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Ben Nemtin

6 Steps to Crossing Anything Off Your Bucket List

Ben Nemtin | June 2, 2015 | Teen
Think about what you really want. Forget what you think you should do or what others say you should do. What excites you? What feels impossible? Be honest with yourself.
Ian Spanier

RIGHT NEXT DOOR: Matthew McGorry, Actor

Ian Spanier | June 2, 2015 | Los Angeles
A nationally ranked power lifter, bodybuilder, martial artist and personal trainer, McGorry sets what he calls "efficient" goals -- that is, those he knows he'll be able to meet. It appears to be working; he's managed to land parts on two...
Arianna Huffington

Introducing What's Working: Purpose + Profit

Arianna Huffington | June 2, 2015 | Business
The shift in the way an increasing number of businesses see their role in the world has been one of the most exciting, promising and desperately needed developments of the past few years. That's why today I'm delighted to announce What's Working: Purpose + Profit, a new platform, sponsored by PricewaterhouseCoopers, that's putting a spotlight on the ways businesses are working toward solutions, widening the lens of their concern and moving beyond the obsession with quarterly earnings and short-term gain toward a very different vision. Purpose + Profit will feature stories, insights and tips from leaders in the world of business and thinkers who are driving change, with an emphasis on what's working in entrepreneurship, B-corporations and impact investing.
Jay Weston

British Polo Day Was Awesome!

Jay Weston | June 2, 2015 | Los Angeles
My close buddies Freddie Windsor, he of that British Royal family, and his lovely actress/writer wife Sophie Winkleman, a fairly new mother of Maud, were having a party and I was invited.
Turnstyle

Virtual Reality Expo Goes Epic in LA

Turnstyle | June 1, 2015 | Technology
Two years ago the first Virtual Reality Los Angeles meetup began as a modest affair, at least by Hollywood standards. A volunteer group of virtual reality enthusiasts assembled via Reddit by USC student Cosmo Scharf took over the motion capture stage of Digital Domain.
Jackie Savitz

Why the East Coast Needs to Pay Attention to the Santa Barbara Oil Spill

Jackie Savitz | June 1, 2015 | Green
It is absurd that the last five years has seen oil extraction returning to previous levels, with rigs drilling even deeper in the Gulf than before the tragedy took place.
Michael Barrie

Live from Encino... 'The Late Show'

Michael Barrie | June 1, 2015 | Comedy
As a writer on both series finales, Johnny Carson's Tonight Show in May of '92, and David Letterman's Late Show in May, 2015, I can say the shows were similar in one respect: both required me to -- for one last time -- drive to work in the San Fernando Valley.
Zane Rubin

I'm a High School Dropout -- and I'm OK With That

Zane Rubin | June 1, 2015 | Teen
On May 27, 2015 I should have graduated from high school, but I did not. I am a dropout. Many would be disheartened to learn I was unable to accomplish something so simple, so necessary. But actually, I am fine.
Caitlyn Becker

Why I Am Thrilled To Share My Name With Caitlyn Jenner

Caitlyn Becker | June 1, 2015 | Women
I don't know how or why Caitlyn Jenner found her way to the name we now share, but I am proud as hell to share it with her. For me, my name has always given me strength and pride, but now it can do that for so many others thanks to Jenner.
Graham Kent, Ph.D.

San Andreas: Separating 5 Facts From Earthquake Fiction

Graham Kent, Ph.D. | June 1, 2015 | Science
As a seismologist, I welcome this movie and hope it marks the beginning of a serious conversation about the real consequences of a large earthquake in modern America. Whatever the scientific flaws of San Andreas may be -- and they are plenty -- the consequences of a large urban earthquake remain unnerving.
Eat Drink Lucky

Tiki Takeover

Eat Drink Lucky | June 1, 2015 | Taste
We've never met a Tiki cocktail we weren't willing to try.
Domino

Inside an Urban Oasis

Domino | June 1, 2015 | HuffPost Home
Trend forecaster Anne Ziegler has made a career out of being on the cusp of the latest styles. Now, after a decade of cramped apartment living in New York City, she embraces the laid-back vibe of her new Los Angeles home.
Shana Fong

This Is Not a Music Festival; It's an Experience

Shana Fong | June 1, 2015 | Entertainment
We're talking about the bigger picture, the greater experience, what you take with you long after the bands have left and your sunburn has faded. We're taking a look beyond the lineup: what's really drawing crowds to America's favorite festivals.
Arianna Huffington

My Q and A With Hush's Daniel Lee on the Intersection of Sleep and Wearable Technology

Arianna Huffington | June 1, 2015 | Healthy Living
Daniel Lee is a co-founder of Hush, the earplugs that block out sleep-disrupting noises while remaining wirelessly connected to your smartphone so you don't sleep through your alarm. In answer to my questions, he shared his insights on why such a product is needed, how poor sleep can affect our most important relationships, and the future of wearable technology.
Jay Weston

Beverly Hills "Pawnshop to the Stars" Is Awesome!

Jay Weston | June 2, 2015 | Los Angeles
all photos by Jay Everyone hits a dry patch where they need some quick cash. Sometimes you borrow it from family or friends, occasionally (very rarely) a bank will lend it...or the easiest of all, if you have any...
William Bradley

Despite Water and Climate Controversies and Urgings for Tax Hikes and Tax Cuts, Jerry Brown Scores High in New Polling

William Bradley | May 29, 2015 | Politics
The big drought has Californians worried. There are major controversies over Governor Jerry Brown's order to cut water consumption by 25 percent, not to mention some furious to-and-froing on climate change and demands for tax hikes and tax cuts.
Zagat

The Hottest Mexican Restaurants Across the U.S.

Zagat | May 29, 2015 | Taste
The country's Mexican food scene is hotter than ever, with more and more real-deal taquerias.
Robert Pappalardo

We're One Step Closer to Understanding a Moon That Could Be Home to Alien Life

Robert Pappalardo | May 29, 2015 | World
Finding life elsewhere would end our cosmic isolation: if there is life in our own planetary backyard, then life is probably common throughout the universe. These enticing possibilities are why my colleagues and I have spent 17 years developing a spacecraft mission dedicated to understanding Europa.
Jeremy M. Goldberg

Hacking for a Healthier California

Jeremy M. Goldberg | June 1, 2015 | Politics
Vaccination rates are just one example of government health data that has been made available by the California Health and Human Services Agency and its recently launched open data portal. Today, reporters, civic technologists and policy advocates are using this newly accessible information to create tools and services to improve the health of their local communities.
Frank Breslin

Why America Demonizes Its Teachers

Frank Breslin | May 29, 2015 | Education
Evaluating teachers on their students' performance is an issue that has elicited much comment of late. In essence, this view assumes that if students aren't learning, the fault lies squarely with their teachers alone.
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