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Holiday gift items chosen by Oprah Winfrey for the 2016 Christmas giving season are displayed at Oprah Magazine, Tuesday in New York, during a sneak preview of Favorite Things 2016. The Glyph, a Wars worthy techno gift, when placed over the eyes and plugged into an HDMI device, lower right, allows the wearer do everything from checking email to watching movies in digital HD. Colored pencils for drawing in a coloring book while relieving the day stress, are shown, lower left.

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Yes, it that time of year, when The Oprah Magazine unveils the queen curated gift suggestions, to be included with discounts in the December issue. For 2016, there are exactly 101, a majority available on Amazon for the second year.

Oprah elves Gayle King, the magazine editor at large, and Adam Glassman, the creative director, presented highlights of the haul Tuesday after schlepping to food and trade shows in search of products for the boss lady to consider in June, when their Christmas begins.

was summer and the air conditioner broke so she was sitting there sweating like a brahma bull, but you know she always very pleasant, King told The Associated Press in an interview with Glassman, of Oprah hands on process this year.

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The list includes a range of price points for a range of gift recipients.

Some highlights with suggested retail pricing:Oprah Poinsettia Flower Pot Cake: On the outside, it looks like the actual holiday plant. On the inside is chocolate cake goodness with vanilla mousse. Very sweet. $165.

Health and Happiness, by Oprah herself: Part memoir, part cookbook, a little bit of self help. Weight Watchers points are included. It for fans willing to wait until the book comes out in January. Meantime, it can be pre ordered. $35.

Yonanas Elite: Speaking of points, fruit equals zero. This sorbet maker turns frozen fruit into soft serve with no added sugar. $130.


Travel Cord Rolls: Who hasn wasted way too much time untangling cords? Oprah has, and she had it. This is a compact, roll up case with slots to keep your ear buds and charging cords in order. In colored leather, including blue, pink, green and aqua. $20.

Beats by Dr. Dre, Powerbeats3: They wireless, light weight and offer a quick five minute charge for one hour of playback. $200.

Tiny Tunes: They little creature speakers that pack a powerful sound via Bluetooth, and they one of Gayle favorites this year. Oddly enough, you can enable a selfie feature and snap a pic. $25.


Supersonic Dyson Hair Dryer: Oprah promises that it super fast, and it has the signature Dyson hole in the middle. It promises a quiet motor, three magnetic attachments and, did we mention, speed. $400.

Organic sachets: They filled with dried rose petals and lavender florets to scent lingerie. In a gifty little green box topped by a big splashy flower. $20.

Peoni cleansers and toners: New line of products from Oprah facialist, Jennifer Brodeur. Free of toxins, artificial fragrances and gluten. $60 for toners, $195 for creams.
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Bessie Coleman was born on January 26, 1893 in Atlanta, Texas.

In pursuing a flying career, she had three goals: earn a pilot’s license; become a recognized stunt and exhibition flier; and establish an aviation school for Blacks. in 1921 as this country’s first Black female licensed pilot. A year later she earned her international pilot’s license.

Barnstorming across the country, she thrilled thousands as “Brave Bessie”. On April 30, 1936, while making a practice run with her mechanic as the pilot, Bessie Coleman was thrown out of the plane when the controls jammed. A Pioneer in the field of aviation, her story became the inspiration for other Blacks to take to the skies.

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On June 15, 1921 Bessie Coleman became the first African American woman to earn a aviation pilot’s license in the world and the first African American woman to earn an international aviation license from the from the Federation Aeronautique Internationale.

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Smithsonian Institution, Neg. aviation who opposed her training because she was a woman and because she was black. aviator would train her either.

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Smithsonian Institution, Neg. It was not simple but she got through it and fulfilled her dream of flying. Coleman opened a flight school in Chicago and taught other black women to fly as well as doing the usual (for the time) barnstorming in air circuses to keep flying.

“Queen Bessie,” as she was known was a highly popular draw for the next 15 years. However, on April 30, 1936, while practicing for a show in Orlando, Fla., the controls on her plane jammed and her plane crashed to the ground killing her instantly. [she had fallen out Ed.]

Known to an admiring public as “Queen Bess,” Bessie Coleman was the first black woman ever to fly an airplane and the first African American to earn an international pilot’s license. During her brief yet distinguished career as a performance flier, she appeared at air shows and exhibitions across the United States, earning wide recognition for her aerial skill, her dramatic flair, and her tenacity.

But the thrill of stunt flying and the admiration of cheering crowds were only part of Coleman’s dream. Forced for a time to work as a laundress and manicurist to make ends meet, Coleman never lost sight of her childhood vow to one day “amount to something.”

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African Americans were essentially barred from voting by literacy tests. They couldn’t ride in railway cars with white people, or use a wide range of public facilities set aside for whites. When young Bessie first went to school at the age of six, it was to a one room wooden shack, a four mile walk from her home. Often there wasn’t paper to write on or pencils to write with. She grew up in Waxahachie. Her father left the family in 1900 to return to Indian Territory.

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Calling on the phone from a tour stop in Memphis, Tenn., recently, Lalli described the divisiveness in the country amplified by the election season as “sad” and “embarrassing,” without indicating which presidential candidate he supported. If anything, the current climate reinforces for Lalli the value of the communal release Big Gigantic’s vibrant live shows are known for. The duo’s deep bass grooves, rap influenced beats, Jeremy Salken’s drumming, and touches of Lalli’s saxophone create a positive, dance inducing environment, heightened by a colorful and surreal light and screen show.

Taken as a whole, Big Gigantic which plays Rams Head Live on Friday night offers the uplifting escapism that’s drawn so many to the vast world of EDM.

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“I used to listen to a ton of ’90s hip hop,” he said, citing Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre and the Beastie Boys. “[Their albums] always felt like real, complete ideas.”

The modern day influence of rap is even more explicit, given guest appearances on the album by rappers Waka Flocka Flame and Logic, the Gaithersburg native signed to Def Jam Records.

Lalli called Logic, whom he met through a mutual friend, “the best guy ever.” Lalli wasn’t familiar with the street rap that first made Waka a rap star at the turn of the decade, but he liked what he heard after discovering the Atlanta rapper’s 2014 freestyle over the J. Cole song “Fire Squad.” He later met Waka when the two shared a festival bill together, after which a collaboration came easily.

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Rob Gronkowski was also back at practice on Friday, and he is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game, along with Danny Amendola (knee), Scott Chandler (knee), Patrick Chung (foot), Justin Coleman (hand), Dont’a Hightower (knee), Josh Kline (shoulder) and Matthew Slater (stinger). Marcus Cannon, Chandler Jones, Devin McCourty and Michael Williams were all listed as probable. Track and Field and Cross Country Association New England All Region team.

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Kobe Bryant’s final NBA season is looking like it will be unprecedented, as the Lakers legend is currently averaging 15.9 points on a preposterous 17.5 shotsper game, shooting 31 percent from the floor, taking 7.3 three pointers a game while making only 22 percent of them, his defense has been abysmal, and his team lost to the Philadelphia 76ers.

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“I think the manufacturing sector and exports more broadly are finally kicking into gear in a big way, both because of the comeback in the auto sector in particular, but also thanks to the lower Canadian dollar,” he said.

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Porter said that in many ways it was the mirror image of what was happening in the economy a year ago.

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