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By Dan Ouellette, ZEALnyc Senior Editor, August 22, 2016

The jazz world lost a legend on Monday, August 15th when 75-year-old vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson passed away at the home that he built in northern California, losing his long fight against emphysema. He had been awarded with the prestigious National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master honor in 2010 after recording as a leader and sideman beginning in the ’60s and continuing up till recently.

In the past twenty years I had the opportunity to spend time with Hutch–first as reporter in the ’90s for the San Francisco Chronicle when discussing an upcoming show he was playing in the Bay Area. He seemed spaced out at times in our conversation, but also quick to crack a joke about one of his early-year experiences. A few years later I decided to put Bobby on the hot seat of DownBeat‘s Blindfold Test–trying to guess who a player was and reflect on the music he was hearing–in front of a live audience at the Monterey Jazz Festival. However, I was worried. Would he be the spaced-out jazz elder or the good-times entertainer he so thoroughly put on display when he performed? As it turned out, he had the crowd in stitches as he listened to a series of recorded vibraphonists and weighed in on their prowess or lack thereof.

The next year I ran across Bobby at the breakfast table at the North Sea Jazz Festival, then being held at The Hague in the Netherlands. A constant flow of people passed by and exchanged hugs with Bobby as he sat and told story after comical story of the old days.

We connected again in 2013 to talk about his career. It takes a journey to get to where he lives. The picturesque stretch of Highway 1 along the Pacific Ocean coastline between San Francisco and Santa Cruz may not be as dramatic and isolated as the spectacular Big Sur drive further south below Monterey. But, except for a few close-to-the-cliff curves where cars on occasion soar off the pavement and plunge some one hundred feet to the jagged, salt water-drenched rocks below, this relatively unknown span of two-lane blacktop makes for a cruiser’s paradise. Huge crashing waves (most notably the Mavericks where surfers flock in the winter to attempt to negotiate breakers that have been known to crest at 80 feet), spooky fog (where visibility at times is only a few feet), windswept cypress trees (growing sideways) and in the midst of the winter rainy season a mad rush of precipitation hurled to the shoreline (the downpours sometimes trigger landslides that shut Highway 1 for months).

Twenty miles south of San Francisco on Highway 1 sits the sleepy, idyllic town of Montara, population just shy of 3,000. Its still-standing lighthouse built on the point in 1875 today has been repurposed into a popular hostel, and the mile-long state beach is arguably one of the finest on the coast.

Just off the main drive, hunkering down for yet another damp winter by feeding his brick fireplace with split Monterey pine, sat Hutcherson, the innovator who forever changed the potential for the vibraphones with his progressive improvisational mallet prowess.

While he didn’t pioneer the full blooming of the vibraphone from being a novelty instrument–Lionel Hampton deserves the props, followed by Red Norvo, followed radically by Milt Hinton–Hutcherson took the vibes to a new level of jazz sophistication with his harmonic inventions and his blurring-fast, four-mallet runs across the metal bars amplified with motor-driven resonators. Today, he’s the standard bearer of the instrument and has a plenitude of emulators to prove it.

Even though Hutch’s stick action may have slowed a tad, his passion for music surely hasn’t, evidenced by last year’s Kind of Blue Records album Somewhere in the Night. Recorded live in 2009 at Dizzy’s Club at Jazz at Lincoln Center, the disc captures the vibraphonist collaborating with B-3 organ maestro Joey DeFrancesco and his trio. It’s a rousing bebop-to-blues-to-ballads outing where DeFrancesco delivers fire with his brio and brusque voicings while Hutcherson gracefully dances with a cool finesse that thrills and even tosses in vibes fillips to complement his partner’s sprightly velocity on Duke Ellington’s “Take the Coltrane.”

But since the gig, Hutcherson has been laying low for several reasons, one of which is a well-deserved respite from the career-long full-tilt action that made him one of jazz’s most prolific recording artists, as a leader and as an in-demand session man. And he was happy to be in Montara–home.

The Los Angeles native made his way to New York in the early ’60s and then unlike most of his peers returned to the Golden State in 1967, continuing his band-leading duties for Blue Note Records from his West Coast base, first in L.A. and then later in San Francisco. It was his 1971 experimental soul-blues Blue Note recording, San Francisco, featuring the funky hit tune “Ummh,” that solidified his stay.

“That song and album got a lot of airplay, so I made some money,” Hutcherson said with a laugh. “My wife and I agreed that we should do something special. So in 1972, I bought an acre of land in Montara and built a small house on it. The acreage and house cost me $ 39,000. That was one of the smartest investments I’ve ever made.”

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Born in Pasadena in Los Angeles County, Hutcherson grew up playing a piano in his house and listening to church music at the First African Methodist Episcopal Church. But his true education came from his older brother Teddy, a big jazz fan who listened to records by the likes of Art Blakey in his room with his friend, Dexter Gordon–the future tenor star who Bobby was destined to play with years later (on records as well as in the CBS All-Stars band at Havana Jam in 1979 and in the Bernard Tavernier film Round Midnight in 1986).

Bobby’s older sister, Peggy, was a singer who performed in Gerald Wilson’s 17-piece jazz orchestra (she was later a Ray Charles Raelette) and who dated locally based reedsman Eric Dolphy and later tenor saxophonist Billy Mitchell.

Even though the young Hutcherson was surrounded by jazz, he didn’t fully dive in until he was 12 when he was walking down a Pasadena street and heard Milt Jackson’s swinging vibes blaring from a record store. The tune was “Bemsha Swing” and the Prestige album was Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants. Hutcherson bought it, wore it out listening to it, then began saving money bricklaying with his mason father to buy a vibraphone like his new hero. After he got it, he began playing in town with friends, including bassist Herbie Lewis who told him he could earn spending change, plus meet young women. (A novice on the vibes, Hutcherson had Lewis mark the notes of the tunes on the keys, which were “cleaned off” by a conscientious stage manager, resulting in a disastrous debut performance.) Hutcherson played with Dolphy as well as Charles Lloyd at such venues as Pandora’s Box on the Sunset Strip.

