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18 Mar 19
NoVa Caps

  Joe Snively, the Yale senior forward and Herndon, Virginia native, who recently signed a two-year entry level contract with the Washington Capitals, met with the media via conference call Monday afternoon to discuss signing with his hometown team. Snively, 23, spent four years playing youth hockey for the Little Caps program at then-Kettler Iceplex. […]

18 Mar 19
Star Citizen Players

This Week in Star Citizen: via RSI Comm-Link Hello everyone, Last week, the February Monthly Report gave you insight into what our studios around the globe have been up to for the past month. We also celebrated all things green for St. Patrick’s Day, or should I say Stella Fortuna, with a special edition of […]

18 Mar 19

Somehow it felt like a lifetime ago since we were last in Pittsburgh. It’s crazy how one week could feel like much longer. While I’m glad to be back, never once during our trip did I wish I could go back home. I can’t think of anything majorly negatively looking back despite the challenges and […]

18 Mar 19
Us Weekly
If there’s one skincare concern we all have, it’s the bags and circles underneath our eyes. Whether they’re genetic or the result of a sleepless night, we want them gone. Fast. Even if we don’t have them now, we know they’re coming, and the more intensely we can prevent them, the better. We can use eye cream and get lots of sleep, and that’s great, but a little backup goes a long way, and one of our favorite reality stars of all time can attest to that. [ami-related id=”- Click to search articles -” url=”https://www.usmagazine.com/shop-with-us/news/jojo-fletcher-bachelorette-cream-moisturizer-beauty-skincare-dewy-glow-anti-aging-dry-mature/” title=”Shop With Us: JoJo Fletcher Uses This Cream Year-Round for a ‘Glow From Within’” target=”” inset=”true”] The 111SKIN Celestial Black Diamond Eye Mask is a favorite of Kristin Cavallari, who listed it as one of her beauty must-haves in a recent video. 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They have a granactive retinoid, and no, we don’t need a prescription for it! Retinoids are extremely popular with dermatologists when it comes to anti-aging solutions, as well as for acne. This retinoid may totally blur out the fine lines and wrinkles underneath our eyes, as well as reduce UV damage, such as hyperpigmentation. Along with the retinoid comes the hyaluronic acid. If we’re going to be using a retinoid, we need something hydrating and moisturizing to keep our skin plump and healthy. The hyaluronic acid works with niacinamide, another star skin ingredient known for its claims to reduce redness, even out skin tone, fill in fine lines and brighten up our complexion. Oh, and we can’t forget the super sterol liquid, which is a natural emollient that may soften our skin even further. That’s not the end of this supergroup of skin saviors! These eye masks also contain NeurobioxTM, which might be a new one for many of us. This yarrow extract claims to act as a “skin biosurfacer.” We’ll explain. This ingredient may work similarly to glycolic acid, shrinking the appearance of pores and “rejuvenating” our skin for a smoothed out glow. These masks also have a “potent peptide” to target anti-aging and, of course, black diamond particles, which may help all of this goodness absorb even deeper. Luckily, the masks themselves were made to encourage maximum absorption power. They’re no cotton pads. They’re made of hydrophilic hydrogel, which claims to have “superior adherence” to the skin! To use these eye masks, we first start by cleansing, following up with toner, patting and pressing it into the skin. Once skin is dry, remove the protective films from both sides of the masks, and apply the remaining middle sheets to the under-eye area, shaping them to fit the natural curve of the eye as shown on the package. Leave on for 20 minutes or until completely dry, and then peel off and continue with skincare routine. Always moisturize! We love these eye masks because they don’t affect our ability to go about our lives like a sheet mask does. With a sheet mask, we can’t open our mouth up more than half an inch and we’re afraid to move around too much, but these eye masks keep things easy. We may even forget they’re on, so we may want to set an alarm! So we know this set of eight masks is a great pick for Cavallari, but not all of us star in a hit television show. Luckily, these eye masks are for everyone! They’re a fantastic choice for travelers, especially when jet lag is an issue. They’re also ideal for studying students or late-shift employees who can never seem to get enough sleep. Actually, the same goes for day-shift employees. Moms would appreciate this as a gift too, and it would also be a refreshing treatment after a tough gym session! With these eye masks, we may be on our way to more youthful and more radiant skin, so get ready to say bye to dryness, puffiness and dark circles! We know we can’t wait. See it: Get a set of eight 111SKIN Celestial Black Diamond Eye Masks starting at just $98 at Dermstore! Looking for something else? Check out more from 111SKIN here and other eye care products available at Dermstore here! Check out more of our picks and deals here! This post is brought to you by Us Weekly’s Shop With Us team. The Shop With Us team aims to highlight products and services our readers might find interesting and useful. Product and service selection, however, is in no way intended to constitute an endorsement by either Us Weekly or of any celebrity mentioned in the post. The Shop With Us team may receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. In addition, Us Weekly receives compensation from the manufacturer of the products we write about when you click on a link and then purchase the product featured in an article. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product or service is featured or recommended. 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18 Mar 19
Live Healthy Live Well

