Month: July 2021

From star-studded limited series to groundbreaking new comedies to a new season of American Horror Story, the month of August on Hulu has it all. The crop of new movies and TV shows coming to the streaming service is robust in both quality and quantity this month, and that goes for genuine new releases and
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Photography courtesy of Frank And Oak.Including the latest drops from two Toronto-based (and Willow Smith-approved) jewellery brands. By Sarah Mariotti Date July 31, 2021 Facebook Twitter Frank And Oak launches a collection in collaboration with local Canadian artists Montreal-based clothing brand Frank And Oak has just launched Make It Local, a three-piece T-shirt capsule collection
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MyKayla Skinner’s Olympics journey isn’t over yet. The 24-year-old pro gymnast didn’t originally qualify to compete in the Tokyo Games given the two-per-country limitation, but when Simone Biles announced her withdrawal from the individual uneven bars and vault finals on July 30, Skinner was given a second chance. She’ll step in for Biles during the
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Move over Fairy Dust by Paris Hilton, Glow by J. Lo, and White Diamonds by Elizabeth Taylor— God is a Woman, the newest fragrance from Ariana Grande, is the best celebrity scent on the market, period. Full stop. I said what I said. Ariana Grande God Is A Woman Eau de Parfum Ariana Grande ulta.com
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‘Ohana is a restaurant at the Polynesian Village Resort located on Walt Disney World’s monorail loop with easy and convenient access to Magic Kingdom. In this WDW breakfast review, we’ll share photos of food, thoughts on morning menu, how this meal compares to other options, whether it’s worth the money, and more. Let’s start with
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MONTH OF July Time to get your life back in order—and to do it with lots of encouragement and support. July kicks off with you busily revamping your work, fitness and self-care routines as the Sun marches through Cancer until July 22. Ready to shed any pandemic habits you picked up during those long sedentary
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If video game music received the same attention that film scores do, NieR series composer Keiichi Okabe would be up there with the likes of John Williams, Howard Shore, and Hans Zimmer. He’s that good. Of course, he’s not alone: The members of his studio, MONACA, were instrumental in establishing the franchise’s unmistakable, irreplicable soundscape.
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Outer Banks owes much of its runaway success to timing. The Netflix action-adventure drama, frequently billed as a sort of The O.C. meets The Goonies, hit the streaming behemoth just as the reality of the pandemic’s longevity had finally settled in for most of America. As we surveyed our new confinement—the four walls in which
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This week, the Americans with Disabilities Act turned 31 years old. For the uninitiated, the landmark civil rights law “prohibits discrimination” against people with disabilities in many aspects of life including in the workplace, at school, on transportation, and places open to the general public. While the law has helped enrich the lives of many
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