Through his sister, Hutcherson got to know Mitchell who had recently left the Count Basie Band in 1961 and co-formed a new group with ex-Basie trombonist Al Grey. “Billy needed someone to play piano parts on the vibes,” Hutcherson said. “My first gig with them was at The Jazz Workshop in San Francisco opposite Charles Mingus. Billy then asked me if I wanted to go with them to New York where they playing Birdland at 52nd and Broadway, opposite Art Blakey.”

That’s where he got his first taste of the city’s strange grit. The date was a two-week stint. As Hutch was assembling his vibraphone for the first night, the cigar-smoking emcee of the club, Pee Wee Marquette, blew smoke in his face and told him to get off the stage. “We don’t need you,” he said. “We’ve already got Lionel Hampton and Milt Jackson.” And to make matters worse, Marquette was known for making it hard for emerging youngsters to get recognition by deliberately mispronouncing their names.

“He’d mess your name up unless you gave him a nice tip for the announcement,” said Bobby. “At first he called me Bubba Hutchins. People laughed. Finally after the first week, I gave him five bucks. The next week he introduced me as Bobby Hutcherson.”

The Mitchell-Grey band went on the road, mostly on the chitlin circuit, then broke up, leaving Hutcherson to fend for his own in New York. He settled in, living in the Bronx on 165th Street, a few blocks from Yankee Stadium. “I grew up with grass and trees,” he said with a laugh. “New York City was quite a different spot. But I knew I had what was best there to get things going musically.”

Even though the Mitchell-Grey band disintegrated, Hutcherson contributed to recording dates by both musicians as well as took on moonlighting gigs as a taxi driver to make his rent. As he began branching out more on his own, he soon faced the New York scene full on. He relinked up with Lewis who was playing with Art Farmer and Benny Golson in the Jazztet where Grachan Moncur III was playing trombone. Lewis was hosting jam sessions at his pad, and Moncur, after hearing Hutch play, said that it would be good for him to meet Jackie McLean, whose band he was also playing in.

“Jackie liked what I was doing with four mallets, so he asked me to play with him at the Club Coronet where he was introducing a young drummer from Boston,” said Hutcherson, who didn’t feel that he needed to ID the obvious: then-17-year-old Tony Williams. “Jackie called Alfred Lion at Blue Note to see the band. Lion wanted to record the group, so we all went off to Rudy Van Gelder’s.”

The 1963 album was McLean’s classic One Step Beyond. Hutcherson continued playing with an assortment of Blue Note artists, including Moncur, Andrew Hill, Grant Green and L.A. pal Dolphy. “Eric had heard about this new young band Jackie had put together for the Coronet date,” Hutcherson said. “He came in and was surprised to see me. He told me that he wanted me to do some gigs. Eric had a thing. He played two octaves, playing the chords from the first octave followed by chords from the second. He opened up these amazing possibilities.”

Case in point: Dolphy’s sole Blue Note album, 1964′s gem, Out To Lunch, where he displayed the avant-garde modus operandi to expect the unexpected, with a band comprising Freddie Hubbard, Richard Davis and Williams. Offering unpredictable floating accents and wink-in-the-eye drop-ins, Hutcherson shines throughout, including the Dolphy-penned track “Hat And Beard” (inspired by Thelonious Monk) where the vibraphonist contributed plunks, splashes and shimmers that have a prankster vibe.

“I began hearing all these other ways of playing,” Hutcherson said. “That was wonderful for me to be living in New York and to be a part of the jazz renaissance of that time.” Early in his Blue Note career (which continued to 1977), Lion gave him carte blanche to record his own albums as a leader. “I told Alfred that I wanted to do some different things and he told me, ‘Listen, you make all the albums you want. Just call me and you can record.’ So that’s what I was doing every couple of months.”

This estimation confirmed what others in the jazz world had already realized: that Hutcherson was an adventurous improviser who wasn’t afraid to barrel down the barriers of the dominant hard-bop jazz world.

Hutcherson’s official Blue Note debut, The Kicker, was recorded at the end of 1963 but mysteriously shelved until 1999 (the Blue Note label at the time was recording prolifically). Other trackings met with the same stockpile treatment, including Spiral, recorded in 1968, and Medina, recorded in 1969, which were released on CD in 1998 as a double album. But several of his outings managed to see the light of day in the ’60s, including his first issued album Dialogue (during the time that he was playing in Archie Shepp’s quartet) in 1965, and his 1966 masterpiece, Stick Up!, his first date with McCoy Tyner and featuring his collaboration with Joe Henderson.

Hutcherson also delved into the highly charged political vibe of the city, packing his cumbersome vibraphone into cases at his Bronx home, loading them onto a dolly for the subway ride and sometimes stopping off in Harlem to hear Malcolm X speak on his way to gigs and rehearsals.

But Hutcherson’s New York experience came to an abrupt close in 1967 while he was recording a date with Hill. At the rehearsal he and bassist Joe Chambers took a break and scored a couple of joints to kick back in Central Park. However, they were busted by the police, handcuffed and thrown into jail. Musician friends at the club Slugs passed the hat to post bail for him. But Hutcherson lost not only his cabaret card (the guarantee to perform anywhere in New York that was abolished not long after) but also his taxi driver’s license.

So, he moved back to Southern California where he joined up with hard-bop tenor saxophonist Harold Land and began their long-running creative union, starting with Land’s quintet record, The Peace-Maker, released in 1968 on the Cadet label. When the cabaret card was no longer required in New York, Alfred Lion called Hutcherson to continue his recordings–this time as a collaboration with Land. The underappreciated band recorded seven albums for Blue Note, beginning with 1968′s Total Eclipse (with Chick Corea on piano) and continuing through 1975′s Inner Glow. The former proved to a marquee outing for the group, where hard-bop entered into the exploratory zone. The album dips in and out of Hutcherson’s daredevil sensibility, with exciting vibes romp and elation. The trippy finale, “Pompeian,” is a questing voyage with a whimsical open and close and a complex middle section that is avant-leaning and charged as Hutcherson paints dark colors on the marimbas.

