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    PICKING the right pair of specs is tricky business - do you want to look trendy, or studious... the list goes on - but it turns out, your frames can also say a lot about who you are. Eva Dave, founder of Style Optique, a boutique optician in Market Drayton, has revealed how you can find the perfect eyewear to help you express who you are.  1An optician has revealed how you can find the perfect eyewear to help you to express who you are. Pictured, stock imageCredit: Getty After all, whether you prefer bright, bold cat-eyes, quirky metal pieces, or understated sophistication, your eyewear can tell a story about you before you even speak. Speaking exclusively to Fabulous, Eva says: “Firstly, it’s important to understand that style is very personal." "And when it comes to eyewear, what one person feels ridiculous in, another person will feel empowered and sexy wearing." “What one person feels intelligent and distinguished in, another will feel drained of all personality wearing." READ MORE ON WHAT YOUR PERSONALITY SAYS ABOUT YOUEYE SPY The first pattern...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: January Jones, 44; Bradley Cooper, 47; Carrie Ann Inaba, 54; Diane Keaton, 76. Diane Keaton  (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)  Happy Birthday: Reflect before you initiate change. Observing, addressing unstable or questionable issues, and considering the results you are trying to achieve will save you time and money. Eliminate confusion and take notes, and you’ll get a clear picture of what’s possible and how you can use resources to reach a plateau that puts your mind at ease. Your numbers are 7, 15, 22, 26, 38, 41, 44. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Surround yourself with people who share your beliefs and interests. Discuss alternatives, and be a team player. Don’t get worked up over something you cannot change when there are things you can do that will make a difference. 4 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Don’t step on someone’s toes. Do your own thing, and leave others to their devices. Shared expenses and responsibilities will do best if handled equally to avoid a loss or an argument. Try to get along. 2 stars GEMINI...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, much of our life is anything but normal. Through it all, we have been listening to your stories – and our commitment to telling them, and getting results, is stronger than ever. READ MORE: Chicago's North Side On Edge Over Spate Of Robberies And Attacks; Some Say Police Aren't Sufficiently ProactiveWe hear you. You are the reason we do what we do. So as we close out the year, here are some stories from 2021 that reflect on all the good being done in the community – to illustrate why we say we don’t cover the news, we uncover it.Suspected Ghost Businesses Receive COVID Small Business LoansDuring the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government gave out millions of your tax dollars to struggling businesses through the Paycheck Protection Program. But some people who may or may not be legitimate small business owners got the free funds – many of them in south suburban Markham. A full investigation into the suspected ghost businesses began just 24 hours after CBS 2’s...
    Documentary filmmakers and brothers Jules Naudet and Gédéon Naudet were working on a film project about the New York Fire Department when the Twin Towers were struck on September 11, 2001. The pair captured rare footage of the terrorist attacks in New York, including scenes from inside one of the towers and the only clear footage of the plane hitting the North Tower. Much of the footage was later turned into the documentary “9/11.” The pair joined CNN’s Amara Walker on Sunday to reflect on their experience 20 years later. “Just watching those images gives me goosebumps,” Gédéon Naudet said. “At the end of that day, and 20 years later, it’s still the same thing. To be completely in awe with what we witnessed, the three of us, the extraordinary courage and the selflessness of those people who came to rescue.” “What we forget to say often that the police and firefighters and some civilians rescued almost 15,000 people from those towers,” he continued. “It is extraordinary.” Jules Naudet traveled with the FDNY into the North Tower and captured some...
    How to Play Dirty Santa—The Best Christmas Game Ever UNC vs. Virginia Tech live score, updates, highlights from 2021 ACC football game © ET That Thing You Do! is turning 25 this year! The comedy, starring, written and directed by Tom Hanks, was released on October 4, 1996, and told the story of the rise and fall of a fictional 1960s one-hit wonder pop band, The Wonders. ET virtually reunited the "band," actors Tom Everett Scott, Johnathon Schaech, Steve Zahn and Ethan Embry, for the film’s big milestone. "It's been good to see it celebrated. It's a good feeling for us to see you guys enjoy it so much," Embry tells ET's Nischelle Turner of people continuing to celebrate the film, with Zahn sharing what part of the film stuck with him the most. "For me it was all the stuff at the beginning before we ever shot. The excitement of being a part of something that you knew was great. Most gigs they're great in hindsight because they become these movies that do well and people enjoy. But...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The classic film “Fargo” celebrates 25 years this week, so we decided to look back on the movie that made Minnesota famous. Of course, the accents are one of the first things that come to mind. READ MORE: Derek Chauvin Trial, Day 4: Judge Adds Murder Charge, 6th Juror Selected “[Writers and directors Joel and Ethan Coen] turned it up to 11,” said Tony Denman, who played Scotty Lundegaard. Larissa Kokernot, who starred in one scene, agreed. “They went just past,” she said. “They wanted to kind of highlight it.” Michelle Hutchison, who played an escort, said she tried to downplay the accent in her scenes, and wishes she didn’t. Hutchison grew up in Minnesota and “Fargo” was her first film role. She joined Denman and Kokernot to talk about the movie atop the downtown Minneapolis Club parking garage, where a Steve Buscemi shootout scene was filmed. The Coen brothers are from St. Louis Park and used several Twin Cities locations in the movie, like a shot of the Lakeside Club in Mahtomedi. READ MORE: Walz Urges...
