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What’s Going On – Marvin Gaye

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What’s Going On

Marvin Gaye

Genre: R&B/Soul

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: May 21, 1971

© ℗ 2012 Motown Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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What’s Going On (Deluxe Edition)

Marvin Gaye

Genre: R&B/Soul

Price: $ 15.99

Release Date: May 20, 1971

© ℗ 2001 Universal Motown Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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How the NHL has changed in the past 10 years … and what’s next

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If Val Kilmer is in ‘Top Gun: Maverick,’ what’s the deal with the trailer?

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A ‘Stranger Things’ refresher because it’s OK if you’ve forgotten what’s happened so far

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To the Best of Our Knowledge: What’s Hot and Why Not? – Jim Fleming

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To the Best of Our Knowledge: What’s Hot and Why Not?

Jim Fleming

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 1.99

Publish Date: January 13, 2012

© ℗ © 2012 Wisconsin Public Radio (To the Best of Our Knowledge)

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Christina Milian Says ”It’s No One’s Business” What’s Going With Her Relationship: 7 OMG Moments From the Latest CMTU Episode

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Empire Cast

Genre: Pop

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: November 11, 2015

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What’s the Secret to K-Pop Beauty? One Vogue Editor Gets a Hallyu Star Makeover in Seoul

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“Please hold still,” one woman tells me, lifting a still-smoking match to my eyes. Nearby, another begins sharpening a small pink-handled knife that will slice the tops and sides off my brows. To my left, a man with immaculate bleach-blond hair sits, looking bored, listlessly thumbing through his iPhone, as three attendants swab his face with no less than 10 serums, emulsions, and creams. But no matter—he’ll be back here tomorrow to do it all over again.

Welcome to the world of K-pop beauty, where it takes three hours to apply your everyday face. Yes, three hours—or so I’m told when I call up reception at Jennyhouse, which has quickly become the go-to salon for Korean celebs since it opened in 2002. These days, of course, it’s also a destination for fans who would love to look just like their idols—including Chinese couples who fly here to get K-styled for wedding photos. And so, out of curiosity, I, too, book an appointment for a complete Hallyu star makeover on a recent trip to Seoul.

There are now three Jennyhouse locations in Cheongdam, the city’s most rarefied neighborhood, but I head to Olive, a two-story violet town house that’s said to draw the most stars (that’s no lie, by the way—on a recent Friday, I sat next to Jessi, the Lucky J rapper, and VIXX boy-band members Hyuk and Ravi). Though K-pop is known for its wild, over-the-top visuals, makeup artist Hee Jeong Lee tells me that these days her idol clients and their fans are requesting a more pared-down face.

“We used to do a heavier, more made-up aesthetic, but now when people come to our shop and ask for the Korean style, it’s more of a natural look,” she says, pointing to two of her clients, actresses Lee Min-jung and Song Ji-hyo, whose faces are most often requested by guests. Paging through hairstylist Jongsoo Lim’s portfolio, it’s clear that a more laid-back style is also the key to a K-pop mane. “Right now, it’s about a light wave instead of over-the-top glamour,” he says. “Over the past four or five years, we’ve moved toward the kind of look you could do yourself at home.”

So what does it take to get that not-quite-natural look? Anywhere from two to five hours—still. For Hallyu stars, a flawless complexion comes first and foremost. So we begin with a thorough double cleansing with oil and cream face washes, followed by 20 minutes of layering moisturizers: first toner, then essence, then serum, then emulsion, then cream, then more emulsion, and so on, swept and dotted lightly across the face with plush sponges and cotton pads. Vaseline is smothered on my lips, then Lee takes a dollop of heavy sun cream and emulsion, mixed together on the back of the hand with a palette knife, and swabs it directly onto my cheeks. Three dots of highlighter go under each eye, then a base, more emulsion—“It helps create a smooth texture”—and a thick coat of foundation. During 10 minutes of vigorous concealing (of stray spots, freckles, dark circles, and lines I never knew I had), I remember how, the day before, a stranger told me I had great skin—apparently not, by K-pop standards.

The secret here, I learn, is extreme layering: Lashes are curled twice with that smoking match, then topped with individual falsies and curled again with mascara. Light dustings of contour are topped off with emulsion, then dusted a second and third time. The eyeliner alone takes about 15 minutes: pencil, liquid, and gel, painstakingly shaped into an angular black wing. But once I reach Lim’s hair station, things move faster. I spend only 40 minutes in the chair, moving through rapid curling, texturizing at the root with a round brush, and ample sprays of Elnett. Though I’d originally suggested a wild updo or crazy cut, this would, I learn, be antithetical to the idol way. “You want to look fresh and pretty,” Lim chides as he sweeps my hair into a long ponytail with a hint of volume.

After carefully placing and re-placing a single wavy curl that falls by my face, we’re done—et voilà! Though up close I look strange and too heavily made up, in the soft glow of the salon’s incandescent lights, I feel K-pop pretty. Plus, as my own family tells me later that day, “You’ve never looked more Korean.” As far as K-styling goes, I’d call that an unqualified success.

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What’s Selena Gomez’s favorite dessert? She says it’s …

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What’s Inside – Nair Hair Removal

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Kirsten Dunst & Jesse Plemons: What’s In Store For Their ‘Fargo’ Characters

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What’s Inside – Tear Gas

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Taste: What’s Going On – Live at the Isle of Wight – Taste

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Taste: What’s Going On – Live at the Isle of Wight

Taste

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 19.99

Release Date: January 1, 2015


Academy Award winning Director, Murray Lerner explores Irelands seminal rock band ‘Taste’ with unseen footage from the trio’s now legendary performance at the Isle Of Wight Festival 1970. An introductory film featuring rare archive material, personal accounts and contributions from Brian May, The Edge, Sir Bob Geldof, Larry Coryell takes us on a journey: from Rory Gallagher’s musical beginnings through to the bands implosion just before they hit the festival stage in front of several hundred thousand people. Taste and enjoy as Rory Gallagher on guitar, John Wilson on drums and Richard ‘Charlie’ McCracken on bass unleash one of the festivals finest performances.

© © Academy Award winning Director, Murray Lerner explores Irelands seminal rock band ‘Taste’ with unseen footage from the trio’s now legendary performance at the Isle Of Wight Festival 1970. An introductory film featuring rare archive material, personal accounts and contributions from Brian May, The Edge, Sir Bob Geldof, Larry Coryell takes us on a journey: from Rory Gallagher’s musical beginnings through to the bands implosion just before they hit the festival stage in front of several hundred thousand people. Taste and enjoy as Rory Gallagher on guitar, John Wilson on drums and Richard ‘Charlie’ McCracken on bass unleash one of the festivals finest performances.

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What’s Inside – Inkjet Cartridges

Inkjet cartridges are comprised of 95 percent water, but what’s inside the other 5 percent? We break apart the compact containers to find out what’s inside the mostly liquid assets.
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Blended Family Forum: What’s in a Name?

What’s in a name? Well, when you are in a blended family, a lot! When we remarry, we tend to focus our time and attention on blending the two families; we establish relationships, form new traditions, meld. And that’s all great. We should do those things. We want to feel like a family and find that family dynamic amongst the difficulty of step parenting, forming new sibling relationships and trying to co-parent with the other parents (the ones who don’t live in our house).

But we have to be careful to remember something. Before we blended, our children had established identities. They identified as a family with their biological parents and siblings. Everyone (in general) shared the same last name. When divorced parents remarry, the waters of identity can be muddied for the kids.

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All of us divorced parents know the identity crises we have faced when learning to be single adults again. Who are we? Who do we want to be? Who are our friends? And divorce can cause identity crises for everyone involved — especially children. When a child’s name is different than their mother’s, which is true in my case, it can be confusing for younger children and a glaring reminder of the separation of parents for older children.

When people have identified our family as “The Denhams” either verbally or even on Christmas cards, my boys have pointed out that they are not Denhams, they are Reostis. No one makes this mistake with any ill will or intent, they just generally identify families by the parents’ names. In the beginning, I didn’t pay as much attention to the comments from the boys because, of course they are Reostis. But they live with a man who, while he treats and loves them as his own, is not their biological father. And has a different name from them. And people often assume (especially if they don’t know their dad) that when they refer to their dad, they are talking about my husband. It is a conflicting place for them to be — not wanting to discount my husband, but also wanting to acknowledge their father.

I have a friend at church who ALWAYS greets our family as the “Denham Reostis.” It is so important because it acknowledges all of our kids. When people say just “the Denhams,” three of our children do not feel identified. So blended families, be aware of the nuance of identity — sign cards with both names, call yourselves with both names and let people know that is how you want to be recognized. Friends of blended families, be sensitive to knowing the last names of the kids and using those names when you identify them.

We are the Denham-Reostis. That is our family name.

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Joe Morton: What’s Next For Rowan On ‘Scandal’ Season 5

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What’s Inside – Vodka

It’s the preferred poison of Russians, dieters, and college freshmen, but what’s actually inside the fire water? It’s rarely potatoes, actually. At its purest, it’s mostly ethanol that has been distilled from wheat, rye, or corn and diluted with water. Find out what else is inside the clear spirit.
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What’s Left of Me – Amanda Maxlyn

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What’s Left of Me

Amanda Maxlyn

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: September 9, 2015

Publisher: Vasko

Seller: Vasko Pty Ltd


‘ This heart-wrenching emotional story reflects Aundrea's struggle to live and to love.  The chemistry, devotion and love Aundrea and Parker portray for one another is unfailing. You will fall in love with Parker and be moved by Aundrea's strength. What's Left of Me is a tear-inducing, emotionally epic journey you will not want to put down. ’ ~ The Rock Stars of Romance ‘ What's Left of Me is an emotional story of love, strength, courage, devotion and dedication. It's the kind of story that while you're reading it, you become one with the character and feel every emotion she goes through on her journey. Amazing from start to finish. ’ ~ Sandi Lynn, NYT and USA Today Best Selling Author ‘ What's Left of Me is an incredibly powerful, sexy and touching love story that will always hold a place in my heart. ’ – Nicola with Flirty and Dirty Book Blog Life works in mysterious ways…  Four years ago I became known as the girl with cancer.  I refuse to cry. And I refuse to give in.  A relationship with a man is the last thing I’m looking for right now, but one night with Parker changes everything. He is persistent, and he knows what he wants.  Me.  He doesn’t treat me like I’m fragile. But he doesn’t know, and I’m not ready to tell him. What if it changes everything?  Tragedy found me when I was seventeen. Love found me when I was twenty-one.  My name is Aundrea McCall, and this is my journey. 

