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Netflix Limmy’s Show! There’s something very special about the stylings of late—like, actually late—night comedy. I’m speaking specifically of the 2:00 am and beyond slots, when the only people that are awake are very unlikely to be sober. Limmy’s Show is a Scottish sketch comedy series from the early ’10s that’s probably the definitive stoner
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Neilson BarnardGetty Images On Saturday, Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, the founder of MuslimGirl.com, officially announced her candidacy to represent New Jersey’s 6th Congressional District. She is the first Muslim woman to run for federal office in the history of the state and is projected to be the youngest woman to fun for Congress in 2016, according to
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Honestly, he’s doing a great job right now The coronavirus pandemic has produced a lot of unexpected outcomes, from Mitt Romney’s embrace of a universal basic income to Britney Spears calling for a general strike and the redistribution of wealth. But few have been more surprising than Doug Ford’s transformation from a carbon-tax hating, license-plate
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Getty Images Justin Bieber You could wear a gray sweatsuit. A baseball cap. Maybe some Converse. Alternatively, you could do what Bieber does, and turn the huble sweatsuit into a Miam-at-4am fantasia. Start with the ultra-magenta color. Add a beanie and some chunky skate shoes. Top it off with a pair of ’90s-inspired blades and
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  Radio Host Markivus Nious is the host of “Deeper Than Music Radio.” The show’s platform is a talk radio program offering insight into the story behind artists and personalities and what inspires them as artists. Guests featured include international recording artists, songwriters and producers.   David McAbee has been producing and traveling for such
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Sunset BoulevardGetty Images . Consider, if you will, the vastly different isolations of Franklin J. Hart (Dabney Coleman), 9 to 5‘s sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot, and Katherine Parker (Sigourney Weaver), Working Girl‘s villainous boss (who does not get a string of rhyming descriptors, alas). Both steal the work of their respective underlings—Lily Tomlin’s Violet
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My favorite of the coronavirus jams, though, is also the most earnest one I’ve seen so far. “Spreading,” by the 18-year-old South London rapper Psychs, is about the pandemic, but is also a really sweet song. Over the producer Kaiz’s interpolation of Kanye’s chilling “Wolves” beat, Psychs offers healing words: “Let’s take this thing serious
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These days, there’s a common thread to our work-from-home lives—and it’s made of cotton-polyester fleece. Those of us who can are spending more time indoors than ever before, which means trading in casual office attire for more comfortable work-from-home wares. Instagram is now full of shots of sweats, some artfully styled, and others less so;
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For the first time ever, Everlane is putting its entire shop on sale. Like much of the fashion industry, Everlane has been hit hard by the economic downturn that’s followed in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. (The company recently laid off or furloughed more than 200 of its workers, somewhat controversially.) And like a
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In this, the era of experimentation and personal-taste freedom, turning to wardrobe classics has never been more of a good time. Modern icons like solid-color track pants, simple coach jackets, and classic sneakers like the adidas Superstar are simple, functional, and always look good—and can be layered up to evoke whatever mood you want them
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