Monthly Archives: October, 2022

This Week’s ‘Andor’ Has a Hidden ‘Indiana Jones’ Easter Egg

Did you spot it? It’s there in the image above. Can you see it?This week’s Andor ends with a scene in the showroom of Stellan...

It’s a planet: New evidence of baby planet in the

Astronomers agree that planets are born in protoplanetary disks -- rings of dust and gas that surround young, newborn stars. While hundreds of these...

The Best Black Poets to Read (and Listen To!) Right

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‘General Hospital’ Sets Return Date for Emma Samms as Holly

Mark your calendars and set your DVRs now, General Hospital fans: Emma Samms is returning to the ABC daytime drama on Wednesday, October 19....

Your Fall Dopamine Dressing Guide With the Hi-Line collection by

Make the city your runway with these four looks. ...

I Love Twitter Bots and I Cannot Lie

“I love bots” feels like a controversial statement now, given the rise of troll farms deploying them and the proliferation of egg accounts spreading...

China’s Mars Rover Finds Hints of Catastrophic Floods

China’s Zhurong rover has peered deep under the surface of Mars, finding evidence of two major floods that probably shaped the region the robot...

How to Get Tickets to Michelle Obama’s 2022 Book Tour

Former First Lady Michelle Obama has announced a 2022 US tour in support of her latest book, The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain...

Star Trek: Discovery Season 5 First Look Released at NYCC

During New York Comic Con, Paramount released the first look at Star Trek: Discovery Season 5.“The New York Comic Con 2022 Star Trek Universe audience got...

Interview with Jenny Hale, Author of The Christmas Letters

What’s the story behind the story? What inspired you to write The Christmas Letters? I got to thinking, “What would happen if Prince Charming...

Gabby Petito’s Mother Says Family Didn’t Approve Controversial Lifetime Movie

Lifetime has a long history of mining real-life crime stories for ripped-from-the-headlines TV movies. But social media users are slamming the cable network for...

Pioneering research using bacteria brings scientists a step closer to

Scientists have harnessed the potential of bacteria to help build advanced synthetic cells which mimic real life functionality. The research, led by the University...

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