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Freida Pinto

  1. beauty marks
    Freida Pinto Gets a Much-Deserved Beauty Deal from L’OréalBecause L’Oréal is smart, that’s why.
  2. gossipmonger
    Freida Pinto to Be Caressed by Schnabel’s LensAfter filming Woody Allen’s new movie, Freida will work with His Royal Pajamas.
  3. the industry
    Tom Hanks, Reporting for DutyPlus: an indie Allen Ginsberg movie showdown.
  4. beauty marks
    McQueen Clown Makeup Explained; Katie Holmes’s Hair Is Long AgainAlso, a new website attempts to alleviate the fear of trying a new hair salon.
  5. beauty marks
    Blonde-Hair-Dye Sales Increase; Gucci Does Eighties MakeupAlso, Freida Pinto might be the next spokesperson for Estée Lauder.
  6. the industry
    Woody Allen Liked Slumdog Millionaire, TooPlus: Yep, ‘Melrose Place’ is back.
  7. oscars
    The Problem With This Year’s Oscar FrocksHilary Alexander writes that the ladies either looked like fairy princesses or witches.
  8. oscars
    Red-carpet Style, Live From the OscarsAll the looks from the Most Important Red Carpet Ever.
  9. loose threads
    Gianni Versace’s Art, Furniture Up for Auction; White House Staffer Hits Fashion WeekAlso, did ‘Vanity Fair’ lighten Freida Pinto’s skin?
  10. gossipmonger
    Piano-Bar Visit Proves Guy Ritchie Isn’t Anti-GayHe sang ‘Tomorrow’ from ‘Annie,’ so it can’t be true he’s homophobic. In the gossip roundup.
  11. new york fugging city
    Fug Girls: The Stylish Evolution of Freida PintoThe ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ star is delivering a master class on how to step into the spotlight, with a closet we’d like to raid almost all the time.
  12. on the red carpet
    Color Wins on the SAG Awards Red CarpetFrom Eva Longoria-Parker in peach to Freida Pinto rocking periwinkle, the rainbow ruled.
  13. golden globes
    Red-carpet Looks from the Golden GlobesA megaslideshow featuring all the red-carpet looks from the Golden Globes.
  14. the industry
    ‘G.I. Joe’ Recruits Sienna MillerPlus: A guy from Heroes wrote a play!
  15. early and often
    Hillary Clinton Is the UndeciderLast night we flipped on MSNBC, hoping to unwind with a little To Catch a Predator, but alas, the presidential debates were in full swing. We sure tuned in at the right time, though: Hillary Clinton, known for being the most well-rehearsed and cautious Democratic candidate, turned positively Rumsfeldian. She adamantly refused to answer “hypotheticals” — basically anything about what she would do as president. She dodged all difficult, potentially controversial questions through the rote repetition of universally agreed-upon generalizations (Hillary is for fiscal responsibility and fighting terrorism, in case you were wondering). But it was when she refused to answer a question about baseball that her reticence became truly absurd. When Clinton, a Chicago native, was pressed by host Tim Russert on who she would root for in a Yankees vs. Cubs World Series, she hedged her bets: “Well, I would probably have to alternate sides,” she said. Jeez, lady. At least Bill knew he preferred briefs. Bush’s “The Decider” persona may suck, but Hillary’s “Undecider” routine is getting just as tired. —Dan Amira
  16. NewsFeed
    Hill Country Pits Graffiti Grows Worse Each DayHill Country was born old. The day it opened, its walls and air vents had been painstakingly smoked-stained, and its floors distressed to look as if 10,000 gluttons had waddled across it over the years. But the pits were brand-new. Not so anymore: After one summer of operation, they’re now signed with the regards of dozens of chefs, politicians, celebrities, and members of the barbecue underground.