The Dresden Files series by Jim Butcher is a lot of people’s doorway into the world of urban fantasy. A very vast world. It’s a genre that got its start back in the late 1980s, and has had time to grow a plenty and can be time consuming to navigate unguided. But there are a
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“It feels so good to be alone,” Kelly Lee Owens croons over nocturnal synths on ‘Night’. It’s a transcendent moment that crystallises what the electronic producer’s latest album is largely about: finding solace in solitude. Her dreamy voice seems to float above the ether, dancing around the minimalist techno beat untethered and free, as if
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Psst—there’s a shade that works for every skin tone No matter what the current hair trends are, every fall there’s one colour that always has a strong showing. And this year, copper hair is the perfect colour to kick off the new season ahead. “After the summer season ends, we’re all ready for a change
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Christopher Nolan’s Tenet launched in the Middle Kingdom on Friday grossing RMB 62.3M, which included previews, translating into a $9.2M take. Pic’s day, at $8.6M, bested local epic The Eight Hundred which is estimated to have grossed $8.2M for a running total of $323.9M. It’s not certain yet if Tenet will best Eight Hundred for the top spot at China’s weekend box
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Summer is finally coming to an end, and that means it’s time to treat yourself to some delightfully cozy literary fall decor. As an Arizona girl currently writing this at the end of a summer filled with record-breaking heat (50+ days of 110 or greater!), the change in seasons doesn’t necessarily mean crisp fall air
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Gianluca Piacenza, a rising Italian composer, sound designer and pianist, has released his newest piece ‘Before All This’ — just today. This euphonious melancholic piece looks at our life before the pandemic and the little things we took for granted that gone from our lives. Piacenza entered the music world with hits 2015 album Dream, which
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Bill Skarsgård had been set to star alongside his brother Alexander Skarsgård in Robert Eggers‘ (The Witch, The Lighthouse) new movie The Northman, but those plans have unfortunately changed. Speaking with Collider, the IT star says he was forced to drop out. “It’s been a scheduling nightmare during COVID. It is what it is. It’s
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