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Your home can have a new, rich and full life. It can be impressive and beautiful, provide an accurate answer to the daily needs of the household and adapt to your personal style. With the professional guidance of an architect, such as Scenario Architecture, it is no longer a complex and impossible challenge but a
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This March, GQ presents our Modern Lovers issue, an exploration of the many forms and facets of love today. For the three print covers of this special project, we turned to three couples who are setting exciting examples for what love can look like in 2021 (and beyond). Megan Rapinoe and Sue Bird Between the
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Taylor Swift appeared on Good Morning America today (February 11) to officially announce the first of her re-recorded albums. Expanding her 2008 abum Fearless to include 26 songs, Fearless (Taylor’s Version) is set to arrive on April 9 (as revealed in an Easter egg in her Twitter statement, and confirmed on her website.) ‘Love Story (Taylor’s
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MUBI, the must-have subscription service for film fanatics, published their schedule for the month February. The list includes some terrific films including The King of Comedy (1982) by Martin Scorsese, Heat (1995) by Michael Mann, and Legend (1985) by Ridley Scott — to name a few. Films on MUBI in February, 2021. 1 February | Cenote
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Sixty to 70 percent of the articles were written by the FBI. So yeah, it’s total course-correction. It’s counterpropaganda. What specific inaccuracies were you looking to address? To start, that they hated white people. That they weren’t an organization engaged in self-defense—or rather, that they were reactionary and warmongering. I wanted to address that, but
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Liz Phair has returned with her first new song in two years, ‘Hey Lou’. Produced by the songwriter’s Exile in Guyville collaborator Brad Wood, the track pays tribute to Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson, and its accompanying music video stars puppet versions of the two artists. Check it out below. ‘Hey Lou’ is the latest single from Phair’s
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Emerson Snowe, a Berlin-based artist, released his latest single ‘Frankenstein,’ today. The song is the first piece from his forthcoming EP which is due to be published later this year and comes after his debut EP That’s Rock’ n’ Roll. The song itself thrives with its sonically potent energy, dazzling vocals, and melodious production. Talking
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While acne is sometimes labeled a teenage problem, around 15 percent of women continue to suffer from breakouts past the age of 25, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Regardless of your age, treating acne and stopping breakouts means finding the right products for the job. There’s no shortage of drug store products and
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When Margaret Sohn released her debut EP under the Miss Grit moniker, Talk Talk, they never expected it would receive as much attention and acclaim as it did. Rather than eliminating feelings of self-doubt, the positive response reignited the sense of imposter syndrome she had experienced both as an artist and a Korean-American, to the
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Lil Yachty has dropped a new song called ‘Royal Rumble’. For the past few months, the Atlanta rapper has been teasing a new project titled Michigan Boat Boy, presumably a mixtape’s worth of collaborations with rappers from Detroit and Flint, and the new track features Dc2Trill, Detroit’s Babyface Ray and Icewear Vezzo, and Flint’s Krispylife Kidd, RMC Mike, and Rio Da
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Can you believe the Weeknd’s gotten this far? When Abel Tesfaye released the massively influential House of Balloons nearly ten years ago, he was cloaked in anonymity and cool. Now he’s amassed a catalog loaded with hits, he’s appearing in critically acclaimed films and not embarrassing himself, he’s collaborating with modern-day avant-garde luminaries, he’s on
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Paris, beyond being the city of love, makes for an atmospheric and visually pleasing film setting. Whether the story involves characters falling in love, discovering something about themselves, or learning the history of France, the setting often makes the story more enjoyable for viewers and encourages characters to go exploring. Here are six great films
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I like Reptilicus. I really mean that. I don’t like it in that peculiar, ironic way that so many approach genre films with. I also don’t like it because it’s “so bad it’s good”, which is just another brand of the ironic consumer. I like Reptilicus because I enjoy it, wholeheartedly.   Reptilicus tells the story of a giant, prehistoric reptile brought
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In Paper Moon, real-life father-daughter duo Ryan and Tatum O’Neal star as con-artists Moses Pray and Addie Loggins, respectively. Set in 1930s Kansas, nine-year-old Addie is orphaned after the death of her mother. Moses must take Addie to live with her relatives in Missouri, but Addie believes that he may be her father. He tries
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Christopher Plummer, the Academy Award-winning actor who starred in films including The Sound of Music, All the Money in the World, and Beginners, has died at the age of 91. The Canadian actor died peacefully in his sleep at his home in Connecticut, his family confirmed. “Chris was an extraordinary man who deeply loved and respected
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“Do you ever think of showers as like a new beginning?” 20-year-old Leeds-based songwriter Amber Strawbridge asks on the opening track of her new EP, Sometimes I Forget You’re Human Too. The project, out today via Clue Records, indeed marks a kind of new beginning for the dream-pop artist, who was born in Whitehaven, Cumbria
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David Breuer-Weil is a well-respected contemporary artist who published his new book Golden Drawings, not long ago. In the book, Breuer-Weil showcases 66 drawings which were created during the first U.K lockdown. To talk about the book, and his new online exhibition, David joined us for an interview. Hi, how are you? Keeping busy with
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There’s never been a great reason for the Golden Globe Awards to exist. At best, they’re a kind of diet soda version of other awards shows, a slimmed-down combination of the Oscars and the Emmys, At worst, they’re a pale imitation of those institutions that devalues the loftier honors by throwing out nominations and awards
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