May
31

Make your grad's day a safe one to remember

Got a 2021 grad in your household? Julia Grieve has fun D.I.Y. ways to create a memorable pandemic graduation celebration! Then, Shobana Lakkavally shows you how to master the graphic eyeliner trend – and how to tone it down. Plus, Chef Matt Dean Pettit is making a sweet treat in the Daily Dish, and Jackie Glass has décor hacks that are rental-approved.
May
28

Suns out, hats on! The toppers that will keep you shaded and stylish

It’s sun hat season, and Mosha Lundstrom Halbert has rounded up the coolest toppers for you. Tracy Peart has splurge-worthy beauty finds you’ll want to add to your car, while Kathleen Newman-Bremang shares what’s worth watching this weekend. Plus, are you cheugy? Watch our experts’ hilarious chat to find out.
May
27

Giving you the the snack and food recommendations to satisfy your foodie cravings

Rethink rhubarb with Chef Randy Feltis’ two delicious recipes in The Daily Dish! Shoana Jensen shows you how to throw the ultimate outdoor movie night, while opportunity is knocking with Nike Onile’s tips for amplifying your space with cool doors. Plus, Pay Chen helps us celebrate Asian Heritage Month with some incredible foodie finds.
May
26

An expert guide on dating in the digital age

It’s our Cityline Dating Special! Sexologist Shan Boodram joins us to discuss the realities of pandemic dating, plus she’s teaching the art of flirting via text. Our panel gets real on how to tell if you’re dating a player, while dating coach Damona Hoffman dissects what one single’s dating profile really says about her. Plus, a conversation on dating after divorce.
May
25

Let's talk about race, allyship, and what YOU can do!

In this special #CitylineReal on Race, we reflect on one year since the death of George Floyd and where real change has happened – and where it hasn’t. Our panel of moms share their experiences of grappling with the question, “is my child next?” Sandy Hudson and Dr. Moya Bailey join us to discuss performative allyship and hashtag activism. Plus, Kathleen Newman-Bremang and Dalton Higgins weigh in on whether Hollywood has changed its approach to inclusivity.
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