5 Tips for Hosting The Perfect Winter Barbecue

Why wait until next summer before you host a barbecue in your backyard. There’s something great about bringing the local community together or gathering with family and friends. And there’s no reason why you shouldn’t host a big backyard party in the winter too. We’re going to talk today about some of the tips you’ll want to make use of if you do decide to hold a winter barbecue. Make Sure There’s a Source of Warmth If you want people to hang out in your garden eating their...
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Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "The Old Donkey And The Sea"

DC anarchist cartoonist Mike Flugennock's latest - CW: Obtuse Hemingway reference. "The Old Donkey And The Sea" (original working title: "Old Donkeys Rule") http://sinkers.org/stage/?p=3338 Basically, Obamacare all over again. The Democrats threw out  everything their constituents ever wanted in the "Build Back Better"  bipartisan (spit) infrastructure bill in order to please President  Manchin and the GOP, and the rest of us got nothing — and the  Democrats and thei...
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Is Cynthia Nixon's Miranda Coming Out In And Just Like That...?

As a queer woman who has spent nearly three decades on this planet desperate for representation, I've gotten very, very good at finding hidden messages, subtext, and queer coding just to feel seen by the media I love so much. Hell, I'm mentioned in the IMDb trivia for "It: Chapter 2" when I pointed out that the queer coded Richie Tozier is wearing the same shirt as Jesse in the wildly queer "A Nightmare on Elm Street 2." I have a black belt in head canoning and detecting queerness when the text ...
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Flash #191 - Joe Kubert cover

Joe KubertFlash v1 #194, 1970 - On this peculiar cover, the lead character's uniform takes the central focus rather than the man himself. Joe Kubert's erratic line quality reinforces the idea that something's amiss. The scene would have benefited from more detail. Curiously, the headline may or may not add to the overall theme. Other artists in this bronze age issue include Ross Andru and Mike [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Best video game deals for November 2021

If you're looking for video game deals for the PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch, here are some of the best cheap video games across various retailers.
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Good Hips Day Puts Colossal Emphasis on the Buttocks

Good Hips Day, yet another unofficial holiday dedicated to appreciating a part of the human body, has ushered in the usual social media celebrations as a flood of illustrations and photos have appeared, though, some may argue that there seems to be a greater emphasis on bottoms rather than hips. A small portion of the […]
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The Best Keira Knightley Movies Ranked

Keira Knightley is the queen of the past — she is probably the one name most associated with period films over the last 20 years. In fact, it's easy to forget that Knightley is only 36, as she has both been acting for so long and also played brides in two movies ("Love Actually" and "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl") while still aged just 17. While historical films, especially romantic ones, are very much Knightley's specialty, she has broken out into contemporary-set film...
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Shachiku-san wa Youjo Yuurei ni Iyasaretai Adorably Haunted

Shachiku-san wa Youjo Yuurei ni Iyasaretai has presented watchers with another show about the supernatural as an office worker encounters a ghost girl, the otherworldly being possessing a not at all haunting aura and sure to have type B anime fans ready to bask in the show’s immense warmth and kindness. The trailer is predictably […]
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The Daily Stream: F.T.A. Had Been Unavailable For Years, Its Message Too Dangerous — Now It's On Netflix

(Welcome to The Daily Stream, an ongoing series in which the /Film team shares what they've been watching, why it's worth checking out, and where you can stream it.)The Movie: "F.T.A."Where You Can Watch It: NetflixThe Pitch: Want to see how a movement catalyzes and spreads without social media? Or perhaps you're old enough to remember old-school pamphlet disseminations and secret coffeehouses used for resistance planning. Either way, "F.T.A." is a fantastic, raw glimpse into the G.I. anti-war m...
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Sylvester Stallone Is Coming Back To The MCU For Guardians Of The Galaxy 3

