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Two-time Caldecott Honor recipient Marla Frazee brings her considerable talents to a timeless celebration of birth and life in In Every Life, a wonder of a picture book.  In an introductory note, Frazee shares the long history of her book’s inception. In 1998, she witnessed a call-and-response-style blessing for a new baby. She’s made a
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Harry Melling plays a young Edgar Allen Poe in The Pale Blue Eye.Courtesy of Scott Garfield for Netflix. With Buster Scruggs, Queen’s Gambit, and now his turn as Edgar Allan Poe in The Pale Blue Eye, Melling has emerged as an actor to watch. By Jake Kring-Schreifels January 26, 2023  Netflix’s The Pale Blue Eye—director Scott Cooper’s frostbitten 1830
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GQ Recommends Adidas to Ralph Lauren, designer sunglasses to luscious coats—all at preposterous discounts. By William Goodman January 26, 2023 Each week, GQ utilizes the latest in deal-identifying technology—i.e. a couple of our staffers spend most of the day shopping online—to uncover all the wildest markdowns on wardrobe-boosting buys from the best men’s clothing sales
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The anticipated fourth season will begin on HBO on March 26. By Grant Rindner January 26, 2023 Matthew Macfadyen in season 4 of Succession.Courtesy of HBO. “It’s a tightrope walk on a straight razor.” This statement from Kendall Roy (Jeremy Strong) in the new trailer for Succession’s highly anticipated fourth season, effectively sums up the whole appeal
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Luckily, seeing Nikki try on her gorgeous, white lace, sweetheart neckline ballgown with nude lining completely changed Brie’s mind. Not to mention, Birdie noted that her aunt looked like a total princess in the dress. “I kept thinking to myself, like, ‘Ah, it’s a little weird that this was your first wedding dress,'” Brie told
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Novelist Paul La Farge has died at the age of 52. He passed from cancer on January 18th in Poughkeepsie, New York as confirmed by his wife. La Farge was a New York native whose essays and fiction appeared in publications like The Village Voice, The New Yorker, and McSweeney’s. His debut novel, The Artist
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From the divisive Cat Person to the bonkers Infinity Pool, this year’s films are sure to spark intense conversations and debate. By Keith Phipps January 26, 2023 John Ralston and Mia Goth in Infinity Pool.Courtesy of Neon via Everett Collection Sundance established itself as the festival for bold films and out-of-nowhere new voices with the debut of sex,
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Against the Currant transports readers to the Little Caribbean neighborhood in the Brooklyn borough of New York City, where Lyndsay Murray is ready to open her own bakery. She just needs to clear her name first. Lyndsay and her family have worked hard on Spice Isle Bakery. But on opening day, another local business owner,
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