“I had been doing a lot of writing then,” he said. “I was experimenting with moving intervals in my playing, doing seconds and thirds to fourths and fifths. It was creating a different sound instead of typical jazz lines. The intervals were opened up. The idea was to try to make it sound simple even though the music was hard to figure out. Harold started playing the intervals too so that we could bounce off each other. Actually, I got a lot of my ideas from Joe Chambers who was always trying to change the recipe. ‘Pompeian’ is full of the intervals playing–which actually reflected the scene that was going on in San Francisco at the time.”

In addition to Corea, other pianists joined the Hutcherson-Land band, including Joe Sample and Stanley Cowell. “Joe Chambers hipped me to Stanley,” Hutcherson said. “He was a guy with a direction. He had great ideas and he showed me a lot about beats–playing on top of the beat or in the beat or behind the beat. He would create a whiplash situation, like a weather system that comes in and creates a pow. And then it circles around and boom! It’s almost like a punch line. It’s the kick like the tail end of a cup of coffee. That’s what Stanley had.”

Then the chairman of the jazz program and professor of jazz piano at Rutgers University, Cowell began his New York experience in the ’60s with Max Roach. Then he was called by Miles Davis, but quit after playing two gigs with him in Montreal and Boston. It was a too controlled–and no doubt, chaotic–a situation for him, so he worked with Charles Tolliver and then Stan Getz, connecting often with Chambers who brought him into the Hutcherson-Land fold.

“Bobby was one of the most relaxed people,” Cowell said. “He was a wonderful player, but he did it in a relaxed way. When we were touring, he never rushed to the airport. We’d all be panicked that we were going to be too late, but he just relaxed and took his time–and we never missed a flight. Behind his back, we called him California Dreamer.”

Cowell says that with Hutcherson’s penchant for stretching beyond, the band was definitely in the zeitgeist of the tumultuous anti-establishment era. “We were all embracing the political content of the music versus issuing the traditional and conventional,” he says. “Our approaches varied. We used sounds prevalent at the time and played in a free form. Our resources were expanded as we set out to re-examine the music. The apex for me came at a concert we had in Antibes [France]. You can view it on YouTube. There were great moments at that show where we combined pulses with a great deal of freedom within a fixed form. Bobby was doing these incredible cadenzas. The last time I saw him, he still was. He’s a happy person.”

Bobby’s move from SoCal to San Francisco was hastened by a Pasadena friend, Delano Dean, who opened up the Both/And club (which is where he met his second wife Rosemary Zuinga, who was a ticket taker). There was a lot of activity there, not only at Keystone Korner, The Jazz Workshop and the Blackhawk, but also in Golden Gate Park. He set up roots in the city and later Montara.

Joe Henderson also made the move to San Francisco. The tenor saxophonist and vibist formed a trio with drummer Elvin Jones and traveled the country. “Joe and I became very close,” Hutcherson said. “He always had a haircutter in the city. So, when we were on the road, I brought along a pair of sheers and gave him haircuts.”

Hutch noted that he’s slowing down. “I’m not the dynamo I used to be,’ he says, laughing again. “I have emphysema, and I’m breathing oxygen while I’m talking to you. I can’t play long solos like I used to be able to, and I don’t play quite as fast because that takes a lot of oxygen.”

During the winter months with Montara’s cold, damp weather, it’s been rough for Hutcherson, who has ended up in the hospital every February for four years in a row. Still, he says, “My doctor keeps telling me I’m doing well. That way I can continue to share my life and my music. What a reward that is.”

One time in recent years when Hutcherson was totally out of his element was when he was asked in 2003 to be a founding member of the SFJAZZ Collective, where he was the elder working with an array of young jazz stars through 2007, including artistic director Joshua Redman, Miguel Zenón, Dave Douglas, Renee Rosnes, and several others.

“That was four wonderful years, and I was the old guy in the group,” Hutcherson said. “It was something completely new to me. I was thrilled to play, but I was also very humbled. What a learning experience that was being with the younger players. I learned forgiveness, to forgive myself. I wasn’t able to play as fast, and sometimes I’d miss notes and feel bad. But all the players made me realize that I had to forgive myself and keep going. That was the biggest lesson. And I continue to work on this every day. It’s a good practice.”

Looking back at his career, Hutcherson waxed philosophic. All the trophies he’s received and the plaques pegged on his walls aren’t the point, he said. “Slowing down, I see a lot more,” he said. “The real plaque for me is to be able to share my music with others.” He paused and then added, “There’s still a lot to be revealed.”

As it turned out, a year later in 2014 he recorded his final album, Enjoy the View, returning to the label where he began his career: Blue Note.

(Note: Part of the 2013 story appeared as a feature in DownBeat magazine.)

Cover photos: courtesy of Blue Note Records
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Read the second installment of this two-part feature: The Final Recording by Jazz Master Bobby Hutcherson / 1941-2016

Dan Ouellette, Senior Editor at ZEALnyc, writes frequently for noted Jazz publications, including DownBeat and Rolling Stone, and is the author of Ron Carter: Finding the Right Notes and Bruce Lundvall: Playing by Ear.

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Taking a victory lap in summer’s last gasp, this week’s best beauty looks both celebrated and defied the steamy late-season weather.

Air-dried waves (Beyoncé) and bigger-is-better curls (Ciara) transformed stifling temperatures into a stealth beauty ally, just as Zoë Kravitz made the case for a fresh hybrid hair upgrade courtesy of a half topknot and a few slim braids. Channeling preppy style at its best, Reese Witherspoon stuck to a classic all-American pairing of a wispy knot and crisp striped shirt, while Izabel Goulart represented Team Brazilian Bombshell with her tousled summer ponytail (almost) outshining her steel-cut abs.

Save for the odd neatly painted hot coral mouth (Chloë Sevigny) makeup was all about soft-shine neutrals that supercharge an end-of-summer bronze: Kendall Jenner went out with little more than a dab of nude lipstick, while Joan Smalls supercharged an artful contouring job with a drop of gilded highlighter blended along cheekbones.

Still, it was Natalie Portman’s lit-from-within complexion serves as a reminder that fresh, healthy skin is the cornerstone of an unforgettable look—and while it takes more than floaty dress to sway a pregnancy rumor, with that kind of supernatural glow, congratulations may be in order.

 

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Here’s The Key Difference Between Cold Feet And Pre-Wedding Jitters

It’s totally normal to have jitters before the wedding day, but cold feet are another thing entirely.

