News Katy Perry Announces New Album 143 The pop singer returns in September with her first studio album since 2020 By Matthew Strauss July 10, 2024 Facebook X Katy Perry, photo by Jack Bridgland Facebook X Katy Perry will release a new album, 143, on September 20 via Capitol. It will mark the pop artist’s
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News Nirvana and Marc Jacobs Settle Smiley Face Logo Lawsuit Lawyers for Nirvana had claimed that the fashion company improperly tried to associate itself with the grunge band By Matthew Strauss July 10, 2024 Facebook X Photos via Getty Images Facebook X Limited liability companies for Nirvana and Marc Jacobs International have settled a lawsuit
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Is there any more cozy, inviting home in literature than a hobbit hole? These underground dwellings are so iconic that literary tourists travel across the world to see them in New Zealand. It doesn’t take much to evoke a hobbit hole: just a round door in isolation will do. So, if you’re looking to make
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Emily has a PhD in English from the University of Southern Mississippi, MS, and she has an MFA in Creative Writing from GCSU in Milledgeville, GA, home of Flannery O’Connor. She spends her free time reading, watching horror movies and musicals, cuddling cats, Instagramming pictures of cats, and blogging/podcasting about books with the ladies over
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Kelly is a former librarian and a long-time blogger at STACKED. She’s the editor/author of (DON’T) CALL ME CRAZY: 33 VOICES START THE CONVERSATION ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH and the editor/author of HERE WE ARE: FEMINISM FOR THE REAL WORLD. Her next book, BODY TALK, will publish in Fall 2020. Follow her on Instagram @heykellyjensen. View
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Nobel Award-winning Canadian author Alice Munro died on May 13th at 92 years old. The literary world responded with news stories praising her work and legacy. Weeks later, Andrea Robin Skinner, the youngest daughter of Munro, has shared her story about being sexually abused by her stepfather, Gerald Fremlin, as a child. When she told
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Patricia Elzie-Tuttle is a writer, podcaster, librarian, and information fanatic who appreciates potatoes in every single one of their beautiful iterations. Patricia earned a B.A. in Creative Writing and Musical Theatre from the University of Southern California and an MLIS from San Jose State University. Her weekly newsletter, Enthusiastic Encouragement & Dubious Advice offers self-improvement
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July is Disability Pride Month! It celebrates the anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in 1990. Roughly one in four U.S. Americans have a disability, “representing all abilities, ages, races, ethnicities, religions and socio-economic backgrounds.” Despite how common disability is, disabled people are still underrepresented in all kinds of media,
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In this article RACE-IT Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT In the world of luxury, Hermès is arguably the gold standard. Its sales are growing double digits even as other luxury companies post declines or dramatically slower growth. Wealthy customers lucky enough to be anointed as Birkin-bag worthy can purchase a Birkin 25 for about $11,000
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In this article PARA Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT The Paramount Studios in Los Angeles on April 29, 2024. Eric Thayer | Bloomberg | Getty Images More consolidation, more problems — that’s the latest fear gripping the theatrical industry. After a monthslong negotiation process, Paramount and Skydance have struck a merger agreement. While the
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Courtesy: Walmart When Walmart announced earlier this summer that it would add digital shelf labels to more of its stores, the discounter said the move would cut another tedious task from store workers’ to-do lists. Customers didn’t necessarily see it that way. On TikTok, some criticized the higher-tech price tags as the first step toward
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Sky News’ deputy political editor Sam Coates and Politico’s Jack Blanchard are here with their guide to the day ahead in politics. They discuss how the prime minister is tackling his first full week, with the problems facing the new government reportedly outlined in a dossier drawn up by his chief of staff Sue Gray –
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