Month: September 2021

What strange magic Agatha Christie used when creating her characters and storylines continues to this day. Whilst not yet as long-lived as The Mousetrap, the other famous Christie play, Witness for the Prosecution, first hit the stage in 1953 and returns now in the post-covid-restriction era in a most unusual but utterly fitting setting –
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As a fan of the original Sopranos TV show, which ran on HBO from 1999 to 2007, I was eagerly awaiting The Many Saints of Newark, series creator David Chase‘s prequel to the long-running series. Prequels are odd types of beasts, having to retro-fit a plot to perfectly match what came before. And make it
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Four days after its first season premiered, Starz has already given the greenlight to a second season of BMF, an original series that hails from executive producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson. The first episode of Season 1 debuted as the #1 premiere on the Starz app, as well as one of the most highly engaged
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Last weekend, my family of four—my husband, 5-year-old son, 22-month-old daughter, and I—went to the zoo. We played on the playground, saw the giraffes and lions, and ate a picnic lunch. This may not sound remarkable, but for us, any outing is an expedition. My husband, healthcare activist Ady Barkan, has had the neurodegenerative disorder
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Courtesy of the designers; Prada: Emmanuel Wong Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. Once, a collaboration was the ultimate in cred—high married to low, luxe mingled with quotidian. But after this just-concluded Milan Fashion Week, that kind of move looks so, well, 2020. Now, designers who once
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Photography courtesy of Charlotte MensahWelcome to Texture Talk, a column that celebrates and deep dives into the dynamic world of curly hair, from crowns of curls that are free flowing to strands that are tucked away in a protective style. By Kenisha Alexander Date September 30, 2021 Facebook Twitter If you’re looking to add some
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By JoNel Aleccia, Kaiser Health News Friday, September 24, 2021 (Kaiser News) — Within a day of testing positive for covid-19 in June, Miranda Kelly was sick enough to be scared. At 44, with diabetes and high blood pressure, Kelly, a certified nursing assistant, was having trouble breathing, symptoms serious enough to send her to
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