Winter Clothes

Chelsea Handler celebrates 46 in her birthday suit

Chelsea Handler is living her best life as she skis her way through Canada in her birthday suit.

The comedian posted a video of herself on Instagram on Thursday in which she’s skiing down a hill in nothing but pasties, underwear and a helmet decorated with both Canadian and American flags, a celebration of her 46th birthday. But while sharing an ode to both of her homes — as she’s currently living in Canada on a work visa — Handler also shared a message of self love.

“It’s important to stay hydrated as well as relaxed, and it’s also important to celebrate your body no matter what age or size,” she captioned the video. “This is 46 (with some peptides) and as I transition into a mountain woman I want to give a big shout out to the two countries I have the strongest ties to.”

Handler recently shared the

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Trust Me, These Are the 5 London Fashion Week Trends We’ll Actually Wear

Over the past five days, British brands have been showcasing their autumn/winter 2021 collections as part of this season’s digital-only London Fashion Week. It looks a little different than usual (there are no spectacular venues, no street style, no audiences whatsoever), but this does mean that the focus is solely on the clothes and creativity. There is certainly no shortage of creative imagination in this city of ours. If I were to sum up the season in one collective theme, it would be “all of the clothes we haven’t been able to wear for the past 12 months.” Think ball gowns, sequins, feathers, wildly impractical boots and skirt suits. These are outfits designed for a post-lockdown London knees-up, and I, for one, couldn’t be more excited.

While many of us won’t be wearing the tulle gowns and sequin mermaid dresses, there are some items that I am certain will translate

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Trust Me, These Are the 5 London Fashion Week Trends We’ll Actually Wear

Over the past five days British brands have been showcasing their autumn winter 2021 collections as part of this season’s digital-only London Fashion Week. It looks a little different than usual—there’s no spectacular venues, no street style, no audiences whatsoever—however this does mean that the focus is solely on the clothes and creativity. There is certainly no shortage of creative imagination in this city of ours. If I was to sum up the season in one collective theme it would be ‘all of the clothes we haven’t been able to wear for the past twelve months.’ Think ball gowns, sequins, feathers, wildly impractical boots and skirt suits. These are outfits designed for a post-lockdown London knees-up—and I for one couldn’t be more excited.

While many of us won’t be wearing the tulle gowns and sequin mermaid dresses, there are some items that I am certain will translate into our wardrobes

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Winter sports thrive in West Michigan as extreme weather continues

Muskegon State Park officials say they have seen record numbers of people participating in their activities this winter.

MUSKEGON, Michigan — On Saturday, Feb. 20, the Muskegon Winter Sports Complex sold out of their luging tickets. And this is not the first time this season.

They have a ticket cap of 300 on any given weekend day, and said they had close to 1,000-1,200 visitors showing up to their park this winter regularly.

Management said that they believe “due to the extremely cold winter weather conditions upkeeping their park and the constant need people are feeling to get out of the house,” this winter season has had one of the companies best turn outs.

The country has seen extreme winter weather this season and the complex credits those wind chills for keeping their ice rink frozen. Manager Bill Bailey told 13 ON YOUR SIDE that their trails now look better

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How To Stay Warm At Home When Your Power Is Out

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Jimmy Kimmel Has an Absolute Field Day With Ted Cruz’s Cancun Saga

It was a story tailor-made for Jimmy Kimmel, who has never been shy about his outright hatred of Ted Cruz. And on Thursday night, he spent nearly his entire monologue going in on the Texas senator for fleeing his freezing, devastated home state for what ended up being a short-lived getaway in Cancun.“On behalf of all of us we want to send our best wishes from L.A. to those of you who have been hammered by the cold weather,” the late-night host began, sincerely. “Hundreds of thousands of Texans are still without power. And on a day when the most newsworthy landing should have been the NASA Rover successfully touching down on Mars, instead, it was a senator from Texas touching down on Cancun.”“While his fellow Texans are freezing with the power out Ted Cruz

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Why a Historic Winter Storm Has Caused Chaos Across Texas

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Millions of Texans are still without power, as a record cold snap continues to tax the statewide electric grid beyond its limit—but don’t blame it all on wind turbines.

Contrary to some media reports, experts say frozen wind turbines are only a “tiny” piece of what’s gone wrong, which includes foul-ups in everything from natural gas and nuclear energy in addition to structural issues affecting the uniquely independent system Texas uses to deliver energy to its population.

On Sunday, 10.1 inches of snow fell on San Angelo, Texas, eclipsing the record 2.5 inches the city got in 1951. The border city of Brownsville, Texas, declared its first winter storm watch in a decade, reporting snow for just the third time since 1898. Dallas and Houston are both experiencing sub-freezing temperatures, and Austin, where temperatures normally hover in the mid-60s this time of year, saw 6.4 inches of

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