× Food & Drink Home & Living Money Parenting Relationships Style & Beauty Travel Wellness Work/Life Finds MORE FROM HUFFPOST News Politics Entertainment Communities Opinion HuffPost Personal Videos ©2019 Oath Inc. All rights reserved. HuffPost News × Skip to Article Marie Kondo Wants Us To Thank Our Belongings. But Does It Really Help? Style & Beauty While there are benefits to Marie Kondo's theory, it's not a solution that works for everyone. By Julia Brucculieri 01/30/2019 10:56am ET Marie Kondo has been sparking a lot of chatter thanks to her trademark tidying methods. Following the release of her new Netflix series, “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo,” the tidying expert faced some criticism from folks online who took issue with her suggestion to pare down their book collections. Others weren’t so fond of her popular “spark joy” concept, which encourages … [Read more...] about Marie Kondo Wants Us To Thank Our Belongings. But Does It Really Help?
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By Bob Strauss | [email protected] | Daily NewsPUBLISHED: December 26, 2018 at 10:03 am | UPDATED: December 26, 2018 at 10:04 am Before we get into the most obvious thing about the upcoming movies for 2019 – which is, Marvel is going to make a lot of money, again – can we first look forward to some great filmmakers who’ll be doing exactly what they want to do? Like Martin Scorsese, whose Netflix-backed “The Irishman” reunites our greatest living filmmaker with old cronies Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Harvey Keitel, and tosses Al Pacino into the bargain. It’s a mob epic that spans decades, with a lot of digital de-aging, at a price tag that’s been estimated somewhere between $140 and $175 million. Or Quentin Tarantino, who will apply his always distinctive, film-geek sensibility to that most notorious of showbiz-adjacent crimes, the Manson Murders. “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” boasts its own superstar cast of Brad Pitt, Leonardo … [Read more...] about 2019 movie preview: Marvel looms large, but look who else is prepping releases
Jamie L. LaReau Detroit Free Press Published 6:00 AM EST Dec 9, 2018 Only five people know the top-secret recipe to Michigan-made Jar Head Salsa. "It's kept in Grand Blanc, Michigan, and guarded by a Marine," said Tom Smith, 67, the COO of Jar Head. The Marine is David Smith, 48. He's Tom Smith's, son, business partner and creator of the salsa recipe. He came up with it about 20 years ago when he was cooking for some 3,000 U.S. Marines a day at Camp Pendleton in Southern California. "We went to visit him and he told us to try the salsa he created. It was wonderful," said Tom Smith. "We started bringing back coolers of his salsa." Those coolers turned into a company in 2009. Today, Jar Head Salsa, made in Davison, Michigan, is sold at 10 local farmers markets, three stores and Detroit's Eastern Market. It's on track to do $400,000 in sales this year, but the Smiths aren't in it only for the money. They give 10 percent of the net … [Read more...] about Ex-GM exec and Marine son’s salsa benefits veterans
The trailer for Warner Bros’s live-action and animated hybrid film Pokemon: Detective Pikachu has proved surprisingly controversial. The main reason why Pokemon fans are losing their minds over the film, starring Justice Smith, Kathryn Newton and Ken Watanabe as the human citizens of Ryme City, with Ryan Reynolds voicing adorable Pokemon icon Pikachu, is because - gasp - Pikachu speaks English. Pokemon is a Japanese media franchise created by Satoshi Tajiri in 1995, which began as a pair of video games, Pokemon Red and Green (known as Pokemon Red and Blue outside of Japan). The series is the second best-selling video game franchise and highest grossing media franchise of all time, and has spawned a top-selling trading card game, hit animated series with over 1,000 episodes (and counting) and 22 films, and countless iterations of entertainment and merchandise, from manga comics to Pokemon printed … [Read more...] about Pika Pika! Why Detective Pikachu is angering Pokemon purists
Paul Egan Detroit Free Press Published 6:00 AM EDT Oct 23, 2018 LANSING — Michigan’s Libertarian candidate for governor wants to use taxpayer money to pay young single women not to have children. An independent candidate for attorney general went to court to overturn Michigan’s ballot signature requirements and is seen by analysts as a potential spoiler in the race between Republican Tom Leonard and Democrat Dana Nessel. And the U.S. Taxpayers Party candidate for secretary of state has a profile so low that he not only has no campaign website, he can’t be found on Facebook or Twitter, either. Michigan's third-party and independent candidates for statewide office represent a rich political mosaic, and they can't be neatly categorized. Some are earnest and running to win. Others know they will lose but are running to educate voters on pet issues. Some are deeply committed to the principles of their party banner. Others are in … [Read more...] about Don’t like the Rs or the Ds? Other choices abound Nov. 6