Do you remember Tim Harris, Albuquerque’s happiest purveyor of breakfast, lunch, and hugs? He’s spent a lifetime learning the restaurant business. Opening his own restaurant, Tim’s Place, was his crowning achievement.
As the first restaurant owner in the country with Down syndrome, Tim is certainly driven.
But he was willing to give it all up for one good reason. Keep your tissues nearby, folks!
Once upon a time, Cameron Diaz and Kate Hudson both dated...
There are billions of people on this planet, so there’s often an unspoken “Bro/Girl Code” that you just don’t date the exes of your friends. There are exceptions, of course, but in general you should probably find someone who hasn’t seen one of your best friends in their birthday suit (good luck if you’re friends with Miley Cyrus).
Speaking of Miley, it seems that some celebrities select their romantic interests based on a short list that often includes the exes of their friends. On one hand, I kind of get it. Celebrities understand the pressure of being famous and they know they’re most likely not being used for their fame and fortune. But on the other hand, really?
I guess if it works from them, more power to them. These famous friends seem to have no issues…
We know about the clan of Kardashians and that there are more Baldwin brothers than most people can remember, but what about those siblings that aren’t in the spotlight?
In other words, you might know the brothers and sisters of some of these famous faces, but there are a few that will come as a surprise.
Brad and Angelina aren’t the only charitable members of their clan. Younger brother Doug is a businessman, philanthropist, and Goodwill Ambassador for the United Republic of Tanzania. He, along with Brad and their younger sister Julie, is very active in charitable efforts, especially in Africa.
Unless that umbrella is made out of metal, they're screwed.
Roses are red, violets are blue. Sexist vintage valentines that prove they had no clue…
Although commercialized and overblown, Valentine’s Day is supposed to be a day celebrating love and affection and generally things that don’t require a weapon. As these vintage valentines show, however, it wasn’t always that way.
Apparently there was a time when “sexy” was misconstrued as “sexist” and “affection” becomes “where can I get a restraining order?”
Valentine’s Day is pretty much a holiday dedicated to pressuring couples into buying cards and gifts to display their affection, while single people have to defend the fact that they’re perfectly fine being alone, thankyouverymuch.
If you’re into romantic gestures, that’s sweet and this doesn’t apply to you. But if you’re not into spending a small fortune for a card filled with eloquent words written by someone else to express a sentiment you would never actually say in person, then this is for you — cards that are honest and sometimes include wine, coffee, and bacon.