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By Howard Bloom The Internet has been under constant attack for the last 20 years as the source of all of our emotional woes, from depression, cyberbullying, and suicide to negative body image.     The anti-Internet attack has been so fierce that nine states have tried to ban social media access for kids under sixteen or
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The standard story in the Western media right now is that Israel has proposed a ceasefire deal that American Secretary of State Anthony Blinken calls “extraordinarily generous.”  And that is true.  The Israeli deal proposes to give up over a thousand Palestinian prisoners—in many cases men who have murdered Israelis—in exchange for only 40 hostages.  For
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Who else but hosts Wendy Stuart and Tym Moss could “spill the tea” on their weekly show “If These Walls Could Talk” live from Pangea Restaurant on the Lower Eastside of NYC, with their unique style of honest, and emotional interviews, sharing the fascinating backstory of celebrities, entertainers, recording artists, writers and artists and bringing their
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Share Tweet Share Share Email A New Chapter for Reality TV? Colton Underwood, the star of The Bachelor Season 23, recently shared insights with Entertainment Weekly about the possibility of an LGBTQIA+-focused season for the iconic dating show. With nearly two decades under its belt, The Bachelor and its spinoffs like The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise have become staples in reality TV, drawing in
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Jenna Ortega is back as Wednesday Addams in the upcoming second season of Netflix’s “Wednesday,” and Variety reports that Steve Buscemi is joining the team this time around. Steve Buscemi, who recently appeared in the Netflix comedy-horror movie Hubie Halloween, will play the new principal of Nevermore Academy in “Wednesday” Season 2. Jenna Ortega stars
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June 1939: British naval sub HMS Thetis sinks in sea trials. Ninety-nine people die. August 1942: Allied forces raid the coastal town of Dieppe in German-occupied France. Thousands are killed, captured or wounded, in part because coastal scouting was minimal. September 1942: British-manned torpedoes attack German battleship Tirpitz. All crewmen are captured or killed. Catastrophes
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Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones are spilling parenthood secrets. The couple—who share son Dylan, 23, and daughter Carys, 20—know the trick to getting their adult kids to hang out with them is by taking them on exciting, luxury vacations. “We’ve got good trips,” Michael said on Today on April 16, before joking, “We seduce them with good places to go.” However, it’s not
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Richard Horowitz, the composer and pianist who won a Golden Globe Award for his soundtrack, with Ryuichi Sakamoto, to The Sheltering Sky, died in Marrakesh, Morocco, on Saturday, April 13, according to a post on the Instagram page of his wife, Sussan Deyhim. In its own tribute, the New York label Rvng Intl., which reissued
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Who’s ready to get scared? Well if so, you can actually watch some particularly skin-crawling films, including some we deem the best horror movies of all time, for free on Tubi. From Jordan Peele’s masterpiece to ‘80s favorites such as the first movies that introduced the killing sprees of Chucky and Leatherface, there’s a rather
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Edibles: Small Bites for the Modern Cannabis Kitchen by Stephanie Hua with Coreen Carroll This gorgeous weed cookbook with bright, colorful pictures is written by Stephanie Hua, the founder of a cannabis-infused marshmallow business called Mellows. Hua and co-author Coreen Carroll, cofounder of a dining experience called the Cannaisseur Series, include clear and informative context
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