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The Hairstyles All Men Will Want in 2011 - UK Net Guide

From the UK Net Guide:

Hairstyles come and go with the seasons but many survive the test of time and maintain popularity through celebrity endorsement and classic styles that never go out. Every year that passes, another hairstyle is born. Most men simply prefer a simple fade or buzz cut when they go to get their haircuts; however, styles are changing and more men are beginning to experiment and latch on to some of the newer trends that have been began to become popular. Several men’s hairstyle trends have made their ubiquitous appearances in 2011.

Here’s our guide to some of the hotter and more popular hairstyles of 2011.

The Caesar Cut
The hairstyle was named after a Roman General by the name of Julius Caesar, who wore his hair short and with a horizontally straight cut fringe. As popularized by American actors George Clooney and Sam Worthington, this hair-cut and its overall simple attributes, yet handsome look has inspired men everywhere to pursue this particular style.

Ex-Tiger Woods mistress Rachel Uchitel now a private detective -

The newly minted Charlie's Angel says she's ready for anything. But there is one kind of case she's not interested in -- wayward husbands.

"Obviously, people want to go down the 'cheating' road, and assume it's all about me finding cheating spouses," says Uchitel. "But I'm less interested in that.

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NY Times Online Access No Longer Free

An email I received:

An important announcement from
the publisher of The New York Times

Dear New York Times Reader,

Today marks a significant transition for The New York Times as we introduce digital subscriptions. It’s an important step that we hope you will see as an investment in The Times, one that will strengthen our ability to provide high-quality journalism to readers around the world and on any platform. The change will primarily affect those who are heavy consumers of the content on our Web site and on mobile applications.

This change comes in two stages. Today, we are rolling out digital subscriptions to our readers in Canada, which will enable us to fine-tune the customer experience before our global launch. On March 28, we will begin offering digital subscriptions in the U.S. and the rest of the world.

Act Two: Former Jersey Shore's Angelina in 'Mob Candy' Mag

At first blush, it looks like she blew it -- quitting not one but two seasons of Jersey Shore, which went on to become a mega hit. Angelina couldn't have known how successful the show would be when she walked out after a handful of episodes in the first season, but by season two, she should have known that, had she only sucked it up, she likely could've walked away with hugely profitable endorsement deals. But, as it turns out, she landed on her feet, though how high she goes now relies on her talent, her ability, not chance casting on a reality show.
As the High Low put it about season three of Jersey Shore: The show has made bona fide stars out of the group, with8.45 million peopletuning in to watch the show’s premiere. Just look at Mike The Situation: According to Hollywood Reporter: "Breakout star Sorrentino (aka the Situation) has jumped at the opportunity to capitalize on his fame. By year's end [last year], the 29-year-old stands to earn more than $5 million, a s…