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Ties will never recover from the pandemic

As America struggled to recover from a global pandemic, a shattered economy and record unemployment, the headlines were in despair: “THE Cursed Ties.” Men were “cutting back on their clothing bills” to the chagrin of retailers, the Associated Press reported. Those who continued to wear ties switched from colorful, expensive …

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Reviews | What the White House doesn’t understand about disinformation

It is hopeless that disinformation about Covid and other topics takes hold so easily and demands constant monitoring and refutation. Misinformation – false stories and falsehoods – has always been with us, but it only really began to flood our political debates after the 2016 presidential campaign, as Donald Trump …

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“A madman with millions of followers”: what Trump’s new books tell us | Books

This week, the Guardian reported that what is considered a leak of Kremlin documents describe Donald Trump as an “impulsive, mentally unstable and unbalanced individual.” Vladimir Putin, according to the documents, therefore decided to help Trump come to power in 2016 in order to weaken America. Five years later, as …

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Talia Mar goes viral, her advice on social networks and finding her audience | The influencers series | Celebrity

Have you ever wondered what influencers do all day? Each week, we’re going to chat with famous social media influencers to find out exactly what they are doing on average each day. This week, we spoke to singer, YouTuber and influencer Talia Mar and she spilled the tea on creating …

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Chicago summer fun bucket list for families

This summer in Chicago is going to be epic. After months of being locked away at home, Chicago has reopened its doors for everyone to enjoy. This summer offers opportunities to mingle with superheroes, delve into Chicago comic book history, paddle a swan boat in a historic park and much …

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10 Tips For Pet Photography: Make Stunning Puppy Portraits At Home

Wildlife photography is an incredibly fun and rewarding genre to tackle if you love animals, especially if you or your loved ones have voluntary subjects you can practice on. However, many animals (including well-trained ones) can be chaotic and unpredictable, making it difficult to shoot. • Find out more: The …

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News & Information – Comments solicited on the review of activities in public places

Currently, two policies govern these activities and the Council proposes to integrate both into a single policy on Commerce and Events in Public Places. The new draft combined policy will have a much broader scope and set out the rules and guidelines on how activities in all public spaces are …

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SwoonMe uses avatars and audio for its ‘less superficial’ dating app – TechCrunch

A new startup called SwoonMe aims to solve the problem of shallow dating apps, where users mostly make decisions based on how a person looks in their photos. Instead of browsing profiles, the idea of ​​SwoonMe is to use a combination of avatars and audio to encourage users to connect …

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Damien Hirst on Cherry Blossom Painting: “It took me up to 55 to please my mother” | Damien hirst

The first thing that strikes me when I see Damien Hirst’s Cherry Blossoms is not the scale (monumental) or the palette (psychedelic) but the painting itself. It’s thick, sticky, and a bit nasty. Creamy white and dusty pink tea towels swirl from the surface like meringue kisses, fragile and sweet. …

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