed for more than two years. Bullhorn, the recruiting software company,

James Brolin Joins 'Community' As Jeff's Dad And More Casting News

Chris Harnick | September 18, 2012 | TV
"Community" viewers will finally meet Jeff Winger's (Jole McHale) father when James Brolin joins the cast. According to EW, Brolin's character will show up in the Thanksgiving episode. Look for Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown) to host a gathering at her house and for Jeff to wind...

Laura Dern Shows Bikini Body On Los Angeles Beach (PHOTOS)

Kiki Von Glinow | September 18, 2012 | Celebrity
Her name may be making the rounds because of her latest Oscar-bound project, "The Master," but today, Laura Dern's name makes headlines for a slightly less buttoned-up reason. Dern stripped down on a Los Angeles beach Tuesday morning for a little sun and surf fun with her family. The...

Gray Hair Caused By Stress? We've Got The Real Answer

Simone Kitchens | October 7, 2012 | Style
One look at the before-and-after photos of U.S. presidents, and one can appreciate the cautionary tale of what the most stressful job in the world will do to your hair. Though few of us will ever endure that level of stress, it's hard to not blame our workday...

Groucho Marx's 1967 Letter To Woody Allen Apologizes In Perfectly Groucho Manner

Ross Luippold | September 19, 2012 | Comedy
Without Groucho Marx, there would have been no Woody Allen. Groucho (and the rest of the Marx Brothers) pioneered the modern New York Jewish brand of humor that, after World War II, became one of the defining sensibilities of American comedy. In the '60s, that legacy was taken up by...

Grandmother Skydives: Nancy Long Skydives With Son For Bucket List Wish

Arti Patel | September 18, 2012 | Canada Living
Meet Nancy Long, a Norcross, Georgia grandmother who gives new meaning to living life to the fullest. Long, who turns 80 on October 5th, celebrated it early by jumping out of a plane. Yes, in a bucket list moment that she describes as "awesome", she went...

Mother-To-Daughter Uterus Transplants Conducted By Swedish Doctors

Amanda L. Chan | November 18, 2012 | Healthy Living
STOCKHOLM — Two Swedish women are hoping to get pregnant after undergoing what doctors are calling the world's first mother-to-daughter uterus transplants. Specialists at the University of Goteborg said they performed the surgery over the weekend without complications but added that they won't consider it successful unless the women give...

Regis Philbin On 'Rachael Ray': Former 'Live!' Host Announces New Monthly Gig

Katherine Fung | September 18, 2012 | Media
Regis Philbin is coming back to daytime. The former "Live!" host will be a recurring guest on Rachael Ray's show, it was announced Tuesday. "I can't tell you how excited I am that Regis will be a recurring special guest on our show this season," Ray said...

'How Booze Built America': Mike Rowe Explores Puritan Love Of Beer (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

Chris Harnick | September 20, 2012 | TV
In "How Booze Built America," Mike Rowe explores ... well, how booze built America. The new Discovery Channel series sees the "Dirty Jobs" star discuss alcohol's influence on American life as he travels across the country. In the exclusive clip above, Rowe tackles the Puritans' -- as he...

Retirees Head To Unconventional Destinations

Anthonia Akitunde | September 18, 2012 | Fifty
CAMDEN, Maine -- When Peg Davis was ready to find a retirement community to move to, she looked north – not south – for a place to spend her later years. Rather than set her sights on Florida, Arizona or some other warm-weather locale, she packed up and moved from...

Amy Poehler, Emmy Nominees Reveal Their Tricks For Dealing With Award Show Nerves

Chris Harnick | November 18, 2012 | TV
LOS ANGELES — Attending the Emmy Awards as a nominee is the kind of heady experience that sends even veteran actors' and show-runners' tummies aflutter. But, of course, the show must go on. Stars say they turn to booze, tunes and deep breaths to prepare for such moments. Here's what...

'Law And Order: SVU' Celebrates 300th Episode Milestone (PHOTOS)

Chris Harnick | September 18, 2012 | TV
Happy 300th episode, "Law & Order: SVU"! The long-running NBC drama celebrated its milestone 300th episode on Mon., Sept. 17. The episode, which is the fifth one of the season, will air as part of the upcoming Season 14. The cast, including Mariska Hargitay who has played Detective Olivia...

Weight Loss Problems: What Have You Noticed, Now That You're Thinner?

Meredith Melnick | September 18, 2012 | Healthy Living
Weight loss comes with moments big and small, during which you may notice a side benefit to your achievement. There are the obvious ones: reaching a goal weight, finishing a 10k race or finally fitting into that pair of jeans. And then there are other, smaller, often unspoken moments...

'Michael Douglas' Biography Reveals Actor's Hidden Demons (EXCERPT)

Anthonia Akitunde | September 18, 2012 | Fifty
Actor Michael Douglas is best-known for his roles in films such as "Wall Street," "Basic Instinct," "Romancing the Stone" and "Fatal Attraction, which was released 25 years ago today. He's won two Academy Awards, including a best actor nod for "Wall Street," and three Golden Globes; and has produced 18...

10 Jobs That Grew More Than 30 Percent This Year

Anthonia Akitunde | September 18, 2012 | Fifty
By Susan Ricker, CareerBuilder.com Staying up-to-date on economic trends is essential in a job search. An occupation you may be interested in could be declining in growth, while a similar role might be popping up at companies everywhere. Pulling data from national employment resources, CareerBuilder's Supply & Demand Portal has...

Nothing But A Number: Middle Age Begins At 55 (PLUS Tips To Feel Young PICTURES)

Brogan Driscoll | September 19, 2012 | UK Lifestyle
Middle age starts much later than originally thought, a study has claimed. According to the research, the average perception of when middle age starts was at 55 years old and the mean average figure for when middle age ends was 69 years. A sizeable minority, nearly one in five, believe...
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