Month: April 2024

Lacrosse, a fast-paced and exciting sport, has been gaining popularity all over the world. But did you know that besides being a great source of entertainment, playing lacrosse can also have numerous mental and physical benefits? Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out, this unique sport offers a wide range of advantages that
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Sophia Henry Winslow and her neighbor Sophie Gershowitz are best friends with a lot in common. They both go by “Sophie,” love the color mauve, aren’t big fans of quesadillas and loathe gossip. And both Sophies, as readers learn in Lois Lowry’s lovely and moving Tree. Table. Book., embody the saying that “age is just
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Empires and nation-states are remembered for their monuments, but they also leave behind plenty of miniatures. Inside the Egyptian pyramids, within the chamber where the pharaoh’s mummy rests, stand collections of little statues—wooden figurines of mummified servants, clay hippos painted turquoise—to remind the ruler how the world once looked. Academics have complained that miniatures suffer
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Director Adrian Carr, who worked with Essie on his 2005 short film Blood Makes Noise, also paid tribute to the makeup artist that day. “How does one process the loss of a vital, vivacious, loving, intellectual, kind, generous, ageless, beautiful spirit… RIP Essie,” he wrote on Facebook. “Devastated… This morning Rosemary and I learned our dear,
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Nicki Minaj Throws Thing At Fan Onstage Video The trend of people throwing things onstage at musicians, unfortunately, continues. Speaking of that last incident, let’s check in on Nicki Minaj‘s latest tour stop in Detroit. During the show, a fan apparently threw something at Nicki from onstage. Can you guess what happened next? That’s right:
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Three days after its release, how’s the double album landing? And was Swift’s approach to this highly personal project successful? Nora Princiotti and Nathan Hubbard discuss on ‘Every Single Album.’ Getty Images/Ringer illustration At midnight on Friday, Taylor Swift released her 11th album, The Tortured Poets Department—a collection of 16 raw and vulnerable songs, partially
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Nora and Nathan are here to dive into the album and discuss “Fortnight,” how Swift is grappling with her level of fame, and much more! Photo by ANTONIN UTZ/AFP via Getty Images It’s the inaugural meeting of the Tortured Podcasters Department. Nora and Nathan discuss the rollout for this album and how Taylor Swift’s release
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