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What’s It All About – Pat Metheny

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What’s It All About

Pat Metheny

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 11.99

Release Date: June 14, 2011

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(What’s the Story) Morning Glory? [Remastered] – Oasis

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(What’s the Story) Morning Glory? [Remastered]

Oasis

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: October 2, 1995

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What’s Amore?

When the moon hits your eye
Like a big pizza pie,
That’s amore.

When an eel bites your hand
And that’s not what you planned,
That’s a moray.

When our habits are strange
And our customs deranged,
That’s our mores.

When your horse munches straw
And the bales total four,
That’s some more hay.

When Othello’s poor wife
She gets stabbed with a knife,
That’s a Moor, eh?

Received from Robert Dvorak.
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ALTERNATIVE PICK – J-Delice – “What’s Mine Is Yours” ft Chinx

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“What’s Mine Is Yours” ft Chinx has been in rotation through the hands of DJ Self, DJ Envy, DJ Suss One and other well known DJs. Giving the song a visual treatment by airing the music video on WorldStarHipHop has helped reached a wider audience and gained even more popularity with the late Chinx feature.

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Ashley Madison Exposes Cheaters, Revealing What’s Missing in Many Marraiges

Yesterday, I signed up on the dating website AshleyMadison.com. If you hadn’t heard of it before this week as the place married people go to cheat on their spouses, then you probably did this week after a cyber attack by some morally-righteous online vigilantes hacked its website and exposed the its members. All 39 million of them! My reason for registering wasn’t to have an affair (which I hope is obviously given I’m sharing that with you), but to prepare for a TV interview I did earlier today on the hacking scandal of the month (there’ve been a lot lately).

As I scrolled through a few pages of listings, I was struck by the multitude of people (primarily men) who are not only interested in hooking up with a stranger, but who have no intention to leave their marriages which, obviously, can’t be all that rewarding. Listing after listing stated, “not looking to leave marriage,” “no commitment only sex,” or “casual affair only.” It provided a revealing and distressing insight on the state of many marriages today.

Even if the quoted registration numbers are inflated (which I suspect they are given the ease at which I could create a fake account with a made-up email address), there’s no doubt there are millions of people who are staying in marriages that leave them hungry for intimacy, both sexual and emotional.

For the record, I am not a marriage expert. However, having been married (to the same man) for nearly 22 years I’ve gained a few insights on what it takes to create and sustain and genuinely rewarding (affair-free) marriage. Also, having coached many people, largely women, whose marriages have broken down, I believe that the reason so many marriages fail, and so many people seek relationships outside of them, is because they lack one or more of the following.

Commitment

Let’s face it, no one feels madly in love with anyone forever. Marriage takes a deep and sincere commitment to ride out the storms and make it work, even when the other person fails to be all of who we want them to be. If you aren’t committed for the long haul — for the “good times and bad,” “richer or poorer,” “in sickness and in health” — then you really should not get married.

Truthfulness

One of the biggest reasons relationships fall apart is that people are not honest with each other. Fear of looking foolish, appearing needy, being rejected, humiliated or simply of feeling vulnerable keeps them from sharing what’s on their heart, or asking for what they truly want, saying no to what they don’t or simply just airing a frustration or annoyance. It’s the small hurts we often feel aren’t worth talking about that, deprived of oxygen, gradually build up to big resentments. As they do, distance grows, intimacy erodes and resignation and resentment can set up residence in hearts and homes.

Kindness

“Sometimes genuine kindness calls us to share what’s on our heart even when we know it will hurt someone to hear it.”

Of course being truthful doesn’t mean we should share everything we think. But before we cite kindness as our reason for withholding the truth, we have to ask how doing so will ultimately serve us, the other person, and the future health of the relationship we share. Sometimes we have to risk hurting feelings for the sake of the marriage we want to create; sharing what’s on our hearts, even when we know it will be difficult for the other person to hear. At other times, kindness calls us to say nothing and instead to ask questions, to listen for what is not being said and to put into action the love that brought us together in the first place.

Compromise

Every great partnership will sometimes require giving up what we want now as an individual for what we want most as a couple or family. Sometimes that means doing more than our fair share or putting others needs ahead of our own. Not all the time. Not forever. But for now. Like ordering Chinese when you really want Indian or moving interstate when you’d rather stay where you are (like I’ve done more than a few times!), or calling your firstborn son Hector after your father-in-law when you really preferred Sam. And yes, sometimes even having sex when you don’t feel like it — not because you are submissive, but because it’s an expression of love that your partner values.

The truth is that people don’t cheat in marriages because they don’t care about their partner; they cheat because they’ve given up hope that their partner will ever be able to fulfill all their needs.

Forgiveness

Right now there will be many many marriages in a lot of pain as people (often women) discover their partner sought to have an affair via AshleyMadison. Whether trust can be rebuilt will depend on how much trust there was to begin with and how committed they are to restoring it. But whether you’ve ever felt the sting of betrayal from infidelity or not, the truth is that to make any marriage work we have to be willing to forgive our partner when they fail to live up to the expectations we have of them (and often, the expectations they have of themselves).

I know myself that often I am not as patient or thoughtful or generous or organized as I want to be. Sometimes I frustrate my husband Andrew as I forget to do the things I promised or let my own priorities totally over-ride his. Fortunately, I married a forgiving man whose loyalty and commitment overrides the many things that may otherwise make him wonder whether he drew a short straw.

As wonderful a husband as he is though, I too have had to forgive him at times. Sometimes for nothing more than not being as playful or spontaneous as I want. Needless to say, forgiveness is not a one off activity but something we have to extend to others as well as to ourselves again and again and again.

Personal courage

Too often people get married for the wrong reasons and then, feeling like they can’t turn back, stay married for the wrong reasons.

Fear. Insecurity. Greed. Pressure. Pride.

The truth is that building a truly great marriage — one that stands the test of time complete with its ongoing pressures, problems and temptations — takes courage. Courage to say no to the temptation to commit our lives to someone we know in our hearts is not the person for us. Courage not to settle too soon or sell out on our hearts deepest longing. Courage to lay down our masks and reveal the full truth of who we are to another human being. Courage to ask for what we want and say what we feel. Courage to say sorry and to work on ourselves. Courage to forgive their failings and fallibility. Courage to forgive our own. And last but not least, courage to believe that our hard work, compromises and sacrifices will ultimately all be worth it.

Because while there are many decades ahead until Andrew and I find ourselves in the sunset of our lives, I truly believe it genuinely will be.

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What’s Underneath Fall’s Lingerie Trend? Wouldn’t You Like to Know!

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Take it from the “Ultimate First Date Look”: Nothing is sexier than a hint of what’s underneath. No, we aren’t saying that you should employ those removable plastic straps or leave those thick Lycra bands out for the world to see. We’re talking lingerie—and lots of it.

So how to translate underthings into the everyday? To start, wash your mind of the thought that you’ll be heading to the cubicle in BDSM-latexwear. Instead, look to all of the examples of la nuit-chic from Fall 2015, from the décolletage-diving black-lace jumpsuits at Balmain to the lace-trimmed baby doll frocks at Chloé.

For a runway-to-real-life example, first consider the bodysuit: Pair a romantic tulle version with a high-waisted A-line skirt and a denim topper to keep it casual, or a black knit cashmere piece with high-waisted army shorts for more coverage. Charming bras add an intentional, come-hither component when you allow the straps to peek out from under thin slip dresses. Most importantly, opening up your boudoir for its daytime potential ensures you practically double your wardrobe.

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What’s Trending With Tara: Culottes

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At this point, I am sure you received the memo — culottes are cool. Hip and chic, these trousers are a modern alternative to the midi-skirt. The hem hits mid-calf and the leg is cut wide, so even though they top the style charts, the silhouette can leave you looking squat if not styled correctly. Looking stumpy is not something I endorse; however, I cannot deny the freshness of these pants and feel very confident we will be seeing them grace the streets on the most fashionable come fall, as well. And since there are so many options out there that won’t break the bank, I felt there is no better time than now to master the culotte!

After scouting around, one version I found easy to execute is the culotte jumpsuit. Because of the nature of a jumpsuit, there is no break in material, pattern or color from head-to-hem so the result is lengthening to compensate for the choppiness of the culotte. I also found that when wearing this type of bottom, if you keep your top half fitted, it balances out the volume in the leg. And more over, if you are daring enough to bare a bit of skin on top, it will offset the awkwardness of the hem and alternatively highlight the exposed skin on the ankle instead.

