By Nate Millado

Julianne Moore

Actress Julianne Moore in an early role on As the World Turns.

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The Oscar-winning actress won an Emmy in 1988 for playing half-sisters Frannie and Sabrina Hughes on As the World Turns.

Christopher Reeve

A shirtless Christopher Reeve answers a phone on Love of Life.

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Coldhearted cad Ben Harper on Love of Life (1975–1976) was married to two women at the same time! So Reeve was well-prepped to play a reporter living a double life in Superman.

Kelly Preston

A young Kelly Preston poses in a red sweater against a coral colored background.

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She was Jerry Maguire's brutally honest fiancée, but in 1982 Preston played Gillian McCandless in the political soap Capitol.

Taye Diggs

Actor Taye Diggs in a scene from the CBS soap Guiding Light.

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The Rent star leapt from stage to screen, making his TV debut in 1997 on Guiding Light as Adrian "Sugar" Hill, who dated Dahlia Crede (Sharon Leal). Now he plays Coach Billy Baker on The CW series All American.

Jason Biggs

A young Jason Biggs poses in a baseball jersey wearing a walkman and smiling at the camera.

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Before he was caught in a compromising situation with a plate of pastry, the American Pie star played troubled teen Pete Wendell on As the World Turns (1994–1995).

Ming-Na Wen

A very young Ming-Na Wen sits wearing a chunky 80's sweater and smiles.

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Before she voiced Mulan, Wen arrived in Oakdale in 1988 as Lien, Tom Hughes' love child from Vietnam. She left As the World Turns three years later.

Marisa Tomei

A young Marisa Tomei smiles at a beach location for As the World Turns.

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Her As the World Turns character, Marcy Thompson Cushing (1984–1985), falsely accused Dr. Bob Hughes (Don Hastings) of sexual harassment—then went on to marry a prince.

Melina Kanakaredes

An early posed photo of actress Melina Kanakaredes.

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For six seasons, she played Det. Stella Bonasera on CSI: NY; for four years, she played sweet Eleni Andros Cooper on Guiding Light (1991–1995).

Paul Wesley and Brittany Snow

A publicity photo from Guiding Light of actors Paul Wesley and Brittany Snow.

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The good vamp was a bad boy. Wesley—best known as bloodsucking heartthrob Stefan Salvatore—now stars in Tell Me A Story's re-imagined fairy tales, but once upon a time Wesley played troubled teen Max Nickerson on Guiding Light.

Snow was pitch-perfect as Susan "Daisy" Lemay on Guiding Light (1999–2000); Daisy dated Max Nickerson, played by Paul Wesley (The Vampire Diaries and Tell Me A Story).

David Hasselhoff

Black and white still of David Hasselhoff from The Young and the Restless.

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Before co-starring with a talking car and slo-mo lifeguards, The Hoff started his career on The Young and the Restless as Dr. William "Snapper" Foster Jr. (1975–1982)

Hayden Panettiere

A portrait of a very young Hayden Panettiere from her child star days on Guiding Light.

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She's played a superhero cheerleader and a country crooner from Nashville, but Panettiere also battled leukemia as Lizzie Spaulding on Guiding Light.

Shemar Moore

An early still image of actor Shemar Moore as Malcom Winters on The Young and the Restless.

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He's since starred in Criminal Minds and S.W.A.T., but one of Shemar Moore's most memorable roles remains Malcolm Winters on The Young and the Restless. The Emmy winner returned to Genoa City in 2019 to pay respects to his onscreen brother, Neil Winters (Kristoff St. John).

Dana Delany

A photo of a young Dana Delany in set for Love of Life.

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Before her star-making role as an American nurse in the Vietnam War, Delany played bad girl Amy Russell in Love of Life in 1980.

Eva Longoria

An early photo of Eva Longoria from The Young and the Restless.

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She wasn't a housewife then, but The Young and the Restless' Isabella Braña (2001–2003) was still desperate to hang on to Paul (Doug Davidson) by giving birth to his son and attempting to kill Christine (Lauralee Bell).

Kevin Bacon

An early twenties Kevin Bacon smiles somewhat awkwardly for the camera.

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Bacon played alcoholic teen Tim "T.J." Werner on Guiding Light from 1980 to 1981, a few years before he got footloose.

Meg Ryan

A young Meg Ryan smiles and hugs herself while wearing a grey and red checked sweater.

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The rom-com queen played Betsy Stewart on As the World Turns from 1982 to 1984; her wedding to Steve Andropolous drew 20 million viewers! Yes! Yes! Yes!

James Earl Jones

An early black and white photo of a young James Earl Jones smiling broadly at the camera.

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The voice of Darth Vader and Mufasa appeared on two CBS soaps in the 1960s, portraying a doctor on both Guiding Light (Dr. Jim Frazier) and As the World Turns (Dr. Jerry Turner).

Originally published in Watch Magazine, November-December 2020.

