Month: June 2021

Chloe Foy’s debut album, Where Shall We Begin, has been ten years in the making. The Gloucestershire-via-Manchester songwriter released her debut single, ‘In The Middle of the Night’, all the way back in 2013, followed by a series of tracks that found success on Spotify, including ‘Flaws’ and ‘Asylum’, several EPs, a tour with Jesca Hoop,
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This list of the Top 10 country songs of 2021 (so far) recognizes that the word “hit” has several definitions. It awards songs that deserve distinctions when they don’t make the Top 10 but still leave an impact. Think of the first 10 songs on this mid-year list as superlatives, and click any of the titles
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Kendall Jenner has long been the most private of the Kardashian-Jenners about her love life, opting to keep her relationships as out of the limelight and off social media as possible. But boyfriend Devin Booker appears to be the exception to Jenner’s rule. On Valentine’s Day, Jenner, 25, went Instagram official with the 24-year-old Phoenix
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One of the many benefits of genre storytelling is the way horror evokes extreme empathy. Watching a character confront adversity in horror offers a uniquely communal experience that builds understanding that bridges all walks of life. Shapeless explores the all-consuming addictive behaviors of an eating disorder, using psychological body horror to convey the toll it can
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Australia is often perceived as a sleepy country where not much happens. However, the ugly history of how (so-called) Australia became Australia is enough to feed generations of crime writers. From the Stolen Generation to mysterious disappearances in the infamous bushland or desert plains, dark material isn’t in short supply. The island’s harsh climate and
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Carl Schoonover and Andrew Fink are confused. As neuroscientists, they know that the brain must be flexible but not too flexible. It must rewire itself in the face of new experiences, but must also consistently represent the features of the external world. How? The relatively simple explanation found in neuroscience textbooks is that specific groups
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SATURDAY UPDATE: Refresh for updates While it appeared that the summer box office was dusting itself off from the pandemic over the last two weeks, both newcomers Warner Bros. highly anticipated Jon M. Chu directed Lin-Manuel Miranda musical In the Heights and Sony’s Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway are currently filing less than spectacular results respectively with a No.
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On June 13, 1989, Mary Chapin Carpenter released her second album, State of the Heart. Carpenter co-produced the project her longtime collaborator, the late John Jennings. State of the Heart combines instrumental flourishes from country and folk, and a foundation rooted in sturdy songwriting. The record ended up being Carpenter’s breakthrough, as it peaked at No. 28
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Bloom Books, an imprint of Sourcebooks. You are cordially invited to the wedding of the decade, when Christian Grey will make Anastasia Steele his wife. But is he really husband material? His dad is unsure, his brother wants to organize one helluva bachelor party, and his fiancée won’t vow to obey… Their passion for each
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