Rocking culottes right now will instantly give you style game. The fact that they are not quite pants and not quite shorts makes them ideal for in-between weather, wearing on city streets and easy transitioning from work to play. I encourage you to hop on board with me and give these trousers a try while keeping these tips in mind:

  • Always seek to stretch out your frame and appear taller. One way to do so is by eliminating the breaks in the silhouette. Selecting a jumpsuit version is not the only way to do this. Wearing one color head-to-toe will also do the trick, check out What’s Trending With Tara Monochromatic for more on that.
  • Wear heals, the higher the better. Showing skin around the ankle and choosing one with a pointed toe will help create a longer silhouette.
  • Seek out culottes that have a high waist. This way, if you dare to ditch your heels and opt for pure comfort instead, the high waistline gives the illusion of a longer hip-to-toe ratio, i.e. longer legs!
  • Try coupling a high-waisted pair with a crop top or a form-fitting top tucked in to accentuate a small waist. This will bring sexy back to a somewhat androgynous look.
  • And lastly, try to avoid busy prints and stick to basic colors like navy, black, ivory, or tan. Let the pants’ shape speak for itself.

Here are some options to consider helping narrow your search:

Zara — cropped high waisted trousers

Shopbop — culotte jumpsuit

ASOS — wide leg pants

Mango — palazzo culottes

Topshop — culotte jumpsuit

Armani Exchange — chambray culottes

Loft — cropped linen sailor pants

Zara — cropped wide leg trousers

Check out the Instagrams below for more ideas on how you can pull the look off yourself. For even more tips and picks visit TaraBryanStyle.com. If you’re rocking a great look, don’t forget to give me a shout out on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter by hashtagging #TaraCheckIt for a chance to be featured in my upcoming posts!

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What’s Beef: Mike Epps Parodies Ghostface Killah’s Action Bronson Diss Video?

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The married Mike Epps, was recently busted by his wife for his risque social media behavior. Perhaps in an attempt to deflect some of the spotlight’s glare, the veteran comedian has recently uploaded a YouTube video, where he the spoofs  Ghostface Killah’s message to Action Bronson.

Back in July, Ironman released a video where he candidly shared his thoughts. This response followed Action’s appearance on ESPN’s Sports Nation. Pretty Tony challenged the Queens MC and rhetorically asked things like, “Who gives you the right to even mention my name out your motherfucking mouth? Boy, you done made a mistake.”

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“Calling all Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift fans: Shots have been fired, this is not a drill.” That’s pretty much been the reaction of the Internet this week, after Cyrus gave an interview with Marie Claire, in which she called out Swift and the hypocrisy of the music industry’s sex/violence paradigm, as illustrated in her “Bad Blood” video. “I don't get the violence revenge thing,” declared Cyrus. “That's supposed to be a good example? And I'm a bad role model because I'm running around with my titties out? I'm not sure how titties are worse than guns.” YouTube: Taylor Swift – Bad Blood ft. Kendrick Lamar Cyrus has a point: The double-standard between sex and violence in American pop culture has been well-chronicled. But her invocation of Swift to make her point is still frustrating, because it feels like the beginning of just another celebrity feud. In music today, celebrity feud culture has somehow overtaken the industry, tearing down artists and distracting us from their work.This isn’t exactly a surprising turn of events. Best friend-collector that she is, Swift has been involved in a rather high amount of disagreements lately. Things bubbled over in last month’s Nicki Minajincident, wherein Minaj expressed her distaste with the lack of black women nominated at the MTVVMAs. Swift, apparently seeing this as a personal attack on her, responded indignantly. She eventually apologized, and it’s been radio silence between the two ever since. But not before Katy Perry, widely acknowledged as the target of “Bad Blood,” threw some not so subtle shade at Swift on Twitter. Finding it ironic to parade the pit women against other women argument about as one unmeasurably capitalizes on the take down of a woman…— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) July 22, 2015The feud didn’t stop there, amidst rumors that Rihanna was preparing a T-Swift diss track of her own. Even Canadian pop singer Carly Rae Jepsen was briefly thrown into the fray, when fans freaked out over the release of her single “Warm Blood,” and began contrasting it with Swift’s aforementioned anthem. As the Daily Dot’s own Alexandra Samuels notes, labeling the exchange as a “feud” isn’t necessarily fair, because it suggests that women like Minaj and Swift are not capable having a rational discussion about the state of entertainment. “The media's tendency to reduce serious arguments between women to petty quarrels is problematic, because it casts aside women like Minaj as ‘haters,’ rather than as creative minds who are also cultural influencers,” she writes. There is an intelligent debate to be had regarding representation in the music industry, and Minaj and Swift gave us a chance to have it. But in painting it as nothing but a “cat fight,” the message got lost on the Internet. @taylorswift13@NICKIMINAJ I was enjoying the cat fight! 🙀😿— Shanjid Alam Violet (@ShanjidAlam) July 24, 2015However, men aren’t any less susceptible to music’s celebrity feud machine, as evidenced by the recent back and forth between hip-hop artists Drake and Meek Mill. After Meek Mill took to Twitter to call out the Canadian rapper for using a ghostwriter on his contribution to Meek’s recent album, fireworks went off. What commenced was an exchange of diss tracks and tweets. This led to Drake’s seemingly triumphant performance at OVO fest in Toronto, where the crowd reveled as he took to the stage and projected a series of memes making fun of his aggressor.In painting it as nothing but a “cat fight,” the message got lost on the Internet. Feuds, or “beefs,” as the genre would oft describe them, are a tricky subject in hip-hop, because they are a major part of its history. In the past, feuds have elevated all parties involved to reach new creative heights. Look at the feud between Big Daddy Kane and Rakim, two hip-hop pioneers who exchanged subtle disses for years, determined to prove not just to each other that they were the best—but to themselves. But hip-hop’s most famous feud, the east coast/west coast dispute between Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G., ended up with blood being spilled on both sides: Shakur was shot dead in 1996, and Biggie was gunned down less than a year later.So without a doubt, competition in hip-hop is a mixed bag. In between his dual masterpieces Good Kid, M.A.A.D City and To Pimp A Butterfly, there was hardly a more exciting moment for hip-hop in 2013 than when Kendrick Lamar famously called out all his major rap peers on Big Sean’s “Control,”—including Big Sean himself. And when beef began to brew between Lamar and Drake that same year, it appeared as if everyone was going to emerge a winner. Here were two artists at the peak of their powers, each striving to be at the top of their game.YouTube: Big Sean – Control f. Kendrick Lamar & Jay ElectronicaThe Meek Mill/Drake feud, on the other hand, turned into something completely different. Regardless of whether Meek’s allegations against Drake were true, they were complicated by the fact that he was dating Drake’s labelmate, Nicki Minaj. And given that Drake was the more famous rapper, Mill received much harsher treatment from the media—and from the Internet, in particular. While the memes making fun of him started out as lighthearted and kind of funny, they quickly turned ugly on multiple levels. Pitchfork’s Meaghan Garvey asserts, “There was a distinct moment during the OVO Fest set where things immediately flipped from corny but ultimately harmless to legitimately toxic: an unfunny, badly-edited image of a bride and groom, with Nicki’s head edited onto the man and Meek’s onto the woman.” YouTube: Drake Performs "Back To Back" At OVO Fest 2015 (Meek Mill Diss)The feud was no longer about a competition to determine who was the better rapper—it was about sexism, masculinity, and the media’s unquenchable thirst for blood, the desire to see one person crowned a victor, standing over the carcass of the other’s career. Neither party came off looking great, and Drake especially did damage to his reputation as a sensitive and thoughtful rapper, all in some arbitrary struggle to win the Internet.While the memes making fun of him started out as lighthearted and kind of funny, they quickly turned ugly on multiple levels.The most fundamentally frustrating thing about celebrity feuds between musicians is that they distract us from the actual music. It has become impossible to talk about about popular artists without also discussing their personal lives. While an artist’s personal life can occasionally inform how we think about their music, it shouldn’t define it. Take Kanye West, for example. No matter how many awards and prizes he receive and how matter how much acclaim he accrues, there are some who will always see him as Kim Kardashian’s asshole husband. That’s what the resistance to having him play at the Glastonbury Festival and Toronto's Pan American Games was really about—not being able to see past the celebrity to the talent. The worst of all possible outcomes manifests in the trend of music journalism being covered like “lifestyle reporting,” as was first highlighted in Ted Gioia’s now infamous op-ed piece for the Daily Beast. I’ve just spent a very depressing afternoon looking through the leading music periodicals. And what did I learn? Pretty much what I expected. I found out what the chart-topping musicians are wearing (or, in many instances, not wearing). I got updates on their love life and learned whose marriages are on the rocks. I read updates on the legal proceedings of the rich and famous. I got insights into the food preferences and travel routines of megastars. Gioia can’t help but come off as a kind of cranky old man here. But while he’d be wrong to buy into the idea that pop music is worse today than ever before (a frequent trope in cranky, old man thinking), he’s correct in his observation that now more than ever before, we’re more focused on the artists than we are on their art. The trade-off is that on the Internet, we have more ways to feel connected to our favorite musicians, but we’re also inundated with invitations to stare one-sidedly into their personal lives, criticizing their every move from afar. When we follow artists on Instagram and Twitter, we think we get a sense of who they really are. But we forget that the best way to get a sense of who an artist is comes from listening to their music. Music has not gotten substantially worse in recent years, but music feuds have. And this is not good. It’s not good for women, it’s not good for men, and it’s not good for music in general. But most of all, it’s not good for us, the listeners.Chris Osterndorf is a freelance journalist whose work has appeared on websites such as Mic, Salon, xoJane, the Week, and more. When he’s not writing, Chris enjoys making movies with friends. He lives in Los Angeles.Screengrab via DrakeOfficial/YouTube
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What’s so Funny About Political Correctness?

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It was just last weekend that I spent a wonderful evening under a beautiful night sky enjoying listening to Elvis Costello. I was so excited to see him live in concert at one of my favorite outdoor venues in New Jersey. Since the concert, his 1974 hit song, “What’s so funny about peace, love, and understanding” has been playing repeatedly in my head. Ironically, rocker Nick Lowe wrote the proficient songwriter’s most popular song and biggest crowd-pleaser. This idealistic tune laments of a wicked world of darkness and insanity. Elvis, in his distinctive voice sang this song with an upbeat tempo reminiscent of the late 70s new wave genre. With angst and attitude in his voice, he sang out loudly, “(What’s so funny ’bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding?” After watching the recent Republican Presidential debates, I can’t help but ask the same question in reference to political correctness.

