Month: May 2021

A “dungeon-crawling” game with cubes! When most people think of a dungeon-crawler game, they either think of Dungeons & Dragons or a tile-laying game where you build out a dungeon and explore. Well, we’ve got a very unique dungeon-crawler-themed game for you today called Dungeon Drop! Yep, “drop” may have you scratching your head about
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As life returns to stages around the West End, the timing is perfect for the staging of Cruise to be one of the first shows to appear. Written and performed by Jack Holden, Cruise is a rollercoaster ride through the joy and terror of the vibrant queer lifestyle in Soho in the late 80s, just
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What comes to mind when someone mentions Moulin Rouge? We usually associate it with red lights and can-can dresses, the opulence and luxury of a dashing nightclub in the 1900s. Experience this live at Moulin Rouge: The Musical, which will debut at London’s Piccadilly Theatre from 12 November 2021, whether you’ve seen the film or
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The West End is returning to life as government restrictions begin to lift and life starts to return to our stages. Imagine the joy when Cameron Mackintosh announced that Les Misérables: The Staged Concert would open, socially distanced, at the Sondheim Theatre this month. An incredible cast has taken to the stage to bring us
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The memo came on a Friday. My close friend—let’s call her Beth—had been pulling 12-hour shifts as a hospital screener in the early throes of COVID-19. With a draining and stressful job, an energetic 2-year-old, tensions at home, and the intense emotional upheaval of a global pandemic, Beth was completely spent. Her schedule was crammed
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Every month, tens of thousands of people ask Google: “How much water should I drink?” And Google points them to stories that go something like this: “Most people are dehydrated—and they don’t know it.” They list headaches, constipation, bad breath, and other dehydration dangers. And they encourage you to guzzle water, lest you dry up
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Reviewed by Helen Kollias, PhD Basics | Advice | Foods | Exercises | Psychology | Supplements | Pregnancy Before we tell you how to lose belly fat, we’d like to say this: There’s nothing wrong with belly fat. In fact, in many cultures, it’s desirable to have some extra squish. Certainly, at various points in
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