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People June 14, 2021

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English
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Meredith Corporation
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54 Issues

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1 min
great father’s day gifts under $50!

Better Body Basics Upgrade Dad’s grooming routine! This exfoliating body wash and lotion set has a sophisticated citrus and vanilla scent. Cookware for the Impatient Chef Created with chef David Chang, this heat-resistant glass vessel is designed for making fast, gourmet meals in the microwave—then eating, storing or reheating them. The Ultimate Comfort Wear These amazingly soft tees and boxer-style shorts (with pockets!) in coordinating colors may be the best thing to come out of the work-from-home year. Above-Par Ice Cubes Save the chips for the green: This jumbo silicone mold creates 2.5-in. golf ball-shaped ice spheres that melt super slowly so drinks don’t get watered down. A Low-Stress DIY Project This easy-to-assemble avian camper puts a retro twist on the time-honored bonding activity of building a birdhouse with Dad—no construction know-how required! His New Favorite Summer Shoe A budget-friendly take…

10 min
ricky

Ricky Martin begins his day in silence. It’s fleeting, as it is for most parents—he has four kids under 13. “I have to find quiet before my babies wake up,” he says. Most mornings he gets up around 5:30 and finds a peaceful spot in his Beverly Hills home. “I go into yoga position, close my eyes,” he says, “and just take off for a minute.” He can be forgiven for needing a minute. It’s been more than two decades since Ricky Martin arrived, Venus in leather pants on a clamshell. He shook up the American pop establishment with a thrust of his hips and the invincible chorus of “Livin’ la Vida Loca” pulsing at 180 beats per minute. Women wanted him. Men wanted him. Madonna wanted him. (They recorded a duet…

7 min
frank & me

In the final years of his life, there was no one closer to Frank Sinatra than Tony Oppedisano. From the time the Brooklyn-born jazz musician met the legendary entertainer at Jilly’s, Sinatra’s favorite Manhattan nightclub, in 1972, “it was like we’d known each other for years,” Oppedisano says. They bonded over their shared Italian roots, love of the American songbook and the value they both placed on loyalty, and when that first night ended—at 6 the next morning—Oppedisano says, “I knew my life would never be the same.” ‘HE COULD MESMERIZE A ROOM JUST BY WALKING THROUGH THE DOOR’ “Tony O” became Sinatra’s road manager and eventually his close confidant. Over long evenings at the singer’s beloved Palm Springs compound, the man known as the Voice revealed secrets he’d long held close,…

6 min
people picks

APPLE TV+ | Lisey’s Story A fantastical, frightening exploration of grief DRAMA The latest Stephen King adaptation is a standout, in part because the prolific author has described the romantic thriller as among his favorites—and because he’s written the eight-episode limited series himself. Julianne Moore stars as Lisey (pronounced “lee-see”), a widow who is struggling to find her footing two years after the death of her husband, Scott (Clive Owen), a famous author. Grief is like a scavenger hunt, she theorizes: “My prize is learning how to be alone, which is not much of a prize.” As Lisey attempts to clean out the barn where Scott once worked, she is hounded by both a professor (Ron Cephas Jones) and a terrifying superfan (Dane DeHaan) to release Scott’s unpublished manuscripts. Meanwhile, she’s also looking…

1 min
byron halliburton: mini pecan pies with peanut butter cream

6 large eggs1⅓ cups granulated sugar1⅓ cups light corn syrup1 Tbsp. unsalted butter, melted1 Tbsp. plus ½ tsp. vanilla extract½ tsp. plus ⅛ tsp. kosher salt, divided2 cups pecan halves, coarsely chopped⅓ cup creamy peanut butter3 Tbsp. unsalted butter, softened1⅓ cups powdered sugar, plus more for dusting2 Tbsp. heavy whipping cream 1. Preheat oven to 325°. Place eight ½-pint wide-mouth glass jars on a foil-lined rimmed baking sheet. 2. Whisk together eggs, sugar, corn syrup, melted butter, 1 tablespoon vanilla and ½ teaspoon salt in a large bowl. Fold in pecans. Divide mixture evenly among jars. Bake until set, 35 to 45 minutes. Transfer to a wire rack to cool completely, about 1 hour. 3. Meanwhile, make the frosting: Beat peanut butter and softened butter with an electric mixer on low speed in…

2 min
stories to make you smile!

An Art-loving Cockatoo Finds Fame With Painting MELBOURNE, FLA. The next Picasso could be a parrot! Meet Goofy, a salmon-crested cockatoo at Florida’s Brevard Zoo, who dabbles in abstract art. In 2017, soon after Goofy arrived at the zoo, the cockatoo’s caretakers noticed the 27-year-old bird’s quick wit and interest in learning. “He loves being the center of attention,” says Jenna Bakhuizen, a keeper at the zoo. The zoo decided to help the bird steal the spotlight by teaching him to paint. Through positive-reinforcement training, Goofy learned to hold a sponge dipped in watercolor paint in his beak and sweep it across a canvas next to his perch. Goofy’s completed paintings are gifted to classrooms or auctioned to support local charities. For each artwork, Goofy gets a treat—peanuts and sunflower seeds are…