Yes, I know there is a good chance I will be chided for my defense of political correctness. Many feel that their well-intended comments are often manipulated such that the hypersensitive vilify them as xenophobes or bigots. People say that our society has become too sensitive. Donald Trump’s comments at the debate seemed to rile even further the “political correctness cynics” when he proclaimed, “I don’t have time for political correctness.” And while I don’t doubt that there are some who use political correctness to deflect criticism, do we really want to go back to the 1970s when Archie Bunker’s racist-like rants and pejoratives were as commonplace as today’s texting of OMG and LOL? I believe political correctness get’s a bad rap. Just because some may hide irresponsibly behind political correctness doesn’t mean we should eliminate the practice all together.

As someone born Jewish and one who doesn’t celebrate Christmas, I have never been offended when greeted with a friendly, “Merry Christmas.” I’ve always taken the wish as I presume it is intended, as a pleasant and well-meaning gesture. I know some who share my faith feel differently. Personally, I look at one’s intention rather than the specific words they use. However, it can be challenging to derive one’s intentions. Therefore, how do we know if someone’s words are meant to be hurtful or exclusionary or are simply a poor choice of words or simple ignorance with no ill intent? Well, I guess we can never know for sure but if we listen carefully, and if we are honest with ourselves, I think we can tell if someone is deliberately being mean-spirited or if what they are saying is tapping into our own feelings of insecurity and feeling different.

A few years ago, I had to get my car fixed at a body shop. A neighbor, a native of Africa, and whose son accidentally bumped my car, paid for the repairs. I remember the owner of the body shop handed me my keys, and told me that the “colored fella” had dropped off the check. I was taken aback by the man’s use of the antiquated term. However, it did seem to me that the man was not using the expression in a derogatory fashion. The sounds of the words coming out of his mouth sounded dissonant to me. Now I have no way of knowing if the man is racist or if he had simply grown up at a time and in a place, where the term was commonplace and acceptable. I also don’t know if my neighbor would have been insulted by the term. I would imagine that reactions to the term might vary from one person to the next based on their experiences and perspective. Regardless, I think there is always room on both sides of the argument for sensitivity to each other’s viewpoint. My fear is that individuals will use the argument of a society where political correctness has gone awry as an excuse for insensitive and derogatory remarks. Many times those who are the most critical of political correctness are the ones who are rarely a target. Regardless, what’s wrong if we err on the side of trying not to offend or upset others? There are certainly worse aspirations we could have.

Maybe though, the words ‘political’ and ‘correctness’ are poor word choices for the term. In our current politically divisive environment, anything with the word ‘political’ in it already has a bad connotation; and it really isn’t about what is the correct or incorrect thing to say. It’s more about consideration and understanding for others. Perhaps the so-called progressives and idealists aren’t really seeking political correctness. So how about we forget about being politically correct and we focus instead on other more agreeable goals such as peace, love, and understanding. After all, as Elvis puts it, “What’s so funny ’bout peace, love, and understanding?”

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The Supreme Court’s decision granting all Americans the freedom to marry instantly made me think fondly back to the day I wed, which was one of the happiest days of my life and incredibly meaningful to my daughter and our family. Now, young people like her — especially lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth — will grow up in a country where they can marry the person they love and where they are equal under the law — something so many of us never dreamed possible in our lifetimes.

As the Executive Director of Equality Federation, the strategic partner to the state-based equality movement, I am humbled by my role in the decades long struggle to push love to the forefront and win equality, one step at a time. But, we are not done.

The ruling solidified the foundation: now we have to build the house.

More heavy lifting is needed to achieve our vision of a world free of all forms of discrimination: a world without racism; a world without violence against transgender and gender nonconforming people; a world where everyone has the health care they need; and a world where all of us are able to live without the fear of being fired from our jobs or kicked out of our homes simply for being who we are.

As the LGBT movement charts its path forward, we should reflect on how we got here. The pathway to this historic victory felt long and arduous, but in the arc of history was quite short. We learned and adapted quickly as the public began to support our families.

Equality Federation was formed to partner with the state-based equality organizations. So much of the national progress we see today began with efforts at the local and state level. Examples abound. MassEquality became the first organization to lead an effort that resulted in a super-majority of state legislators supporting the freedom to marry. Equality Maryland made history when they led a successful campaign to win marriage equality at the ballot box. Equality California showed great courage in the Proposition 8 battle, and the many lessons learned from that valiant effort continue to inform our work.

State-based equality groups throughout the country worked tirelessly — amplifying the heartwarming stories of couples, lobbying legislatures and so much more — alongside the legal teams who fought marriage bans in the courts and brought down the Defense of Marriage Act. Our community owes enormous gratitude to all these organizations and, of course, the thousands of people who participated in the lawsuits, campaigns, lobbying, canvassing and storytelling.

We also honor all of the couples and families who simply lived their lives openly and authentically day in and day out, even when it was uncomfortable or dangerous. There are insights to be gleaned from the aunt who held signs at her local farmer’s market or the college student who collected signatures on campus.

In order to harness the momentum of this great win, it will be important to remember that equality is not achieved by relying solely on one person, organization or strategy. We found success by collaborating and sharing lessons learned in unprecedented ways, and that is what we must continue to do in order to ensure all Americans are protected from discrimination.

In the coming months, Equality Federation will continue working with our partners in the state-based equality movement — with even more vigor — to pass over 30 statewide nondiscrimination laws to include protections for LGBT people, and to struggle against racism, violence and injustice.

As during the early days of the marriage movement, many people are already doing their part. People have been sharing their stories of being fired from their jobs and kicked out of their homes simply for being who they are. Leaders in towns big and small are passing nondiscrimination ordinances. Now is not the time to rest — coming off of the marriage victory — we need to push forward so that no one is left behind.

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In the meantime, though, we’re all going to enjoy the antics of this adorable beagle (with mysteriously human hands) making the fast food drive-thru rounds in a wonderful video by JStuStudios. While the canine him is very charming, the real draw here is the amazing voiceover work.

If dogs could talk, this is exactly what they’d sound like.

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What’s Inside – Jell-O

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Do You Know What’s In Your Nail Polish? 7 Manicure Shades You Can Feel Good About Wearing This Summer

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In the wake of the New York Times report on the nail salon industry last week and its revelations on the negative health implications of long-term exposure to the chemicals found in many polishes and solvents, we began to think about the little ways that we, as consumers, can be part of a solution. And while there’s no clear medical consensus on the risks posed by some of the more controversial ingredients in nail lacquers, perhaps cultivating a new awareness of what we might be unwittingly painting on our fingertips—even in the smallest trace amounts—is a good first step.

Enter seven beauty companies who, ahead of any FDA mandate, have voluntarily chosen to develop beautiful, high-impact nail lacquers without the harsh chemicals that have been potentially linked to conditions as far-ranging as cancer and infertility. You may already know these brands, but did you know that their brightly colored varnishes (known officially as 5-Free polishes) are safer alternatives for both you and your manicurist? By eliminating the five most potentially harmful ingredients (toluene, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, camphor, or DBP), these companies have made a commitment to providing nontoxic nail lacquers. Here are the seven standout nail colors we’re looking forward to wearing this summer.

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I’m From Driftwood is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit archive for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer stories. New stories are posted on the site every Wednesday.

What’s it like to navigate the gay world when you’re deaf? Richard Mesich shares his story, beginning with his coming-out experience. Richard recalls talking to his mom on AOL Instant Messenger:

We were talking, and my mom asked me, “Are you gay? Are you interested in boys?” I was thinking and realized it is time for me to open up, so I told my mom, “Yes, I am gay.” She said, “OK, that’s good. I am happy to hear that from you. I knew you were gay since you were a little kid.”

When Richard turned 21, his gay uncles took him to his first gay club in West Hollywood. While the experience was a little uncomfortable, it introduced him to the dating world:

I dated a few guys on and off. It was good and enjoyable. But I was very nervous dating a guy for the first time. I met this one person, and he was hearing. We went out for dinner, and we could communicate a little, but sometimes it’s hard with a hearing person. Mostly I would text on my phone to communicate.

Now, years later, Richard is able to reflect on how comfortable he’s become as an out gay, deaf man:

Comparing high school to where I am now, I used to feel lost and isolated. I didn’t know who I was. Now I feel confident, happy and know who I am. I’m comfortable with hearing and deaf people; it doesn’t matter to me. Now I know who I am, but I am not in a rush to look for love.

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Sotheby’s and eBay Team Up for Livestream Auctions, Here’s What’s for Sale

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After first teaming up with eBay in July, Sotheby’s has officially entered the world of e-commerce.

The newly minted site will enable eBay’s 155 million users to bid on some of the auction house’s less pricey items (ranging from $ 1,000 to $ 50,000).

“What this partnership is about is leveraging eBay’s audience and ability to target that audience and find clients that have the means to participate in a Sotheby’s auction,” said Josh Pullan, senior vice president, director of e-commerce at Sotheby’s.

Their first two online auctions will stream live on April 1. “The New York Sale” will feature Big Apple–themed memorabilia including thirteen letters from the New York Yankees 1976 sign and the original lease for Andy Warhol’s first studio on the Upper East Side; while “Photographs” will include prints from seminal artists including Richard Avedon, Man Ray, and Nicholas Nixon. Below, a look at twelve images featured in the upcoming “Photographs” auction.

