Save $90 Off Drunk Elephant’s Trunk 6.0 – WWD

Save  Off Drunk Elephant’s Trunk 6.0 – WWD

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, WWD may receive an affiliate commission. Drunk Elephant’s Trunk 6.0 is officially live, and thanks to a surprise Sephora sale that kicked off today, Beauty Insiders can get 20% off the trunk (just use the code GETGIFTING at checkout). If … Read more

Anna Delvey Is Debuting New Paintings at a Secret Miami Party and Making an Appearance Via Zoom (Because She’s Under House Arrest)

Anna Delvey Is Debuting New Paintings at a Secret Miami Party and Making an Appearance Via Zoom (Because She’s Under House Arrest)

Watch out, Miami: Anna Delvey’s coming to town. Well, not really. The 31-year-old scam-artist-turned-real-artist is currently stuck in her New York apartment from her on house arrest. But new examples of her artwork from her will debut at a secret party this Saturday, December 3, in Miami. And Delvey—whose real name is Anna Sorokin—is set … Read more

Happy 39th birthday, Aaron Rodgers

Happy 39th birthday, Aaron Rodgers

Getty Images It’s unknown whether Aaron Rodgers believes in birthdays. Even if he doesn’t, today is his 39th of him. The Packers quarterback sits one full year from 40 at a time when his career seems to be at a crossroads. After back-to-back MVP seasons, Rodgers has dipped this year. Yes, some can still point … Read more

Alaskan Bush People’s pregnant Raiven Adams reveals she has split from Bear Brown weeks before her due date with son

Alaskan Bush People’s pregnant Raiven Adams reveals she has split from Bear Brown weeks before her due date with son

ALASKAN Bush People star Raiven Adams has revealed she has split from her husband Bear Brown weeks before her due date with her second son. The couple have barely been married for a full year as the pair got hitched in January 2022. 5 Alaskan Bush People stars Bear Brown and Raiven Adams have announced … Read more

Inuit artists surface on National Arts Center stage

Inuit artists surface on National Arts Center stage

When a mythical tale of a one-eared polar bear named Angu’juak returns to the stage Friday, it will have undergone an evolution. The Breathing Hole recounts Angu’juak’s life, which spans five centuries. The bear’s experiences are played out over three acts touching on topics of community, colonialism and climate change. The play was originally commissioned … Read more

Why elephants have bigger bones and other mysteries of biophysics – Harvard Gazette

Why elephants have bigger bones and other mysteries of biophysics – Harvard Gazette

Before the 1970s, about 25,000 premature babies died each year from a disorder called respiratory distress syndrome. Patrick Bouvier Kennedy, the infant child of President John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy, was one of them. But in the decades since, that number plummeted to just 400 deaths per year. “So how did this massive decline … Read more