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2 days ago
The Russian opera diva, who makes her Carnegie Hall solo recital debut on Sunday, goes above and beyond, both onstage and on Instagram.
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2 days ago
The perfect way to start your Friday isn't with a coffee, or a nice breakfast. It's with deals. Cold, fresh, unfiltered deals, straight from the source. And that is what we are supplying.  We have sourced the best deals for coffee machines (ironically), homeware, fitness trackers, and potential Christmas gifts for kids. You can save on a wide selection of products including a Ring Video Doorbell 2, a LETSCOM Fitness Tracker, and a De'Longhi Eletta ECAM 44.660.B Bean to Cup machine. Variety is important when it comes to deals. We aren't picking favourites here, as we love all deals equally, but if we were pressed to pick a deal of the day then the Fitbit Unisex Ionic Smartwatch offer would probably take the prize. You can pick up the smartwatch for just £190.80. That's a 32% saving on the list price of £279.99. Read more...More about Amazon, Fitbit, Sonos, Coffee Machines, and Mashable Shopping
3 days ago
This morning David and I were texting each other about the Brady Bunch, which we often do because we love the show and so does every member of our families. We got to talking about the episode where the Bradys star in a laundry soap commercial. David texted me a photo of the director of the commercial, a middle-age faux-hipster dressed in cartoonish psychedelic clothes. I got curious about who this actor was so I googled and learned his name was Paul Winchell (1922-2005). Boy, did he lead an interesting life! Here are some highlights (found on emmys.com): He got polio at the age of six. His legs atrophied but through weight training he was able to build the muscles to full strength He stuttered as a child. He learned ventriloquism as a way to get over his stuttering, and became an accomplished professional entertainer. He had his own variety show in 1950 and his wife on the show was played by Carol Burnett. He was the voice of Tigger in Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day. He also l...
3 days ago
Amaze. Inspire. Surprise. You’ll be hearing those words a lot in the coming weeks—together, they cut to the heart of why we love sports in the first place. So in the days leading up to the naming of SI’s Sportsperson we’ll be looking back and shining a light on the athletes, moments and teams...
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3 days ago
Bernardo Silva admits Manchester City are facing a tough winter schedule but he wouldn't have it any other way. The Premier League leaders have eight matches in the next four weeks culminating in a game against closest rivals Liverpool. Silva, 24, joined at the beginning of last season from French side Monaco and the Portuguese midfielder said the busy period took some getting used to. "It's a little bit different because both countries where I played before, Portugal and France, we had a Christmas break. Here you don't stop so it's a little bit complicated," he told reporters. "But it's good to play every three days. We complain a little bit but it's good because we love this game and we love
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4 days ago
Our 101 Restaurants We Love list is out. Nearly 1/3 of the restaurants are making their debut, including 15 spots awarded to restaurants that Jonathan Gold reviewed in the last year (look for the Gold byline and the Gold silhouette in the 101 magazine.) Here’s a look at the new entries on the list:...
5 days ago
Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski says the team has expressed they are interested in bringing starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi back. So why is Eovaldi still a free agent? “We have expressed that we do have interest in bringing Nathan back,'' Dombrowski said Monday. “We'
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5 days ago
Welcome to a special edition of the Counter Intelligence newsletter. The occasion: Our annual list of 101 restaurants around Los Angeles has arrived. I’m Andrea Chang, a food writer here at the Los Angeles Times. Without our late restaurant critic Jonathan Gold, we faced a daunting task. Acting...
5 days ago
Explore the Los Angeles Times' favorite places to eat in 2018. We scoured the city, eating at longtime favorites and trying countless new restaurants, trucks and tasting menus. With this year's list, 101 Restaurants We Love, we hope to continue the legacy left by our late restaurant critic, Jonathan...
5 days ago
A hundred and one. It’s a smaller number than you might think. Especially when you’re attempting to take in this city’s enormous culinary scene, a city full of nooks and crannies, highways to everywhere and a seemingly endless number of places to eat along the way. It’s a task our late restaurant...
6 days ago
Amaze. Inspire. Surprise. You’ll be hearing those words a lot in the coming weeks—together, they cut to the heart of why we love sports in the first place. So in the days leading up to the naming of SI’s Sportsperson we’ll be looking back and shining a light on the athletes, moments and teams...
