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Obamas 'choose upmarket suburb of Karolama, DC, as their post- White House home so they remain close to Sasha's High School'

The Obamas are choosing the manicured gardens and marble fountains of Karolama, Washington as their new home, according to reports.

The soon to be former leader of the free world has eschewed Embassy Row, which he had apparently been toying with, and decided upon the salubrious Karolama, according to the National Journal. 136 more words

ENTERTAINMENT

Tim Gunn: The Obama Girls Are The 'Antidote' To The Kardashians

Has your newsfeed OD’d on the Kardashians? Tim Gunn has your medicine.

When asked in a recent sit-down interview at HuffPost Live about who he considers the “antidote” to the Kardashians, he replied without hesitation: Sasha and Malia Obama. 69 more words

Seattle Agency News

Malia Obama to enter Harvard in 2017 after taking gap year

WASHINGTON (AP) — A year off between high school and college is becoming a popular choice for U.S. students and it has caught the eye of President Barack Obama’s daughter, Malia. 863 more words

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Teen News: Day Zero

While we continue to drool over the new-daddy- in-town Ryan Goosling, Queen B is pulling us into her words!

IT IS TIME ELSA GETS A GIRLFRIEND… 877 more words

3D Printing

The year of “the gap.”

With high school graduation right around the corner, you’re probably planning to spend the next few weeks appreciating every last minute of your senior year. You should be! 441 more words

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What We Can Learn From Malia Obama’s Decision To Take A Gap Year [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]


First daughter Malia Obama has made her decision to attend Harvard University- but first, she’s taking a year off to work and gain some useful experience before plunging back into academia for four more years.   214 more words

Radio One

What We Can Learn From Malia Obama’s Decision To Take A Gap Year [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]


First daughter Malia Obama has made her decision to attend Harvard University- but first, she’s taking a year off to work and gain some useful experience before plunging back into academia for four more years.   214 more words

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