19 things to see and celebrate this October
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October has arrived, which means colorful leaves and candy out the wazoo. Of course, there's a lot more to look forward to than foliage and Halloween, though. Find out what to see, do and celebrate with Glo's guide to making the most of your month.
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Say au revoir to the Y in YSL. The brand's spring/summer 2013 show marks the debut of Saint Laurent Paris from new head designer Hedi Slimane. (Slimane has officially dropped the Yves from the brand.) Fashion insiders are waiting to see what the new name means for the iconic label.
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Humorist Ian Frazier, a staff writer at The New Yorker, has penned his hilarious first novel, The Cursing Mommy’s Book of Days. Written as a daily journal of sorts, the book recounts the frustrations of a foul-mouthed housewife, who offers up domestic advice that would make Martha Stewart cringe.
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Everybody's favorite alien is back, but not for long. To mark the 30th anniversary of E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial, the classic film returns to theaters for one night only. Find a showing in your area.
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When we first wrote about Anne Della Russo’s fabulously extravagant new line of shoes, purses, hats and jewelry for H&M, it was only available as a lookbook. But starting today, you can finally check out the accessories in stores.
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Have a martini in honor of the dashing spy, who celebrates 50 years on the big screen with Global James Bond Day. (See Glo's round-up of the most iconic Bond-girl looks.) Another perk of the unofficial holiday? Everything or Nothing: The Untold Story of 007, a new documentary, will be available through Epix.
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Jon Stewart and Bill O'Reilly are squaring off in a 90-minute pay-per-view debate dubbed "The Rumble in the Air-Conditioned Auditorium." Modeled after a presidential debate, the meeting will entail 60 minutes of back-and-forth, then 30 minutes of audience questions. Who will be declared the winner?
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Grab a box of tissues—you're going to need it for the TV adaptation of tearjerker Steel Magnolias, premiering at 9 p.m. on Lifetime. The new cast includes Alfre Woodard, Jill Scott, Phylicia Rashad and Queen Latifah, in the role played by Sally Field.
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Just in time for autumn, the latest collaboration between Orla Kiely and Uniqlo is set to arrive this month. If you like your clothes comfortable with a hint of whimsy, then you're in luck.
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A year after her song "Lights" became a hit stateside, Brit songstress Ellie Goulding releases her second album, titled Halcyon. (Watch the album trailer here.) We're predicting airy electro-pop tracks to accompany her whispery kittenish voice.
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Tiësto, named World's No. 1 DJ three consecutive times by DJ Magazine, is partnering with Guess for a capsule collection. The 22-piece line will include graphic tees, skinny jeans and zipper-detailed moto jackets.
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We're waving our rainbow flag in honor of National Coming Out Day, which was created to promote self-acceptance within the LGBT community. Click here to find out how you can get involved in the cause.
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Be Nice to the Boss14 of 20
Put any 9-to-5 tensions aside and do something nice for the big cheese for National Boss Day. Wondering when the rest of us get our due? On March 2, National Employee Appreciation Day.
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Everyone’s favorite Girl(s) is back. Lena Dunham, along with Ry Russo-Young, has co-written Nobody Walks (watch the trailer here). Starring Olivia Thirlby, the film is about a New York artist who moves into a Los Angeles beach house. That The Office's John Krasinski plays her love interest just gives us that much more reason to go see the indie flick.
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Pre-orders for the Toys 'R' Us tablet are already sold out, which means you'll have to line up at the store today when the kid-friendly learning Android hits shelves.
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Haven't had a chance to tackle the 528-page epic tome from writer David Mitchell? You can check out the movie version of Cloud Atlas, opening in theaters today.
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Sure, you have your issues with her the other 364 days of the year. But on Mother-in-Law Day (the fourth Sunday in October), it's your chance to make nice by being the doting daughter-in-law.
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The NBA season will begin with defending NBA champion the Miami Heat taking on the Boston Celtics. With Stan Van Gundy's controversial exit and the Lakers' four-team trade sweep (what? we like basketball), the season's already got us jumping out of our seats—just wait until it officially begins.
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Happy Halloween! No matter how you feel about the holiday, you can't deny that you're at least a little bit excited about these limited-edition Candy Corn Oreos. Forget how they taste—the idea of them is too much fun to resist.