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6 days ago
Jonathan Wackrow writes that US Secret Service agents loved President George H.W. Bush so much because of the deep and genuine respect he showed for them and law enforcement more broadly.
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1 week ago
What do you do if you're an atheist who likes Christmas carols? It's widely assumed that atheists, by definition, hate Christmas. And it's an assumption I'm baffled by. I like Christmas. Lots of atheists I know like Christmas. Heck, even Richard Dawkins likes Christmas. Plenty of atheists recognize the need for rituals that strengthen social bonds and mark the passing of the seasons. Especially when the season in question is dark and wet and freezing cold. Add in a culturally- sanctioned excuse to spend a month of Saturdays eating, drinking, flirting, and showing off our most festive shoes, and we're totally there. And we find our own ways to adapt/ create/ subvert the holiday traditions to our own godless ends.Sure, most of us would like for our governments to not be sponsoring religious displays at the holidays. Or any other time. What with the whole "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion" thing. And some of us do rather resent the cultural heg...
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1 week ago
Ten of our favorites you might have missed last month The post Monthly Dime: Ten Things We Loved In November appeared first on Ultiworld Disc Golf.
1 week ago
The support shared among readers in the comments section is one of the things we love most about the Engadget community. Over the years, we've known you to offer sage advice on everything from Chromecasts and cameras to drones and smartphones. In fac...
1 week ago
Weird cat lovers, take heart: Wilfred Warrior is back. The Chinchilla Persian feline, who starred in the dubbed viral video of our dreams earlier this month, is now featured in a sequel, also from comedian Michael Rapaport. Like all good sequels, it is 37 seconds long and features a lot of yelling. Wilfred, we love you! Also, you look so messed up. Are you OK? Read more... More about Funny, Cats, Viral Videos, Culture, and Web Culture
1 week ago
Earlier this week, the Atlanta Braves signed two veteran leaders in Brian McCann and Josh Donaldson, and they simultaneously cemented themselves among the National League's elite. But Braves general manager Alex Anthopoulos says that the team still has three remaining offseason priorities. "
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1 week ago
Earlier this week, the Atlanta Braves signed two veteran leaders in Brian McCann and Josh Donaldson, and they simultaneously cemented themselves among the National League's elite. But Braves general manager Alex Anthopoulos says that the team still has three remaining offseason priorities. "
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1 week ago
Earlier this week, the Atlanta Braves signed two veteran leaders in Brian McCann and Josh Donaldson, and they simultaneously cemented themselves among the National League's elite. But Braves general manager Alex Anthopoulos says that the team still has three remaining offseason priorities. "
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1 week ago
Earlier this week, the Atlanta Braves signed two veteran leaders in Brian McCann and Josh Donaldson, and they simultaneously cemented themselves among the National League's elite. But Braves general manager Alex Anthopoulos says that the team still has three remaining offseason priorities. "
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1 week ago
Earlier this week, the Atlanta Braves signed two veteran leaders in Brian McCann and Josh Donaldson, and they simultaneously cemented themselves among the National League's elite. But Braves general manager Alex Anthopoulos says that the team still has three remaining offseason priorities. "
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1 week ago
Kurt Vile opens his eighth album, “Bottle It In,” singing about parking in loading zones instead of feeding the city’s meters, boasting in the chorus, “I park for free!” “The Philadelphia Parking Authority did tweet at me and said, ‘We love your song, Kurt Vile, but don’t be alarmed if we put you on the...
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1 week ago
Amaze. Inspire. Surprise. You’ll be hearing those words a lot in the coming weeks—together, they cut to the heart of why we love sports in the first place. So in the days leading up to the naming of SI’s Sportsperson we’ll be looking back and shining a light on the athletes, moments and teams...
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1 week ago
This year we returned to Shenzhen, the Chinese city known as the world’s ‘Silicon Valley for hardware,’ for an event that was packed full of future-looking discussions, innovative startups, experienced founders, VCs and more. We love Shenzhen. Sure, Beijing has Zhongguancun and Shanghai has its international and diverse entrepreneurial community. But Shenzhen has a certain […]
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1 week ago
Amaze. Inspire. Surprise. You’ll be hearing those words a lot in the coming weeks—together, they cut to the heart of why we love sports in the first place. So in the days leading up to the naming of SI’s Sportsperson we’ll be looking back and shining a light on the athletes, moments and teams...
