Home Fashion Fashion Kaustubha By Kaustubha Sharma | on January 9, 2017 Emma Stone arrived in a beautiful Valentino couture at the extravaganza affair, the Golden Globes Awards 2017 in Beverly Hills. The 28-year-old actress is nominated for her stellar performance in La La Land. Emma Stone definitely makes a landmark red carpet look with this Golden Globes. She dazzled in a starry and dreamy plunging neck gown picked from the label Valentino. The gown is embellished with starry detailings. It is further beautified with a trail. A perfect red carpet look for someone as lovely as Emma Stone. Emma, keeping it simple, added a stone-studded necklace. She kept her red hair in a loose folded bob. Emma looked lovely! More GOLDEN GLOBES AWARDS 2017 News Worst Dressed Celebrities @ Golden Globe Awards 2017 #MustSee 7 Best Dressed Celebrities At Golden Globe … [Read more...] about We Will Never Forget This Look Of Emma Stone Golden Globes Awards 2017
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Home Insync Insync oi-Staff By Staff on June 18, 2009 David and Victoria Beckham are in a house-hunting spree in London. The pair has apparently informed estate agents to pen down a list of pads big enough for them and their three kids. Beckhams wouldn't be selling off their Hertfordshire mansion known as . They want a second home for when Becks, 34, ends the US Major League season with LA Galaxy in November. They are even looking for schools for sons Brooklyn, ten, Romeo, six, and four-year-old Cruz. Victoria and David have business interests in London and want somewhere more convenient than Hertfordshire. Meanwhile, the family is enjoying their vacation in Nice, French Riviera as Posh recovers from a boob job. Their search is likely to spark further speculation about David's career plans. Vote this article More HERTFORDSHIRE News Making New Yearâ€™s Resolutions A Near Pointless Exercise … [Read more...] about Beckham’s House Hunting In London!
Way back in 1991, when my autistic son Nat was 3, and he got his diagnosis of “Developmental Delay and Expressive Language Disorder with Autistic-Like Symptoms,” I was filled with fear because it felt like people were talking to me in Newspeak, a la the famous novel 1984. I also felt like people were lying to me, but in soft cottony whispers that stuffed up my ears. This diagnosis, this terrible thing they were saying about Nat. What did it mean? Did I no longer know who my son was? I remember going on and on to my Dad, especially on those particularly golden days when Nat burst out with something beautiful, that showed me all that truly was going on inside him. The little teasing hints of color, like you get with the March crocuses, a flash of brilliant purple nearly invisible against the mat of muddy leaves. “They’re wrong,” I’d say to Dad. “I know they’re wrong. That is not who he is.” And because I did not understand the complex nature of autism I fought that … [Read more...] about Autism Acceptance: Difficult and Yet So Easy
Source: Public Domain As far back as I can recall I have always loved monsters. While growing up in Ohio in the 1970s, I loved horror movies, including the definitive and iconic Frankenstein (1931) and the now classic Halloween (1978). In more recent times I have come to love the Hollywood tales of fictional serial predators such as Hannibal “The Cannibal” Lecter in the classic thriller The Silence of the Lambs . I have always rooted for my favorite movie monsters to prevail although I knew they would not. Now, as a criminologist living in Las Vegas, I am fascinated by real-life serial killers. I study the crimes of infamous predators such as Jeffrey Dahmer and I have had the opportunity to actually meet and/or correspond with two of the most notorious serial killers of the twenty-first century—that is, David Berkowitz, the so-called Son of Sam and Dennis Rader, known by the moniker BTK, which stands for “Bind, Torture, Kill.” The great prevalence of serial killers … [Read more...] about The Strange Appeal of the Killer Living Next Door
Have you ever wondered why certain brands seem to add attractive models, for what appears no good reason? Well, here’s why. When you are exposed to erotic stimuli, a region deep within your brain—the nucleus accumbens—becomes activated. This is the part of our brain that is "turned on" when we experience positive emotions. So, how do we know that this region of the brain will make you take more financial risks? A study by Knutson and colleagues provides evidence for the link between nucleus accumbens activation and financial risk-taking . In their study, participants were randomly presented with pictures of couples in erotic positions (highly arousing and positive), snakes and spiders (highly arousing and negative), or household appliances (neutral picture). They were then instructed to make an investment—their two choices were to invest $1.00 or $0.10 (the less risky investment). The researchers also used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) techniques to “see” what … [Read more...] about You Know That Sex Sells—Do You Know Why?