Gwyneth Paltrow is taking on critics of her lifestyle Web site, Goop.com, just days after The New York Times published an article questioning the site's relevance in light of a barrage of published swipes against its cardio-workout and pizza-recipe content....
"I think the people who are criticizing it or criticizing the idea of it, don't really get it, because if they did, they would like it," Paltrow, 36, told PEOPLE Wednesday night...
Adriana has been cooking a lot of GOOP recipes the past month to great effect. Gwyneth, if you are googling yourself, we get it!
Manuel is a pure freelancer – an intelligent but spontaneous administrator who isn’t afraid to tweak his players… Manuel wants the Mets to know he thinks outside the box, although he’s not necessarily obsessed with tranquility. ‘I know what’s going on with the Yankees, but to be honest, I don’t mind adversity once in a while,’ the manager said. ‘I find that it brings a team together. So I’m not too hung up on everyone being happy all the time.’
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