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‘Stranger Things’ Star Caleb Mclaughlin Shares “Black Boy Joy” Playlist


As part of Spotify’s Black History Month playlist series, the streaming service teamed up with Stranger Things star Caleb McLaughlin, to share his favorite songs.

Here’s Your First Real Look at Netflix’s ‘Lost in Space’ Reboot

Netflix has released the first official teaser of its upcoming reboot of the classic science fiction TV series Lost in Space, which is slated to debut on April 13.

Why Are These Gucci Models Holding Their Own Heads?


Visit the original post to see all 2 images from this gallery. Gucci‘s FW18 show in Milan was one for the books.

Champagne Lady ‘58


Embed from Getty Images — In the early part of the last decade, not quite a novice to online dating, but yet to achieve a Master’s Degree in finding love on the Internet, I met Champagne Lady ‘58.

Mary Berry's New Cooking Show Is Going to Be a Classic — Food TV


Earlier this year Mary Berry announced that she'd gotten rid of her dining room to remodel herself a much larger kitchen, and it sounds like that was a good plan.

Blame air currents for the East Coast’s warm spell, and also climate change


The US East Coast has been unusually hot this week, breaking temperature records from Boston to Washington, DC.

Here’s How to Buy the Exclusive ASICS “Fresh Up” Gel-180


Visit the original post to see all 2 images from this gallery. Brands: Foot Locker, Pensole & ASICS Model: GEL-180 “Fresh Up” Key Features: Enlarged ASICS branding on the sides, multicolored outsoles, special edition co-branded box Release Date: Saturday, February 24 Price: $180 USD Buy: Exclusively at select Foot Locker locations worldwide Editor’s Notes: Foot Locker, Pensole Footwear Design Academy and ASICS have all joined forces to create a special variation of the GEL-180 silhouette dubbed, “Fresh Up.” Designed by footwear designer Brady Corum, and Australian color and materials designer Vince Lebon, both drew inspiration from hip-hop culture’s inherent nature of creativity and innovation, to feature textures and colors from microphones, turntables, graffiti and more on the silhouette.

Terry Crews on Pursuing Justice Against WME Agent: “I Still Have to Send a Check to My Molester”


Terry Crews’ case against William Morris Endeavor agent Adam Venit is now being reviewed by the L.A. County District Attorney’s office, and when Crews attended the Esquire 2018 Mavericks of Hollywood party, he had a lot to say about the frustrating nature of his situation.

There’s A Farm 100 Feet Below The Streets Of London — And It Could Change Agriculture Forever

THE GOOD NEWS: Biologists are repurposing London's old air raid tunnels into a sustainable underground farm.

How These Women Took Chemicals Out Of Indian Farming — And Made It More Profitable

THE GOOD NEWS: Women are leading an organic farming movement in India that has promoted job growth, healthier environments, and increased agricultural yields.

Watch teens organize against guns in their native language: Snapchat


Across the US today, Feb. 21, high school students have been organizing walkouts over gun control, a week after a gunman opened fire at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, killing 17 students and teachers.

These Oscar Speeches Will Make You Laugh, Cry & Cringe


Right this very moment, the chosen ones in Hollywood are carefully considering their words, listing every agent and publicist, and jotting down some witty asides onto index cards, which they will carefully tuck inside a jacket pocket or Swarovski-embellished evening bag.

Nearly 50 senators sign bipartisan letter asking Trump to support joint U.S.-Mexico-Canada bid for 2026 World Cup


It seems there are some fans of the world's most beautiful game lurking on Capitol Hill. On Wednesday, a group of nearly 50 senators sent a letter to President Trump asking him to support an effort for the U.S., Canada, and Mexico to jointly host the FIFA 2026 World Cup.

Una Marson: Jamaica’s First Female Editor and Publisher


Happy Black History Month! For each of the 28 days of February, we at The Mary Sue will have a post about a black woman you should know about—some you may have heard of, some a little bit more obscure, and some fictional who still deserve a lot of love.  ‘Girlfriend of the forces’ Una Marson (1905 -1965) broadcasting to British troops in the West Indies from a theatre in London, 23rd February 1942.

Pentax K-1 Mark II Offers ISO 819200 and Handheld Pixel Shift


Ricoh has just announced the Pentax K-1 Mark II, a successor to the original K-1 that was unveiled in February 2016.

Exclusive: Telegram is holding a secretive second pre-ICO sale


You have to admire Pavel Durov’s audacity. Over the past few months, the CEO of Telegram convinced 81 accredited investors, including Silicon Valley giants Sequoia Capital and Benchmark, to give him $850 million in a presale of his company’s cryptocurrency in advance of an initial coin offering, or ICO.

The case that Idaho’s brazen anti-Obamacare plan isn’t illegal after all


If you want the full breakdown of Idaho’s audacious plan to unravel Obamacare within its borders, check out the piece we published this morning.

Space-saving, planet-saving paper furniture!


If you thought this single-leather-piece card-case was marvelous, wait till I introduce you to Octa. Made out of 3 pieces of corrugated cardboard, the Octa can become a rather sturdy stool capable of taking a grown human’s weight.

North Korea backed out of secret meeting with Vice President Mike Pence at Olympics in South Korea

Vice President Mike Pence was secretly set to meet with North Korean officials earlier this month while visiting South Korea for the 2018 Winter Olympics, according to White House officials on Tuesday, but the North Koreans backed out “at the last minute,” Bloomberg reported.

UN Head Urges Ceasefire In Syria's Eastern Ghouta Region


Watch Video The United Nations is once again calling for a ceasefire in Syria after government planes bombed a rebel-held area, destroying some hospitals and medical centers.


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