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The Lorde, St. Vincent and Taylor Swift collaborator tells GQ all the secrets.
- The Complex Politics Of The Gentrification Of America's Oldest Gay Neighborhood
Eater's debut documentary examines Boystown, a neighborhood that's been the heart of Chicago's gay community since the '60s, as its restaurant and bar owners grapple with its growing popularity while maintaining its history and cultural importance.
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The offers sound almost too good to be true — and the people on the Fyre Festival email list receiving them should know.
- This Gadget Is Like A Pocket-Sized Gym
Activ5 is a palm-sized isometric strength training device that guides you through five-minute, full body workouts you can do from anywhere, especially at your desk. It even tracks your progress and coaches you along the way. Use promo code DIGG to receive $20 off.
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The country’s embrace of the cryptocurrency has led to some old-school precautions against fraud.
- The Dangers Of Thinking Too Much And Thinking Too Little
"The trick is to use our minds to access our most sincere, authentic and original thoughts."
- The Second Coming Of Ultrasound
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- 'The Lathe Of Heaven,' One Of Ursula K Le Guin's Most Mind-Bending Tales, Was Made Into This Terrific PBS Movie
In spite of its tiny budget, this 1980 adaptation starring Bruce Davison, Kevin Conway and Margaret Avery artfully translates Le Guin's novel about a man whose dreams reshape reality — think "the Mandela effect" but scarier.
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Every email has to start somehow. But you can only choose one salutation, whether it's "Hey," "What’s up," "Hello," or something else. So what’s the best way to start an email?
- Guys Successfully Tow Their Car From A Ditch, Everything Immediately Goes Wrong
Say what you want about these guys — they're going to be really experienced at towing cars out of snowy ditches.