Monthly Archives: July, 2022

Why I love Rebecca Hall’s performance in Christine

Why I love Rebecca Hall's performance in Christine ...

Scientists pinpoint the moment warm-bloodedness evolved in mammals

Scientists have pinpointed the moment in time our earliest ancestors evolved to be warm-blooded, and it happened much later and far more quickly than...

BookTrib Giveaway: Sci-Fi or Fantasy? Pick Your Poison

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How to Host an Outdoor Viewing Party

Imagine a movie theater as big as the great outdoors. That’s what portable projectors make possible: family movie night anywhere. Just consider whether you...

NASA Digs a Pit SpaceX Opens the Heavens By Howard Bloom

Build it and they will come. DARPA opened the Internet in 1969.  And people came.  Slowly. Over the course of 20 years.  Then those people...

Epo does not help with neurological damage to newborns: The

Adding erythropoietin to cooling therapy for term newborns with birth asphyxia has no benefit over cooling therapy alone, a study published today in the...

Beyoncé Wows in Cone Bras and Catsuits in Her “Renaissance”

Beyoncé's long-awaited "Renaissance" album is finally here, and it delivers on not only the soul-stirring music she's known for, but also the striking visuals...

SEC filing: Twitter schedules a shareholder meeting to vote on

4 Shopify sales analytics reports to grow your online store  —  There are many benefits to selling on Shopify—a full-fledged website builder, easy...

Alter Bridge announce Pawns & Kings album, unveil title track:

Alter Bridge have announced that their seventh studio album, Pawns & Kings, will arrive on October 14th via Napalm Records. In advance of the...

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Interview with Paige Dearth, Author of A Little Pinprick

What’s the story behind the story? What inspired you to write A Little Pinprick? Once upon a time, many years ago in a far-off...

The Sandman: Netflix Shares Horror-Tinged Trailer for Neil Gaiman Adaptation

It feels like we've been hearing tidbits of information about Netflix's The Sandman for years, but we are inching closer to the...

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