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Books: “How’m I Doin’?” Two Years In, Vatican Expert Talks Pope Francis, Women In The Church & What’s Next

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THE FRANCIS MIRACLE
By John L. Allen Jr.
($ 27; Time)

If you’ve paid any attention to news coverage of the Catholic Church at any point in the last 15 to 20 years, chances are you’ve seen or heard from John L. Allen Jr. Now on staff at The Boston Globe and a key contributor to their Catholic news website Crux, Allen has been covering the Vatican since he first headed to Rome in 1998. At the time, it was a backwater to most news outlets and almost no American media had a presence on the ground. So Allen had this beat almost to himself as far as US audiences were concerned.

After learning Italian and building up contacts, Allen found himself with an increasing worldwide audience thanks to the growth of the internet. In 2001, of course 9-11 made the “clash of civilizations” and Christianity and Islam central issues. Plus there were hot topics like the never-ending child molestation and cover-up scandals roiling country after country and finally the death of Pope John Paul II. The Vatican was hot again and Allen was here, there and everywhere, delivering solid journalism and working as a key analyst for outlets like CNN. Any other journalist helicoptering into the Vatican for a big event knew they could get a succinct quote and solid insight from Allen. (So, at times, could bishops and cardinals who wanted a little background on the latest news when they’d been out of the country. It never hurts to be a trusted source for your sources)

Allen has also written a string of increasingly confident books, including not one but two biographies of the man who would become Pope Benedict as well as a demystifying look at Opus Dei. Now with his latest work The Francis Miracle, Allen turns his eye on the pope with popularity ratings a movie star would envy as well as a Reagan-like ability to overcome any momentary stumbles in his off-the-cuff remarks simply because people like him. As Allen has put it, with Pope Benedict everyone felt the things they disliked about the Catholic Church were because of him. With Pope Francis, they feel the things they dislike about the Catholic Church are despite him.

Allen’s new book contains a biographical sketch of Francis and his life, mostly with an eye towards how those experiences might color the Pope’s worldview and the priorities he has for the Church. Then Allen looks at key issues facing the Church such as much-needed financial reform, the role of women, the child molestation scandals and the lack of accountability for those who covered it up for decades. It’s a snapshot of the Francis papacy, where it’s at today, how he is doing and what to look for in the future.

I talked with Allen in-depth, discussing his unlikely career path, the many controversial issues facing the Catholic Church, the personality of Francis versus Benedict and why non-Catholics need to be aware of the Pope and his priorities just as they would with any other major world leader. You can see the entire interview at BookFilter.com. Following are some key excerpts.

ALLEN ON FIRST MEETING THE POPE

Allen talks about the first time he met the man who would become Pope Francis back in 2001 just days after 9-11. It was an almost accidental meeting because the late Cardinal Edward Egan had to back out of a previously arranged interview. (Egan died one day after our discussion took place.)

ALLEN ON WHY FRANCIS IS UNIQUE AMONG POPES WHEN IT COMES TO WOMEN

Allen talks about Pope Francis, how he broke new ground by working with and for women as a young man and why women are so far disappointed with his track record.

HOW ALLEN JUMPED FROM HIGH SCHOOL JOURNALISM TEACHER TO COVERING THE VATICAN

Allen talks about his unlikely career path that veered from religious studies to being the faculty adviser for a high school newspaper to hot rods and then — suddenly — the Vatican.

You can follow John L. Allen Jr. on Facebook and Twitter or at Crux and the Boston Globe. To see the full interview, head to BookFilter.com and watch the video embedded on the front page.

Thanks for reading. Michael Giltz is the founder and CEO of BookFilter, a book lover’s best friend. It’s a website that lets you browse for books online the way you do in a physical bookstore, provides comprehensive info on new releases every week in every category and offers passionate personal recommendations every step of the way. It’s like a fall book preview or holiday gift guide — but every week in every category. He’s also the co-host of Showbiz Sandbox, a weekly pop-culture podcast that reveals the industry take on entertainment news of the day and features top journalists and opinion makers as guests. It’s available for free on iTunes. Visit Michael Giltz at his website and his daily blog.

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What’s Going On

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Plastic Surgery and Selfies: What’s the Connection?

Selfies. Who hasn’t taken one? What may have started as a popular social media trend among teens has now become socially acceptable for people of all ages and from all walks of life. Even President Obama himself has taken a few selfies! The Oxford Dictionary now includes the word selfie, which is defined as “a photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one taken with a smartphone or webcam and shared via social media.”

Closeups of our faces, cocked just at the right angle with our lips pursed and our sultry gazes directed at the camera, are our prized social media possessions. Why? What is it about the selfie that makes it such a popular everyday habit among social media users?

Though self-portraits have existed for centuries, the selfie is unique. Some might even say it’s revolutionary. Perhaps the popularity of the selfie can be traced to Facebook’s like button, which allows for quick reassurance and an ego boost. However, what happens when we don’t receive enough likes, or we’re simply just not satisfied with the multitude of photos we’ve taken?

According to a poll conducted by The American Academy of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, there’s a rise in plastic surgery patients who are undergoing procedures due to social media’s fixation on physical appearance. This is illustrated by the infographic cretated by the Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery Center below.

While some people go as far as Photoshopping their selfies, others take it to the next level with nose jobs, eyelid surgery and hair transplants. Some women are even opting for reconstructive surgery on their hands.

Think that’s a bit excessive? It’s nothing compared to the $ 15,000 that LA talent agent Triana Lavey spent when she underwent multiple procedures in order to look more attractive in her selfies. Lavey’s been quoted as saying that her virtual self is just as important as her real-life self. According to Lavey, her chin was ruining her selfies and therefore, it had to go.

In light of this dramatic rise of all of these selfie-motivated plastic surgeries, we should probably ask ourselves a simple photography question.

Is a photograph that was taken at arm’s length with poor lighting and a smartphone camera lens really the best means of judging whether or not we’re happy with our appearances?

Probably not.

In fact, using selfies as a form of self-love is a great way to learn to appreciate your body! Start using them as tools for learning and self-exploration. You might be shocked as to what kind of beauty you find.

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What’s Your Number?

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Anna Faris and Chris Evans star in the outrageously funny comedy that asks: can 19 wrongs make Mr. Right? When Ally Darling (Faris) reads an article that leads her to believe she’s going to be alone forever, she begins a wild search to find the best “ex” of her life. But Ally’s quest to reconnect with her former lovers goes hilariously awry, from a puppeteer who’s more wooden than his puppet to a gynecologist with a “spotty”memory. Through it all, Ally might just find the man of her dreams in the last place she ever expected.

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What’s the Best Beauty Look to Wear with a Metallic Dress? Golden Globe Standouts Emma Stone, Reese Witherspoon, and More

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The Globes may have been golden, but tonight’s sartorial standout moments on the red carpet were inarguably silver. Attendees Emma Stone, Julianne Moore, Reese Witherspoon, Dakota Johnson, and Diane Kruger stepped onto the red carpet in glittering embroidered jumpsuits and dresses—and even surprise presenter Prince wore a suit in the evening’s metallic of choice. A look at their corresponding hair and makeup choices proved they had more than mere fabrics in common. Arriving in variations that ranged from graphic and black to warm and smudgy, smoky eyes gave an insouciant edge to even the most effusive of sequined looks. Lips diverged in two directions—nude or berry—and hair tumbled loosely in textured waves. The takeaway? When your dress transmits unrestrained glamour, your hair and makeup demand a hint of rock ’​n’ roll nonchalance.

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What’s In a Name?

In every culture, the naming of something or someone is a powerful act. It is an act of responsibility to both the namer and the one being named. Personal histories have been made and re-made with a name change. Many religious and cultural celebrations like weddings and christenings involve the giving and taking of a name. Most parents take great care in selecting names for their children.

When our first son came home, he was 3½ months and had already been named by his birth mom. I’ll admit we were not in love with the name and had the ability to legally change it. However, to honor her place in his history and that time of his life, we kept the name as his first name. We added two second names and gave him my husband’s family name. In total, he has four names on legal documents. Not exactly bubble form friendly, but it celebrates his unique adoption story in a memorable way.

With our second adoption, long before we began to be matched with birth moms, we selected names for either a girl or boy. For a boy’s name, we choose Jacob. It was my paternal grandfather’s name and so we let my parents know to gauge their reaction. My usually stoic father, a retired pastor, was visibly moved that we’d honor a man he never got to know as he died when my father was only six months old. We also chose Sophia for a girl’s name, the name of one of my grandmothers. By choosing these names, we hoped we’d connect our adoptive family to our biological family’s history.

When we were matched with our birth mom and learned she was expecting a boy, we let go of Sophia, the girl’s name we had chosen. Although we were very careful not to refer to him by Jacob because of all the things that could still go wrong, I’ll admit we began to think of the unborn boy as our son.

After a very tough couple of weeks with our birth mom, quagmired in the unavoidable bureaucracy of adoption and being snowed under the brutal winter of 2013-’14, she emailed me with a simple request: Could she name the baby she carried for nine months? As I read the email to my husband, we both knew that we could not refuse her. With all she was prepared to give to us, we could not deny her the honor of naming him. He gently reached for my shoulder and asked, “Are you okay with letting the name go?”

I lied and said, “Yes.” I emailed her immediately and explained how we named our first son and the meaning of his four names. I wrote that we’d be honored if she’d name him and asked her what name she had in mind. Quite honestly, I read and re-read the email a dozen times. I didn’t want her to sense my disappointment or sense of loss. I hit the send button and said goodbye to Jacob and went downstairs to get a glass of water and grieve a little. Yes, it was a selfish and petty grief.

While I was sipping my water, an alert notified me of a new email. I saw it was from her and with a deep breath I opened it. She had written a lengthy email, explaining her choice of name, but in all honesty I scanned past it all and my eyes settled on the simple combination of consonants and vowels that would become my son’s name. When I arrived at it, my heart burst.

