All posts tagged: Kathryn

My Creepy Dentist Sexually Harassed Me In The Middle Of A Procedure | Kathryn Brown Ramsperger

My Creepy Dentist Sexually Harassed Me In The Middle Of A Procedure | Kathryn Brown Ramsperger

[ad_1] He tilted me back so he could get a better view into my mouth. The bright overhead light beamed down into my eyes, bringing back memories of previous surgeries. He put some sort of appliance into my mouth, and I felt pressure. That must’ve been the first incision, I thought. I started to shake. I’d dreaded this oral surgery for a few years now, but it was time now if I wanted to save my molars. I tried to breathe deeply. Out of nowhere, my dentist says, “I’m going to pinch your butt,”  and chuckled. What?! This comment during my oral surgery was the weirdest “flirt” (a.k.a. sexual harassment) I’ve ever received in my life. If I didn’t have dental anxiety before, I sure do now. What on earth was he thinking? A month later, it still mystifies (and disgusts) me. RELATED: I Was Targeted By A Sexual Predator — And Didn’t Even Know It What he said, at that particular moment, was unacceptable ethically and professionally. Yet, I know it won’t be the last time a man tells …

See Will Arnett, Kathryn Hahn Dicks.com Commercial: Shop Campaign Here

See Will Arnett, Kathryn Hahn Dicks.com Commercial: Shop Campaign Here

[ad_1] If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, The Hollywood Reporter may receive an affiliate commission. Will Arnett and Kathryn Hahn are showing off their shopping chops in a new campaign for Dick’s Sporting Goods. Cheekily titled “Click on Dicks.com,” the ad serves to promote Dicks.com as a go-to shopping destination for sporting equipment, apparel, accessories and gift ideas. Hahn’s spot finds her doing a last-minute (online) run to pick up sneakers for her nephew’s basketball tryouts. Naturally, they arrive on time (because, Dicks.com). The clip features the store’s wide assortment of products, that not only include brand name sneakers, but also basketballs, workout mats and even the viral Stanley cup. Arnett, meantime, plays a father who needs to pick up soccer cleats for his daughter. The ad shows the actor literally and metaphorically diving into the world of online shopping, stocking up on said-cleats and dozens of other items (including golf clubs for himself). Arnett says playing the father of young athletes isn’t exactly a stretch. …

No news is bad news for all of us, Meta | Kathryn Bromwich

No news is bad news for all of us, Meta | Kathryn Bromwich

[ad_1] It is no secret that traditional news outlets are struggling: every few weeks, respected publications announce redundancies, cuts and closures. Partly, this is because social media has become many people’s primary source of news. Teenagers and more and more adults are using TikTok, while millennials are turning to Instagram after Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter (X). This has made logging into social media particularly jarring over the past months. If I open Instagram, this is what I see: a blurred video from Gaza marked as “graphic content”; a porcupine eating an apple; news that a teenage trans girl was stabbed 14 times at a roller disco; an escalator full of men carrying golden retrievers; mosques turned to rubble. This level of emotional whiplash is exhausting and bewildering; we don’t yet understand its long-term psychological impact. These platforms are also not specifically designed with the aim of providing accurate and balanced information. This is the reason that Meta, parent company of Instagram, Facebook, WhatsApp and Threads, gave for its announcement last week that it would …

Kathryn Newton makes a statement in daring mini dress as she talks relationship with former co-star Kelly Ripa

Kathryn Newton makes a statement in daring mini dress as she talks relationship with former co-star Kelly Ripa

[ad_1] Kathryn Newton certainly knows how to turn heads, and did just that at the start of the week as she appeared on The Drew Barrymore Show on Tuesday.  The Lisa Frankenstein star was joined by her co-star Cole Sprouse, looking fantastic in a bold, all red look.  Kathryn rocked a tailored mini dress teamed with matching sheer tights and chunky platform heels. A bold red lipstick completed her Valentines-ready look.  Kathryn Newton wowed in an all-red look on The Drew Barrymore Show During the chat with Drew Barrymore, former child star Kathryn opened up about her time on the hit soap opera, All My Children, in which she starred alongside Kelly Ripa, playing her little sister, Colby Marian Chandler, from 2001 to 2004.  Drew said to Kathryn: “You do also make families, like the extended family I found on sets. And you were related to Kelly Ripa in the soap opera All My Children.”  Kathryn joined the star-studded guest list on Tuesday’s show She responded: “She played my sister. Jonathan Bennett played my brother; Josh …

The Dress Form | Kathryn Hughes

The Dress Form | Kathryn Hughes

[ad_1] In our Holiday Issue, Kathryn Hughes dives deep into the Regency-era closet in a review of Hilary Davidson’s “riveting and beautifully illustrated” history Jane Austen’s Wardrobe. Taking care to spotlight the period’s elegantly “long and lean” aesthetic idiom, Davidson used sources ranging from letters to her own savvy re-creation of Austen’s silk pelisse to write a sartorial biography. “Davidson reveals that the wearer of the pelisse could have been up to five foot eight, certainly no less than five foot six inches tall,” writes Hughes. “At a time when the average woman stood at a smidge over five feet, Jane Austen wasn’t simply tall; she was gigantic.” As a historian and biographer, Hughes’s own field is slightly later, Victorian England. She has written books about George Eliot; Isabella Beeton, author of the best-selling Book of Household Management (1861); and the figure of the Victorian governess. For The New York Review, Hughes has taken on biographies of D.H. Lawrence and Maria Montessori, as well as group biographies of the British Premonitions Bureau and the downwardly …

Jane Austen Gets Dressed | Kathryn Hughes

Jane Austen Gets Dressed | Kathryn Hughes

[ad_1] A few years ago the dress historian Hilary Davidson set out to create an exact copy of a brown silk pelisse that once belonged to Jane Austen. She describes this coatdress as the “indisputable star” of the novelist’s surviving wardrobe. Patterned with oak leaves woven in pale gold, lined with white silk, and decorated with silk cord, it dates to around 1813, when for the first time Austen had some independent financial means following the publication of her first two novels, Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice. In July of that year the thirty-seven-year-old wrote with transparent glee to her banker brother, “I have…written myself into £250.” In line with the Regency’s long and lean aesthetic, Austen’s pelisse was cut to follow her contours closely. This means that Davidson is reasonably confident in reading off the novelist’s measurements. It transpires that Austen was markedly slender, with a thirty-one- to thirty-three-inch bust, a twenty-four-inch waist, and thirty-three- to thirty-four-inch hips. In today’s terms this makes her a tiny size 2. All of which fits …