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New Jewelry Line 11 Twenty Eight Mixes Hippy Elements with Edgy Designs

Jewelry designer Mary Fenske on her favorite pieces, inspiration and what's next

Top 10 Most-Read Stories of the Year

Here are the top 10 most popular stories on our site of 2014

Dress for Success encourages January donations

Start the new year by supporting Dress for Success Columbus

Look of the Week: onesixfive Jewelry

This photo from onesixfive Jewelry has all our favorite winter staples: Knits, fur, jewelry and smiles
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Here, take a tour through several of the city’s finest boutiques, spas and more. Meet interesting owners. See spectacular spaces. And get gift ideas galore.

Holiday Fashion Shoot: Behind the Scenes at The Pearl

We spent shoot day at The Pearl, where classic cocktails, tasty eats and a stellar vibe are always on tap. We’ll toast to that.

Best Columbus Hairstylists: Meet Damon Givens of Easton's Stile Salon & Spa

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As dust clears, what's next for Sony?

ATLANTA (AP) — The Sony hacking attack continues to deliver more dramatic plotlines than any fictional movie, but meanwhile the movie studio must move forward and tackle the next steps in minimizing the mess. Will Sony eventually release "The Interview" in some form? In theaters, on DVD or online? And what recourse does the company have against the North Korean-linked hackers?

Review: Don't bet on this oddly lifeless 'Gambler' remake

"If you're not a genius, don't bother," the English professor played by Mark Walhberg in "The Gambler" blithely tells his students. That should be one clue that you're not gonna like this guy.

Angelina Jolie's latest incarnation: filmmaker

NEW YORK (AP) — In a life that has been notable for its many metamorphoses — screen starlet, Goth vixen, United Nations ambassador, mother of six, breast cancer awareness advocate — Angelina Jolie's latest incarnation is as filmmaker.

Jolie on 'Unbroken,' the Coens and acting with Pitt again

NEW YORK (AP) — For more than 50 years, Hollywood has flirted with bringing Louis Zamperini's story to the big screen. In her second movie as director, Angelina Jolie has finally filmed the story of an Olympic runner who in World War II was a castaway at sea for 47 days before being found and put in a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp. Here are excerpts from a recent interview with Jolie in which she reflected on the challenges of "Unbroken," the collaborators who helped her and the experience of working again with husband Brad Pitt for their recently shot drama "By the Sea."