She asked if we could name him Jacob. Despite living over a thousand miles away, coming from a different cultural and ethnic background and being in a completely different stage in her life, she choose the exact name we had chosen. Yes, I know it is a common name; in fact, the year before he was born, it was the most common name for baby boys. But still, I found it cosmically uncanny. When I told him, my usually stolid husband was visibly moved. We knew that it was a sign that he was meant to be part of our family. Our birth mom said it best when I told her we had chosen the same name. “Well then, it was meant to be,” she said peacefully.

Biological parents have that moment when they see their baby’s ultrasound or feel their baby kick in the womb. That moment, I felt my son’s heartbeat for the first time even though he wouldn’t be born for another six weeks. Despite the lessons our adoption journey had taught us, I gave myself the gift of hope and secretly I began to refer to him as Jacob.

We would have many more twists and turns ahead of us before Jacob would come home with us, but I carry that moment with me every day since. It has become interwoven into the myth-truth of my son’s homecoming. Its significance would only be rivaled by the moment when my father baptized my son with my grandfather’s name. And the usually unemotional men in my life were visibly moved by the power of a simple name tying four generations of my family. For those of us who rely on science, logic and hard facts to understand our world, moments like these are truly humbling.

Wherever you are in your voyage, whether your child grows under your heart or in it, know this: What’s meant to be will find a way of happening in its own time. You may not even know when it’s happening but that which is named cannot be unnamed.

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By this point, I think my assessment of “The 100” is pretty clear. I’ve written a number of pieces about the show, in its first and second season, praising its pace, its cast and its commitment to its premise about survival in an unforgiving, post-apocalyptic world.

Strangely enough, despite being one of the critics spreading the word about how smart this show was about putting its themes and its premise to work, I was shocked by the ending of “Spacewalker.”

Let me put it another way: I was both surprised and unsurprised by the ending, but either way, I only have positive thoughts about what occurred. It’s not that I enjoy watching a core character die, of course. I just think that too many shows shirk from having characters suffer realistic consequences for their actions, and ever since Finn (Thomas McDonell) massacred 18 Grounders in a small village, I have thought he would have to pay a very big price for that action.

Not that that’s the kind of act that can ever truly be atoned for, but if “The 100” had let that incident slide, I would have thought much less of the show. Brisk pacing and good twists are one thing, but a show accrues more substantial emotional weight when the characters have to struggle though events that are hard to process and accept. What occurred in “Spacewalker” was hard to watch — but in a good way, given that it will deepen the characters and make their lives and their dilemmas even more challenging going forward.

As I said, I wasn’t surprised that Finn had to pay a price for his actions: That lines up with the moral universe the show has been building for two seasons. I was somewhat surprised that that price was death. Despite much evidence that it’s not interested in conducting TV business as usual (unless that suits its purposes), I expected “The 100” to behave like a typical broadcast network drama and find a way to avoid killing off a popular character in the middle of the show’s second season. What “The 100” did is quite rare, though I do think it was the right decision under this particular set of circumstances.

That said, many aspects of Finn’s fate landed like a punch in the gut. The hardest thing to watch: Clarke as the person who ended Finn’s life. There were so many reasons it had to be that way: Practically, a quick death via Clarke’s knife was better than slow, horrific death courtesy of the Grounders, and of course, Clarke and Finn cared about each other a great deal. For her to be able to comfort him just before his death was so important.

And on reflection, I’m not shocked that Clarke did what she did: From day one, the character has had to make tough calls and has often had to choose among impossible options. What’s great about Eliza Taylor’s performance — and the show’s willingness to be subtle — is that you see the cost of those choices on her face. Given the same set of options, I think Clarke would make the same decision, but you could see, in that final scene, that she hated herself for doing it and that she’d never get over it.

All in all, what occurred in “Groundwalker” was both surprising and inevitable, a combination that’s hard to achieve but when it works, as it did here, it can be powerful and even moving.

More thoughts about the second season of “The 100” and “Spacewalker” are contained in a Talking TV podcast and in this interview with executive producer Jason Rothenberg:

Well, I’m doing not doing too well, because I just watched the episode again and I was crying, so I cursed you.
I can’t say that makes me sorry, actually.

Nor would I want you to. Kudos all around on the episode. There were some brave choices in there and the cast did an incredible job.
Thank you very much.

My first question is, is Finn really dead? There’s not going to be some miracle battlefield surgery, right? He won’t magically come back to life?
No, sadly, he’s really dead. He could come back in a flashback kind of way, but he’s no longer part of the show. It’s sad. When that happens, it’s like you lose a member of the family. It’s harder on us probably than it is even on the fans.

“Ultimately it lands on Clarke. She’s haunted. Literally she will be broken and haunted by that for the rest of her life, and certainly for the rest of the season.”

I get that, but I really respect that choice. After the episode with the massacre in the village, I turned to my husband and said, “I really hope the consequences of this becomes an ongoing story line.” You know, this can’t just be brushed aside, like, “Well, they had one more close call with the Grounders!” This was something different, and I really hoped that the consequences of that encounter would become an ongoing thread on the show. And even though “The 100” has made other brave decisions in situations like that, I wasn’t really sure what the show would do. So what happened — I can’t think of a bigger consequence for the characters in that world to pay, especially Finn.
Well, yeah. The truth is, I knew going into the season that that was going to happen. I talked to Thomas [in May], and told him what the plan was — that we were going to take his character in a pretty dark direction and that he was going to leave us somewhere in the middle of the season. I didn’t know that it would be the mid-season finale. As you’re breaking the season [i.e. figuring out the overall storylines], you have certain stories that sort of want to be certain things, and this one just felt like a tentpole moment, a pivot point for the season. It lined up with one of our best writers, Bruce Miller, so all the planets aligned.

But yeah, I knew that he was going to have the massacre, I knew that he was going to have to die for it ultimately, and I knew that it was going to be Clarke [who ended his life]. That’s the most surprising part about it, to me. You know people are anticipating that Finn’s going to die because what he did was so horrible, but I don’t think anybody’s going to see coming what happens. Ultimately it lands on Clarke. She’s haunted. Literally she will be broken and haunted by that for the rest of her life, and certainly for the rest of the season.

I did think it was very interesting that it landed on Clarke, and having it be a choice that she made was so hard — you could see how wrenching that decision was. And I didn’t see it coming, not really, because broadcast network television just doesn’t do that very often. Despite everything else “The 100” has done with its characters in the past, I didn’t necessarily think the show would be that… I guess the word is “uncompromising.”
Thank you. I think that is sort of becoming our thing. Not to give away the formula, but if you look at episodes, we say we’re going to do something and then [we do it]. Most network shows, certainly most broadcast network shows, don’t follow through in the end — there’s the miraculous, eleventh-hour save. But we say we’re going to do something, and then we do it.

Episode 5 last year, which was also written by Bruce, was “The Calling.” That whole episode was about the fact that [the leadership was] going to kill these 300 people to make more oxygen for everybody else. “But maybe the kids on the ground are going save the day!” [But they didn’t and the Arc inhabitants died.] That lands really hard.

Similarly, with this story, the whole episode is about — Finn was going to die. “We have to give Finn up. The Grounders want Finn.” We go over five different ways that we’re going to try to save his life. And then we just do what we said we were going to do. On some level, that says something about broadcast television [i.e. about the usual desire for resolutions that aren’t nearly as dark]. It also says, I think, something about the kinds of stories that we want to tell.

It was especially bold, because you also had the whole flashback plot about Finn doing a selfless, kind thing — giving Raven the spacewalk. It turns out that his crime wasn’t really a crime — it wasn’t an irresponsible spacewalk for himself, it was for Raven. So even more than usual, you would think, according to the usual rules of broadcast network television — if you have done some work to bring some good character traits to light, surely things couldn’t go that badly for him.
Yeah. That was sort of designed. The fact that Raven took the spacewalk and Finn took the fall for it — that was something that we’ve known for a while, and I’ve been trying to figure out a way to get it into the show. It just sort of lined up perfectly [for this episode], especially in the wake of the massacre, where the reaction has been kind of intense online. I follow it probably too much.

People are understandably enraged, a lot of people. We did that by design. It’s an enraging thing that he did. But [with the flashback], maybe it’s a little bit manipulative creatively, but we certainly were conscious of, “Okay, we need not to ‘win him back,’ but on some level, we need for people to care about him again before we pull him away.” His death would have been emotional anyway, because the characters we care about are so moved and messed up by it. But I think it’s even more emotionally devastating because of what you’re saying — we realize what a good guy he could be right as we kill him.

We did a very similar thing way back in Episode 3 in Season 1 with Wells. We told that flashback story that was kind of redeeming, and we see how he basically let Clarke think that he was the one that was responsible for her father’s death, so that she wouldn’t hate her own mother. And then we killed him in the same episode.

So what you’re saying is that you’re just a terrible person.
Yeah. [Laughs] I mean, you know what? The thing is — and I say this to the staff all the time — our job is to make people feel things.

“The thing is, our job is to make people feel things.”

Oh, I know.
Feel something. If I don’t feel something in a script that comes in, or even an outline that comes in, then I always send it back, because that’s the job.

Part of the reason I was feeling things at the end of the episode is because I watched the scene with Finn and Raven in the drop ship, and he says, “May we meet again.” He’s already decided at that point to sacrifice himself. To me what makes me more interested in Finn and his fate is that he knows he crossed a line and there’s really no way he could ever make amends for what he did. He knows how bad it was, on some level, and he feels torn up about it and he wants to at least do something to help other people. It’s the one good thing he can do.
Yeah, he’s not going to let other people take the fall for him. I think Thomas, as an actor, really elevated his game all season. He embraced the darkness of what we were doing with Finn, and showed side of himself as an actor that he didn’t know that he had. I really proud of him, and I’m going to miss him a lot, and so is everybody else in the cast.

