R. Eric Thomas reflects on the experience of returning home in his funny, forthright Congratulations, The Best Is Over!. Accompanied by his partner, David, a Presbyterian minister, Thomas leaves Philadelphia and goes back to Baltimore, Maryland, where he grew up, only to find a once-familiar landscape very much altered. In this inspired collection, he showcases
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Juliet and Nora Princiotti get into Netflix’s follow-up to ‘Quarterback’—‘Receiver’—and the nature of stardom in the NFL Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images Juliet is joined by Ringer colleague and NFL celebrity authority Nora Princiotti to talk about Receiver, Netflix’s follow-up to Quarterback. They have a lot of questions about who the show is for, how
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Snakes on the sidewalk. No, it’s not a new Samuel L. Jackson movie. The snakes are real, and are just one of the seemingly endless challenges facing summer theatre companies and festivals as they struggle toward recovery after 2020. Snakes—and skunks and bears, oh my—are showing up in theatre communities as their habitats shrink, giving
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Have you ever wanted a pair of shoes that you can comfortably wear to any occasion without compromising style? Oxfords are just too dressy for jeans, and sometimes, loafers are too relaxed for suits. This is where derby shoes come in. They’re cozier than regular formal footwear and classier than sneakers—ultimate versatility. I searched far
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Kourtney Kardashian’s Son Tells Her To Stop Making Out Reign, the 9-year-old son of Kourtney Kardashian Barker and ex Scott Disick, stole the show on Wednesday’s episode of The Kardashians. Kourtney and her husband, Travis Barker, took a few of her kids (minus her eldest, Mason, who stayed home with his dad, Scott) to Australia
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Jo and Mal are here to dive deep into the season finale of ‘The Acolyte’ Disney+ It’s time to bleed the crystal, as Jo and Mal are here to dive deep into the season finale of The Acolyte. They begin with their opening snapshot on this episode and their thoughts on the season in general
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Picture: Shutterstock/mundissima Several media publishers in Australia have revealed how “potentially catastrophic” it would be for their businesses if Meta removes all news from Facebook and Instagram in the country. Broadsheet Media, which publishes the culture and community news website Broadsheet and has 65 full-time employees, said it estimated it would lose up to 52%
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BLACKPINK’s Rosé steps out in Puma, for her first official campaign with the sportswear giant. Just weeks after Puma named the K-pop superstar as an ambassador, Rosé shows off the new Palermo range of low-top sneakers in classic “cobalt” and “black” colorways. “Fusing music and style,” reads a statement, “Rosé’s ambassador role will bring her
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How Kim Kardashian’s Calmness Stems From 2016 Robbery For years, Kim Kardashian has claimed her ultimate “superpower” is her calmness. Now, she and Khloé Kardashian have unpacked why that might be. If you’ve been watching this season of The Kardashians, you’ll know Kim recently decided to get therapy to help her develop stricter boundaries at
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Welcome to Today in Books, our daily round-up of literary headlines at the intersection of politics, culture, media, and more. Free George R. R. Martin from The Winds of Winter As part of “Spicy Takes Week” at Polygon, Maddy Myers takes a new angle on the unprecedented situation George R.R. Martin finds himself in. Rather
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Discover Easy Tips on How to Save Money for Student Loans! A college degree is an important asset when building your financial future. It can help you jumpstart your career and stand out in the competition when searching for a job. Additionally, college degrees can widen your job opportunities by finding positions you wouldn’t get
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How do you like your horror? Perhaps you’re a fan of creeping dread, or gory goings-on are more your speed? The White Guy Dies First: 13 Scary Stories of Fear and Power, editor Terry J. Benton-Walker’s anthology featuring authors of color, explores a variety of tropes for readers who enjoy disturbing, thought-provoking fare. Despite their
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