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1 week ago
Putting together a bodyweight workout routine is easy: just do some pushups, and some squats, and some...uh...other stuff. To get a balanced workout, you have to know which exercises target which muscles. Which is why we love this bodyweight exercise chart from Darebee.Read more...
1 week ago
'Although we love our trees, the nation's knowledge on one of our most vital natural assets is lacking'
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The only thing we love more than traveling to a cool new location is finding a great flight deal that'll get us there for less. (Hotel deals and coupon codes to save on car rentals and fun excursions are also pretty great.) SEE ALSO: Best Cyber Monday deals on iPad, Instant Pot, Bose headphones This Cyber Monday, we're shopping for cheap flights to Cairo, saving on train tickets at Amtrak, and booking hotels for less thanks to some awesome deals. We'll keep updating this post as we find more ways to save, so check back and get the latest info right here. In the meantime, here are the best Cyber Monday travel deals we're loving right now: Amtrak is having a "Track Friday" sale Through Cyber Monday, shop discounted train tickets at Amtrak.com and save 30% on most routes nationwide. Sample one-way destination sales: Washington, DC to Philadelphia, PA for $29  New York, NY to Philadelphia, PA for $29 New York, NY to Boston, MA for $39 New York, NY to Washi...
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1 week ago
The only thing we love more than traveling to a cool new location is finding a great flight deal that'll get us there for less. (Hotel deals and coupon codes to save on car rentals and fun excursions are also pretty great.) SEE ALSO: Best Cyber Monday deals on iPad, Instant Pot, Bose headphones This Cyber Monday, we're shopping for cheap flights to Cairo, saving on train tickets at Amtrak, and booking hotels for less thanks to some awesome deals. We'll keep updating this post as we find more ways to save, so check back and get the latest info right here. In the meantime, here are the best Cyber Monday travel deals we're loving right now: Read more...More about Travel, Cyber Monday, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Ziffdavis, and Cyber Monday 2018
2 weeks ago
Actor-comedian Kevin Hart and his wife Eniko Hart were attacked this week by social media users who objected to their “cowboys & Indians” themed birthday party for their son. “Zos cowboys & indians party was nothing but amazing! Thanks to everyone for coming.. we love you guys!” Eniko Hart captioned an Instagram post with a photo of the party. View this post on Instagram Zos cowboys & indians party was nothing but amazing! Thanks to everyone for coming.. we love you guys! 🖤 A post shared by E N I K O 💋 H A R T (@enikohart) on Nov 22, 2018 at 9:59am PST “Imagine being so woefully out of touch, that one marginalized group appropriates another…” one user wrote, accusing the largely black group of appropriating Native American culture. Another user likened Hart’s party to having a “slaves and masters party.” “Your a joke and if you think this is fine I’m having a slaves and masters party nex...
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2 weeks ago
What if they called a consumer feeding frenzy and nobody came? This year a growing number of businesses are giving employees Thanksgiving Day off work rather than trying to beat out competitors by starting Black Friday on Thursday. Reversing a decade-long trend, close to 100 familiar retailers are closing their doors Thursday, and a few will stay closed on Friday. Most Americans like that. In a survey done by BestBlackFriday.com, almost half of respondents actively disliked the idea of stores being open on the holiday. That’s from a website that actively promotes the gold rush. Retailers who close on Thursday, BestBlack reassures, can make up the sales afterwards. They can bank on the ads and discounts being simply irresistible.But what if they couldn’t count on us to fall over ourselves in a stampede to get the latest shiny object at the best-ever time-limited, quantity-limited price. What if ordinary people reversed our own trend by opting out of the whole thing? To paraphr...
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2 weeks ago
The support shared among readers in the comments section is one of the things we love most about the Engadget community. Over the years, we've known you to offer sage advice on everything from Chromecasts and cameras to drones and smartphones. In fac...
2 weeks ago
Dear Amy: My husband and I are childless by choice. We have one nephew — a delightful five-year-old. We love spending time with him. He is, however, “spoiled” by the fact that he regularly receives toys from his parents in exchange for good behaviour. I am concerned with what lies ahead. He has already figured […]
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2 weeks ago
The sweet potato is not just a Thanksgiving staple. It's a staple of African life as well. We asked three sweet potato lovers (and one hater) to share their views.
