La Terraza Rooftop Bar, Restaurant and Lounge – Madrid, Spain
We regret to inform you that it is MONDAY once again. We don’t know what to tell you, darlings. This keeps happening and no one seems willing to do anything about it. We have no choice but to spend the day in a fabulous rooftop LOunge. It’s messy business, but someone has to do it. We saved you a seat. Hell, we saved you all of the seats.
From Jackie Kennedy’s Watch To Princess Diana’s Cross Pendant, Inside Kim Kardashian’s Museum-Worthy Jewellery Collection
It seems that Kim Kardashian has flown all the way to Tokyo in order to get her hands on the dazzling diamond and gemstone necklace from Chanel’s spring/summer 1995 collection, complete with interlocking Cs and tear-drop pearls, that features in Greta Gerwig’s record-breaking Barbie movie.
For those of us who have been following Kardashian’s growing jewellery collection, it comes as no surprise that she would want to acquire the statement piece so soon after the film came out.
Bob Barker, Longtime Host of ‘The Price Is Right,’ Dies at 99
The winner of numerous Emmy Awards, he was almost as well known for his advocacy of animal rights as he was for his half a century as a daytime television fixture.
Mr. Barker, who was also a longstanding and prominent advocate for animal rights, was a fixture of daytime television for half a century — first as the host of “Truth or Consequences,” from 1956 to 1974, and, most famously, starting in 1972, on “The Price Is Right,” the longest-running game show on American television.
Relatable, real and rooted: Why Keke Palmer is truly an inspiration
“Baby this is Keke Palmer…”
Hollywood has a revolving door of talent where fame’s clock ticks louder than applause; not for our Keke Palmer though.
Our triple-threat (singer, dancer, actress), multi-hyphenated, talented queen’s first on-screen role was in Barbershop 2: Back in Business at only nine years old, and then she stole hearts all over the world with her debut leading role of Akeelah on Akeelah and the Bee. After the movie came out, subscriptions for spelling competitions must have sky-rocketed as she really made spelling bees an It girl aesthetic.
The best luxury bars, restaurants and beach clubs in Ibiza
From late-night hotspots to relaxing beach-side eateries
There’s a reason that Ibiza remains a popular summer destination. Aside from the beautiful beaches, world-class nightlife and reliably warm temperatures, it just has a vibe; a stirring, magnetic force (perhaps a literal one, if you’re interested in geomagnetic energy – more on that below) that draws the crowds back year after year for a dose of well-earned hedonism.
6 Weird And Wonderful Aesthetics That Have Defined Summer 2023
Summer holidays are always an excuse for an indulgent social media post (or 10), but this year the holiday aesthetic has gone into complete overdrive. It has been the year of the gimmick (we have TikTok to blame for this), where rather strange movements like “Tomato Girl Summer” and “Rat Girl Summer” have come to the fore. When it comes to summer holiday tribes in 2023, it’s no longer a case of whether you decamp to a beach in France or to a villa in Italy.
7 Exceptional Netflix Films To Stream Now
Netflix’s original and acquired films have gotten a lot of flack over the past few years. Sure, there are countless rolled out each month, and most are largely forgettable, but in and amongst the tween romances and ill-judged comedies there are also a spate of releases that are truly extraordinary – critically-lauded awards contenders and jaw-dropping hidden gems which rank among some of the best films of the last decade. So, when you’re scrolling aimlessly in search of something to watch, these are the seven Netflix movies you need to stream.
Adele’s Las Vegas Residency Marred By Back Pain, Chattering Crowds
The legendary singer said a chronic condition means ‘I have to waddle’ across the stage, or must sit down completely.
It’s been a long road to Las Vegas for Adele, with postponements and delays snarling her much-anticipated residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace for nearly a year. But after a successful run from November 2022 to this past March, a second stint from June to November was announced—but the grueling schedule appears to be taking its toll on the 35-year-old singer.
I Asked Four Former Friends Why We Stopped Speaking. Here’s What I Learned
I needed answers. Concrete ones—not those generic suggestions that I “put myself out there” or “just give it time.” Everyone around me had managed to hold on to friends throughout their lives; everyone seemed to be on girls’ trips and boozy brunches; seemed to have a tribe of confidants ready to drop everything for them. And here I was, a lonely, overworked 28-year-old who spent way too much time in her apartment, wondering why she didn’t have any of that.
38 of the Best Thriller Movies to Watch on Netflix
These films are bound to get your heart racing.
Netflix has quite a collection of thrillers right now, with some new hits this year for the devoted fan looking for a new fave, and plenty of classics for people searching for a deep cut. As a genre, thrillers cover a vast range, some with elements of romance or family drama, politics, or even entire imaginative sci-fi worlds. The list below has some of each sub-category, and they will all leave you feeling breathless, surprised, and on the edge of your seat with excitement and suspense. And possibly some theories about how it all ends. Grab your favorite snack, get comfortable, and settle in to have to your mind blown.
How Does Dating Change in Your 30s?
