Sources are confirming that Mila Kunis delivered a baby girl Tuesday night at Cedars Sinai. Kunis and her fiance Ashton Kutcher arrived at the hospital around 6 a.m. Tuesday morning. The couple remained low key and were not accompanied by anyone else.
Kunis and Kutcher have remained very private about their relationship. Here is a clip of Ellen trying to get Kunis to dish it out about her beau.
The couple first met on the set of That 70s Show and remained friends after the show ended. But it wasn’t until several years later when cupid finally struck his arrow.
Have you ever wondered how yoga came to the West? The new feature documentary AWAKE: The Life of Yogananda examines the life and teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda. The Indian Swami brought meditation and yoga in the 1920s, authored Autobiography of a Yogi, selling millions of copies and capturing the love of celebrities like Russell Simmons.
Why have his teachings resonated? They encouraged selflessness, disengaging with the world, and asked for unity.
The film examines yoga from the ancient to the present. Packed with interviews, taking viewers on holy pilgrimages in India, this unique experience should be on all yogis’ radars.
Director and CounterPoint Films founder Paola di Florio said felt compelled to tell Yogananda’s journey.
“It seemed that modern science was finally catching up with the ancient yogis of the Indus Valley. And it couldn’t have come a moment too soon. Given the destructive potential of the Atomic age, Yogananda realized it was high time for the masses to embrace these teachings of brotherhood and understanding… how we all emerge from a common ocean of consciousness. The more I read Yogananda’s writings, the more I knew I needed to make this film. And, in doing so, the lines between science and spirituality began to blur.”
For more about AWAKE: The Life of Yogananda click here.
Bulls point guard Derrick Rose donated $1 million to After School Matters - a Chicago charity that assists in organizing out-of-school apprenticeships for teens. The charity has a program at Simeon Career Academy, Rose’s alma mater.
After School Matters stated that Rose’s donation is the largest ever from the three-time NBA All-Star. “He reached out,” said E. Robbie Robinson, the vice chairman of After School Matters. “There was a conversation around what would be the best way to build a relationship. He and his family concluded this is what they wanted to do and to make a big statement.”
In a statement Rose said, “To have a strong community of people who believe in your potential can make all the difference in the world. So many people have invested in me and I want to do the same for Chicago’s teens.”
The Chicago charity, After School Matters, was founded by the late Chicago first lady Maggie Daley and former Chicago Cultural Affairs Commissioner Lois Weisberg. After School Matters now is led by Ariel Investments President Mellody Hobson, who is married to filmmaker George Lucas. Annually the program reaches out to more than 15,000 kids.
“The Good Lie” from the producers who brought you “The Blind Side” and starring Academy Award Winning actress Reese Witherspoon, chronicles the journeys of the Lost Boys of Sudan. Orphaned by the brutal Civil war in Sudan that began in 1983, these young victims traveled as many as a thousand miles on foot in search of safety. Fifteen years later, a humanitarian effort would bring 3600 lost boys and girls to America.
Go behind the scenes with The Lost Boys and their direct descendants, who share their personal stories of a journey toward freedom and a better life in this powerful featurette. Their experiences will move you. For more on “The Good Lie,” go to http://www.thegoodliemovie.com/ and be sure to see the movie, in theaters Oct.3.