Monthly Archives: November, 2022

‘Doctor Who’ Needs to Get Over Itself

Doctor Who’s whole existence has been that of a metamorphosing thing. Due in part to the show’s baked-in rubrics of time travel and regenerating...

New Halloween ‘Scariant’ Variants and Boosting Your Immunity: COVID, Quickly,

Tanya Lewis: Hi, and welcome to COVID, Quickly, a Scientific American podcast series! Josh Fischman: This is your fast-track update on...

Machine Gun Kelly + Megan Fox Dressed as Tommy Lee

There are few former rock music couples more famous than Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson, so perhaps it's no great shock that Machine Gun Kelly and...

Armageddon Time review – a bracing portrait of grief and

Armageddon Time review – a bracing portrait of grief and turbulance ...

Interview with Lee Maguire, Author of Convergence

What’s the story behind the story? What inspired you to write Convergence? Life themes overlap and flow through time. Our past flows into the...

Richard Thomas on his Career-Defining Role on The Waltons, Returning

Anyone of a certain age who enjoyed watching The Waltons during its original run in the 1970s is pleased to see the...

The Holy-Grail Product My 73-Year-Old Mum Uses to Make Her

I'm pretty lucky. Not only do I have a job where I get to experience, write, and learn about the newest beauty products and beauty trends hitting...

General Motors Temporarily Halts Paid Advertising on Twitter

General Motors said late on Friday it had temporarily halted paid advertising on Twitter after Elon Musk completed his takeover of the social media company.The...

Researchers Use Quantum ‘Telepathy’ to Win an ‘Impossible’ Game

To win at the card game of bridge, which is played between two sets of partners, one player must somehow signal to their teammate...

The Rolling Stones Ready New Album Featuring Late Drummer Charlie

The Rolling Stones have only released one studio album since 2005. But the influential English classic rock band is now recording a new one, per reports....

Charlotte Wells: ‘Adults are locked in the roles that they

Charlotte Wells: 'Adults are locked in the roles that they perform for kids' ...

Interview with Nowick Gray, Author of Charlie Utopia

What’s the story behind the story? What inspired you to write Charlie Utopia? The end of a fourteen-year relationship in my own life shocked...

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