Sly is back, baby. In an Instagram post, Slyvester Stallone confirmed his return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the upcoming "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3." A behind-the-scenes video was posted on his official IG account (@officialslystallone), displaying a series of expensive-looking sensors. The actor will be reprising the role of Stakar Ogord, also called Starhawk, in the third entry in the "Guardians of the Galaxy" franchise, to be released in 2023. Stallone previously played Starhawk...
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Everything That Went Wrong With Disney+ Day

Almost a year after the ordeal that was Disney+ Investor Day 2020, the /Film staff battened down the hatches and braced for the much-touted "Disney+ Day" -- an event to celebrate the two-year anniversary of Disney+ and showcase some of the streaming service's upcoming movies and TV shows.Given that Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, and now the entire 20th Century Fox IP catalog have all been added to the Disney hoard, the company owns a pretty hefty percentage of the modern entertainment landscape as we...
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Star Of Malta Is A Noir Spoof Coming From The Creator Of The Naked Gun

As the director of "Airplane!," "The Naked Gun," and many others, David Zucker is well known for creating some truly classic comedic spoofs. The funny filmmaker has now set his sights on one of cinema's most storied genres in a new film noir-inspired project, "Star of Malta." The film is a period comedy that will be directed by Zucker and co-written with his frequent collaborator, Pat Proft. It will be produced under the banner of RainMaker Films.It's a perfectly timed announcement for the middl...
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Britney Spears Finally Freed From Conservatorship After 13 Years

Britney Spears is free. A California court has ended the conservatorship that had seen her father, Jamie Spears, exert legal control over her affairs since 2008.In a hearing on November 12, 2021, per Variety, a judge ruled that the conservatorship over Britney's estate "is no longer required." Spears herself was not at the hearing, but the attorney who was there on her behalf stated, "We have engaged in an orderly transition of power."The "power" here refers to the "limited and administrative po...
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The Fascinating True Story Behind Minari

Everybody loves an underdog. During this year's awards season, that honor was given to Lee Isaac Chung's "Minari." The film follows the Yis, a Korean American family migrating to Arkansas from California. Patriarch Jacob (Steven Yeun) dreams of starting a farm, despite protests from his wife Monica (Yeri Han), and at the risk of uprooting his children (Alan Kim and Noel Cho). When Monica's mother (Yuh-Jung Youn) arrives from Korea, it adds a layer of dysfunction to an already-tenebrous family dy...
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Fake landlord and deed fraud scams plague Detroit buyers and renters

Mortgage lenders are cautious about extending credit and home prices are so low that most deals are for cash, putting buyers at greater risk.
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The 53 best movies on Amazon Prime Video right now

From dramas and comedies to sci-fi, rom-coms, and even samurai action films, we've pulled all the best movies on Amazon Prime that you can stream right now.
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Netflix Reveals First Look At Lindsay Lohan's Untitled Christmas Movie

Christmas came early this year! Back in May, we learned that Lindsay Lohan was set to star in a Christmas rom-com, courtesy of Netflix, our new holiday overlords. And while we won't actually get to enjoy this masterpiece for another year (ouch), we do get the gift of photographic evidence that it does in fact exist. So if Netflix tries to stiff us in 2022, we'll have the receipts locked and loaded! You can catch the first glimpse of the upcoming Lindsay Lohan flick below. First Look At Lindsay L...
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Movies Like The Truman Show You Should Definitely Watch

"The Truman Show" is one of the most unique films of the '90s. While the film is witty and deeply satirical of the American public's obsession with television and celebrity, it also explores dark psychological themes of paranoia, neglect, and self-sacrifice. The film's 1998 release came at the height of Jim Carrey's career, as he had appeared in a series of comedy hits that made him one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. With "The Truman Show," Carrey proved that he had a dramatic side as well, ...
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Citizen Kane Ending Explained

While Orson Welles' Academy Award-winning film is, as of this writing, 80 years old, there may be a small contingent of /Film readers who have not seen "Citizen Kane" and may not yet know about its famous ending. So consider these opening sentences a Spoiler Warning for one of the highest-regarded and famous movies of all time. For many decades, "Citizen Kane" was practically a punchline in how widely acclaimed it was. Scholars have expounded deeply into its meaning, politics, technique, groundb...
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The 98 best movies on Hulu right now

