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Demi Lovato Covers 'Fashion' Magazine August 2013

<b>Demi Lovato</b> goes colorful on the August 2013 issue of <i>Fashion</i> magazine, on newsstands July 8.<p>Here is what the 20-year-old entertainer had to share …

Charred & seared yellow fin tuna ( yes the sustainable kind NOT blue fin or big eye tuna please ) with dressed beans & loadsa herbs loadsa new recipes up on

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The Janis Joplin musical is heading to Broadway this fall (video)

If you ever wanted to see <i>A Night with Janis Joplin,</i> here's your chance. The musical is due to land on Broadway this fall after touring the country …

Buy this print on Freelance photographer David Liittschwager is well known for his spectacular close-up images of marine life, like this incredible view of a Porpita porpita, the blue button jellyfish. Liittschwager focuses on portraiture, especially of natural history subjects, and has contributed to National Geographic, Scientific American, and Audubon magazines, among others. This San Francisco-based artist has also worked closely with scientists at the California Academy of Sciences to provide images for the book Skulls and X-Ray Ichthyology: The Structure of Fishes. Liittschwager picked a particularly photogenic subject for this image. The blue button jellyfish is a favorite of beach photographers because of its beautiful blue color. While it may look like one jellyfish, the blue button is neither a jellyfish nor only one creature! It is actually a colony of polyps--many individual polyps joined together form the vibrant blue “tentacles” surrounding the central brownish disc, which is called a “float.” Blue buttons are very small, usually up to an inch maximum in diameter, and their striking turquoise colonies float along the surface of the ocean. Explore more fascinating iconic photographs in our gallery: The Pigment of a Blue Button Jellyfish Blocks Ultraviolet rays Photographic Print David Liittschwager Item #: 8871876924A $39.99 Buy: #art #walldecor #jellyfish #davidliittschwager