I think that he did elevate his game, especially in this episode. It was very moving in the scene where Clarke kills him. He’s afraid, but when he knows what is happening, he says, “Thanks, Princess.”
Yeah.

That was tough.
Yeah, Bruce just did a really great job. Sometimes everything just sort of works. The idea, like I said, was there from the beginning and then you give it to the writers to put their spin on it, and Bruce is an excellent writer and really found the heart of that scene. I’ve seen it probably 20 times through [post-production] and every time I watch that scene, I get emotional. So I hear you.

It’s emotional because it has real weight. There are real consequences to his actions, and as much as his actions were unconscionable, it was hard to watch how his fate came down, for both of them. This is one of the things I look for in a drama — situations in which there’s no good choice and the characters are torn up by their bad options. For me as an audience member, it’s easier to invest in that kind of world — no matter what kind of circumstances the characters are in, that kind of heartbreaking challenge is relatable.
I should give a hat tip to the director, John Showalter. As I watch it, up until she says, “Can I say goodbye?” and then walks over — you’re thinking, “There’s no way. Something will happen. Someone will come in and save him.” She’s got a knife. We see that. “She’s going to kill [Grounder leader] Lexa.” That’s probably what most people are thinking. That’s certainly, by design, what we want people to think. So that tension really exists until that moment, and then, for me, it’s like, “Oh my God, are they really going to do this?”

I didn’t really expect it to go down that way. I thought, “Well, Clarke is one of the most resourceful people in this world. She’s going to cut loose his ropes and they’re going to run off into the forest and it’ll be some insane adventure.” But now, the cliffhanger is that the characters have to emotionally deal with the fallout. That is so much more interesting than, “Clarke and Finn run off, and we catch up with them in the next episode trying to evade the Grounders.” That is a mechanical cliffhanger, whereas this is an emotional cliffhanger, if you will.
Yeah. I can’t believe people have to wait until Jan. 21 to see the next episode, because it’s another outstanding one. Everybody on our crew and the cast is just firing at such a high level right now — it’s really exciting for me. But you’re right. It’s an emotional cliffhanger. Episode 9 is really the one where I felt like, okay, people are going to need to sort of take a breath and absorb what’s happened. It’s a very different kind of episode for us but it’s emotionally … not devastating, but almost cathartic.

It seems like you follow fan reactions online pretty closely. How would you characterize how that has been going lately, and do you have any guesses in terms of how people will react to this episode?
You know, I’m not surprised by the reaction [lately]. I feel like some people really got exactly what I was hoping they would get from Finn’s descent, which was that he was broken and that he was sort of suffering a little bit of PTSD from a fairly traumatic few weeks, from the Season 1 finale through the massacre, certainly. In that moment, he suffered a break and he was under the belief that his people had all been killed. In that moment he believed that, and he thought the people in this village were lying. Some people really sort of went with that and understood what he did, nevertheless believing it to be horrible and terrible and all of the things that it was.

Others though, you know — I feel like it’s hard to separate people’s feelings about a character and who they like the most and who they want Clarke to be with the most — to sort of separate those feelings and just go for the ride. I felt that was how it was divided — basically people who liked Bellamy and Clarke together sort of were almost rooting for Finn’s death after that. But again, it’s not surprising to me. The truth is, we as the audience were way ahead of Finn. We were watching this train wreck that we knew was going to happen because he was operating with the wrong information. We knew Clarke wasn’t there. We knew Clarke was trying to forge a peace with the Grounders and that Finn was barreling towards this really dangerous moment. And again, most shows would have had Clarke and company probably arrive before that massacre.

Yes.
But we wanted it to be the story that we knew we were telling, and I uncompromisingly set our compass and just drove for it. And by the way, the network — say what we will about broadcast television, and I have feelings probably similar to yours — has been incredibly supportive of everything. They’ve never balked at a single thing. It’s been kind of incredible, actually.

In terms of setting up the next seven episodes — what do you want to say about that? Is the alliance with the Grounders going to happen and is a war coming with Mount Weather?
Clarke will not let what she’s done in Episode 8 be for nothing. She will relentlessly drive forward until that confrontation happens. She’s not going to let the alliance fall apart. There will be a lot of people trying to pull it apart — the alliance between the Grounders and the Sky People [and the alliance between the Arc survivors and the Grounders]. Alliances are hard, you know. You don’t make peace with your friends. We’ll see that really coming to a head in the back half of the season. It really does become about rounding a bend and finally going after their people at Mount Weather before they can all be killed. Things are really heating up inside Mount Weather in a bad way as well. We took a week off for Episode 8 in Mount Weather, but off-camera, things are getting worse there.

No more cake in Mount Weather.
No more cake, definitely.

This interview has been edited and condensed.

The last Talking TV podcast of 2014 is all about “The 100,” which I’ve also paid tribute to on my Tumblr. The podcast, in which Ryan McGee and I talk about “Spacewalker” quite a bit, is available here, on iTunes and below.


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Next week, the new issue of MAD Magazine hits newsstands, which is okay, I guess. More important than that (and with a decidedly higher budget), next year sees the release of a new Star Wars film. Since the usual gang of idiots make their paltry salaries standing on the shoulders of other, more popular giants, they’ve set their sights on Star Wars once again.

I’ve written about the intersection of MAD and Star Wars before (for the official Star Wars website, no less) but it’s nice (I suppose) to see them go back to that dried up mine for material.

For their new issue, MAD has given us an exclusive look at their new spread that answers a very important question: What has Luke Skywalker been up to for the last 30 years? If you follow the right path, it actually tells the story of the old Expanded Universe…

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Fans of “The 100,” there’s a very good chance you have questions about the Season 1 finale, which aired Wednesday on the CW.

HuffPost TV spoke with executive producer Jason Rothenberg about the first season of the show and the finale, and the first part of our chat can be found in this post, which also serves as an appreciation of the debut season of “The 100.” Though Rothenberg was cagey about a few things we discussed in the second part of our chat, he answered a lot of the questions about “We Are Grounders, Part 2.”

How many parts of the Ark made it down to Earth? Who is living in Mount Weather and how did those people get there? Will the cast expand when the show returns in the fall? Who’s alive and who’s not? How many episodes will Season 2 have? Read Rothenberg’s answers to those questions and more:

HuffPost TV: In terms of a learning curve from Season 1, what do you want to do more of and what do you want to do less of going forward?

Jason Rothenberg: Season 2 is going to be very, very different, obviously, for many reasons. The Ark is on the ground for the most part. The grown-ups are on the ground and we’re really beginning to widen the scope of the show and explain this world that these people from the Ark have been dropped into. So in Season 1, we lived in perspective almost exclusively, at least on the ground, of those 100 kids, and so we didn’t know anything. They’ve only been on the ground for something like 29 days by the finale, so we know as much as they do as an audience. Now they’re scattered and they’re in various parts of this world, and we begin to learn more about that world as they do. So that’s one of the things I think we’re going to lean into more — the sweeping adventure of it.

And then I think we told the story at a really, really rapid clip last season, which I think is an advantage for sure — it’s entertaining and the story doesn’t lag and it’s a sort of rip-roaring adventure. But some of that came, at times, I think, at the expense of real character exploration.

And so I think we’ll probably want to slow down just a little bit, just enough to really mine who these people are and what they’re going through and how it’s changing them and things like that. Which isn’t to say we’re going to spend that much more time on the soap opera of it at all. What I find fascinating is – it’s almost a fish out of water [story in that] these people were so wrong about everything that they believed and they’re forced to relearn everything. On the one hand, they’re utterly unprepared for what they’re being dropped into. And on the other hand, it’s not like life on the Ark was luxurious or fun by any stretch of the imagination. So ultimately I think what [the characters on the ground] realized this year and what everybody will probably realize in Season 2 is that that world of repurposing and a real lack of resources has prepared them, in an odd way, for being successful on the ground. So we will play with all that.

There has been this great sense of pace and that’s been one of the things that carried me along as a viewer, but the idea of more character work in Season 2 excites me, because I only care about the incidents as far as I care about the people that they’re happening to. So that balance going forward — I’ll be excited to see what you do with that.

Yeah. And by the way I think that [the term] “soap” gets a bad rap.

Absolutely. I think it’s a word that’s thrown at a show that people want to denigrate in some way.

I say this all the time around here — Indiana Jones had a girlfriend. “Star Wars” had a love triangle in it. Those weren’t the reasons why we loved those movies, but it was part of the the tapestry of it. And that’s, I think, where it lives in our world — it has a similar level of importance. [That makes our show] probably a little bit different from most of the shows on the CW in terms of the percentage of its importance, if you can put a percentage on those things.

As it stands now it seems that there are three factions the kids and adults from the Ark have to deal with — the Mountain Men, the Grounders and the Reapers. Are they all going to be adversaries or do you see them kind of as a rotating crew — some could be adversaries, some could be allies?

Yeah. By the way there’ll be others to introduce really quickly in Season 2, not to make things even more complicated. But one of the things we will definitely do, as I said, is begin to widen the scope and widen our understanding of the world. We will understand how those pieces all fit together and the ongoing conflict the 100 and now the population of the Ark have landed in the middle of. Those Grounders are warriors and they were that way long before the kids dropped down from the sky. We’ll understand the various sides of the conflict, what everybody wants. They’re all fighting for the survival of their own people from a very limited pot of resources. And so we’ll understand who’s allied and who’s sort of at war. The 100 will factor into that and so will the people from the Ark in Season 2.