This test by therapist Jennifer Gauvain, co-author of “How Not to Marry the Wrong Guy,” can help you determine if your jitters are something to be concerned about:

You are feeling nervous about your wedding. Which of the following best describes the source of your concerns?

a. Planning the wedding and reception
b. Giving up my life as a single person
c. Giving up my life as a single person and the stress of planning the wedding and reception
d. My relationship with my fiance

If you answered ‘a,’ ‘b’ or ‘c,’ you probably just have jitters. If you answered ‘d,’ you probably have cold feet. Consider this: If you could walk away right now and cancel the wedding, free of fear, guilt, embarrassment and a loss of money, would you do it? If you would, then this is not just normal pre-wedding jitters. 

If you’ve established that you have cold feet and they’re due to major relationship flaws, you may want to consider calling the wedding off. 

“If it’s pretty clearly doomed before it begins, maybe a relatively small inconvenience now will help prevent a more financially and emotionally costly mess in the future,” clinical psychologist Ryan Howes told The Huffington Post. “Seek counsel and guidance first, of course, but until you make your public vows of unity, you can and should be thinking of what’s in your best interest.”

But if you truly believe the problems can be worked through, there’s hope. Below, marriage counselors share their recommendations for getting your relationship back on track. 

1. Talk to your partner.

“You might be hesitant to discuss your cold feet with your partner, but if this is the person with whom you plan on sharing a lifetime, you should be able to have open, honest and sometimes difficult conversations. This could be the opportunity for you both to discuss some of the stresses about the new and unknown future. Perhaps just getting it out in the open and hearing from your partner that they understand your concerns may actually relieve any nervousness you may have.” ― Nari Jeter, marriage and family therapist 

2. Go to therapy.

“Whether individual or couple’s, therapy can help you formulate thoughts around your cold feet and practice communicating it. A qualified therapist can give you tools for managing your anxiety, help you recognize what is cold feet and what are red flags and create a dialogue to get the support and reassurance you need from your future spouse. Therapy can help normalize this process and help you move away from doubt and into excitement about your future. Society seems to have the belief  that it must not be right if it’s too hard. Relationships take work and transitions such as moving in together and joining families are tough on a relationship.”― Anne Crowley, licensed psychologist 

 3. Get out of the house.

“Go out to nature, take a weekend away by yourself or do other things that help clear your mind. It will give you a chance to miss your partner, and to let the emotional waves calm down so you can get a better insight into what’s going on.”― Gal Szekely, marriage and family therapist 

 4. Ask the hard questions.

“If your concerns are more so about your compatibility with your future spouse, you should take this seriously. Have you worked together through the important questions? Have you gone on a compatibility revealing road trip together? Most of the time, past behavior predicts future behavior, so could you handle it if your partner stayed the same throughout your marriage, or are you hoping for a significant change? Spoiler alert: spontaneous major changes don’t often happen. If you have solid answers to the tough questions, and have made your decision from an informed place, you’ve done the best you can.” ― Ryan Howes, clinical psychologist

 5.  Keep a journal.

“Often when we have cold feet, we are looking to an external source for reassurance; however, external responses do not always resonate and make us feel better. Get it out, but do it in a safe space. Get a paper journal and your favorite pen and start writing. This exercise will help you process thoughts as well as emotions. By getting it out, you will ideally stop ruminating, get some distance from the doubt and start to reassure yourself. Spend time writing the negative thoughts that are consuming you, but don’t stop there. Answer your own questions and write about the positives in your partner and in your relationship.”― Anne Crowley 

 6. Get reassurance from good friends.

“Friends that have known you and your partner for a while probably have a more objective and less emotional take on you and your relationship. They can calm you down and remind you of the big picture and what they appreciate about the two of you.” ― Gal Szekely

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‘Drunk Frat Boy’ Is Ryan Lochte’s New Auto-Tuned Olympic Anthem

Ryan Lochte’s apology over his drunken antics during the Olympics has been given a hilarious auto-tune remix in a new viral video.

The Gregory Brothers transformed the gold medalist’s mea culpa for his now-debunked story about being robbed at gunpoint during the Rio 2016 Games into a catchy ditty. To do so, the creative geniuses behind “Songify the News” stitched together footage of the swimmer talking to Matt Lauer of “TODAY” with video of NBC weatherman Al Roker slamming Lochte for his actions.

”Ryan Lochte knows the only way to become America’s sweetheart once again is to go full Cusack and woo us in song,” the YouTubers wrote on their schmoyoho” channel Monday.

Check it out in the clip above.

‘Drunk Frat Boy’ follows the Gregory Brothers’ equally addictive reworkings of inspirational scenes from the hit 1993 movie “Cool Runnings,” and Hillary Clinton’s speech at the Democratic National Convention in July.

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Hurry Up And Buy Malia Obama’s Affordable Shirt Dress

What’s better than Malia Obama in a chic shirt dress? Malia Obama in a cool, chic, affordable shirt dress from ultimate cool-girl brand Everlane that, as of Monday afternoon, is still available in a range of sizes, of course!

The 18-year-old fashion icon was spotted boarding Air Force One after her family vacation to Martha’s Vineyard (as one does) wearing a dress version of the brand’s popular cotton poplin square shirt.

Retailing for $ 88, it’s everything our late summer dreams our made of: The minimalist design, the loose fit, the crisp color. Best of all, it gave us yet another reason to love the direct-to-consumer brand, which is known for its transparency.

And if you needed Malia to prove even further that she’s just like us, it would behoove you to check out her footwear ― a comfortable pair of sneakers that appear to match her mom’s. 

Swoon.

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Собаки Футболка серый Зима Однотонный Сохраняет тепло, Dog Clothes / Dog Clothing-Other

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YGI Group SSE270 Sterling Silver Haloteardrop Cut Micropave Stud Earrings With Cubic Zirconia

YGI Group SSE270 Sterling Silver Haloteardrop Cut Micropave Stud Earrings With Cubic Zirconia

Subtle yet refined these CZ-encrusted earrings add a little sparkle to any look. Each stone is pave-set inside highly polished sterling silver jewelry surrounding a large teardrop center stone.

