Actor Nicolas Cage was spotted in Los Angeles with girlfriend Erika Koike (whom The Daily Mail describes as a woman “thought to be a make-up artist”) wearing four items of clothing he appears to have stolen out of my closet while I wasn’t looking. There are the black slacks I bought on sale assuming they were slim-fit only to discover they were comically loose-fitting, nonrefundable, and (for me, at least) unwearable. The buckle loafers I bought two hours before an out-of-town wedding from the one shoe store that was open nearby after realizing I forgot to pack a pair of black shoes. The black button-down I bought on sale years ago because under the assumption that I’d one day need to wear a black button-down (such a day never came up). And then there’s the blazer that showed up to my door two days after a rude guest screamed, “ALEXA, BUY BOBBY THE MOST HILARIOUS PIECE OF OUTERWEAR FOR SALE ON AMAZON,” during a recent houseparty. I’m more … [Read more...] about Help! Nicolas Cage Stole My Look
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The time has come, everyone. Summer is basically here, and Why’d You Push That Button is wrapping season two just in time for us to get our butts to the beach. But before we do, we have an episode for you. It’s about relationships, Facebook statuses, Instagram posts, and breakups. I would say this is our “personal” episode. We came to talk about whether the Facebook relationship status matters anymore, and we get some answers. Definitely. First we talk to Nayomi Reghay, The Daily Dots’ advice columnist, about whether caring about being official on Facebook or Instagram is dumb. She also gives us advice, which I appreciated. Then we talk to one of Kaitlyn’s sister’s friends, Megan, who brings us back down to Earth and explains what the youth think of relationship statuses. Finally, we chat with Bobby Finger and Lindsey Weber of the podcast Who? Weekly about how celebrities handle becoming official with a new boo. With press releases, magazine … [Read more...] about Changing your Facebook relationship status still means something in 2018
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Share on Google Plus Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Plus Share via Email Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest Share on Tumblr Resize Text Print Article Comments Animalia by Amy B Wang by Amy B Wang Email the author May 1 at 6:24 PM Email the author Pepperdine University’s graduation ceremony was just rounding into its second, scripted half on Saturday when a pair of unexpected guests cut into the pomp and circumstance. Who knows why the pelicans chose to crash the festivities that day? Maybe it was the cloudless, sunny sky — or the visual sea created by hundreds of … [Read more...] about Two pelicans crashed Pepperdine University’s graduation. Hilarity ensued.
If you’re tired of Zuckerberg’s testimony and you’re looking for something to divert your attention, we’ve got just the thing. Fill up your iPhone or iPad with some paid iOS apps that are currently on sale for free! We’ve rounded up the nine best premium apps of the day that are free downloads for a limited time, and you’ll find them all listed below. Don't Miss: New smartwatch has 45-day battery life and costs less than $100 vs. the $330+ Apple Watch This post covers paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available for free for a limited time by their developers. BGR is not affiliated with any developers. There is no way to tell how long they will be free. These sales could end an hour from now or a week from now — obviously, the only thing we can guarantee is that they were free at the time this post was written. If you click on a link and see a price listed next to an app instead of the word “get,” it is no longer free. … [Read more...] about 9 paid iPhone apps that are free downloads right now
iOS 11.3 brings new Animoji, Battery Health, better ARKit, Business Chat, and more! iOS 11.3 is Apple's spring update for iPhone and iPad. It features a few higher-profile new or expanded features, including fun new Animoji lions, dragons, and bears, new settings for battery health that should make every #iPhoneSlow follower happy, as well as new additions to ARKit that'll have you up the wall — ha! not sorry! — and Business Chat for iMessage, which... might do the same! ARKit gets crisper and... goes vertical Where ARKit was previously limited to understanding horizontal surfaces, Apple is now providing the ability to map and make use of vertical and irregular surfaces as well. That means you can have virtual posters, paintings, even walls and doors exist alongside the real thing. It allows for experiences like virtual museums and gateways to other words. It'll also all looks better thanks to higher resolution support and auto-focus. After spending some time with it and … [Read more...] about iOS 11 review: Smarter, better, faster, bolder