The best movie line of the year so far is, hands down, “How do you like them apples?”
Annnnnd… that’s literally what “Up” (poetry!) just told us, and it fits perfectly in everything from Tim Burton’s mash-up “Corpse Bride” to yet another Christmas flick. So, we’re here to remind you (kind of) what’s new out this year.
(And thanks for the suggestion, @GillianFlanagan!)
Does Holiday Stress Put You in a Spooky Mood?
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Alton Brown: “The Less You Know The Better”
Food Network’s innovative host invites you to see through the eyes of the curious eater.
“I’m so excited I’m going to stick my tongue out and eat your fingers,” he says.
Burn It Up:
“Fighting Back: Inside NASCAR’s Battle to Make Fenders a Luxury Obsession”
Author and industry analyst Jay Penske throws a book party.
“In his 25 years in motor racing and ownership of Penske Corp., Jay Penske has had an incredible time building business, making deals and showing off his priceless — and exotic — items,” the book’s blurb reads.
“We are damn proud of this book — Jay Penske is an extremely charismatic, dynamic individual, and we all know what happens when he sets his mind to something.”
This December, we’ll toast that aspect of Penske. You won’t.
9 Ways to Surprise Yourself in December
Author and travel blogger, Kelli Ratti, shows us the art of the surprise with these handy tips:
Avoid a deus ex machina by asking: “What if you didn’t know?”
Got a big gift to wrap? It might be time to pick up a clip-on bow.
Deck the halls without a budget, and include small gifts in larger bundles.
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Lather, rinse, repeat
“How to Ruin Christmas”
The best part: It’s completely harmless, so no stress necessary.
[For the kicker: none]
In ‘How to Ruin Christmas’ B.J. Novak reveals the true meaning of the season. pic.twitter.com/QjQXRWGZjx — SocialCorp (@socialcorp) September 27, 2016
“Unpopular View: Barbershopping at Twenty and Three”
Writer and barber shop owner/ stylist Rebecca Cohen recounts the first steps she took into the world of aesthetics.
This is basically the show that switched a boy into a child.
[This is roughly the show that switched a man into a woman.]
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Mashable reviews Todd Haynes’ latest:
We just wanted to be together.
“The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” (GIFs)
Forget Toilet-Paper Christmas
What My Bag is Telling Me (PHOTOS)