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O, The Oprah Magazine, sometimes simply abbreviated to O, is a monthly magazine founded by Oprah Winfrey and Hearst Communications and primarily marketed at women. It was first published on April 19, 2000. As of June 2004, its average paid circulation was over 2.7 million copies, two thirds by subscription.Source
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My Mom Got Extreme Plastic Surgery—It Changed Our Relationship

My Mom Got Extreme Plastic Surgery—It Changed Our Relationship

I was 34 when my mother changed her face. Too old for tantrums, but that didn’t stop me from having one. Not in front of her—even I wasn’t that self-centered—but among my friends. The softness around her eyes and cheeks was gone, replaced by taut skin and sculpted cheekbones. Looking at pictures, my friends declared her beautiful, but I couldn’t get past that she looked different. The face I had loved since childhood, that I had gazed at during story and meal times, and that had calmed me when I was anxious about a test or later a job interview, was gone. Just looking at my mother’s face...

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The Meaning of Drake's "Toosie Slide" Lyrics and Dance

The Meaning of Drake's "Toosie Slide" Lyrics and Dance

Prepare to "right foot up, left foot slide" while social distancing. On Thursday, April 2, Drake released his new single "Toosie Slide." With the catchy chorus lyrics, "Right foot up, left foot slide," fans are already predicting the song will be a Tik Tok hit that will inspire a #ToosieSlide dance challenge. Below, more on the meaning behind the lyrics, the dance, and the video, which includes a tour of Drake's house in Toronto, Canada. Social distancing to stop the spread of the coronavirus means we're all stuck at home and finding new ways to be creative—including rapper Drake. On...

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