The 17 Best Documentaries Streaming on Netflix in 2017

Documentaries play an important role in film, shedding light on important social issues, grave injustices, or even feel-good stories about making the world better – which is wonderful, because we all need some uplifting stories to go with the hard-hitting subject matter that comprises most documentaries. Ranging in topics like true crime, the food industry, marijuana laws, and sexual assault, here are the 17 best documentaries available on Netflix in 2017. RelatedThe 15 Best Christmas Movies Available on Netflix …read more Source:: Popsugar – Celebrity

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Geisha Williams, First Latina CEO on the Fortune 500, Embodies the American Dream

Geisha Williams, a 56-year-old Cuban immigrant who helms PG&E, became the first Latina CEO to make the Fortune 500, the magazine announced on Friday. In March, Williams took the reins of the 17.7 billion electric utility company after heading its Electricity operations for ten years. As reported by Fortune, the business executive was born Geisha Jimenez in Cuba to political refugees and immigrated to the United States at five-years-old in 1962. To make ends meet, her hardworking father worked three jobs, including employment at a factory and at restaurant as a dishwasher. The family eventually saved up enough money to buy a small grocery story, where Williams learned a love… Read More

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‘Halloween Baking Championship’ 2017: Meet the Contestants

Tonight, on the season premiere of Halloween Baking Championship, seven bakers will face off for the opportunity to win $25,000. The bakers hail from all over the country, and are determined to prove that their skills will award them the grand prize money, and the title of the Food Network’s Halloween Baking Champion. Here are the contestants: Ray Vizcaino LinkedIn Ray, 30, is a wedding cake designer at a bakery called Sugar and Scribe Bakery in San Diego. He served in the Marines briefly before deciding to pursue his passion and go to culinary school. Ray received his BS in Hospitality Food and Beverage Management fro the Art Institution of… Read More

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5 Yet-to-Be-Released Products We Spotted Backstage at NYFW

Even within all the madness of New York Fashion Week, we and our friends at HYPEBAE made sure to soak in all of the incredible beauty moments we witnessed backstage and on the runway. From graphic winged eyes at Jason Wu, to comet-trail nails at Jeremy Scott, there was no shortage of makeup, hair, and skin-care inspiration. The more we hung out behind the scenes, the more we realized that a few of these products aren’t even on the market yet, so obviously, we’re counting down the days until the best new mascaras, eyeshadows, and glitter sprays are finally available and we can learn to replicate the season’s best looks.… Read More

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Trump’s NFL furor exposes his complete disregard for American workers

Members of the Indianapolis Colts kneel during the National Anthem, September 24, 2017 (Credit: Getty/Michael Reaves) The National Football League demonstrations on Sunday, in which scores of players, coaches and owners spent the national anthem kneeling or abstaining from the ritual altogether, was the latest reminder of President Trump’s selective patriotism, his petulance and his bigotry, but also of what a two-bit businessman he is. Trump took a small fire, in the form of NFL players kneeling during the National Anthem, and tried to extinguish the embers with his hallmark fire and fury. Naturally, he only made the fire bigger. The saga, if you’ve not been following, began last season,… Read More

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