The music industry continued to adapt to the digital world in 2016. And there’s much more chaos and innovation to come. Last year was another eventful one in the history of music. And that was no surprise.
As far as lipstick goes, we've seen—and tried—them all. So when someone asks us the ever-important questions "What's your favorite?" or "What color will look good on me?" we're more than equipped to reply.
Our furred and feathered companions do some mystifying things—here are some we can misinterpret. When reader Hilary Brown’s cat, Wasabi, left a holiday gift that looked a lot like a lump of coal on her
With Trump's face plastered all over the news, it can seem as if his coif has taken over the whole World Wide Web. But let's not forget there was a happier time in American history, one when the internet
A long chapter in Los Angeles rock radio comes to an end today, Dec. 11, when radio station KLOS-FM (95.5) broadcasts its final programs out of the Culver City studio where it has been based since 1969
Trump’s win spurs concerns that ad agencies are out of touch with consumers Advertisers are grappling with a stark realization: After spending years courting U.S. consumers with aspirational images of
Something extraordinary happened in rural America in the 2016 election. Donald Trump appealed to folks in rural communities in an unprecedented way — yet polls failed to capture the depth of support for
But as fun as the diets may seem, it's often difficult to stick with them for more than a few weeks. As a result few people actually see any long-term results. Rather than trying one of those, here are
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