Exercise has some amazing benefits. It can boost your mood, sharpen your focus, reduce your stress, and improve your sleep. So let’s get moving. Did you know that all activity counts? It all adds up. Adults need to shoot for 150 minutes of moderate intensity aerobic activity and 2 muscle-strengthening activities each week. What is […]

18 Mar 19
Layups with Lauren

With college conference championships, Sunday’s selection show and everyone at work asking about your bracket, it’s hard to avoid getting sucked into the beautiful, crazy black hole of March Madness. However, the NBA is still alive and well through the next couple weeks of college basketball pandemonium. Playoffs are looming for a multitude of NBA […]

18 Mar 19
Daily Breeze
Updated Daily Breeze area baseball Top 10 and next four teams on deck 1. Mira Costa 5-3 The Mustangs returned to action last week and swept Peninsula in Bay League action and defeated Camarillo in opening round of the Redondo Tournament. Bay League series with Palos Verdes is set for this week (Wednesday and Friday) and tournament meeting with Serra. 2. San Pedro 9-1 The Pirates were probably ranked too low in the preseason poll and they quickly proved that with wins over Redondo and Serra. They defeated Garfield in the El Segundo Tournament championship and kicked off the St. Paul Tournament Saturday with a 3-0 win over Norwalk. 3. Redondo 8-3 The dominant duo of Jake Thau and Drew Dalquist combined to pitch a two-hit shutout in Saturday’s 12-0 win over Santa Monica. They combined for 12 strikeouts. A Bay League series on tap this week against Centennial and then a home game against Saugus on Saturday in Redondo Tournament. 4. Carson 6-3 The Colts had a busy week, first defeating Cleveland (10-0), then Venice (6-5) in 14 innings and then a 1-0 win over Oxford Academy thanks to an Andrew Gutierrez RBI triple. 5. Serra 5-5 The Cavaliers are 2-2 in the Del Rey League. They have a series with Cathedral (Wednesday and Friday) and a tournament game with Mira Costa on Saturday. Four of their losses have been by three runs or fewer. 6. El Segundo 6-4 The Eagles swept an Ocean League series with Beverly Hills, winning by a combined score of 19-2. They opened the Redondo Tournament with a 12-2 win over Hart on Saturday. 7. South Torrance 6-3 The Spartans bounced back from a 12-5 loss to Bishop Montgomery with a 5-1 win over Palos Verdes, Saturday. Ryan McLernon went six innings, allowing one run on five hits with six strikeouts. 8. Mary Star 12-2 The Stars went 3-0 last week with league wins over Bishop Montgomery (16-2) and St. Anthony (16-6) and a 10-0 win over Whittier in the St. Paul Tournament. 9. North Torrance 12-3 The Saxons bounced back from their 6-5 loss to Mayfair (Tuesday) with a pair of one-sided victories over Morningside (28-0 and 27-0). Things should be a bit tighter this week with Torrance on the schedule. 10. Torrance 5-4-1 Angel Gonzalez drove in Neil Feist to lead the Tartars to a 5-4 win over Palos Verdes. Big Pioneer League series with North Torrance is on tap this week. On deck Palos Verdes 5-5 The Sea Kings had a wild 17-16 eight-inning win over Redondo to start the week, but then suffered losses to Torrance (5-4) and South (5-1). Bay League series with Mira Costa highlights this week’s schedule. Banning 4-5 The Pilots have lost four consecutive and will look to bounce back this week with games in the St. Paul and San Fernando Tournaments. West Torrance 5-4 The Warriors have a Pioneer League series with Morningside and then kick off play in the O.C. Lions Tournament. Bishop Montgomery 6-5 The Knights scored nine runs combined in the sixth and seventh innings to defeat South on Friday. They’re back to Camino Real League play this week against St. Anthony.
18 Mar 19
SCNG
Updated Daily Breeze area baseball Top 10 and next four teams on deck 1. Mira Costa 5-3 The Mustangs returned to action last week and swept Peninsula in Bay League action and defeated Camarillo in opening round of the Redondo Tournament. Bay League series with Palos Verdes is set for this week (Wednesday and Friday) and tournament meeting with Serra. 2. San Pedro 9-1 The Pirates were probably ranked too low in the preseason poll and they quickly proved that with wins over Redondo and Serra. They defeated Garfield in the El Segundo Tournament championship and kicked off the St. Paul Tournament Saturday with a 3-0 win over Norwalk. 3. Redondo 8-3 The dominant duo of Jake Thau and Drew Dalquist combined to pitch a two-hit shutout in Saturday’s 12-0 win over Santa Monica. They combined for 12 strikeouts. A Bay League series on tap this week against Centennial and then a home game against Saugus on Saturday in Redondo Tournament. 4. Carson 6-3 The Colts had a busy week, first defeating Cleveland (10-0), then Venice (6-5) in 14 innings and then a 1-0 win over Oxford Academy thanks to an Andrew Gutierrez RBI triple. 5. Serra 5-5 The Cavaliers are 2-2 in the Del Rey League. They have a series with Cathedral (Wednesday and Friday) and a tournament game with Mira Costa on Saturday. Four of their losses have been by three runs or fewer. 6. El Segundo 6-4 The Eagles swept an Ocean League series with Beverly Hills, winning by a combined score of 19-2. They opened the Redondo Tournament with a 12-2 win over Hart on Saturday. 7. South Torrance 6-3 The Spartans bounced back from a 12-5 loss to Bishop Montgomery with a 5-1 win over Palos Verdes, Saturday. Ryan McLernon went six innings, allowing one run on five hits with six strikeouts. 8. Mary Star 12-2 The Stars went 3-0 last week with league wins over Bishop Montgomery (16-2) and St. Anthony (16-6) and a 10-0 win over Whittier in the St. Paul Tournament. 9. North Torrance 12-3 The Saxons bounced back from their 6-5 loss to Mayfair (Tuesday) with a pair of one-sided victories over Morningside (28-0 and 27-0). Things should be a bit tighter this week with Torrance on the schedule. 10. Torrance 5-4-1 Angel Gonzalez drove in Neil Feist to lead the Tartars to a 5-4 win over Palos Verdes. Big Pioneer League series with North Torrance is on tap this week. On deck Palos Verdes 5-5 The Sea Kings had a wild 17-16 eight-inning win over Redondo to start the week, but then suffered losses to Torrance (5-4) and South (5-1). Bay League series with Mira Costa highlights this week’s schedule. Banning 4-5 The Pilots have lost four consecutive and will look to bounce back this week with games in the St. Paul and San Fernando Tournaments. West Torrance 5-4 The Warriors have a Pioneer League series with Morningside and then kick off play in the O.C. Lions Tournament. Bishop Montgomery 6-5 The Knights scored nine runs combined in the sixth and seventh innings to defeat South on Friday. They’re back to Camino Real League play this week against St. Anthony.
18 Mar 19
ProBasketballTalk

