vəˈräɡō/: a woman of strength or spirit; a female warrior.

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WIN the Deluxe Summer Staycation Giveaway!

Win the DELUXE SUMMER STAYCATION with Wine Awesomeness. Enter giveaway below. #wineallthetime Enter to win a weekend staycation in your city! Prizes include a Home Automation Starter Package from Smarthome, $500 of travel cash from The Guestbook, six months of wine exploration from Wine Awesomeness, a set of custom color sheets from Flaneur, a $250 AMEX gift card to splurge …

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Five Simple Ways To Self-Care This Summer

Simple Summer Self-Care

Let’s face it. We are hard-driving, bad-ass chicas, but most of us are on a budget. If the barrage of Instagram posts of exotic, tropical destinations isn’t giving you MAD FOMO, you’re probably not human. That said, let’s look at a few options to retreat, regroup and reenter without emptying your wallet.   Google “fun day trips in_____”. The blank …

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Crimping Hair Is Back And Crimpin’ Is Easy

Afternoon, ladies. Looking to make waves this Summer? Crimpin’ hasn’t historically been easy, but it is now. Want a beachy, bouncy look? Want that traditional, crimpy style with a clean wave? Looking for fashion-forward finger waves? You need this crimping hair tool. Making waves Achieving the Victoria’s Secret-model-esque bouncy waves and texture is now possible thanks to Sarah Potempa’s Beachwaver. Fashion show veterans …

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‘Professor Marston & The Wonder Women’ Gets Teaser Trailer!

Gal Gadot (left), Patty Jenkins and Lynda Carter at the premiere of Wonder Woman in Hollywood. Photo: AFP

‘Professor Marston & The Wonder Women’ Gets Teaser Trailer ! The upcoming movie Professor Marston and the Wonder Women just got its first teaser trailer. Our heads are spinning! The teaser was shown in theaters before Wonder Woman this past weekend. Luke Evans, Rebecca Hall, Bella Heathcote, Oliver Pratt, and Connie Britton star in the upcoming film, which follows the …

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Applying for Housing at a Trump Property in the ’60s

Fred C. Trump with his son Donald visiting a tenant in one of their apartment buildings in Brooklyn in January 1973. Credit Barton Silverman/The New York Times

In the 1960s, Mae Wiggins and her friend Maxine Brown applied for housing at the Wilshire Apartments in the Jamaica Estates neighborhood of Queens, N.Y. Ms. Wiggins recalls her experience clearly, and is said to have been one of the many who experienced discriminatory practices on the part of Fred Trump and his protégés. In two court cases, built on evidence …

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