Watching Chicago Fire has always felt nostalgic, even in the beginning. The pacing, the dialogue, and the often unrealistic (but still highly entertaining) storylines are reminiscent of the daytime soap operas that you might remember from spending sick days off school at your grandma’s house. To be clear, that’s the highest compliment a show could
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We all have our routines. And while the otherworldly fellow in The Spaceman may have a very different mode of transportation from the rest of us— a super cool silver spaceship—he too has a routine: “I collect soil samples. I label the soil samples. And I file the soil samples. Then I move on to
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There are long-running movie franchises, and then there’s James Bond. Generations grew up watching 007’s adventures, with various actors taking on the role. With Daniel Craig’s Bond movies in the rear view, there’s been a ton of debate and speculation about who might be the next name to take the mantle. While it was reported
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Photography by Getty ImagesFleeting fads have nothing on these pratical cropped pants. Here’s where to find yours — and how to wear them. By Natalie Michie Date April 17, 2024 These days, pants seem to be shrinking before our very eyes. From the growing popularity of short shorts to the shift towards bodysuits being worn
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Names often play a pivotal role in stories—and like many aspects of fiction, their importance is reflected in the real world. The novels of award-winning young adult author Darcie Little Badger draw on the power of names: In Elatsoe, Little Badger’s 2020 debut, the titular character carries the name of a legendary ancestor. Little Badger’s
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The Post Office’s chief executive has been “exonerated of all misconduct allegations” following an investigation into bullying allegations. The organisation said Nick Read would continue to lead it following the independent review. Allegations about his behaviour emerged earlier this year when Henry Staunton, the former Post Office chairman, told a House of Commons select committee
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Welcome to Today in Books, where we report on literary headlines at the intersection of politics, culture, media, and more. It’s been a quiet start to the week news-wise, and TBH, I don’t hate it. Let’s hit a few highlights and get to the “it” books of the week.  p.s. Don’t know what to get
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