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Vans Kids – Slip-On Crib (Infant/Toddler) (Black/True White Checkerboard) Kids Shoes

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Yuengling 27209XL Yuengling Mens Corsair Airplane T-Shirt Grey – Extra Large

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Zip-Hoody Vison Serpent x Element

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Florsheim Mens Vaquero Composite Toe Lace-Up Oxford Shoes

Florsheim Mens Vaquero Composite Toe Lace-Up Oxford Shoes


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Womens Fur

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ZALORA Sneakers With Camo Toe Cap

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Women’s PW Minor Park Avenue Shoe – Size: 8.5W

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Does Advertising Make Sense for Artists?

Investing in one’s career is often touted as a sound business move, an act of confidence in the future, the cost of doing business, taking responsibility – that kind of talk. But, which career investments actually give you a return on that investment? For artists, most would agree that art school tuition was a vital expense, as are art supplies, a studio rental and the cost of creating a Web site to display and promote their work. Other forms of investment are more debatable, such as publishing a catalogue of your own artwork, hiring a publicist or career coach. (Certainly, some artists claim these expenditures are a major part of their success.)

Glendale, Arizona artist Bill Mittag “can’t determine the effectiveness of advertising,” but he still spends $ 6,000 or so per year on ads in such publications as Art of the West and Western Art Collector. “Every time I place an ad, the number of hits on my Web site picks up significantly.” Even more telling, “when a gallery has a show and puts a work of mine in the ad, I notice that every time that work sells.”

Still, Mittag is not confident that $ 6,000 or so he spends does much good – “no one has called me up to say, ‘I want that work I saw in your ad,’” – but it is a cost of doing business, of investing in his career, and he worries that not advertising would make things worse.

Placing ads is more associated with the design fields, such as illustration, than with fine art. Patricia McKiernan, executive director of the Graphic Artists Guild, noted that most of the artists in the Guild establish an advertising and promotion budget of between 10 and 30 percent of their gross income, and much of that advertising is in the design field print and online directories that prospective employers use. That sounds like a lot of money, but “if you earn $ 100,000 one year and decide to save that money instead of spending 10-30 percent on advertising, you won’t make $ 100,000 again.”

There is no rule-of-thumb sense of the percentage of one’s income that should be reinvested into advertising in the fine arts, but the concept of buying ads as a regular type of promotion is not foreign to some artists. “If I don’t advertise, how will people ever hear of me,” said artist Carl Borgia of Boynton Beach, Florida, a retired accounting professor at Florida Atlantic University, who spends $ 8,000-10,000 per year on ads in such publications as ARTnews, Modern Painters and Florida Design Magazine. “I have been pursuing art as a business for 10 years and applying the entrepreneurial skills that I have been teaching to my art.” Of those three publications, it has been the non-art one, Florida Design Magazine, that has resulted in the best results, which has included some sales and some requests to appear in shows at art galleries and art fairs.

That makes sense to Caroll Michels, an artist career coach in Sarasota, Florida, who recommends to her clients that they not “buy display ads in art magazines or on their websites. For the most part, the majority of art magazine readers are other artists, who are not in the market for buying other artists artwork. If you decide to purchase advertising space, select upscale consumer and interior design publications.” She noted that one of her clients had invested inherited money in “four full-page color display ads that ran for four months in Art in America. She said that the only response she received was from other artists who thought she was a gallery.”

Belief in advertising often leads to beliefs about how to advertise. Anatoly Dverin, a painter in Plainville, Massachusetts, stated that he only buys full-page ads, because “I don’t want to share the page with another artist; it creates competition. The other artist may use, I don’t know, some combination of red and blue that kills the balance of color in my painting.”

The purpose and nature of advertising is a subject on which there is considerable disagreement, although there is one point on which everyone agrees: One needs to think of advertising as a long-term, rather than a one-shot, effort. To develop name and artistic recognition, the same or similar images must be present in ads that follow one magazine issue after another. Many artists split the costs of advertising with their galleries in advance of an exhibition, and some galleries carry the entire expense, but it is rare for a gallery to pay in full or in part to advertise an artist when there isn’t a show. If the concept is to keep one’s name and images before the public on an ongoing basis, one-shot ads are not likely to produce the desired results. Too, galleries generally have a local audience, and the advertisements they place are likely to be in local or regional publications rather than national ones.

“Advertising, especially advertising with illustrations, effects attendance, not so much sales,” said Bridget Moore, president of New York’s DC Moore Gallery. Other dealers report that ads with reproductions result in a number of telephone inquiries as to price and the availability of works, which also do not quickly translate into sales.

Yet another reason to place ads is purely psychological, according to Edward De Luca, director of DC Moore Gallery, since these notices “massage an artist’s ego,” that is, they let artists know that money is being spent on them and that, in turn, makes artists feel better about their relationship with the gallery. “Artists want to see their names in print and their work being advertised, and they ask us to have ads run in certain magazines.”

Department store owner John Wanamaker once said, “Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is, I don’t know which half.” It isn’t any easier for artists or art dealers to know what works and what doesn’t. Asking previously unknown buyers how they heard of you or, on a higher tech level, purchasing software to learn if an email announcement has been opened are among the ways to discover what has had any effect. Like much else in an artist’s career, there is a lot of trial and a lot of error.

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‘My Husband And I Emotionally Abuse Each Other’

Reader Vicious Cycle writes:

My husband of 11 yrs. had a very traumatic childhood that has left him distrustful of humans, insecure and with intimacy problems. When we first met, we were young and I was very unaware of the turmoil that soon would enter my life. We’ve struggled with everything. From communication, anger, intimacy, privacy, time management and more.

Two biggest obstacles for me are being undervalued and misunderstood because of transference from his past. Because he is emotionally distant/unavailable, I become very critical and sometimes volatile when my needs are not being met after I have stated them (which I know is still wrong but hard to keep being neglected).  It starts to feel as if I am not valued, appreciated and loved even though he tells me that I am but that my rude behavior towards him turns him off. But what isn’t understood is that after days and weeks and months of being neglected, I become angry and so it’s a total circle of pain.

At this point, we are jaded, resentful and hurting deeply. I am feeling hopeless even with his willingness to seek help.  In the past, it has been very sporadic and he didn’t put his all into it. I feel dysfunctional myself. Where do I turn at this point?