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By Nate Millado

Could the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards® end up being a Ladies' Night? The feeling's right, considering that Beyoncé, Taylor Swift and Dua Lipa scored among the most nominations heading into the 2021 ceremony — broadcasting live Sunday, March 14, on CBS and CBS All Access. (Queen Bey leads the field with nine nominations, while Billie Eilish and Megan Thee Stallion also racked up multiple nods.)

One thing's for sure: Expect to be blown away by unforgettable GRAMMY moments! Female artists have gifted the GRAMMYs with some of the most memorable performances of all time! Watch rounds up a few of our faves.

The 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards will be broadcast live from Staples Center in Los Angeles Sunday, March 14, 2021 at 8/5 PT on CBS and CBS All Access. Comedy Central's Emmy Award–winning The Daily Show host and comedian Trevor Noah will host.

Lizzo — "Cuz I Love You/Truth Hurts" (2020)

"Welcome to the GRAMMYs, b—!" Lizzo delivered a one-two punch when she kicked off the 62nd annual ceremony. The genre-bending powerhouse donned a shimmering, crystallized gown for an impassioned rendition of "Cuz I Love You," backed by a full orchestra. Lizzo switched gears (and outfits) for her ebullient chart-topper "Truth Hurts" and even busted out her social media–famous flute. Now that's how you open a show!

Lady Gaga — "Born This Way" (2011)

Lady Gaga hatched another unpredictable crowd-pleaser at The 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards, when she emerged from an egg-like cocoon to perform her high-energy self-acceptance anthem, "Born This Way."

P!nk — "Glitter in the Air" (2010)

P!nk brought the DRAMA and death-defying acrobatics to the 52nd GRAMMYs. She bared all with raw vocals and a revealing bodysuit, then drenched the A-list crowd with rain-soaked twirls. Ten years later, her jaw-dropping performance of "Glitter in the Air" remains one of the most buzzed-about GRAMMY moments.

Billie Eilish — "when the party's over" (2020)

This understated performance of "when the party's over" cemented Billie Eilish as last year's GRAMMYs darling. Accompanied by brother Finneas, Billie delivered delicate vocals for her GRAMMY stage debut. The history-making 18-year-old swept Record of the Year, Album of the Year, and Song of the Year, becoming the youngest artist to do so!

Kesha — "Praying" (2018)

Kesha performing her song Praying with celebrity friends at the GRAMMYs

Kesha's performance of her single "Praying," joined on stage by Cyndi Lauper, Camila Cabello, Andra Day, Julia Michaels and Bebe Rexha and the Resistance Revival Chorus at the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards broadcast.

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Sexual assault survivor Kesha threw her support behind the #MeToo movement, with a little help from her friends. Introducing the powerfully electric performance of "Praying," Janelle Monáe said, "We come in peace, but we mean business." Clad in suffragette white, Cyndi Lauper, Camila Cabello, Bebe Rexha, Andra Day and Julia Michaels joined an emotional Kesha onstage for an inspirational singalong.

Ariana Grande — "Imagine/7 Rings/Thank U, Next" (2020)

The pony-tailed powerhouse performed a medley of her hits — and even snuck in "My Favorite Things" from The Sound of Music—at The 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards. Thank U, Ariana Grande!

Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean — "Hips Don't Lie" (2007)

Shakira absolutely slayed the Super Bowl stage last year with J-Lo — but her truth-telling hips have been wowing audiences for decades, including at The 49th Annual GRAMMY Awards with a Bollywood-inspired performance of "Hips Don't Lie."

Mariah Carey — "We Belong Together/Fly Like A Bird" (2006)

Mariah Carey first hit the GRAMMY stage three decades ago, boasting a multi-octave range (and whistle tones) when she belted out "Vision of Love." The Elusive Chanteuse walked away with two 1990 gramophones — for Best New Artist and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance — but had to wait another16 years before winning her next three, for her comeback album, The Emancipation of Mimi. Following her record-breaking hit "We Belong Together," Mimi took us to church — backed by a gospel choir — with "Fly Like a Bird."

Adele — "Fastlove" (2017)

Adele performs a George Michael tribute at the GRAMMY Awards

Adele performs during The 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards, broadcast live on CBS from Staples Center in Los Angeles.

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Ever the perfectionist, Adele stopped herself seconds into her George Michael tribute at The 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards. "Can we please start it again? I'm sorry, I can't mess this up for him," she instructed her band, before singing a flawless rendition of the late great's "Fastlove."

But the British songstress' rollercoaster evening ended in triumph, as Adele swept Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Pop Solo Performance for "Hello"plus Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album for 25.

Beyoncé — "Love Drought/Sandcastles" (2017)

Carrying twins (!!), Beyoncé delivered another stunning performance. She once again led the field at the 59th edition of the kudos fest (with nine nods), and the GRAMMY Golden Girl dressed the part, wearing a gold floor-length gown with a golden halo headpiece. The world collectively gasped as a very-pregnant Bey leaned waaaaaaay back on a precarious chair at the edge of a table.

Christina Aguilera — "It's a Man's Man's Man's World" (2007)

"It's a man's world, but it would be nothing without a woman or a girl!" Christina Aguilera was the GRAMMYs' Best New Artist in 1999 — and nearly a decade later, Xtina demonstrated why she beat the likes of Macy Gray, Kid Rock and fellow former Mouseketeer Britney Spears with a career-defining performance of the James Brown classic.

