• Scarlett Johansson Labels Dylan Farrow's Open Letter Scarlett Johansson Labels Dylan Farrow's Open Letter Cast your mind back to last month, when Dylan Farrow penned an open letter which was published in The New York Times, detailing the sexual abuse she claims she suffered at the hands of her father, the acclaimed writer/director Woody Allen. In it Farrow mentioned a list of celebrities who she rebuked for working with Allen, stating: "What if it had been your child, Cate Blanchett? Louis CK? Alec Baldwin? What if it had been you, Emma Stone? Or you, Scarlett Johansson?"


    Now, for the first time, Scarlett Johansson has spoken out over the letter, calling Dylan Farrow's decision to name her and other actors, "irresponsible." In fact the actress who starred in several Woody Allen films, such as Match Point, Scoop, and Vicky Cristina Barcelona, criticizes Farrow for naming her. "I think it's irresponsible to take a bunch of actors that will have a Google alert on and to suddenly throw their name into a situation that none of us could possibly knowingly comment on," Johansson told The

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  • Aries (March 21 - April 19)
    You're searching for direction but looking in all the wrong places. Figuring out the right path takes more than just looking at the numbers. You need to put two and two together, for one -- pun upon pun intended. It's the next step you need to anticipate, not the ones behind you.

    Today's Aries Reading: Free Sample Chakra Reading


    Taurus (April 20 - May 20)
    Don't make any promises you can't keep -- especially to yourself. The goals you set today could be setting you up for failure and nothing more. Don't overdo it, even when it comes to something as seemingly innocent as your own self confidence.

    Today's Taurus Reading: Free Sample Life Path Reading


    Gemini (May 21 - June 21)
    You're searching for the unanswerable today. There is no such thing as a sure bet -- and to pretend otherwise is just fooling yourself. You could spend all day tracking down that elusive number that settles your fears, but not end up any
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  • Refinery29By Erin Donnelly, Refinery29

    You dutifully visit the doctor for your yearly physical. You never miss your twice-a-year teeth cleanings. Even your sleep cycles and exercise habits get a daily progress report thanks to the countless apps on your phone. But, when's the last time you really evaluated your career?

    Sure, there's the annual performance review your boss conducts. After it gets put off for days on end, you finally get some vague feedback, and then it's back to your desk to tackle a pile of paperwork. When you're working long hours, it's hard to find the time to reflect on your overall progress. Are you where you want to be? Do you have the title and salary you deserve? Are your skills up to par? And, just what exactly is your boss trying to tell you with all that corporate mumbo-jumbo?

    It's important to have a healthy professional life, but it can be tough to keep everything in perspective. So, we turned to four experts for stellar tips on how to do a thorough career

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  • 8 Super Annoying (and Not at All Endearing) Tech Peeves8 Super Annoying (and Not at All Endearing) Tech PeevesWe can't escape technology. We live it. We breathe it. It's everywhere. A new day doesn't occur without a state-of-the-art thing grabbing our attention and getting us addicted. While technology and social media are changing how we live, what we do, and how we interact, it's also doing something else. It's creating a whole new set of annoyances.


    Here are 8 super annoying tech peeves we've grown accustomed to:

    1. Using Cell Phones at Red Lights
    I find myself guilty of this and know I annoy people - and know how annoyed I am with people who do this. You are at a red light, it turns green - except the person in front of you is too busy paying attention to their phone to GO. Okay, we get you are not texting and driving, but it's annoying none the less.

    2. Facebook Tag
    You are at a party, had a few too many drinks, one of your good ole' "friends" snaps a group photo, and, of course, tags you. This is exactly why I make sure that auto-tagging is off. Gotta love drunken tagged

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  • Lost Heath Ledger Interview Reveals Happy, Thoughtful Actor with a Lot of Nervous EnergyLost Heath Ledger Interview Reveals Happy, Thoughtful Actor with a Lot of Nervous EnergyHe's been gone for six years. Heath Ledger's tragic overdose at the age of 28 cut short a promising career. Moreover, we lost a person who was - by all accounts - a doting dad and very nice guy. What a sad loss.


    But we can turn the clock back to 2005, just before Brokeback Mountain was released, thanks to this lost interview - newly animated - from Blank on Blank.

    Christine Pines interviewed Ledger for Entertainment Weekly while they strolled through his Brooklyn neighborhood. He talks about holing up with new love Michelle Williams in a little trailer during the filming of Brokeback. This was right after his daughter Matilda had been born, before his split with Michelle, and before the depression/downward spiral (no one knows for sure) that led to his accidental overdose.