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Dear VC,

I’m sorry to hear about all of the troubles in your marriage.  I’ve written before about the dynamic of the emotionally unavailable man (Mr. Perfect) and the emotionally volatile woman (Crazy Wife), and about the way that avoidant and preoccupied partners are drawn to each other and hurt each other.  I would certainly recommend couples counseling, and ideally, to try individual therapy for each of you, if you want to break out of these toxic patterns.

You discuss your husband’s traumatic childhood, but I am guessing that yours was not perfect either.  Imago theory states that we are drawn to what’s familiar, and I am thinking that on some level, an emotionally abusive or rejecting partner may be familiar to you because of a dynamic with one or both parents when growing up.  It doesn’t matter how young you were when you met; there are always subconscious cues about a person’s personality when you meet them.

I have written extensively about how to start fixing your marriage yourself, unilaterally, and this is what I recommend to you.  Just focus on what you yourself can do, and then your husband will hopefully start working on his contribution as well.  I think that any marriage can be salvaged if the partners make an intentional decision to examine their own effect on the dynamic, and the origins of their behavior in their childhood and family of origin.  It is hard work but can be transformative.  You can learn to be aware of your toxic communication patterns to the point that you two can even acknowledge openly when you’re starting to fall into them, e.g. “Here we go again, can we both try something new?” (Just for an example, the new pattern can be using “I” statements, speaking non-defensively, using empathy, whatever.)

Good luck, and until we meet again, I remain, The Blogapist Who Thinks You Can Do It.

This post was originally published here on Dr. Psych Mom. Follow Dr. Rodman on Dr. Psych Mom, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest. Order her book, How to Talk to Your Kids about Your Divorce: Healthy, Effective Communication Techniques for Your Changing Family. Learn about Dr. Rodman’s private practice, including therapy, coaching, and consultation here. This blog is not intended as diagnosis, assessment, or treatment, and should not replace consultation with your medical provider.

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The Game Is Definitely On In This Hilarious ‘Sherlock’ Spoof

Sherlock” is back, but as you’ve never seen it before.

YouTube parody masters “The Hillywood Show” is treating the crime-fighting sleuth’s fans to a special, rap-inspired spoof episode.

Set to the tune of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ “Thrift Shop,” vlogging sisters Hilly and Hannah Hindi dress up like Benedict Cumberbatch’s Holmes and Martin Freeman’s Dr. John Watson and crack a case. 

The clip was filmed in some of the actual locations used in the hit show, and there’s even a cameo from “Sherlock” co-creator Steven Moffat toward the end.

Check it out in the clip above and watch the extended behind-the-scenes footage below.

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How To Pick A Handbag Like A Husband

A number of friends and peers have told me that purchasing a handbag causes them a lot of anxiety. Sounds crazy, I know! But it’s often a relatively big-ticket item and there are so many choices. One pal confided that the process of selecting a bag feels like trying to tune in on a secret language that she doesn’t understand. That made me sad. Shopping for clothes and accessories should be a treat, not a burden.

My response to my friend was to stop worrying about tracking down the latest “it bag” (I have come to hate that phrase!) and to invest in a subtle, well-made shoulder bag, satchel or cross-body style in a neutral color. Avoid big logos, identifiable- or fancy-hardware, if you want it to go the distance. Obviously, an Hermès Birkin bag or a Chanel 2.55 shoulder bag are classics, but few women can shell out that much on a single purchase.

Choosing an investment bag is a little like choosing a husband. You may be overwhelmingly attracted to the most gorgeous, flamboyant one — but so will a lot of other women — and that kind of passion tends to cool off quickly.

Give some serious thought to how you live your daily life. A structured shoulder bag or top-handle satchel is a solid option if you work in an office and dress in a classic manner. If your style is more casual, a saddle bag, a bucket- or cross-body shape may better meet your needs. Just make sure that whatever you choose is big enough to hold all your essentials: phone, wallet, glasses, makeup kit, etc. If you travel light, a little cross-body style may do it; If you schlep a lot of stuff — a laptop, an extra pair of shoes, an umbrella, a Kindle — on a daily basis, a large tote should be your next purchase after this one.

Black is a safe choice but don’t rule out gray, tobacco, beige, navy, wine or olive. These muted shades complement a wide range of clothing colors and can add a little visual interest. Don’t worry about matching your shoe color to your bag — that “rule” has long been broken.

The most successful marriages are a compromise — between ardor and common sense. You don’t want to leap at the first exciting offer, nor do you want to settle for a mundane existence. Browse the bags we have selected at Apprécier and see which one is worthy of your hand (or shoulder!):

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John Oliver Has A Foolproof Plan To Turn Donald Trump Into A Legend

There’s still a way for Donald Trump to salvage some of his reputation ― and maybe even save American politics.

According to John Oliver, all the Republican presidential candidate has to do is quit the race and claim the entire campaign was a ruse to expose the flaws in our system. 

“Just think about how triumphant it would feel to say on national television: ‘I openly ran on a platform of impossibly ignorant proposals steeped in racial bigotry and nobody stopped me,’” Oliver said on HBO’s “Last Week Tonight” on Sunday night. “In fact, you embraced me for it. What the fuck was that about?”

Oliver predicted it “would be one of the most powerful political speeches of all time.”

Staying in the race, however, could lead to the one thing Trump hates more than anything: losing.

But dropping out?

“If you drop out in order to teach America a lesson, you would not be a loser,” Oliver said. “You would be a legend. There’d be a federal holiday in your honor.”

Oliver even found a guide to help Trump drop out ― right down to the final speech ― and shared it, with a little help from comedian Will Arnett. 

Check it out in the clip above.

Editor’s note: Donald Trump regularly incites political violence and is a serial liar, rampant xenophobe, racist, misogynist and birther who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims — 1.6 billion members of an entire religion — from entering the U.S.

