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Trending: Google Doodle Celebrates Life & Legacy of Selena

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Selena Quintanilla was known as the Queen of Tejano music when her life was tragically cut short in 1995.  Murdered by a fan and one-time confidant, Selena, who died at age 23, is now revered as a legend and her fan base has grown exponentially in the 22 years since her death. Today, Google honored Selena with her own animated Google Doodle and exhibit on what is the anniversary of the release of her first solo album.  Released in 1989, Selena, is a Tejano classic.  Suzette Quintanilla, Selena’s sister, raved about the celebration saying, “Selena would be so excited. It’s such an honor.” The Doodle was designed by Perla Campos, Global Marketing Lead for Google Doodles who looked to Selena…

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‘Like Slouch Socks and Fluorescent Reeboks’: Sipping Truth Tea with Bestselling Author Josh Sabarra

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“We go back like slouch socks and fluorescent Reeboks” is how I preface anything that I know will make my best friend facepalm. It is my way of reminding her that we have been friends for too long for her to be surprised by anything that comes out of my mouth. But, it’s not the what that is so meaningful, but the knowing that I can call her to talk about some of the serious issues of our time, and some of the silliest. She’s the one I can call to have an hour long conversation about how I detest candy corn and firmly believe that it is the Halloween candy people give you when they don’t like you. Whatever…

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When Artists Compete: Make It or Break It Reality Shows Worth the Binge

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There are a lot of reasons to watch competition reality shows. Maybe you’re excited to see people hone a craft they’re really, really good at. Or maybe you just want to watch someone have an epic meltdown in front of all their competitors, a panel of judges, and a live studio audience. Competition shows bring out the best and worst of people. I like the ones that are visually pleasing, with clearly talented artists who have to design/make/or craft something that has the potential to embarrass them and the person they’re draping/painting/tattooing it on. So here are my favorite reality shows — plus one book! — to binge on when you’re looking for a little not-so-friendly competition: Project Runway From…

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Lifetime’s UnReal is Better Than Any TV Series You’re Currently Watching

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If there’s a juicy drama this summer that’s not yet on your radar and 100 percent should be, it’s Lifetime’s new series UnReal. The dark new satire strips popular reality dating shows (read: The Bachelor and The Bachelorette) down to the bone, giving us the behind-the-scenes look we’ve been dying for thanks to its show-within-a-show premise. If you aren’t dialed into UnReal yet, here’s a quick breakdown: UnReal takes places on the set of the “hit dating show,” Everlasting, and follows the trials and tribulations of the producers, show runners, the bachelor and the contestants as they navigate filming the show all while dealing with their private lives.   UnReal is helmed by former Bachelor producer Sarah Shapiro and the…

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