Carly Mallenbaum, USA TODAY

Carly Mallenbaum

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Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Carly:

How to Passover in quarantine: Everything you need to know about hosting a (virtual) seder

Here's how to celebrate one of the most important Jewish holidays of the year while under quarantine and away from family. An open mind is required! → Read More

'You're Welcome': Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, in a towel, sings handwashing song to daughter

You're welcome, indeed. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson posted of video of his shirtless self singing to his daughter while helping wash her hands. → Read More

Lockdown life imitates art: People post fun pics of themselves, pets as part of Getty challenge

We can't admire paintings in museums right now. But lots of people are making their own lives imitate art in a viral Getty Museum challenge. → Read More

Tom Hanks remembers 'That Thing You Do!' songwriter Adam Schlesinger: 'He was a One-der'

Tom Hanks is among those paying tribute to Adam Schlesinger, the songwriter who died Wednesday due to coronavirus complications. → Read More

Why I'll keep running, so long as it's legal, during the coronavirus pandemic

Running feels like an essential act during the coronavirus pandemic, at a time when it's being prohibited in many communities. Why do we crave it so? → Read More

Why I'll keep running, so long as it's legal, during the coronavirus pandemic

Running feels like an essential act during the coronavirus pandemic, at a time when it's being prohibited in many communities. Why do we crave it so? → Read More

'The Flash' actor Logan Williams dies at 16, co-star Grant Gustin posts tribute

Grant Gustin posted to Instagram about his late "The Flash" costar, Logan Williams, who died at age 16. "We are heartbroken," says his representative. → Read More

Why I'll keep running, so long as it's legal, during the coronavirus pandemic

Running feels like an essential act during the coronavirus pandemic, at a time when it's being prohibited in many communities. Why do we crave it so? → Read More

Why I'll keep running, so long as it's legal, during the coronavirus pandemic

Running feels like an essential act during the coronavirus pandemic, at a time when it's being prohibited in many communities. Why do we crave it so? → Read More

Kim Kardashian blasts Taylor Swift after feud with Kanye West is reignited

Remember Taylor Swift and Kanye West's 2016 feud over a lyric he said she approved of? Swift and Kim Kardashian are addressing the controversy anew. → Read More

Grace VanderWaal's first onscreen kiss in Disney's 'Stargirl' was a 'big deal'

Since she was crowned “America’s Got Talent” champion in 2016, Grace VanderWaal has become a model, recording artist and star of Disney's "Stargirl." → Read More

Have a New Year's resolution to work out? Here are 10 fitness trends to try in 2020

Whether you do a trampoline class or try a "playground" workout, there are plenty of 2020 fitness options to help you keep your New Year's resolution. → Read More

Will Smith explains how 'flattening the curve' works, answers other coronavirus questions

On the new "Red Table Talk" episode, Will Smith joined his family and an expert to talk about the coronavirus outbreak. He knows his stuff. → Read More

Itching to exercise during your quarantine? These 7 at-home workouts are free

Gyms across the country have shut down, but that doesn't mean all exercise is canceled. Here's your guide to 7 free at-home fitness programs. → Read More

How to care for your dry, raw hands after washing them to prevent coronavirus

Washing your hands to protect yourself from COVID-19? Good job! But that might also mean your hands are very dry. Here's how to care for them. → Read More

13 terrifying movies to watch on Friday the 13th (beyond the obvious 'Friday' films)

Superstitious folk, the date you've been fearing is here. Which movies should you watch on this unlucky day? Our 13 suggestions for Friday the 13th. → Read More

Spoilers! Did Netflix's new YA movie 'All the Bright Places' need to end like that?

Beware, this story includes spoilers about the ending of Netflix's YA adaptation "All the Bright Places," based on the Jennifer Niven novel. → Read More

Disneyland debuts new parade amid coronavirus scare: Can magic still happen?

As other Disneyland parks close, Disneyland Anaheim premieres a colorful new parade. Does its magic still work amid global virus concern? → Read More

'Entertainment Tonight' hosts Mary Hart and John Tesh reunite, discuss his cancer battle

Mary Hart and John Tesh appeared on "Entertainment Tonight" Tuesday for a reunion, and to talk abut something very serious. → Read More

5 most interesting things we ate at the Disney California Adventure's Food & Wine Festival

Amusement park food can be sophisticated. Here are the most interesting offerings at Disney’s California Adventure's annual Food & Wine Festival. → Read More