Entertainment

See What The Cast of Glee Has Been Up To Since The Series Finale

It has been over a decade since the cast of Glee first sang their way onto our screens. And although five years have passed since they last spontaneously broke out into song and dance, the cast of talented and relatable characters still hold a soft spot in our hearts. With that, let's take a look at what the cast has been up to since they last sang together. Whether they are performing on broadway or are focusing on their family life, check out where life after William McKinley High School has brought the cast of Glee. 
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Lifestyle

Celebs Take Advantage of the Lockdown to Proudly Reveal Their Natural Greys and Curls

For the last couple of months, everyone has been on lockdown. Though far from the worst of problems caused by the current global crisis, everyone is looking much shaggier than usual. But this doesn't have to be a bad thing. Just ask some you favorite celebs. In the absence of showbiz and public appearances, these woman have taken to internet to proudly reveal their beautiful natural hair.
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Entertainment

The Ultimate Glow-Up: Famous Kids Who Grew Up With the “It” Factor

We all know those cute babies who grow up to be not-so-cute adults. And on the other hand, we all know those cute kids who grow up to be, well, adults with a major "it" factor. Celebs are no different. Strap in for a wild ride and a look at all of your favorite child stars and their coming-of-age journeys. Who are they? What did they look like? What have they been up to? And what do they look like now?
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Just for Laughs

Behind the Memes: Unmasking the Real Faces of the Internet’s Biggest Memes

Memes have come a long way since their first mention in a biology book in 1976. Richard Dawkins, the man who coined the term meant it to be the cultural equivalent of "gene", indicating information passed down through generations. These days though, they have taken on a life of their own. They are usually used as satire or other tools of comedy. But how did the memes come about? And who are the people (and animals) behind them? Stick around and find out!
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Around the World

Beer vs Virus: What Does Corona Extra Say About Their Name These Days?

Words are funny little creatures. As the tides of history recede and come back in, so too do the meanings of words. One company, the maker of one of the world's favorite beers, Corona, has the misfortune of their product name being hijacked by today's public enemy number one. In this article we take try to make sense of all the "he said, she said" surrounding the name of the beer in light of the global situation.
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Art & Fashion

The Incredibly Bizarre Street Fashion of Tokyo Shows They’re Lightyears Ahead of Us

When thinking of Tokyo, Japan, it's hard not to bring to mind the off-beat street style of young, fashion-forward individuals. Tokyo is known for is curious subcultures, and it continues to be one of the fashion capitals of the world alongside cities like New York, London, and Paris. But outsiders continue to be alluded by the unique and quirky trends that are seen on the streets. That's why we decided to round up three unusual street styles that have popped up around the city. Check out these out-there looks that make up some of the most forward-thinking fashion in the world.
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Entertainment

The Real Story of Deborah Feldman, the Inspiration for the Smash-Hit Netflix Show, Unorthodox

If you haven't yet seen the new Netflix miniseries called Unorthodox, we strongly recommend that you give it a go. Based on the true story of Deborah Feldman, the show follows Esty, a member of the ultra-orthodox Jewish Satmar community, as she escapes and starts a new life. Though the show closely follows Feldman's real life experience, there are some interesting differences. Enjoy!
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Art & Fashion

Fashion Madness Online: How the Met Gala Is Coping With the Global Situation

These days, it seems that nothing is what it used to be. This includes one of the world's most exclusive social events: the legendary Met Gala. Due to the global crisis, the Met Gala is postponed until further notice. But Anna Wintour, the primary organizer of the event, got online and explained what's happening. She put out an important message to the world, followed by a performance by Florence and the Machine. Also, some online showcasing, talks and stories are being broadcast. So tune-in for your preview to this year's Met Gala!
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Around the World

Ex-Paratrooper Is Forced to Self-Isolate on an Uninhabited Island After Lockdown Is Enforced During Travels

We're all adjusting to our new lives in quarantine as we wait out the storm. But one individual has taken the term "self-isolating" to a whole new level. Meet Chris Lewis, the British ex-paratrooper who was walking the entire coastline of the United Kingdom and raising money for the Armed Forces charity, SSAFA. Luckily for him, he wasn't entirely alone. He brought his dog Jet with him for the entire journey, having covered over 12,000 miles together. They were sleeping rough in a tent on an island north of mainland Scotland when the restrictions came in, but were lucky in finding somewhere more substantial.
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Stories

This Midwest Family Transformed a Yellow School Bus Into Their New Home So They Could Travel The Country Together

Do you think of yourself as adventurous? or Spontaneous? Have you ever considered just packing everything up and getting on the road? Well, the Davis family decided after living the standard 9-to-5 lifestyle, that they wanted to renovate an old school bus and travel around the U.S. living on it. We have photos of the whole process to show you how it was done, so settle in and enjoy the journey following this seriously cool family and their epic renovation.
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