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In this episode of New in the Q, Alexa Ray Joel shares a few things she's been obsessed with during quarantine.
They’ve reportedly “never seen her like this before!” (Sorry, Scott.)
"It's safe to say I've watched every single episode of every single season at least 5 times each," Minaj revealed.
One shopper claims it made him 'feel like a wizard.'
Can't stop, won't stop.
People over the age of 16 will be able to drive around the 2.66-mile track so long as they get vaccinated or tested for COVID-19 at the site.
This ‘Peggsto’ dish is one of the simplest breakfasts you can make.
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The beach is going to be popping this season.
What women decide to wear, no matter what they choose, can be a losing game. Experts weigh in on why society cares so and how we can move past it.
“Good 4 U” is a breakup banger.
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She also showed off new dance moves in a cat suit.
Score items from Serena & Lily, Industry West, Ballard, and more!
Image Source: Getty / Marianna Massey While appropriation of any part of culture is always a tricky subject - with critics arguing that appreciation is always the intention - the conversation surrounding culinary appropriation specifically is one that's often not taken seriously. "It's just food; it's not that deep," people might say.
My cart is your cart.
Taste is subjective, but there's science to prove flavors and textures really do change as chemistry does its work.
I noticed a difference in my sense of smell. I now enjoyed smells you wouldn’t usually consider aromatic: wet paint, cleaning chemicals… and yes, gasoline.
Minwook Paeng's Third Eye device detects obstacles while you're looking at your phone.