Month: March 2022

Photography courtesy of NetflixFirst “Pride & Prejudice” and now “Bridgerton.” We’re not complaining but still… By Annika Lautens Date March 31, 2022 Facebook Twitter A tall, dark and handsome man emerges from a lake wearing a soaking wet, white dress shirt. Sound familiar? If you’ve spent the last few days binge-watching Bridgerton season two, then
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Make room for a freshman actor – but widely popular professional – as supermodel Bella Hadid breaks a leg and gears up to make her acting debut on Season 3 of Hulu’s Ramy. The streamer hasn’t revealed details of Hadid’s character, but it was already announced that she joins the comedy series in a recurring
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It’s certainly gotten better over the last decade or so, but in the past, the representation of queer people on screen was a bit hard to come by. Luckily, there’s a clear trend in Hollywood towards telling LGBTQ+ stories, and in some cases, letting the LGBTQ+ community tell it themselves. Previously, queer movies were generally
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“I always say that it’s great if an actor just comes in with a choice, you know? Just something really specific.” – Casting Director Rachel Tenner on Auditioning When actor/directors like George Clooney and Ben Stiller keep calling you back to cast their projects, you are definitely doing something right. From FX’s Fargo, to Clooney’s
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It can be difficult to put a name to lingering feelings of grief. But there’s a new term that may help define what you’ve been going through. After years of debate and research, the American Psychiatric Association (APA) announced last fall an official diagnosis for an extended, highly disruptive form of grief: prolonged grief disorder.
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By Robert Preidt and Robin Foster HealthDay Reporters HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, March 31, 2022 (HealthDay News) — A two-year advisory that warned Americans against going on cruises has been dropped by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The agency first warned Americans against cruise ship travel in 2020 at the height of the
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Ask clinical psychologist Michael Breus, PhD, a.k.a. The Sleep Doctor, for his No. 1 tip for having more energy and sleeping better, and he doesn’t hesitate to share his own morning routine: He rises at 6:15 a.m. daily, drinks a big glass of water, and meditates as he waits for the sun to come up.
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Many women don’t need to look at a calendar or open an app to know that their period is approaching, thanks to telltale signs like bloating, breast tenderness, and moodiness.  While these are among the best-known symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), they’re hardly the only ones. Also on the list: trouble sleeping. Research backs that
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When you think about improving your heart health, food and exercise may come to mind. Sleep is just as crucial – even though many people treat it like a luxury, not a necessity. “Just like we talk about eating a low-fat diet to minimize your cholesterol and maintain your heart health, maintaining your sleep health
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Tonight, before you head to bed, check your thermostat. Set it somewhere between 60 and 65 degrees Fahrenheit. People sleep better in that temperature range. “Not only in terms of maintaining sleep, but also of falling asleep,” says Alon Avidan, MD, MPH, director of the UCLA Sleep Disorders Center. That also goes for how long
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In some exciting (almost) end of the week casting news, Deadline has revealed that The Good Fight actress, Carrie Preston, has been tapped to lead the Miramax feature, The Holdovers. Combining the writing talents of Whiskey Cavalier creator, David Hemingson, with the directorial eye of two-time Oscar winner Alexander Payne (Nebraska, The Descendents), The Holdovers
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If your sleep life tends to not be great and you find yourself dreading bedtime, it’s time to flip the script. Your thoughts about sleep can frame what happens when you shut your eyes. Will it be the restful night you need, or are you in for hours of tossing and turning? Sleep can go
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Facebook Twitter Pinterest Walt Disney World has announced that traditional character meet & greets with hugs, autographs, and other normal, non-distanced interactions will soon return to the parks! This post covers the dates, details, and offers commentary about the implication for other offerings at Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, and beyond. This is the culmination of
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