Madonna — "Hung Up" (2006)

Madonna got animated when she opened The 48th Annual GRAMMY Awards with cartoon alt-band Gorillaz for a mash-up of "Feel Good Inc." and Madge's disco-dance hit "Hung Up."

Tina Turner featuring Beyoncé — "Proud Mary" (2008)

At The 50th Annual GRAMMY Awards, Tina Turner invited Beyoncé to join her for an energetic performance of "Proud Mary," the legend's first concert performance in seven years. It's not the only time Bey has held her own opposite an icon: she memorably brought down the house with Prince at the 2004 GRAMMYs.

Taylor Swift — "Mean" (2012)

Taylor Swift has won 10 gramophones — including two for Album of the Year — so it's hard to believe there was ever a time on the GRAMMY stage that the singer-songwriter was stunned by a Standing O. But that's exactly what happened at The 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards, following her rousing rendition of "Mean," where she delivered the tweaked line, "Someday I'll be singing this at the GRAMMYs."

Jennifer Hudson — "I Will Always Love You" (2012)

When the late, great Whitney Houston died a day before the 55th awards in 2012, the GRAMMYs scrambled for a last-minute tribute befitting the fallen icon. Enter Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson, who sang a moving rendition of Whitney's biggest hit, "I Will Always Love You." Watch J-Hud's full performance at the GRAMMY website!

Alicia Keys — "Songs I Wish I Wrote" (2019)

Fifteen-time GRAMMY winner Alicia Keys hosted the 61st edition and welcomed the audience to Club Keys, "where the music is cool and timeless." Only someone as talented as Alicia would play dueling pianos (against herself!).

She then launched into a medley of those timeless songs she wishes she'd written, including Roberta Flack's "Killing Me Softly," Kings of Leon's "Use Somebody" and Drake's "In My Feelings," before closing with her own hit with Jay-Z, "Empire State of Mind." Alicia left such an indelible impression that the Recording Academy asked her to return as host the next year!

SEE MORE: 2020 GRAMMY Award Nominations: The Complete List Of Nominees

Watch the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards, hosted by Trevor Noah, which will be broadcast live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles at 8PM ET/5PM PT on Sunday, March 14 on CBS and CBS All Access.

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By Maria Neuman

With many of us trading in long commutes and lunch meetings for Zoom calls on our laptops, there's no better time to spruce up your home office than now. "One of the best ways to create a mood and change is with lighting and color," says Hilda Stark, production designer on The Good Fight. "Natural light is best, but other sources like desk lamps on side tables are good, too."

Office space from the set of TV show The Good Fight

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Stark also suggests adding pops of color with a bright lampshade, vase, or artwork. "I love a dash of red or yellow," she says. Other ways to bring personality to your 9-to-5 nook are by painting one wall in a bold contrast hue, investing in a couple of potted plants ("having something to take care of makes you feel good"), or finding a few key pieces that make you happy, like Diane's (Christine Baranski) whimsical Victorian painting. "The neutrality of this year has felt oppressive, but small things can really liven up a space," says Stark.With that in mind, let's go shopping.

The Good Fight streams exclusively on CBS All Access.


Keep it simple when transforming your home office.


Bright patterned rug

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Anchor your office with a standout rug. Bungalow Rose navy/gray area rug, $68.


Green house plant in white pot

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Plants are an instant mood booster and the perfect office mate. Thorsen's Greenhouse live snake plant, $32.


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Small touches can liven up a workspace. World Menagerie decorative boxes, $81.


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"It's the accessories, especially the lighting, that really change a space," says Stark. Grovelane table lamp, $68.

Adrian Boseman's Office

Office space from the set of TV show The Good Fight

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"Both Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) and Adrian Boseman (Delroy Lindo) have a strong sensibility of who they are, which is reflected in their office décor," says Stark.

Originally published in Watch Magazine, November-December 2020.

The Good Fight exclusively streams on CBS All Access.

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By Holly Claytor

Susie Yang's book, White Ivy, is a stunning debut novel filled with surprising twists and a nuanced exploration of class and race. A young woman's crush on a privileged former classmate becomes a story of love, lies, and dark obsession, offering stark insights into the immigrant experience as it hurtles to its electrifying ending.

Ivy's immigrant grandmother teaches Ivy how to pilfer items from yard sales and second-hand shops. Thieving allows Ivy to accumulate the trappings of a suburban teen—and, most importantly, to attract the attention of Gideon Speyer, the golden boy of a wealthy family.

Years later, when Ivy bumps into Gideon's sister, a reconnection feels like fate. Slowly, Ivy intertwines her life with Gideon's, attending fancy dinners and weekend getaways to the cape. But just as Ivy is about to have everything she's ever wanted, a ghost from her past resurfaces, threatening the nearly-perfect life she's worked so hard to build.

Read and discuss White Ivy by author Susie Yang all month long! Get reading group guide via the official book page.

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