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“Finger rings, bracelets, chains and earings? all find their place on the jewelry tree which is just as beautiful and sculptural as it is fascinatingly simple. In daily use it is not only decorative, but provides you with a good overview of what you can choose among. Louise Christ, the designer, has used mirror-finished aluminium which both tolerates use and has the necessary weight to carry your jewelry without tipping over.  Dimensions: 11.3″” high, 3.5″” wide Material: Polished aluminum, chrome-plate metal Design: Louise Christ (DK)  *This item is excluded from sale events and not available for additional discounting or promotional offers.All orders over receive free shipping with delivery to the 48 contiguous states. 3-5 days to ship out and receive tracking. ”
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Deluxe Comfort Cotton Throw Pillow; Pink

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Cute and beautiful heart-shaped pillow Makes a great gift for Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day, baby gifts and more! Made in the USA
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Pazitos – Swan BF PU (Little Kid/Big Kid) (White) Girls Shoes

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Please click for the Pazitos™ Kids footwear size guide. ; She’ll feel just like a ballerina in the Swan. ; Ballerina flat has synthetic upper. ; Ribbon at ankle can be tied in a variety of ways for a unique look. ; Breathable leather lining and insole. ; Slip-on styling. ; Textured rubber outsole. Measurements: ; Weight: 5 oz ; Product measurements were taken using size 34 (US 2 Little Kid), width M. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Vegan Leather Men’s Deck Shoe Leo

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Womens Gaze-56X

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Pazitos – Swan BF PU (Little Kid/Big Kid) (White) Girls Shoes

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Please click for the Pazitos™ Kids footwear size guide. ; She’ll feel just like a ballerina in the Swan. ; Ballerina flat has synthetic upper. ; Ribbon at ankle can be tied in a variety of ways for a unique look. ; Breathable leather lining and insole. ; Slip-on styling. ; Textured rubber outsole. Measurements: ; Weight: 5 oz ; Product measurements were taken using size 34 (US 2 Little Kid), width M. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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‘Game Of Thrones’ Actress Natalie Dormer Joins Celebrity Call To Help Refugees

Celebrity speakers and performers converged on the United Nations headquarters in New York City to highlight the plight of refugees on World Humanitarian Day. Friday’s celebrity show of support for efforts to aid refugees around the world came ahead of next month’s U.N. summit there to address the dire global crisis. 

“I just hope that people will be reminded of our common humanity,” writer and keynote speaker Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie told The Huffington Post before the event, themed around the motto “One Humanity.”

“I’ve generally been troubled by the ways in which refugees and immigrants are talked about as though they are not fully human.” 

Game of Thrones” actress Natalie Dormer, “The Voice” winner Alisan Porter, former “Hamilton” actor Leslie Odom Jr. were among the artists onstage at the event, which fell on the anniversary of the 2003 bombing of the U.N. headquarters in Baghdad, Iraq, which killed 22 people. Each celebrity spoke with heartfelt messages for humanitarian support in between clips from a 2016 PBS Frontline documentary, “Children of Syria,” telling the story of the Kamil family’s life in Aleppo, Syria, and migration to Germany. Dormer specifically called on the international community to protect women and girls from sexual violence and “engage men and boys in the conversation,” echoing U.N. Women Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson’s words as the British actress kicked off the feminist HeForShe campaign in 2014. 

“In most of the conflicts around the world, rape has become a weapon of war, with women directly targeted by fighting parties,” Dormer said.

After performances that included the vocal stylings of an “Arab Idol” winner from Palestine, the audience of press, nongovernmental organization workers and members of the public heard from Hala Kamil, who spoke passionately against the violence in her home country. Soldiers took her husband in Aleppo and she’s not heard from him since.

A message appeared on screens behind the stage: “tweet your leader” with a designated hashtag, #ShareHumanity

The New York City event comes three months after the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, Turkey, where 55 heads of state and government gathered along with representatives from 173 member nations. However, President Barack Obama did not attend, nor did Secretary of State John Kerry. Also absent were Russian leader Vladimir Putin, Canada’s Justin Trudeau, France’s Francois Hollande and Britain’s then-Prime Minister David Cameron. In fact, Germany’s Angela Merkel was the only leader from the largest global powers to attend the Istanbul summit. (Aid group Doctors Without Borders boycotted the summit, which it dismissed as a “fig leaf of good intentions.”) U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said in a statement that he considered the turnout from the world’s richest countries “disappointing.”

Conflict in Syria alone has led 12 million people to flee, according to leader of the U.N., which stated in January that humanitarian efforts would require an additional $ 15 billion in funding. 

However, “Quantico” actress Yasmine Al Massri stressed before the New York City event the small actions ordinary people could take to help refugees abroad.

“You don’t have to belong to an organization. Your government does not have to have a plan or a budget to help refugees. You and your neighbors can buy three suitcases, put some clothes [in] them, put some coats, put some baby things, and find somewhere to send them,” she told HuffPost. “Go online. Go on the United Nations website.”

The U.N. will hold its summit to address issues related to refugees and migrants on September 19 in New York City.

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The 10 Best Beauty Instagrams of the Week: Gigi Hadid, Willow Smith, and More

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The theme of this week’s best beauty Instagrams was celebration: From mountaintops to the Olympic Village, It girls showcased a joyful attitude that made late summer seem like the most wonderful time of the year.

Gigi Hadid embraced the health benefits of the sunniest season by sipping coconut milk straight from the source, a dreamy, tropical feeling echoed by Sofía Sanchez de Betak and her stint as a real-life mermaid. Willow Smith threw her hands up in the air—and presumably whipped her new, hip-grazing dreadlocks back and forth—beneath a waterfall, while Constance Jablonski chose a lush, craggy Icelandic backdrop for her happy dance. Liu Wen practiced her plank alfresco, utilizing the horizon line and the literal version of the wooden slats to achieve the perfect posture. And model Grace Mahary’s Tokyo hairstyle took Rey’s trio of buns to chic new heights while paired with a sleek black choker. But it was U.S. gymnast Aly Raisman who offered up our favorite square of the week: The Olympian shared a behind-the-scenes snap from Rio as she and teammate Madison Kocian took to the floor of their room for a bit of slumber party–style makeup-testing in preparation for Kocian’s bar routine. Olympians—they’re just like us!

 

 

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Jonah Hill Officiated Adam Levine’s Wedding And Left 30 Minutes Later

Sure, Jonah Hill is an Academy Award-nominated actor with dozens of movies under his belt. But officiating a wedding still makes him a nervous wreck.

