The 1990s are back! But theyre much more depressing this time around | Joe Stone

Robbie Williams and the Spice Girls are on the agenda again. Its tarnishing the decade that made me, says journalist Joe Stone As the Beckhams, Chris Evans. Were basically one problematic late-night TV show involving Sarah Cawood away from a full-blown revival. Im a child of the 90s I have…

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I watched three days of nudity at the Edinburgh fringe this is what I learned

Sex sells, which explains why performers have been getting their kit off at the fringe for years. But my fleshy odyssey was also mindbending and profoundly moving Fifteen naked people in a single day is a record for me. For a Monday, at least. I am in Edinburgh to attend…

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Steven Tyler orders Donald Trump to stop playing Aerosmith music at rallies

After Livin on the Edge was played at a West Virginia rally this week, Tylers lawyers have sent another cease-and-desist letter to Trumps office Steven Tyler, the lead singer of Aerosmith, has ordered Donald Trump to stop playing August 22, 2018 This is not the first time Tyler has ordered…

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The ‘Guerrilla’ Wikipedia Editors Who Combat Conspiracy Theories

Susan Gerbic spent her career photographing babies at a department store in Salinas, California, just 100 miles south of San Francisco. Today, the retired 55-year-old has dedicated her life to something entirely different: Wikipedia. As a member of the skeptical movement, Gerbic is committed to promoting critical thinking, scientific inquiry,…

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Twitter rips awful Forbes take about replacing libraries with Amazon

Libraries are amazing and bad takes in Forbes are not.Image: Mark Lennihan/AP/REX/Shutterstock UPDATE: July 23, 2018, 1:48 p.m. EDT As of Monday afternoon, it appears as if the story has been pulled from Forbes without a note or any other reason. The story has also been removed from Mourdoukoutas’ author…

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Spanish government swears in historic female-dominated cabinet

King Felipe VI and Pedro Sanchez Swearing-in ceremony of new Cabinet.Image: JAVIER LIZON/POOL/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock Spain’s new government has only just been sworn in, but it’s already made history. That’s because the women in this cabinet outnumber the men.  King Felipe VI of Spain swore in the new government on Thursday, with…

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