No one should be completely surprised at how gorgeous Caitlyn (formerly Bruce) Jenner looks on the July cover of Vanity Fair.
If there’s one thing the Kardashian clan - of which Jenner was once a member - knows well, it’s how to be fierce for a camera. Besides, she had everything - no doubt an army of beauty and style experts.
“She had Annie Leibovitz,” pointed out Yolanda Keels-Walker, owner of Suite Expressions beauty salon in Germantown. “She’s not going to make you look bad ever.”
That's a little too low, Sports Illustrated.
As the creator of the Daily News’ popular, annual Sexy Singles spread, I understand the need for the magazine to up the ante in terms of hotness each year, but the magazine finally crossed the proverbial line by all but baring a model’s nether regions.
I’m referring to the 2015 cover of the magazine’s popular swimsuit edition that this year features a model baring a whole lot more than we’re typically used to seeing in non-men’s magazines. The cover, which features 24-year-old Hannah Davis sexily pulling her swimsuit bottoms almost off and nearly baring her pubic mound, is being accused of being “pornographic” among other charges.
In Monday’s column on Meek Mill in which I interviewed three local men who had reached out to him while he was in jail, I mentioned that the home-grown hip hop star was interested in building a prison. Some Daily News readers were shocked by that, given Mill’s troubles with the legal system and heightened awareness about problems associated with mass incarceration.
Since that column appeared in the Daily News and on Philly.com, I have heard from two of the men who had mentored Mill who explained that the entertainer isn’t looking at building a prison as a way to enrich himself but out of a deep desire to improve conditions for inmates. I should have made that more clear in my original column. If Mill would like to elaborate even more, I’d love to chat with him.
Watch the video of a singing group called Brotherly Love as they serenade President Obama backstage at the Liacouras Center on Sunday.
Charlie Mack Alston discovered the South Philly group two years ago at a teen talent search.
The group sang five songs during the rally for Democratic Party nominee for Governor of PA, Tom Wolf.
Note to men: Leave female passersby alone.
Don’t holler at them. Don’t smack your lips at them or try to restrain them as they’re walking past you on the sidewalk. Don’t announce to strange women what you think of her appearance. Don’t holler out, “Can I go?” And never slow down your car to try and get a woman on the sidewalk to talk to you.
Chances are, that same woman has been approached dozens of times that day already and you are just the latest one. So, please do her a favor and leave her alone.
Philly Daily News
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More women are staying home these days to care for their kids. According to research released Tuesday by the Pew Research Center, the number of stay-at-home mothers has jumped to 29 percent in 2012. That’s a 7 percent increase since 1999 when the number of moms making that choice was at a modern-day low.
What’s driving the trend are all the frustrated moms who either can’t find jobs or else who don’t earn enough to justify paying for daycare. In Pennsylvania, the average cost of daycare for an infant in 2012 was a whopping $10,319 and $5,520 for a school-age child, according to ChildCare Aware of America. And that’s just for a single child.