Nancy Grace Interview

With Cristina on vacation, Nancy Grace sits in with Mark on Home & Family. Nancy recently surprised her children with a family trip to London to visit Harry Potter Land. Aside from hosting her show “Nancy Grace” and raising her twins, she loves spending her free time scrapbooking, too.
Don't miss "Nancy Grace," Monday-Thursday, 8/7c on HLN.

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Boston Cream Pie Cupcakes

The pastry chef and owner of Kyra’s Bake Shop of Portland, Oregon is in the Home & Family kitchen baking Boston Cream Pie Cupcakes. The judges of “Cupcake Wars” have told Kyra she bakes the best cupcakes they ever had! She points out that the three basic components to stability in baking are sugar, eggs and gluten. Now you can buy gluten-free flour to use.

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Creating the Perfect Day Spa At Home

Sophie Uliano and Kym Douglas team up to show how to create your very own relaxing day spa at home. The ladies recommend robes, slippers, herb-infused water and a DIY facial mask and you will feel like a princess in your own home!

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Robes and Slippers provided by Seasons of Westlake Village

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Jillian Rose Reed Interview

The actress opens up about her character, Tamara, on the MTV series, “Awkward.” Jillian relates to her character and says she wasn’t a cool girl in school. She also thinks her show relates the most to high schoolers because the producers actually talked to high schoolers for research. The new season is extra-special because the students are seniors this year. After the interview, Mark gives her a little pop quiz on the hot slang teenagers are using.
Don't miss "Awkward," Mondays, 9/8c on MTV.

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Refueling After a Workout

Food Scientist Dan Kohler is talking about refueling after a workout. He explains that electrolytes are minerals that use electric charges in the body to produce reactions and we need to find ways to replenish them while sweating. That is how muscle and brain fatigue sets in. Dan gives you the recipe of a much healthier energy drink that will help replenish those electrolytes without all the added extra sugar found in typical sports drinks.

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Fall Fashion Accessories

Debbie Matenopoulos gives you all the latest fall trends that are happening with accessories. This includes tribal-inspired accessories, pearl jewelry statement pieces, top handle purses and the color burgundy. Mixing and matching these trends will create a very chic look.

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Ask Nancy Grace

The Family members sit down and take the opportunity to ask Nancy Grace some questions about her career, her family and her passion to solve crimes.

End of the Summer Party Planning Tips - Home & Family

End of Summer Party Tips

Gus Galanis of Classic Party Rentals gives you some fun party tips to help you celebrate the end of of summer. First things first, figure out your location and your theme. He also suggests making your own bar instead of hiring a bartender and use a chalkboard to write out your menu instead of professionally getting them printed.

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Hollywood Steals

Sandie Newton is back with a whole new list of deals you can find at Hollywood Steals!

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Countdown to College

As college quickly approaches for a lot of new students, Jeanette Pavini explains that a 529 plan is a great way to save for your child’s education. The plan is also tax exempt and you can easily research which 529 plan is right for you by going online. She also emphasizes teaching your kids early on the value of money so when they enter college, they are aware of how to budget.

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