    Related: 7 infamous child stars who have gone off the deep end

    The interview confirms his happiness and the satisfaction he felt with his home life. He says:

    "We're actors at the end of the day. I

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  • Aries (March 21 - April 19)
    Watch morale; things are going wrong, and it's the first thing to drop like a stone -- well, besides the bottom line, that is. Keeping spirits up is an absolute necessity if you want this to be only a temporary dip in the numbers.

    Today's Aries Reading: Free Sample Love Meter


    Taurus (April 20 - May 20)
    You feel like you're stuck on the bottom of the earth with no help in sight; the last thing you want to do under these circumstances is share your meager resources! It's the best way to survive, though, Taurus. Remember, 'what's mine is yours' works both ways.

    Today's Taurus Reading: Free Sample Life Path Reading


    Gemini (May 21 - June 21)
    You've come up with a number you really don't want, but doing more calculating isn't going to change it one iota. Acceptance is more cost-effective than fighting the inevitable, Gemini. Start looking into your options.

    Today's Gemini Reading: Free Sample Romantic

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  • Refinery29By Olivia Phillips, Refinery29

    London may be one of the greatest cities in the world, but it can be a crazy expensive place to live. We can't really forgo our Oyster card and walk the seven miles to work. And, we don't want to only shop at Primark or take boring packed lunches to the office every day. We want to get out there and live it up. We want to pop in to every pop-up and hang out at every hip hot spot.

    Thankfully, there are ways to live in London and not go totally broke. Conserving money across the board means you'll have the extra funds to try the hottest new password-only speakeasy. We spoke with experts to get their advice for saving money across five categories, from fashion and finance. Their tips so easy and painless, you won't even feel the pinch. And, don't forget: more pennies = more fun. Are we right or are we right?

    RELATED: 11 Expert Tips To Beat Stress In 5 Minutes Or Less - Really!

    Michelle Highman, CEO at The Money Charity

    Where is the best place

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  • "Alright, alright, alright!"

    All the best Matthew McConaughey impressions -- as well as his own Oscars® acceptance speech -- begin or end with his iconic catchphrase, "All right, all right, all right."

    Guess who he stole it from? Jim Morrison. Sounds about right.

    McConaughey's catchphrase originated in the film Dazed and Confused. While prepping for his role in that movie as David Wooderson, McConaughey listened to a live album of The Doors. In between songs, Jim Morrison chats/rambles/rants, as he is wont to do, saying: "Alright, alright, alright, alright." McConaughey described it as four times. It sounds more like six times to me. (You be the judge.)

    Related: 10 celebrities who look JUST like the stars they played on film

    At any rate, McConaughey shortened it to 3 "alrights," and a catchphrase was born that would one day usher in the McConaissance that we are now experiencing through the success of HBO's True Detective and his Oscar® win for Dallas Buyers Club.

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  • Don't throw it out -- make some money off of it.

    We bet there's at least $200 hidden in their sports gear and electronics - here's how to find it.

    Electronics:
    With new "gotta-have-it" upgrades coming out practically every year, technology depreciates fast, so if you're unloading old gadgets, try to do so quickly. One exception: The market for video games -- especially older ones like the original versions of Wii Sports and Pokémon -- is brisk.

    1. Apple's Reuse and Recycling Program gives you an Apple gift card for your iPad, iPhone, or Mac. RadioShack also offers a trade-in program (a 2012 Kindle Fire could fetch as much as $72 in credit).

    Related: Never Stress About Making Returns Again

    2. Gazelle, a site that buys used devices, pays cash or offers an Amazon gift card for computers, smartphones, and more. It honors a 30-day price lock (that is, you have 30 days to get a new phone before mailing in your old one).

    3. Glyde calculates the true resale value or market price of your electronics and suggests a price

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  • Your Child Might Be the Next Jerry BruckheimerYour Child Might Be the Next Jerry BruckheimerFor the vast majority of people currently living on Planet Earth, perusing the pages of the recently-published Jerry Bruckheimer: When Lightning Strikes - Four Decades of Filmmaking (written by Michael Singer with a foreword by Johnny Depp) will feel akin to looking through a scrapbook of the Hollywood movie moments that have shaped their lives.

    Bruckheimer's movies and television series have not only earned 41 Oscar nominations, 77 Emmy nominations, landed him on the Forbes celebrity 100 list and given him a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, they have become part of our collective culture itself. I'm 39, and as I read the book and see images from Flashdance and Top Gun, I not only recall seeing the movies themselves, I see myself cutting the necks out of all my t-shirts in elementary school. I see bomber jackets on all my friends in middle school. I see Tom Cruise haircuts on the boys who wouldn't dance with me in 7th grade. I recall imagining that one day I would grow up and wear

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