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2 weeks ago
Welcome to No Shame November! This week we're diving into the pop culture we love that society tells us we shouldn't. Masturbating to horny fanfiction makes the world a better place. Now, before your eyebrows fly right off your face (looking at you, literary snobs), hear me out. Because I know. "Smutty" or erotic fanfiction is almost always talked about in tones of either horror or mockery. And it's true: In the multiplicity of fanfiction, there's a ship (aka "relationship") for all to sail on — including even those who gets off on Harry Potter fucking the Giant Squid. SEE ALSO: How porn can help stop the toxic sexual culture that led to #MeToo Read more...More about Entertainment, Harry Potter, Sex And Relationships, Consent, and Noshamenovember
2 weeks ago
Welcome to No Shame November! This week we're diving into the pop culture we love that society tells us we shouldn't. Shame tends to be an isolating feeling. It convinces you that you're repulsively strange or incorrigibly flawed, that no one else could possibly understand you or even want to. Worse, it has a way of feeding into itself, making it impossible to even consider reaching out to someone who might get it.  Still, sometimes, someone manages to reach out to you even in the middle of all that turmoil. And sometimes, that someone is pop culture. It might be a movie that reflects your anxieties back at you, reassuring you that others have been there before. Or a show that encourages you to open yourself up to the world, risky as it might be. Maybe it's just someone reminding you to be true to yourself, and who cares what anyone else thinks. Read more...More about Broad City, Crazy Ex Girlfriend, Fleabag, No Shame November, and Entertainment
2 weeks ago
Welcome to No Shame November! This week we're diving into the pop culture we love that society tells us we shouldn't. You might be familiar with the adult awakening that most classic love stories we grew up with don't always hold up16 Candles? Creepy! You've Got Mail? Catfishing! Yet the fact remains that there are certain texts we can't shake, stories that helped shape us and our views on love. I grew up watching Indian Bollywood movies, so my discomfiting realization has been twofold. Bollywood is known for epic, sweeping romance – full musical numbers in gorgeous locales, grand gestures, soulmates. They taught me that romantic love was the most powerful force in the universe, something that could make people sing and dance with emotion and always finds a way.  Read more...More about Bollywood, Noshamenovember, Entertainment, and Movies Tv Shows
2 weeks ago
Editor's note: We love this one-stop spreadsheet of women-led businesses created by Krystal Plomatos, and encourage you to share it with friends and family. Give women your money, this holiday season and beyond. I SPEND A LOT OF TIME OBSESSING about two things: how more women can get more money and power, and brands. I’m a brand strategist by day. “Give Women Your Money” is my way of making it easier for women to find, shop, and help scale women-led businesses. It’s a “shoppable spreadsheet” with more than a hundred companies I’ve identified and collected here, with a simple form that anyone else can use to make suggestions. Give Women Your Money is also for the fellas! A lot of men are looking for ways to be a productive ally. Nudging them to shop from women anytime they need to get a gift for a significant other, mom, sister, friend, niece, etc., is one easy way they contribute towards the push for a more equitable business environment. (And some of the companies o...
