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Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

Christina Applegate Interview

Mother and actress Christina Applegate tells us why she's more comfortable in dramatic roles than comedic. Christina speaks about a cause very lose to her heart. The breast cancer survivor founded Right Action for Women to provide 400 women annually with doctor-ordered MRIs. She discusses the alarming epidemic of younger and younger women getting diagnosed with the disease and what environmental factors she thinks may be contributing to the statistics. Later, Christina hosts a children's fashion show featuring denim, shoes, T-shirts, dresses, and more from Fabkids and discusses her daughter's fashion sense.

Get more information about Christina's foundation rightactionforwomen.org

Check out Fabkids.com for the latest children's fashion.


Cristina's No-Bake Peach Pie

No Bake Peach Pie Cristina's feeling peachy today since the flavorful fruit is in season. And, no need to break a sweat while assembling this peach pie. Cristina demonstrates how to make this dessert without heating up the oven. She walks us through the steps to making a cinnamon graham cracker crust and folding peaches and whipped cream in a mixture. Then, she adds extra peaches and fresh mint on top.

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Fabulous Pool Essentials

Kym Douglas and Mark take a dip in the pool and enjoy lounging on an inflatable float designed for two. If you like rougher waters, the raft is also great for the ocean and river. Since it's so essential to stay hydrated while in the sun, keep beverages such as iced tea and water just an arm's reach away in this floating cooler. Also, learn about the benefits of powdered sunblock.

Kym's suggested products:

Arizona Beverages: DrinkArizona.com
Double Salon Lounge: Wowwatersports.com
Floating Cooler: Intexcorp.com
Mineral Sun Protection Powder: labelladonna.com

Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com


Harry Lennix Interview

Harry Lennix shares details behind the premise of "The Blacklist." We also learn an interesting piece of trivia about the actor. He originally planned to become a priest and dreamed of becoming the first pope of African-American descent. Harry's passion for helping others translates well to his history as a Chicago public school substitute teacher. He offers commentary on childhood hunger and the state of education in America. Plus, Harry elaborates on his appreciation of Shakespeare and involvement in "H4," a new production of "Henry IV." And, Harry speaks in his best President Barack Obama voice.

Follow Harry on Twitter @HarryLennix


DIY Glowing Slime

Tanya Memme shows you how to keep your kids busy indoors by making your very own Polka Dot Slime! While you are at it, you can show the kids how to make their own Rainbow and Colored Ice Blocks!

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Get more from Tanya at TanyaMemme.com


Steve Ho and his Stunts

Professional stuntman Steven Ho has trained the likes of Brad Pitt, James Franco, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Tobey Maguire for action-packed film roles. Find out how Brad prepared for all the sword fighting scenes in "Troy." Steven also reveals he's the stuntman underneath the Donatello costume in "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles." Then, he teaches Mark, Cristina, and Kym how to throw and react to fake punches, kicks, and more.

Laura Nativo’s Sandbox for Dogs

Noah's Arc docks in the "Home & Family" yard when Laura Nativo constructs a DIY doggie sandbox in the shape of a sailboat. This will keep your pooch digging for buried treasure in a designated area, without fear of escaping underneath your fence.

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Check out more from Laura at LauraNativo.com