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Happy Birthday, Michael Keaton! Celebrate With Classic Quotes from Beetlejuice

“Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice!”Tim Burton’s comedy-fantasy about recently deceased young couple (Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis) and the obnoxious ghost Betelgeuse (Michael Keaton) the pair hired to scare away the new occupants of their idyllic Connecticut country home was released on March 30, 1988.To celebrate the star of the film’s 67th birthday on September 5, we’ve gathered [...] → Read More

The Most Popular Airbnb in Every State

Since Airbnb launched in 2008, over 300 million people have used the online service and app where homeowners list living spaces—anything from apartments and townhouses to domes and boats—and travelers rent them out for short-term vacations or work trips. There are millions of listings for people to choose from, most of them costing less and offering [...] → Read More

9 Awesome Pools to Celebrate National Swimming Pool Day

Swimming pools come in all shapes and sizes with plenty of different features. But whether it’s an infinity pool or a secret backyard grotto, the cooling water is the only place we want to be when temperatures hit an all-time high. In honor of National Swimming Pool Day—and the insane heat—check out these over-the-top pools [...] → Read More

Abigail Van Buren Turns 100: Her 10 Best Pieces of Advice and One-Liners

Before the days of the internet and social media, if one needed advice, they wrote their question on paper and mailed it to columnist Abigail Van Buren, known worldwide for her advice column, Dear Abby.We know her by her pseudonym, but it was Pauline Phillips who was hired by the San Francisco Chronicle in 1956, when she told the [...] → Read More

Modern Family’s Eric Stonestreet is Ready to Rise Against Cancer

Cancer becomes a reality for millions of Americans every year. That’s why Modern Family’s Eric Stonestreet jumped at the chance to join forces with Bristol-Myers Squibb on the “Ready. Raise. Rise.” campaign to raise awareness about immuno-oncology, a promising new form of cancer treatment.“I’ve had cancer touch my life in various ways,” Stonestreet says. “My mom is [...] → Read More

Man Fire Food’s Roger Mooking on Why People Love Cooking With Fire

Roger Mooking, host of the Cooking Channel’s Man Fire Food, turned a childhood quirk into a hit TV show.“I had a healthy obsession with fire as a kid,” he says. “I continue to be interested in the ways people are cooking with fire.”The newest season of Man Fire Food is now airing Wednesdays at 9 [...] → Read More

Alison Sweeney on Putting Her Dogs on a Diet and Returning as Sami Brady on Days of Our Lives

Like most people, Alison Sweeney, the star of Hallmark channel movies like Murder She Baked, spoils her dogs from time to time.“They look at you with those puppy dog eyes, and of course you want to let them know you love them, and it’s so easy to include a treat in that process,” she says.She [...] → Read More

Happy National Seashell Day! Discover the Secret Lives of Seashells With Illustrated Book

Beach vacations are all about sun, swimming and those little pieces of art you find scattered about in the sand—seashells. Seashells come in many different shapes, forms, colors and designs. People walk along the beach looking for these little treasures to collect and take home to remind them of good times at the shore.In honor [...] → Read More

12 of America's Greatest National Parks

From sea to shining sea, the United States has it all, from mountains and forests to oceans and wide open spaces.In the new book, (out July 3, Wide Eyed Editions), author Kate Siber and illustrator Chris Turnham celebrate the beauty and diversity of America’s national parks with illustrations of landscapes and wildlife and more fun facts than [...] → Read More

Bull Durham Turns 30: 10 Great Quotes on Life, Love and Baseball

Everyone loves America’s favorite pastime—baseball. What’s even better than a great game of baseball on TV? Movies about baseball. One of the best romantic comedies about baseball is Bull Durham. The movie ranks No. 1 on Rotten Tomatoes’ list of the 53 best-reviewed sports movies of all time. Bull Durham stars Kevin Costner as Crash Davis, [...] → Read More

10 Classic James Bond Quotes to Celebrate Ian Fleming’s Birthday

Happy birthday to Ian Fleming! The author who created the spy himself—James Bond, also known as 007—was born on May 28.Since Fleming wrote the first Bond novel, , in 1952, the Bond stories continue to fly off shelves with over 100 million copies sold worldwide. The Bond films also smash box-office totals with each movie released—over [...] → Read More

Happy National Waitstaff Day! Celebrate With Our Favorite TV Waitresses

Restaurants nationwide—from burger joints to top-notch steakhouses—have one thing in common: Waiters and waitresses. They’re always there to serve. And May 21 is their day. It’s time we give them a little extra appreciation for all the work they do, from cleaning up spills to handling grumpy customers.To celebrate National Waitstaff Day, we’ve gathered clips [...] → Read More

Olympic Gold Medalist Meryl Davis on Life After Competition

When Meryl Davis and partner Charlie White retired from competition after scoring the U.S. its first ice dancing gold medal in 2014, she thought her life would slow down.“To be honest, I think the opposite might be true,” Davis says.While she does allow herself the luxury of a lazy morning, Davis and White continue to [...] → Read More

Actress Jane Seymour on Getting Your Skin and Body Summer Ready

With summer in sight, it’s time to pull out those shorts and sandals from the depths of our closets, which means our skin will be on display for the first time in months. Actress Jane Seymour, 67, swears by a healthy diet and a skincare routine that includes Crepe Erase, a set of products that targets [...] → Read More

Kate Walsh on Bouncing Back From Brain Surgery and Season Two of 13 Reasons Why

Starring on hit medical shows Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice didn’t prepare actress Kate Walsh for the health scare of her life: In 2015, she was diagnosed with a type of brain tumor called meningioma, which she had removed. Luckily, it was non-cancerous, but for Walsh it was a wake-up call to get serious about her health.Now, [...] → Read More

Everything You Need to Know About Microblading, the New Brow Trend

For victims of the thin, over-plucked eyebrow trend of the ’90s, microblading—a form of semi-permanent makeup where ink penetrates the skin to form a thicker eyebrow shape—could be a saving grace.“It looks very natural, and it creates the illusion of a full brow,” says Alex Thiersch, founder and director of the American Med Spa Association. [...] → Read More

10 Fun Facts About Dolphins for National Dolphin Day

Happy National Dolphin Day! It’s time to celebrate these intelligent and adorable mammals known for their kind nature. Celebrated annually on April 14, National Dolphin Day began as a way to raise awareness and ultimately end the hunting of dolphins. One way to do that is to share facts about these beautiful sea creatures. Here [...] → Read More

Happy International Waffle Day! 10 Out-of-this-World Waffle Creations from Instagram

Happy International Waffle Day! The holiday is most-often celebrated in Sweden, but why not take part in the tasty tradition here in the states?And don’t think you’re limited to having waffles for breakfast. Unique flavor and topping combinations are popping up on lunch and dinner menus too. New York City beer hall Clinton Hall is getting [...] → Read More

Happy Birthday, Bruce Willis! 10 of John McClane's Best Die Hard Quotes

Happy birthday, Bruce Willis. The tough-guy actor best known for his roles in high-octane action movies turns 63 on March 19, 2018.One of Willis’s most memorable characters was rough-around-the-edges, almost-impossible-to-kill John McClane in the Die Hard movie franchise that spanned five films from 1998-2013. (Few details have but Willis may be coming back for one more [...] → Read More

Elaine Weiss on the Fight for Women’s Rights (Then and Now)

It’s been almost 100 years since women won the right to vote, and journalist Elaine Weiss says it’s something this generation of women has taken for granted.“Certainly the culture that is being protested needs to change, but we also need to get more women voting,” Weiss says.In her new book, The Woman’s Hour, Weiss recounts [...] → Read More