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Activist Nun Corita Kent Is Today’s Google Doodle

Edita Kaye’s BlogBy Carol Kuruvilla Today’s Google Doodle honors Sister Corita Kent (1918 – 1986), an activist nun whose artwork spread her message of peace. Kent joined the Order of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in 1936, according to VernissageTV. 12 more words

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Yoko Ono and The Flaming Lips Cover John Lennon’s ‘Happy Xmas (War Is Over)’

Edita Kaye’s BlogBy Ryan Kristobak Yoko Ono and The Flaming Lips have collaborated numerous times in the past, including a “Late Show with David Letterman” performance and a four-track joint EP that contained the holiday tune “Atlas Eets Christmas.” Now, they’re back… … 9 more words

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Activist Nun Corita Kent Is Today’s Google Doodle

Edita Kaye’s BlogBy Carol Kuruvilla Today’s Google Doodle honors Sister Corita Kent (1918 – 1986), an activist nun whose artwork spread her message of peace. Kent joined the Order of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in 1936, according to VernissageTV. 25 more words

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These Celebrity Drawings Are So Realistic, You’ll Think They’re Photos

Edita Kaye’s BlogBy Lauren Zupkus At first glance, Jack Ede’s Instagram feed simply looks like a stream of celebrity photos. But when you look closely enough, you’ll be blown away by the incredibly realistic portraits drawn by the 18-year-old artist. 10 more words

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The Business of a Sustainable Life

Edita Kaye’s BlogBy Janet M. Neal Some people think of me as a coach, or a speaker, or an author. There are three persons who think of me as a mom. 35 more words

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‘The View’ Co-Hosts Get Into Heated Debate About Bill Cosby Controversy

Edita Kaye’s BlogBy Catherine Taibi The recent — and recently resurfaced — sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby have led to perhaps the most heated debate on “The View” this season so far. 33 more words

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Why The ‘Body-Positive’ Lammily Doll Is Anything But

Edita Kaye’s BlogBy Nikki Gloudeman I hate to criticize Lammily — the new “normal” looking doll for little girls — as challenging the all-mighty Barbie and her size negative-four standards is a commendable act. 34 more words

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