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Ever since Miley Cyrus twerked with teddy bears on MTV last summer, the world has been clamoring for her breakdown. Everyone is saying something has to be seriously wrong with her. Maybe somethings wrong with the world.
Marlon Wayans isnt trying to change the world. He just wants to change your mood. He is known for kooky characters, but on a Friday afternoon he is no caricature. Decked out in jeans and a heather-blue sweater, he looks more athlete than class clown. Hes a hugger. And when he talks about his work, he talks about humility.
When it comes to searching out berry dessert recipes, quick and easy is a mantra repeated across Google and Pinterest. Bonus: These simple, eye-catching desserts also tend to be crowd-pleasing.
The French tartine is a savvy sandwich standby: a slice of buttered bread topped with whatever you have on hand. That could be jams, meats or cheeses. Even better: grilled veggies. The Stars Grilled Vegetable Tartine takes inspiration from the open-faced tartine once served on the lunch menu at the Genessee Royale Bistro in the West Bottoms.
Joy’s windows tell biblical stories on display in churches around the area.
After this winter's polar vortex, it's hard to believe spring is here to stay. But the buds and daffodils do not lie. We invite you to share your photos of springtime in Kansas and Missouri for a future photo essay feature in Star Magazine.
A fascinating exhibit at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York shows how artists, designers and architects are using digital fabrication to create undreamed of new expressions.
The long winter is over, and it’s finally time to put away the sweaters, down jackets, wool mittens and flannel sheets. Although it’s tempting to toss everything into a bin and deal with it in nine months, try to resist the quick fix and take some time to put it the gear away properly.
Desperate migrants, suicidal failed business owners, battered women, torture victims and all people suffering in the world were remembered at a torch-lit Good Friday Way of the Cross procession presided over by Pope Francis at the Colosseum.
Did Jesus rise from the dead in a bodily resurrection as many traditionalist Christians believe? Or was his rising a symbolic one, a restoration of his spirit of love and compassion to the world as some more liberal brands of Christianity hold?
DEAR BILLY GRAHAM: Was Jesus really dead when they took him down from the cross? I have a hard time believing that because everyone knows that dead people just don’t come back to life — which is what you Christians claim Jesus did, don’t you? — C.T.
DEAR ABBY: I’m a 14-year-old girl with a problem. Because of my buzzed short hair, slim hips and flat chest, I frequently get mistaken for a boy. It really bothers me because, despite my haircut and body shape, I have a feminine face and I wear women’s clothes and makeup. I’m not too much of a tomboy.