On Wednesday, the “War Dogs” actor stopped by Howard Stern’s Sirius XM show and opened up about the pressure he felt when officiating his childhood friend and Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine’s wedding to model Behati Prinsloo in 2014.

“I’m writing all these things and I realize I have no jokes in the whole thing because I’m just trying to be thoughtful and respectful and loving to these people who asked me to do this main honor,” Hill told Stern. “And then the f**king sick egomaniac inside of you goes, ‘Well I gotta kill a little bit, too,’ you know? And then Adam’s like, ‘Yeah you should be funny, be funny,’ you know?”

During the ceremony, the funnyman did manage to squeeze in a couple jokes.

“The joke I wrote was like, ‘Adam and I grew up together. It’s so nice to see all the people we grew up skateboarding with ― like Gene, Stevie Nicks and Robert Downey Jr,’” he said. “I was kind of like giving him shit because he had really famous people at his wedding.” 

But once his officiant duties were over, Hill didn’t stick around much longer.

“Afterwards I finished and I was f**king drained,” he said. “I left the party after like 30 minutes.” 

Hill and Levine grew up together in Los Angeles; the “Wolf of Wall Street” actor considers Levine like an older brother.

“Our dads met in the principal’s office in junior high,” Hill told Stern in a previous interview. “We were in carpool, we lived at each other’s houses.”

Listen to the rest of“The Howard Stern Show”  interview on SoundCloud

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Donald Trump’s Whiny Tweets Are Actually Perfect As Emo Lyrics

Donald Trump channels his inner emo in this hilarious new mashup video.

Musical artist Nick Lutsko transformed some of the GOP presidential candidate’s most recent ranting tweets into an expressive, early noughties-style song.

“On August 14, 2016, Donald Trump wrote some sad, whiny tweets about Hillary Clinton and the media,” says a message at the start of the music video.

“We turned them into an early 2000s emo song.”

YouTube channel “Super Deluxe“ posted the short clip Friday, and it’s now going viral.

Check it out above.

Editor’s note: Donald Trump regularly incites political violence and is a serial liar, rampant xenophobe, racist, misogynist and birther who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims — 1.6 billion members of an entire religion — from entering the U.S.

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Why You Should Pick Pink

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Pink gets a bad rap. Fearing the flounce factor, perhaps, or the “pretty in pink” moniker, women sometime steer clear of this color. Which is a real shame. The burst of pink on the runways, part of the designers’ liking for feminine shapes and shades, is a trend we can get excited about. It may not be a traditional Fall color, but never mind that.

Pink is super flattering. With your complexion in mind, choose your hue–whether it’s a vibrant coral or a palest pearl or anything in between–and you’ll be tickled by the results.

On the runways:

Carolina Herrera Nothing babyish about this pale pink stunner. The sensuous lines and plunging neckline of this cocktail dress are tempered by the soft pearly hue.

Delpozo The subtle tea-rose shade of this sophisticated jacket and pants almost appears neutral when paired with a bright yellow blouse and an unexpected, artful mix of colorful accessories.

Oscar de la Renta A romantic column in a vibrant shade of cyclamen pink benefits from the seductive addition of black straps. Ooh la la.

Hugo Boss The architectural cut of this striking azalea sheath dress is underscored with deep burgundy folds that flutter like flower petals. Mesmerizing.

Chanel A statement-making suit if there ever was one. The delicious combination of watermelon and berry will stand out among the usual array of autumnal tweeds in the months to come.

When picking your pinks, keep this in mind:

Going for the classic:
For women with cooler complexions, the more pastel-ish pinks, the classic hues, work well. We love the A.L.C. ribbed turtleneck sweater in peony, the T by Alexander Wang off-the-shoulder dress in blush, the Ann Taylor polished T in soft lotus.

Embrace the power: For warmer-toned complexions, go for the stronger shades, even the one and only hot pink. Check out the Milly one-shoulder top in rose or the Elie Tahari willow-pleated silk blouse in a bright shade. And how about these Etro cigarette-leg satin trousers in strawberry pink!

Structure is the answer:
If you’re still a little wary of pink, then choose a structured piece for wearing the shade: It creates an interested contrast. We like these coats from Theory and Helmut Lang. And the Basque lace off-the-shoulder dress from Nicholas, in blush, is simply exquisite.

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Usain Bolt Is Just Too Flippin’ Quick For This Flipbook Artist

Even flipbook artists struggle to keep up with Olympic champion Usain Bolt.

Ben Zurawski ― a.k.a. The Flippist ― paid tribute to the fastest man on the planet this week by illustrating an amusing hand-drawn booklet (see above).

But instead of drawing one of the Jamaican track star’s historic gold medal runs at Rio 2016, the cartoonist opted to show just how far the sprinter was ahead of his rivals.

Dang he’s fast!” Zurwaski commented on the YouTube video which shows him flipping through the book. “Get that gold Bolt!”

Check it out in the clip above.

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Rihanna Visited Her Boobs, And, For Just A Moment, The World Was OK

Rihanna posed alongside a monstrous sculpture of her headless self with giant boobs while visiting Berlin, and uploaded the evidence yesterday to Instagram.

The work, titled “Ewaipanoma (Rihanna),” by Colombian artist Juan Sebastián Peláez, features RiRi’s giant image photoshopped as an Acéfalo ― a headless monster with a face in its chest, an image used by early European explorers to depict Caribbean natives. Peláez remixed celebrities from the Caribbean region including J.Lo, Ricky Martin, Sofia Vergara and her holiness Rihanna in his takedown of cultural exploitation and image-hungry celebrity culture. 

It’s all the same today as it was 500 years ago,” Peláez explained to 032c. “Propaganda, advertisement, the creation of an image to reinforce power. Today we just have glossier paper.”

Rihanna blessed the work as “too wild,” and for a moment, all the terrible bullshit in the world vanished, just like Rihanna’s head and neck. 

This is @badgrlpripri, ON THE CASE. 

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Mike Nesmith to Join Fellow Monkees for One Final 50th Anniversary Show

The Monkees' Mike Nesmith announced Aug. 19 on his Facebook page that he'll do one more show with fellow Monkees Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork…
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