Ashley Graham and Danielle Herrington Reign Supreme in SI Swimsuit Issue

There’s a lot of buzz going around ahead of Sports Illustrated releasing its upcoming 2018 Swimsuit Issue. It’s not just because there’s going to be plenty of scantily-clad models plastered across each page (although that’s part of the reason for its evergreen appeal); no, we can thank barrier-breaking models Ashley Graham and Danielle Herrington for our eagerness to celebrate the 2018 issue. The first major reason to get hyped for the Swimsuit Issue is that fact that Graham looks all kinds of stunning, svelte, and sexy from the initial images that have been released. Josie Clough/Sports…

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Britney Spears to be honored for support of gay community

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Pop star Britney Spears will be honored for her support of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community at an awards ceremony this year, advocacy group GLAAD said on Tuesday. Source link

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Salon asks ad-blocking users to opt into cryptocurrency mining instead

Media outlet Salon is testing an alternative to advertising: mining cryptocurrency through readers’ computers. If you visit the site with an ad-blocker turned on, you might see a prompt to either disable the blocker or choose a “suppress ads” option, as reported today by Financial Times and confirmed by The Verge. According to FT, the latter choice will let Salon put your unused computing power toward mining the cryptocurrency Monero, using a JavaScript-based mining tool from Coinhive. Other sites have used cryptocurrency mining in lieu of (or in addition to)…

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Strangers: Prey at Night

Opens Friday, Mar 9, 2018 A family’s road trip takes a dangerous turn when they arrive at a secluded mobile home park to stay with some relatives and find it mysteriously deserted. Movie Details Play Trailers Source link

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15 Simple DIY Hacks That Will Totally Elevate Your Home

I’ll be the first to admit that the phrase do it yourself doesn’t really do it for me. I like other kinds of projects—mastering a challenging risotto dish, feng shui-ing my furniture to make my tiny apartment appear larger, consigning my clothes and reorganizing my dresser à la Marie Kondo, etc. There’s just something intimidating (and not all that appealing, to me) about undertakings that require me to literally make my own furniture and home decor. Add to that the fact that the finished version of so many DIY crafts look…

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