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Last week Mark Zuckerberg shared a story on Facebook on his five year anniversary to his wife Priscilla Chan. It was a story in which the multi-billion dollar Facebook founder owned up to a substantial martial faux pas – cutting his honeymoon short to return to work. Yesterday was the five year anniversary of Facebook's IPO.
Ahead of the August 11th two-year anniversary of Robin Williams’ death, his daughter, Zelda Williams, has announced she will be taking a break from social media to remember him privately.
A photo of the card was shared on Twitter by royal photographer, Paul Ratcliffe, who had sent a card to Prince William and the Duchess to celebrate their anniversary on 29th April. “Lovely thank you card received from TRH The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge for their 5th Wedding anniversary,” he tweeted alongside an image of the card.
Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift celebrated their one-year anniversary with an Instagram photo of her new neck swag. Tell me you didn’t forget to send a card!
This month marks 20 years since ‘Showgirls’ premiered in all of its overwrought, sleazy, gold lamé glory. Directed by Paul Verhoeven and written by Joe Eszterhas — the salacious team behind ‘Basic Instinct’ — the drama followed the X-rated (or, at least, NC-17) exploits of Nomi (Elizabeth Berkley), a young dancer looking for fame and fortune as a Las Vegas showgirl. The movie would bomb big with both audiences and critics, before later settling into an extended afterlife as a campy, quote-worthy, cult classic. Click through to see the stars walk the carpet at the premiere on Sept. 21, 1995 in Beverly Hills.
Ten years ago Brittani Bader’s parents put their children in a car with relatives to escape Hurricane Katrina. Despite getting his children to safety, Bader’s father tried to leave the flood zone too late and ended up having to ride out the storm. When Bader and her family were reunited, their joy was quickly replaced by shock when they returned to what was left of their house.
Recently, we had a chance to talk with Estelle Hahn Brodsky who worked at Estée Lauder for over a decade in their public relations department. Here is her story in her own words: I started working at Estée Lauder in 1980.