From award-winning dramas to the latest hits, Hulu has an awesome collection of movies. We've put together the best films currently available on the streamer.
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The best shows on Netflix right now

From American Vandal to Stranger Things, Netflix keeps adding more great shows every week! Here are the best shows on Netflix available to stream right now.
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ShowingTime rolls out new safety, video tools

ShowingTime, a widely used home showing management platform that Zillow purchased earlier this year, announced Friday that it is rolling out several new features related to things such as agent safety and video tours.
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Modders Add Pinnacle Station to Mass Effect Legendary Edition

Modders have continued to improve upon Mass Effect Legendary Edition to restore the beloved game trilogy to its former glory, and recently, a team of modders went the extra mile to do what developers refused to do: restore and remaster the Pinnacle Station DLC. Mgamerz spoke at length about the arduous process of implementing the […]
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Everything We Know About Ms. Marvel So Far

It's an exciting time to be a Kamala Khan fan. After winning over countless comic book readers through the years, the Pakistani-American teen is set to make her official live-action debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Among many other distinctions, the upcoming "Ms. Marvel" series will be the first Marvel property to focus on a Muslim character who chases her inspiration to become a superhero in her own right. The character's casting is authentic to the source material and was met with enthu...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, New Jersey, Marvel Studios, Hawkeye, Brie Larson, Loki, Kamala, Kevin Feige, Adil El Arbi, MCU, Aramis Knight, Yusuf Khan, Kamala Khan, Matt Lintz

Star Wars Bits: Rogue Squadron, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Andor, Boba Fett, And More

In this edition of Star Wars Bits:"Rogue Squadron" Officially Delayed"Obi-Wan Kenobi" Gets a Sizzle Reel"Andor" Targets Q4 2022 ReleaseChloé Zhao To Direct Kevin Feige's "Star Wars" Project?LEGO Ultimate Collector Series (UCS) AT-ATAnd More!  Rogue Squadron Officially Delayed Lucasfilm has delayed the start of production on Patty Jenkins' "Rogue Squadron," which was originally slotted for a December 22, 2023 release date. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jenkins' busy schedule and her prev...
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How to log in to PlayStation Network on your PS4 or PS5 and troubleshoot sign-in issues

Signing in to your PlayStation Network account is crucial the PlayStation gaming experience. Guillaume Payen/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Image You can sign in and out of your PSN account on your PS4 or PS5 using your email address and password. You can choose to set up two-step verification to add an extra layer of security to your PSN account. If you aren't able to access your physical console, you can sign out of PlayStation Network on all of your devices at once via the websit...
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Doctor Strange 2 Undergoing Extensive Reshoots Through The End Of Year

The Eye of Agamotto might be a little bloodshot than usual in the coming weeks, because "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" is gearing up for an intense round of reshoots. And while "reshoots" is no longer the dirty word it once was in Hollywood parlance, this sounds like a far bigger deal than the normal amount of reshoots that are typically built into the production schedule. "Doctor Strange 2" may be in a bit of trouble.According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Marvel Studios product...
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NAR: Closing the racial wealth gap has to be a Realtor priority

The National Association of Realtors' outgoing president, Charlie Oppler, ended his one-year tenure as head of the 1.5 million-member trade group by urging Realtors to continue to work toward closing the racial wealth gap.
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LeadingRE retracts support of NAR listing attribution proposal

Independent brokerage network Leading Real Estate Companies of the World is retracting its support for a listing attribution policy proposal under consideration at the National Association of Realtors.
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Lesson Learned: Work your relationships

Real estate agents across the nation share stories of the lessons they’ve learned during their time in the industry. This week: Learn from Alabama real estate agent Christie White that it’s not always what you know, it’s who you know — especially starting out.
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