Month: September 2020

It is that time of year: spooky book season. My love for horror may not be as obvious my love for romance and cozy mystery, but I do enjoy it very much. In the last few months especially, I have found myself drawn to it increasingly. I’m not exactly sure why—maybe it is just the
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In the wake of COVID-19’s continued grip on the box office, Disney made another round of release-date changes Wednesday, the good news for exhibition being: Nothing is headed to Disney+. That includes Pixar’s Soul, which is currently sticking to its November 20 release against MGM’s James Bond movie No Time to Die.  While we already
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Rachel McAdams (L) and Jonathan Bennett in Mean Girls. (Mean Girls/IMDb) Mean Girls star Jonathan Bennett is set to star in Hallmark’s first ever gay Christmas movie, and we are already waiting patiently under the mistletoe in anticipation. Bennett, who played Cady Heron’s dreamy love interest Aaron Samuels in Mean Girls, will star in The Christmas House, which
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Play video content President Trump resorted to one of his favorite pastimes — insulting women — making a sexist comment about Meghan Markle … all because she dared to encourage Americans to vote. Meghan and Prince Harry have not officially endorsed any political candidates … but the couple recently entered the convo by urging folks
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Long Live Jenny Cooper! Coroner Season 1 Episode 7 ended with Dr. Peterson’s death, and for a minute there, it looked like Jenny would follow suit on Coroner Season 1 Episode 8. We knew she wouldn’t really die. She’s the lead, and this isn’t Game of Thrones. Still, we haven’t seen our favorite coroner in
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US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has been blasted by LGBT+ activists for her rollbacks of trans protections. (Alex Wong/Getty Images) Betsy DeVos, the US education secretary, should “butt out” of trans teens’ lives and the sports they play, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont said Monday (21 September). The Democratic party lawmaker and business leader tore
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The French singer, actress, and cultural icon Juliette Gréco has died. She was 93. “Juliette Gréco died this Wednesday surrounded by her family in the house she loved so much,” her family said in a statement to the Associated Press. “Her life was one like no other.” Gréco was born in Montpellier, France, in 1927
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Today’s Featured Deals In case you missed yesterday’s most popular deals Previous Daily Deals Tidelands by Philippa Gregory for $1.99 The Dry by Jane Harper for $2.99 Black Klansman by Ron Stallworth for $2.99 Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo for $2.99 The Lady’s Guide to Celestial Mechanics by Olivia Waite for $1.99 What We
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The red area shows the municipalities in Poland that have signed the ‘LGBT-free’ pledge. (Atlas of Hate) In a narrow vote, councillors in Kraśnik, in eastern Poland, voted Tuesday (22 September) to keep their municipality an “LGBT-free zone” in an open challenge to the scores of European Union pressure to undo such patches of open
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Exclusive Carole Baskin is participating in jokes about Don Lewis‘ mysterious disappearance while she’s on ‘DWTS’ … at least according to Don’s family, and now they’re taking her to court. Don’s daughters Gale, Lynda and Donna, plus his former assistant, Anne McQueen are suing Carole for defamation, and they say Don’s disappearance is no laughing
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Keep it comfy as heck with one of these made-in-Canada scents Like ankle boots and comfy sweaters, candles are one of our favourite things about fall—and we’re not just talking about the standard pumpkin spice. From musky notes inspired by falling leaves and crackling fires to the sweet aroma of cardamom and vanilla, these Canadian-made candles prove that
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