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If the whole acting thing doesn't work out, Ryan Reynolds definitely has a backup career as either a) a social media manager or b) a poet. The guy just has a phenomenal way with words.
This time, fresh of the back of a horrendous drinking game with Jimmy Fallon, he took to Twitter to talk about his company Aviation Gin.
A man who posted about living with depression has received a touching letter from the CEO of the football club he supports.
Chris Ryder posted a photo of the letter sent to him by Gauthier Ganaye, chief executive of Barnsley Football Club in South Yorkshire, UK.
"Sorry for sending you a letter at random, but I felt like I wanted to reach out to you and get in touch," wrote Gauthier Ganaye in the letter. "I've noticed through social media that you've had a bit of a hard time recently, I'm not sure what it is but I hope everything improves for you as soon as possible." Read more...More about Uk, Football, Mental Health, Depression, and Culture
This post is part of Mashable's ongoing series The Women Fixing STEM, which highlights trailblazing women in science, tech, engineering, and math, as well as initiatives and organizations working to close the industries' gender gaps.
With patience, Emily Cruz detangled a vine with Dorito-shaped leaves from a fallen branch, unwinding it slowly and then pulling it out from the roots.
The 12-year-old and 40 other middle-school girls were working to remove what’s known as mile-a-minute vines recently from New York City’s largest green space as part of a program aimed at encouraging girls to pursue environmental science. Over the years, the fast-growing plant has elbowed its way into Pelham Bay Park in the Bronx, which is more than three times the size of Manhattan’s Central Park Read more...More about Science, Environment, Stem, Stem Gender Gap, and Women Stem
Everyone is the hero of their own story — but in telling that tale, people often reveal much more about themselves than they realize. That is true of autobiographies in general, and of Unhinged by Omarosa Manigault Newman more than most.
The tell-all book, released Tuesday by the famous former reality show star and communications staffer, has plenty of beans to spill on the dysfunction and casual racism of Donald Trump and his White House.
It's also the story of how the kind of person who seems to think in soundbites could help elect and participate in such an administration without ever really knowing what she was doing. And how, even after reflecting for a year, that person thinks she can avoid doing much soul-searching about her role. Read more...More about White House, Trump, Omarosa, Omarosa Manigault, and Trump Administration
The former Trump aide joined Trevor Noah on The Daily Show on Tuesday night to talk about her new tell-all book, Unhinged: An Insider's Account of the White House, and why she made the recordings — including one which reportedly discusses the existence of an Apprentice outtake tape in which Trump allegedly uses a racial slur.
"I'm not trolling them. I just want them to know that everything that you see in Unhinged, that’s quoted, can be verified as documented and corroborated." she said. Read more...More about The Daily Show, Trevor Noah, Omarosa, Omarosa Manigault, and Trump Administration
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