James Harden leads NBA with six 50-point games

18 Mar 19
USA TODAY Sports Brackets

Two things jump out right away about Florida, Nevada’s opponent on Thursday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. First, the Gators play some pretty solid defense. Second, they have to be one of the streakiest teams in the nation. The Wolf Pack (29-4), seventh-seeded in the West Region, and the Gators (19-15) will […]

18 Mar 19
USA TODAY Sports Brackets

There are more than a few compelling storylines surrounding the 2019 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament, as the "other'' March Madness gets underway this Friday.  The 2019 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament Selection Show will be broadcast March 18 on ESPN. Check back then for all the matchups and television times as the tournament field is announced. Game schedule […]

18 Mar 19
Parlay Game

Dan Wolken UNITED STATES TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 14:58 EDT on 18 March 2019 CHARLOTTE, NC – On Friday afternoon, several executives from the ESPN Conference and the Atlantic Coast Conference gathered in a Spectrum Center venue for the first of a series of programming announcements leading to launch of the new […]

18 Mar 19
The Scorecrow

The Celtics are coming off a solid 2-1 week, they looked great in two of the three games. They played with a lack of effort on the defensive end and didn’t move the ball well in the game they lost. Due to their sloppy play, they got blown out by the LA Clippers.

18 Mar 19
TNS.COM

Travis Scott has vehemently deniedcheating on Kylie Jenner after rumors broke that they had a fight after she supposedly found “evidence” of his infidelity. Since then, TMZ reports, their relationship just hasn’t been the same. TMZ reports that since the alleged fight, their relationship “isn’t even close to what it used to be.” According to sources close […]