The other thing is, we introduced these Grounders as this huge antagonistic force, but in Episode 9, we begin to peel that back a little bit and realized that they have their own point of view and that they’re complicated as a people themselves. They look at “The 100” as being provocative and as the ones starting this conflict. And then through Ricky Whittle’s character, Lincoln, I think it’s fairly clear that they’re not all bad and it’s safe to say he’s not the only good Grounder. So one of the things I knew I wanted to do was make them more complicated, and to do that and still have real antagonism in the show, I knew that we needed to introduce others that were worse. And sort of that’s where the Reapers fit in, in terms of this season anyway, but again we’ll understand [the antagonisms among the various groups in Season 2]. The Mountain Men, we’ll get to know them much better in Season 2, and we’ll understand what role each of them play against each other and with each other.

Mount Weather appears to be some kind of underground bunker. It occurred to me as I watched the finale — what if these people have been in hiding and sheltered their own civilization, hidden from the nuclear fallout, for all those years since the bombs stopped falling?

We’re talking at a time when I am in the middle of writing Episode 1 [of Season 2], and so I could say yes. First of all, Mount Weather is the place where the government of the United States is supposed to be taken to in the event of some sort of a cataclysmic, end-of-the-world situation. It’s a bit of a relic of the Cold War, but it’s a real place. A lot of conspiracy theorists have their own bizarre claims about it. Nobody’s ever seen it, it’s classified, etc. So it’s based on that.

And you can imagine, at the time of the bombs, people made it there unbeknownst to the Chancellor. His speech in the pilot says that nobody ever made it there, but obviously he was wrong. And I look at Mount Weather in Season 2 as almost a mirror or negative image of the Ark. Whereas the Ark was founded by scientists and astronauts, who were already in space at the time of the war, Mount Weather was founded by politicians and military people and powerful people who had connections and were able to get there in time. That may be a little spoiler-y, but we find that out pretty quickly in Episode 1 of Season 2.

One of the things that I love about the show so much and was important to me from the beginning was this juxtaposition of the claustrophobic, suffocating, airless world on the Ark, this dying spaceship, and the exploding-with-life, mysterious world on the ground. Obviously, because we’re bringing the Ark down, we lose that, or you would think we would lose that. What we get, though, is a very similar juxtaposition by using Mount Weather instead. So we’ll be able to cut to Mount Weather, where a majority of the surviving members of the 100 have been taken — we think as prisoners, perhaps that’s the case, perhaps it’s not — but it gives us, just on the most basic level, some continuity for the show. So it won’t feel like a different show, it doesn’t lack that [other place to go to].

Right. Another question I had is that — we saw Abby. Her part of the Ark survived, and then there’s this plume of smoke off in the distance. Is that another part of the Ark that survived or is that something else?

Well, it’s safe to say that Mecha Station, which is the station that Abby and company came down on, will not be the only station that made it. It probably will be the only station that made it without any casualties. That was important to me, just because if Abby was going to enjoy that first breath of air, there couldn’t be people dead and suffering in the ship below her.

Most of the ships -– we saw many of them exploding on the way down, some of them made it probably only to crash and burn, with others, maybe we’ll find some survivors. Part of the Season 2 storyline will be finding those survivors. What’s cool is it gives us [possible future stories]. In “Lost,” they found the tail section in Season 3. Who knows when we could find other stations from the Ark on the ground? It could happen as early as the beginning of Season 2, it could be Season 4, if the good Lord is willing.

Jaha, Finn, Bellamy, Raven — their statuses are unclear at this point right, or are we clear on at least Jaha?

Well, he’s alive but seemingly not for long. He’s only got two weeks of air left up there. So if he were to continue as a character we would have to come up with a pretty compelling way and reason to bring him down. But yeah, all those other characters that you mention are definitely in limbo.

Do you want to comment on their status? I’m half-expecting you to say no, but I just thought I would ask.

It’s funny, we get a lot of credit for killing main characters, but I personally don’t think we’ve done that very much. So some people tease us about the fact that it’s only the redshirts, the people that don’t matter, that die and that’s something we’re conscious of. But yeah, I’d rather not reveal whether any of those people make it or don’t into Season 2. I love all those characters.

But I assume the cast is expanding in Season 2, via new characters and maybe through some actors becoming series regulars next season.

Yes. The cast is definitely expanding in Season 2. Whether or not that means we’re introducing new people or whether or not existing guest stars are becoming regulars, we’re extending the cast for sure, as part of extending the universe. Clarke and Monty are in Mount Weather; we know that. We will definitely meet people in Mount Weather and get to know characters in Mount Weather that have lived there their whole lives.

We will expand the Grounder world in Season 2. We may make it to see “Luna at the sea,” which is where Lincoln told Clark and Finn to go and where he theoretically is taking Octavia at the end of the finale. They may not make it that far, who knows, but it’s safe to say that we’ll meet other people.

One of the themes of Season 2 is that you can’t survive alone; you can’t make it by yourself, and that I think necessitates meeting others. And of course, we have the 100, and the idea all along was that we can pull people out of there that had been the whole time that we just suddenly meet. Same thing now that the Ark is on the ground — we’ll certainly meet people that we haven’t met before from the ship, some of the people we have met in minor roles may return, but they have a whole world that they’re building now. The dropship camp got burned up and one of the main sets in Season 2 is going to be built around one of these Ark stations. I talk about it like it’s “Deadwood” with a spaceship in the middle of it. There will be people living there and helping build it.

When you look back at the first season, what are some of your favorite moments or scenes or things that you think really worked?

What I think we did in Season 1 is explore difficult issues in which there are no really good answers. My favorite moments were the hanging of Murphy and what to do about Charlotte afterwards in Episode 4. Episode 7: Whether or not to torture Lincoln for information to save Finn, where Clarke says, “Do it,” and it’s Octavia who grabs the moral center in that episode. That was a really powerful one for me. Episode 10 and sort of biological warfare: Should we blow up the bridge with people on it or not? [The idea is to be] asking really good questions where both answers suck, frankly — where both options are not good.

That’s sort of the “Battlestar Galactica” model.

Yeah, for sure. I’m a huge fan of “Battlestar,” huge, as I think some of our casting would indicate. That’s one of the reasons why the show is maybe a little different for the network. It’s like we’re exploring some really difficult issues, which sci-fi lets you do. You can do a morality play about torture without it feeling like a morality play, which is fun for me.

My last question is, how many episodes are in Season 2?

I’m not supposed to tell anybody what the episode order is yet, for some reason. I’m not quite sure why they’re being secretive about it. But for me, [the number the network ordered] was the perfect number. We had 13 this season, and creatively 13’s great. It’s like a cable series. You get to really choose your story and the pace of it is never lagging. There’s no filler episodes.

Next season I think you can assume we’re going to do more. But the number will surprise people. So let me tease it like that — it’s more than 13 and fewer than 22.

This interview has been edited and condensed.

Ryan McGee and I talked about “The 100,” as well as “Orphan Black,” “Suits” and “Dominion” on the latest Talking TV podcast, which is here, on iTunes and below.

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What’s the Connection Between Memorial Day and Radio Countdowns?

If we know nothing else, we know Americans love lists. We love to rank football teams, rock albums, cars, pizzerias, movies, former girlfriends, and anything else of which there’s three or more.

Why?

Because we Americans understand — more so than any other culture — that some things have to be better than others. And once teased, we must know the better from the other. That’s why, every Memorial Day, we celebrate not just by hosting barbecues and honoring fallen soldiers, but by obsessively listening to radio countdowns.

Now I can rationalize a connection between between fallen soldiers and family barbecues… I think. Something about patriotism, and perhaps open fire.

But the connection between honoring soldiers and knowing if Iggy Azalea landed at No. 3 or No. 6? Not so much. We just love lists.

A few years back, one of my local radio stations naturally decided to count down “The Top 1001 Songs!” Their description provided no historical or genre limitations — just “as voted by you.” Without any other qualification, it simply existed as THE TOP 1001 SONGS OF ALL TIME. A high bar, to be sure.

This was their Top 5 (because, as an American, you now must know):

No: 5: “Get Down Tonight” by K.C. and the Sunshine Band
No: 4: “Hey Jude” by The Beatles
No: 3: “Satisfaction” by The Rolling Stones
No: 2: “Don’t Stop Believin'” by Journey
No: 1: “Rag Doll” by the Four Seasons

“Rag Doll”? “RAG DOLL”?

Number 1,000 was REO Speedwagon’s “Keep on Loving You.” Why you voted to put 998 songs between REO Speedwagon’s greatest hit and Journey’s greatest hit is beyond me, but such is the mysterious allure of the radio countdown.

Of course, a real “Top 1001 of All Time” would be a very random list. But given it’s Memorial Day, I must do my patriotic duty. So below, I present my version of the Top 10 of all time (influenced heavily by my dislike of both country music and Elvis, my brother Paul’s fourth grade piano recital, and the fact that I’ve been tuning out most of this year).

No. 10: “Gangnam Style” by PSY
No. 9: “Respect” by Aretha Franklin
No. 8: (tie) “Hungarian Rhapsody” by both Queen & Franz Liszt
No. 7: “Fur Elise” by Beethoven (and played to small-fingered perfection by Paul)
No. 6: “This Land is Your Land” by Woody Guthrie
No. 5: “The Itsy Bitsy Spider”
No. 4: “Colored Lines” by Robin Thicke
No. 3: “Yesterday” by The Beatles
No. 2: Gregorian Chants (particularly 1-4903, 5542, and 5553)
No. 1: (tie) “Happy Birthday to You” and “Stairway to Heaven,” the latter by Led Zeppelin

See? Like a true American, you read all the way to the end, despite the fact that you don’t really give a crap.

But if you did stop before you got to No. 1, you’re a stronger person than me. Or maybe Canadian.

Joel Schwartzberg is a humorist and author of “The 40-Year-Old Version” and his newest collection, “Small Things Considered: Moments from Manliness to Manilow.
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