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Eugene Gladstone O'Neill (1888)
One of America's greatest playwrights, O'Neill spent his youth as a heavy-drinking, itinerant seaman, then began writing plays while recovering from tuberculosis in 1912. Within a decade, he had won his first of four Pulitzer Prizes. Extremely prolific, he wrote passionate works about tortured family relationships and spiritual conflict, including Long Day's Journey into Night and The Iceman Cometh. Both of his sons committed suicide, and he disowned his daughter for marrying whom? Discuss

Sir Pelham Grenville "P. G." Wodehouse (1881)
Wodehouse was an English-American comic writer who enjoyed enormous success during his more than 70-year career. His works are set in Edwardian England and feature idiotic youths, feckless debutantes, redoubtable aunts, and stuffy businessmen. His most famous characters are the young bachelor Bertie Wooster and his unflappable valet Jeeves. Although Wodehouse was knighted shortly before his death, the character of Bertie did cost him entry into the Order of the Companions of Honour in 1967. Why?

Ralph Lauren (1939)
Lauren began designing ties while working as a tie salesman and opened his own business in 1967. His first menswear line, under the Polo name, debuted the next year, and the mesh sport shirt—featuring an emblem of a polo player—would become his signature piece. His expensive creations evoke the look of the English aristocracy as adopted by the East-Coast American elite. His label also appears on furnishings, tableware, and luggage. What made him change his last name to Lauren?


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E! Online (US) - Top Stories
It's Slit Season! Hollywood's Thighs Have Come Out to Play
ESC: Hailey BaldwinPrepare to show some serious leg, because high slits are seriously trending. With the weather quickly changing, you may be wondering how to casually incorporate this trend into work wear...

Taylor Kitsch on Losing 30 Pounds to Play Cult Leader David Koresh: ''It Sucks''
Taylor Kitsch, WacoBeing a Hollywood actor isn't always about glitz, glamour and a gaggle of gals--sometimes it's about sticking to a regimented diet so you can tackle playing the role of a...

So...Blake Lively Just Wore a 3-Piece Menswear-Inspired Suit
ESC: Blake LivelyIs menswear for women the next fall trend? In case you missed it, Blake Lively put on a full-on fashion show today, appearing in five different outfits before 3:30 p.m. EST. We...

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner's Relationship Timeline: A Year of Romance Rumors, PDA Outings and Proposals (Oh My!)
Sophie Turner, Joe JonasJoe Jonas and Sophie Turner are engaged, but it wasn't so long ago the idea of them as a couple was just that...an idea. It was only just a year ago that the couple were spotted for...

Don't Really Remember The Bachelor's Arie Luyendyk Jr.? ABC Is Here to Help
Arie Luyendyk Jr., The BachelorThe Bachelor is hoping to rev your enthusiasm engines a little early this season. Bachelor Nation was a bit shocked when it was announced that Arie Luyendyk Jr., the runner-up from Emily...

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Researchers invent camouflaged membrane that hides like an octopus
No other animal has mastered camouflage like the octopus. The mightiest of these morphing creatures, the mimic octopus, contorts its body into a thin ribbon and adopts the colors of a venomous sea serpent to scare predators away. Divers have seen mimic ... Discuss

Nasa carbon space observatory 'watches Earth breathe'
A Nasa satellite has provided remarkable new insights on how CO2 is moved through the Earth's atmosphere. The Orbiting Carbon Observatory (OCO) tracked the behaviour of the gas in 2015/2016 - a period when the planet experienced a major El Niño event. This ...

Massive Hole Appears In Antarctic Ice and Scientists Aren't Sure Why
A vast hole has re-opened in Antarctica, and it could have something to teach us about climate change. Some 40 years after satellites observed a wintertime gap in the ice of the Weddell Sea near the Antarctic Peninsula, the phenomenon has returned; and ...


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