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Harry Potter 7 Goes Green

by Rebecca Carter

Harry Potter & crew have been gracing the pages of Ecorazzi lately. Emma Watson recently donated some Potter items to a charity auction for the Wild Trout Trust, while Daniel

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Green-Themed Mags Hit Newsstands Today

by Rebecca Carter

Two magazines hit the stands today all dressed in green. Both Country Home and Town & Country published their April 2007 editions with a green theme, just in time for

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Celebrity Advice, Take 3

by Rebecca Carter

We’ve discussed the topic before: celebrities give lots of advice. We’ve also recommended that you research on your own before listening to random advice from people that aren’t necessarily experts.

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Bono To Take on Vanity Fair & Re-Brand Africa

by Rebecca Carter

Bono is kicking it up a notch. In his continued dedication to the cause, Bono will be taking his efforts to the next level. For now, think of his new

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Newsweek Interview With Clooney: For Non-U.S. Eyes Only

by Michael dEstries

There’s been some interesting controversy over the past few days on Newsweek’s decision to censor an exclusive George Clooney interview from the U.S. market. Clooney has always been known as

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Scarlett Tests for HIV Regularly

by Rebecca Carter

In what I think is a great example to set for everyone, Scarlett Johansson tells Allure that she is tested for STDs on a regular basis: “I get tested for HIV

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Say Hello! to Celeb Philanthropists

by Rebecca Carter

Hello Magazine will feature a 13-page spread this week full of reader selected celebrity humanitarians. Who won? Brangelina, of course, as they can “be credited with humanizing the plight of

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