    A working mother has gone viral after re-writing her résumé to highlight all the skills she has learned and perfected as a new mother.  Sydney Williams is mom to two sons, ages six months and two years, and during the pandemic, she has been caring for them while also working full time from home as GE's global director of brand marketing. Recently, the New York City-based mother-of-two decided to revamp her résumé, summarizing all of her parenting skills and how they apply to work, like how she does 'everything you do, but I do it with one hand,' thinks 'ten steps ahead,' and 'maintains positivity, while my patience is pushed to the limit.' Busy! Sydney Williams is mom to two young sons, and during the pandemic, she has been caring for them while working full time from home as GE's global director of brand marketing Sydney shared her experiment on LinkedIn last week.  'I was curious what my résumé would look like if I rewrote it with ONLY the skills I’ve learned as a new mother,' she explained. 'Like many others,...
    Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) opened his questioning of Office of Management and Budget Director nominee Neera Tanden on Wednesday by asking her to “reflect a little bit” on the well-telegraphed personal slights she levied across party lines while running the Center for American Progress. “Your attacks were not just made against Republicans. They were vicious attacks made against progressives. People who I have worked with, me personally,” Sanders began during Tanden’s hearing before the Senate Budget Committee. “At a time when we need serious work on serious issues and not personal attacks on anybody, whether they’re on the left or right, can you reflect a little bit about some of your decisions and the personal statements that you have made in recent years?” Speaking during the second of two confirmation hearings this week, Tanden apologized, picking up from a line of inquiry instigated by Republicans the prior day. In front of the Senate’s Homeland Security Committee on Tuesday, Tanden expressed regret for her inflammatory social media conduct, including frequently taking to Twitter to bash prominent GOP officials. “It’s really...
    ARE you feeling observant? A new brain teaser is challenging eagle-eyed players to find the number one that is the wrong way round.  Get ready to see if you can find the rotated number in less than 30 seconds… 2A new brain teaser is challenge people to spot the number one that is the wrong way roundCredit: Reflect Digital The puzzle has been created by Reflect Digital ahead of National Coding Week next week, which aims to help more people acquire and develop the skill.  It may be tricky to spot the flipped “1” as the grid is filled with a sea of different coloured numbers.  Will you be able to spot the solution within the time limit? Scroll down for the answer...  2Did you manage to spot the flipped '1' in under 30 seconds?Credit: Reflect Digital Becky Simms, CEO at Reflect Digital, said: “We’ve created this brain teaser ahead of National Coding Week to drum up passion for this much-needed skill and hope to inspire people of all ages to get involved.   'With the average time set at 30...
    By RYAN QUINN, The Charleston Gazette-Mail CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Members of the Herbert Hoover High School Class of 2020 gathered on the morning of June 23 at Laidley Field to celebrate a final rite of passage of their high school life — graduation. After crossing a stage, they took their seats, spaced apart on the field on either side of the 50-yard-line. The senior slideshow was on the scoreboard, and some family in the bleachers wore masks. “You have had a nontraditional high school experience, to say the least,” Principal Mike Kelley said, above the sound of vehicles whizzing by on the interstate behind University of Charleston Stadium. “Yet, you have excelled.” Amid an ongoing global pandemic, with hugs and handshakes forbidden, it was a ceremony that likely none of the teens could have imagined when they entered high school four years ago. But several Herbert Hoover seniors said they have kind of grown accustomed to weird. “We haven’t done anything normal at Hoover in my four years,” said Delani Buckner, 17. “It kind of feels normal now for...
    CALLING all chocoholics! A challenging new brain teaser is asking people to spot 50 chocolate bars and sweets hidden in a room.  You’ll have to put your thinking cap on to guess them all, as some are very tricky indeed.  2Can you work out the 50 chocolate bars and sweets hidden in this photo?Credit: Reflect Digital The treat-themed brain teaser has been created by Reflect Digital, with each snack represented by an item or an action in the scene.  You can play the game here if you want to time yourself against a clock or just have a go below!  Do you think you have enough of a sweet tooth to get them all? Scroll down to see the answers below... 2Did you manage to work out all 50 chocolate bars in this treat-themed brain teaser?Credit: Reflect Digital Becky Simms, CEO at Reflect Digital, said: “Yes, we’ve created another Find 50 game! This time it’s all about the things we all love - chocolate and sweets!  “There are some easy clues to build your confidence and some classic sweets for...
    In a special Father's Day episode of Fox Nation's "Ainsley's Bible Study," Ainsley Earhardt sat down with five dads who shared their thoughts on fatherhood and faith. "We live in a culture that suppresses manhood in many different ways," said retired NFL tight end Benjamin Watson. "When you talk to men about what true manhood is, you'll get a variety of different answers and most of them are not biblical." "Most of them have to do with power. They have to do with sex. They have to do with money. All things that in our human spirit we desire," he continued. "When we turn everything back to scripture, which is where the real truth is, we see what true manhood is." FORMER NFL STAR BEN WATSON PREACHES JUSTICE, KINDNESS AT 'BOSTON PRAY' EVENT Watson, who played for the New Orleans Saints and the New England Patriots, noted that he is grateful to have grown up in a home with strong male role models, who encouraged his faithfulness. "I was always told that a man is supposed to be the priest, the prophet, the protector,...
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