I spent the first half of my 30s in a long-term relationship. Having now been single for over a year, a friend recently asked me the seemingly innocuous question: So, what are you looking for? “Well…” I said, taking a deep, anticipatory breath. “I’m looking for a guy who’s ready to commit, who is handsome, kind, successful, fit, creative, funny, in therapy, taller than me, can fix things around the house, who wants a family but ideally doesn’t have kids yet, and who’s between the ages of 36 and 43—ya know, give or take a year.” My friend looked at me like he feared for my life. “So, you’re basically trying to hit the world’s smallest target?” he asked.
Love Champagne? Try These 25 Bottles of American Sparkling Wine
It’s never been a better time to try bubbles made back home.
American sparkling wine, long considered by some as a little cousin of sorts to Champagne, is very much a star in its own right. Producers from the North Fork of Long Island to California to Oregon are crafting seriously impressive bubbly, and domestic fizz is as electric as it’s ever been. […] The most well-known American sparkling wines are those that have taken a classic approach, either with an homage to ownership based in Champagne such as Domaine Carneros or Roederer Estate, or Schramsberg with their inspiration from the great wines of Champagne.
Why the Color of Your Mug Can Make Your Coffee Taste Better
Brunch just got a little bit more interesting.
If you could change the way you taste and find new pathways to appreciate what’s on your plate, wouldn’t you want to? In her new book How To Taste: A Guide to Discovering Flavor and Savoring Life, Mandy Naglich breaks down what taste is, and how you can fine tune your tasting abilities. […] The number one takeaway you’ll find from Naglich’s book is that the way something tastes to you isn’t just dependent on what’s physically on your tongue. Taste is multisensory; What you touch, see, smell, and hear can all impact the flavor you perceive. This means that the colors used for wallpaper, interior decor, plateware, and more can all help shape taste.
Adele put her Las Vegas concert on hold to tell security to leave a fan alone, videos show
Adele stopped singing at her Las Vegas concert residency to support a member of the audience.
She told security to leave her fan alone and stop bothering him for having fun.
Adele has previously halted her concerts to scold security guards and help out unwell fans.
70 Easy Fall Dinner Ideas for an Extra Cozy Weeknight Meal
These recipes will be your go-to comfort dishes during autumn.
As the temperatures cool and the leaves begin to change, your go-to, easy dinners might change too. During the summer, it’s easy to fire up the grill and enjoy BBQ dishes all season long. But come fall, it’s all about cozy soups, creamy pasta dishes and other seasonal favorites. So if you are looking to add some new dishes to your weeknight rotation when we enter autumn, we’ve rounded up our favorite fall dinner ideas that are both comforting and easy to make — especially when you’re in a pinch.
How to make school life a little less difficult for kids
Actually useful ways to help children with homework, bullying, and mental health.
Students are faced with a daily barrage of potential stressors: a demanding course load, tricky social dynamics, managing both their time and emotions. In a four-year study designed to estimate the prevalence of mental disorders in kindergarteners through 12th graders, findings showed one in six students exhibited enough symptoms to meet the criteria for one or more childhood mental disorders, such as anxiety disorders and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
Who was George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham? The aristocrat whose rumoured affair with King James I shaped the royal court
Born on 28 August 1592, George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham, was a favourite of King James I. His story will be fictionalised in the upcoming Mary & George. Discover his story on the anniversary of his birth.
Love. Power. Politics. A dazzling new period drama promises to bring a ravishing rumoured royal gay love affair that shaped King James I’s court to life on screen. Mary & George, due to air on Sky Atlantic in the UK and AMC in the US later this year, will chart the rise to power of George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham, a favourite and reported lover of King James I, son of Mary Queen of Scots. Aided by his formidable mother Mary Villiers, Countess of Buckingham, George Villiers became one of the most highly regarded, influential men in early 17th-century England.
Claire Saffitz’s Foolproof Recipe for Making Macarons
These delightful French cookies can be tricky for even the most seasoned bakers, but these tips and tricks will put them well within reach.
In the baking world, French macarons, an almond sandwich cookie consisting of two meringue shells filled with ganache, buttercream or jam, are known as a particularly tricky confection with a high failure rate. Even in a professional bakery, some batches just don’t turn out. Then, why try them at home? For starters, they are exceptionally pretty cookies that can cost several dollars a piece, so there’s an economy to making them yourself.
The Emotion behind Van Gogh’s Brushstrokes
What do you see when you look at Irises?
The work of Vincent van Gogh makes extraordinary use of the impasto technique.
The Dutch postimpressionist was famous for his bold experiments with paint. Impasto allowed him to concentrate vibrant colors and add emotion and movement to his paintings.
His painting techniques even revealed something about his mood. “Violent” moods, he wrote to his brother, required more impasto. When he felt calmer, his paint was not as thick.
PPG Just Announced Its 2024 Color of the Year—See the Grounding Neutral Here
The honey beige color is versatile without being boring.
Many major paint brands have already announced their predictions for next year’s trending paint colors. From moody blacks to restful blue-greens, it’s clear next year is all about color. Leaning into that trend, while simultaneously embracing timeless neutrals is Glidden paint by PPG’s 2024 Color of the Year: Limitless.
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