Mila Kunis is smokin' cool, isn't she? Well, I like her even better after her recent appearance on Jimmy Kimmel, in which she slammed this common and totally foolish pronoun mix-up as it relates to pregnancy.
Talking about pregnant celebrities, is Lil' Kim's baby shower request over the top?
Got a superhero in your life? Warner Bros. Consumer and DC Entertainment have launched the Superman Hall of Heroes to honour everyday heroes. No, they don't prance around in leotards or wear a red cape, but true heroes help and give in ways that are life changing.
Now you can nominate and induct your own personal hero—be it a celebrity, athlete, fire fighter, or even a friend or family member.
Not only is the site a fun way to pay it forward to someone who has touched lives in ways they may not know, a portion of the proceeds goes to the original Superman's charity—The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, an international nonprofit for spinal cord injury and central nervous system disorders.
And throughout the year, the so-called Red Cape Crew will "perform random acts of kindness or contribute to local community efforts."
If you're still stumped this Father's Day, you could do worse than paying tribute to your hero and giving to a worthy cause. Win-win. How cool will your inductee feel wearing a superhero T-shirt? (And yes, they come in pink, too.)
Visit the Hall of Heroes to view the inductees or to nominate your own Man of Steel or Wonder Woman. Enter promo code MYHERO for a free Level One induction.
The cast of Downton Abbey came up with a clever way to give back.
Health Canada has recalled the above foam Clingy Darts with UPC code 639277210197 and date code 1207, as the toys contain phthalate, di(2-ethylhexyl) (DEHP) in excess of the legally allowed limit.
When sucked or chewed, some phthalates, including DEHP, can cause reproductive and developmental abnormalities in young children.
While no incidents have been reported to Health Canada or Dollar Tree, customers are advised to remove the toys from children immediately and return them to a Dollar Tree location for a full refund or store credit.
From October 2012 to April 2014, approximately 2,560 of the dart toys were sold at Dollar Tree and Dollar Giant stores in Canada.