2 weeks ago
Welcome to No Shame November! This week we're diving into the pop culture we love that society tells us we shouldn't. Alone in my apartment, chewing on cheap takeout lo mein, rocking the same sweatpants for a fifth day in a row—again. Six months after finishing my bachelor’s degree, this was how I found myself: a post-grad poltergeist haunting my New York City abode like a metropolitan Boo Radley. Isolated. Lonely. Things had gotten bad. My life hadn’t always been this bleak. As a senior in college, I had lived with my two best friends, Sarah and Ellie, a pair of girls more akin to criminal accomplices than sorority sisters. For ten glorious months, we inhabited Apartment 1012 with reckless abandon, setting off smoke detectors, rescuing stray cats, and pissing off just the right number of resident advisors. Read more...More about Entertainment, Depression, Graduation, Podcasts, and My Favorite Murder
2 weeks ago
Welcome to No Shame November! This week we're diving into the pop culture we love that society tells us we shouldn't. I love Dave Matthews Band. They're my favorite band of all time, but sometimes I think that people will think less of me if I make that information public. Over the years, fans of Dave Matthews Band have garnered a negative reputation: frat bros, sloppy drunks, and people who are more interested in partying than listening to music at shows. Sometimes I'm worried that if I wear a DMB shirt in public, people will think I'm one of them, and that's a bummer. Now, don't feel bad for me. As a straight, white, cis man, this is pretty much the biggest social hardship I face in my life, and it doesn't actually stop me from enjoying this band that I've followed since I was a kid. Read more...More about No Shame November, Dave Matthews Band, Noshamenovember, Entertainment, and Music
3 weeks ago
Gritty continues to be the chaotic voice of resistance.  The colorful Philadelphia Flyers mascot, also our collective son whom we love and cherish, was the face of an anti-Proud Boy protest on Saturday.  SEE ALSO: Facebook bans far-right group Proud Boys and founder Gavin McInnes About two dozen members of the misogynistic alt-right Proud Boys showed up for a "We the People" rally, according to the Daily Beast. They were met with hundreds of protestors who wielded Gritty signs like a crucifix against a vampire.  The Proud Boys, a group cooked up by Vice co-founder Gavin McInnes, promote violence and preach masculinity above all else; the Southern Poverty Law Center calls the group an alt-right "fight club." Although McInnes has attempted to distance the Proud Boys from white supremacist groups, its members have attended violent rallies like the one in Charlottesville. One of the group's more notable rules includes not allowing its members to masturbate more than once a m...
3 weeks ago
The support shared among readers in the comments section is one of the things we love most about the Engadget community. Over the years, we've known you to offer sage advice on everything from Chromecasts and cameras to drones and smartphones. In fac...
3 weeks ago
Candy-inspired cereal is generally good. Oreo O's and Reese's Puffs, for example, are among the best cereals the breakfast industrial complex has to offer. Soon, Sour Patch Kids cereal will be among them.  Starting December 26, cereal inspired by our #1 movie theater snack (it's true; don't argue) will be available at Walmart. Next year, it will roll out in other retailers, timed perfectly with the moment you get sick of eating New Year's resolution veggie omelets for breakfast. Seems good.Image: PostSEE ALSO: Soup bully won't stop sending anonymous food deliveries to confused neighbor According to a press release from Post, the cereal will feature a "sour coating" and a "sweet finish." Sounds great — we love a flavor that is also a journey. Read more...More about Food, Culture, Cereal, Sour Patch Kids, and Culture
3 weeks ago
Pat Mahomes and Jared Goff? Yeah, you probably should play them, too. But how about an under-the-radar option on each side? We love Josh Reynolds, who has already shown what he can do in Cooper Kupp's absence and now moves into a full-time starting role; and Spencer Ware, who scored his first touchdown
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3 weeks ago
His supposed reverence for the military is a sham. Among Donald Trump's favorite stump-speech cliches is insisting on his fervent veneration of our military veterans. He often posts flowery tweets about them too, referring to them as "amazing people" and promising to "take care of the vets" because "we love the vets." It is a sentiment that almost every politician -- or citizen -- should be able to utter with perfect sincerity.Given the insults he has heaped on veterans lately, those words now sound as hollow as any other Trump lie.Twice in three days, the president decided not to show up at ceremonies honoring American veterans, evidently fearing rain. (Were his old bone spurs acting up? Or was he afraid of disturbing that vulnerable comb-over on his head?)Visiting France to commemorate the centennial of the World War I armistice last weekend, Trump canceled his scheduled appearance to honor more than 2,000 of our dead at the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery and Memorial. He made m...
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3 weeks ago
Besides the obvious increased on-field production, WSU points to its team chemistry as a major reason the 2018 Cougars are having so much success compared to last season.
3 weeks ago
Want to ask our experts a question? You could hit them up on twitter (@CBSFantasy), or email the Fantasy Football Today podcast (FantasyFootball@CBSi.com) and you'll have a chance. We love giving personalized advice when we can. But we can't get every question. What we can do is put together
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3 weeks ago
Want to ask our experts a question? You could hit them up on twitter (@CBSFantasy), or email the Fantasy Football Today podcast (FantasyFootball@CBSi.com) and you'll have a chance. We love giving personalized advice when we can. But we can't get every question. What we can do is put together
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