Month: May 2020

This is Meet My Workout Routine, where we profile weekly workout routines — unvarnished and imperfect — from women across all walks of life. Who: Michele Fumagalli, registered dietitian, mom, former pro and collegiate soccer player, 2018 CrossFit Games competitor, recipe developer, and blogger based in Chicago. What: Her workout routine over one week in
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Anadolu AgencyGetty Images This past Monday, 46-year-old George Floyd died after a Minneapolis police officer pinned him to the ground and pressed his knee into his neck, while Floyd pleaded for help and repeatedly said he could not breathe. The officers were responding to “a report of a counterfeit bill being passed” when they located
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@hairregistered It’s no secret that Ivy League haircut was inspired by the United States 8 schools group with the same name. Despite the Ivy League hairstyles have already become a good old tradition and classic image, some debate still arise on where the style was born – at Harvard or Princeton. By the way, that’s
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Today the world knows Chad Stahelski as the visionary filmmaker behind the John Wick universe. But Stahelski has long since also garnered a reputation as one of Hollywood’s foremost stunt coordinators. This reputation was solidified through Stahelski’s work on the Matrix trilogy. With The Matrix 4 currently under development with Lana Wachowski returning to direct,
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One of the best aspects of Netflix’s new comedy Space Force is for certain the performance of John Malkovich, who brings a delightful gravitas to the silly antics surrounding the American government’s efforts to “put boots on the Moon (again).” The role of Dr. Adrian Mallory, General Naird’s (Steve Carell) partner/sometimes nemesis, was written with
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USA Network’s fan-favorite legal drama Suits finally came to a close after nine seasons at the end of last year. Starring Gabriel Macht as the arrogant but oh-so charming lawyer Harvey Specter, and Patrick J. Adams as his brilliant but fraudulent protégé Mike Ross, the show defied all expectations to become the network’s longest-running series.
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As nationwide protests spurred by the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer continue, entertainment companies like Netflix, Hulu, and HBO are weighing in to voice their support for the Black Lives Matter movement. Kicked off on Saturday, May 30 — as protests were taking place across cities like New York, Los Angeles,
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