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    In Praise of Jennifer Nettles’s Equal Play Pants

    Back in January 2018, the Golden Globes’ all-black fashion moment in support of the Time’s Up movement briefly seemed to hold so much promise as a flexion point in red carpet dressing. It seemed possible that the night would stand in history as the moment when celebrities ceased to use their entrance-making power to market […]

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    What’s on TV Saturday: ‘Dollface’ and Christmas Under the Stars’

    What’s Streaming DOLLFACE Stream on Hulu. In this new sitcom, Kat Dennings plays Jules, a woman who works to rekindle her female friendships after a breakup. The story swings in and out of Jules’s reality and her internal fantasy world, tackling social anxiety and breakup etiquette with a surrealistic flair that echoes shows like “Lodge […]

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    ‘I Lost My Body’ Review: The Quest of a Severed Hand

    In the opening moments of the unsettling animated feature “I Lost My Body,” a young man, Naoufel, lies on the ground covered in his own blood. From that traumatic moment on, his consciousness will be split into two perspectives. This surreal French thriller tells dueling stories simultaneously. In flashback, it shows the life of the […]

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    ‘The Hare With Amber Eyes’ Comes Home

    VIENNA — Last Monday in the imposing Ephrussi Palace, Edmund de Waal presided over a family reunion. For the first time since World War II, 41 relatives from around Europe, the United States and Mexico toured the neo-Renaissance building that had been home to the Ephrussi family, European Jews whose wealth once rivaled that of […]

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    The Week in Business: A Brexit Battering, and Mark Zuckerberg Plays Defense

    Need a break from impeachment season? Here’s a quick catch-up on what happened this week on the business and tech fronts, and the news to know heading into Monday. ImageCredit…Giacomo Bagnara What’s Up? (Oct. 13-19) Brexit Whiplash, Yet Again Prime Minister Boris Johnson finally managed to cobble together a new Brexit deal with the European […]

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    The Weekly | In Yoga, Blurry Lines Easily Crossed

    Episode 19: ‘Hands On’ Producer Jamila Wignot When sweaty, barely covered bodies bend and twist in tight space in a yoga class, boundaries can get blurry. What one person may consider a well-intentioned hands-on adjustment to a yoga pose can seem inappropriate to someone else. The combination of physical touch, spirituality and power dynamics have […]

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    This Is What Climate Change Sounds Like

    Earth’s climate is changing around us. From the frequent wildfires in California to the increasingly severe cyclones in the Indian Ocean, evidence of human-caused global warming is becoming clear. But even as polls indicate a growing acceptance of the reality of global warming, many people are still not motivated enough to act; it feels too […]

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    Joel Kim Booster Jokes About Grindr and Asian Stereotypes

    Name: Joel Kim Booster Age: 31 Hometown: Born in South Korea and raised in Plainfield, Ill., by adoptive parents. Now lives: In a sparsely decorated one-bedroom apartment in the Thai Town area of Los Angeles. Claim to fame: Mr. Kim Booster is a stand-up comedian and actor who currently stars in “Sunnyside,” a sitcom created […]

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