Visit the Donut Life Museum for treats, photos, and creative events

Pop-up museums are back and sweeter than ever! Experience The Donut Life Museum, where you get acquainted with donuts in a whole new way. In Westminster, this new immersive experience combines art with one of the sweetest circle treats. Southern California is home to many creative locations to visit and take photos, and this unique space is one of those places. Come prepared to have a photoshoot with giant donuts, colorful sets, and playful toy designs that will make your Instagram shine bright ...
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Netflix Reveals ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Final Season Premiere Date (TV News Roundup)

In today’s TV news roundup, Netflix unveiled the premiere date of the final season of “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” and Apple TV Plus released a trailer for “Becoming You.” DATES Freeform‘s Instagram account will house the network’s new two-episode limited series, “The Clock Is Ticking” on Oct. 27 and Nov. 3. The digital series, part […]
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A New Photo Book Shows America's Last True Wilderness

If you’re a nature-lover in the U.S., you’re probably familiar with the National Park Service and how it protects landscapes. But a new book shows another group of protected wild places in America: the National Wildlife Refuge system.Read more...
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I stayed at Hotel June in L.A., which is offering day rates for professionals looking for WFH alternatives, but I think you'll find the strongest value if you make a night out of it

  Alesandra Dubin/Business Insider Proper Hospitality, a group renowned for design-forward properties, recently opened Hotel June, a more affordable offering near LAX in Los Angeles.Rooms start at $130 per night, but during the pandemic, there are day rates to use guest rooms as workspaces from $99.The inviting pool and restaurant, as well as the sophisticated decor, make it a COVID-safe destination for a local getaway.I booked a standard Spacious King Room to see what it was like to st...
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10 Bon Appétit Test Kitchen stars have left video amid a reckoning over how the company treats employees of color — here's the full list

Some of Bon Appétit's on-camera talent as of February 2020. Roy Rochlin/Getty Images; Samantha Lee/Business Insider Ten of the 13 members of Bon Appétit's famed Test Kitchen will no longer appear in videos for the food magazine.  The staffers include Claire Saffitz, Christina Chaey, Alex Delany, Rick Martinez, Sohla El-Waylly, Priya Krishna, Gaby Melian, Molly Baz, Carla Lalli Music, and Amiel Stanek. Former and current employees of Bon Appétit told Business Insider in June that the co...
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Leaders Who Lust

IN 2004, Barbara Kellerman wrote that “the idea that some leaders and some followers are bad, and that they might have something in common with good leaders and followers, has not fully penetrated the conversation or the curriculum” on leadership. And it should because it is true—the good and the bad are an inherent part of us all. Kellerman also rightly asserts in Bad Leadership that “Human nature is human nature, and that makes it inevitable that certain patterns of bad leadership repeat them...
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Fox News COVID Infection Sends Election Plans Into ‘Chaos’

Fox News has been planning its election night coverage for weeks, prepping staff and on-air talent for the biggest news night of the year. But now Fox faces uncertainty after the network’s president and many of its key on-air stars may have been exposed to COVID-19.“Everyone is in a panic about election night,” said one current Fox News staffer.On Sunday, The New York Times reported that top Fox News executives and talent will quarantine and get tested after flying on a network-chartered flight ...
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53 unique gifts to give your best friend — all under $100

  Outdoor Voices When you have the opportunity to thank a best friend for their friendship, you don't need to spend much to get the point across. Below, you can skim 53 gifts under $100 that they'll be happy to open. Still looking for gift ideas? Check out all Insider Reviews gift guides here.Sign up for Insider Reviews' weekly newsletter for more buying advice and great dealsAt least once a year, you get to thank your best friend for being your own personal saint for the other 364 days...
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‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ Wraps Production as ‘Spider-Man 3’ Begins Shooting

Production on movies and TV is far more challenging than it was at the beginning of 2020, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic continuing to wreak havoc around the world (especially in the United States). But Marvel Studios keeps making moves to get their upcoming projects ready for release. As Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings wraps up production in Sydney, Australia, shooting is just starting to begin on Spider-Man 3 in Atlanta. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings finished shoo...
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How to buy and maintain vintage appliances and midcentury decor for your home

In their Riverside home, Russell Harmon and Bazil LaRoche have spent much of 2020 creating a technicolor tribute to mid-20th century style in their kitchen. The couple, who met on Instagram through their mutual passion for classic cars, were both born in the 1990s, but their retro tastes go back a few decades earlier. “I just love the aesthetic and the feel and the way that midcentury things are made and built,” says Laroche on a recent FaceTime call. “I like the vintage look and feel,” says Har...
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Brook ready to face Crawford with trainer he met on Instagram

Britain's Kell Brook is a "monster with self-belief" as he prepares to face WBO welterweight champion Terence Crawford with a trainer he met on Instagram.
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Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings Wraps Filming!

Filming Wraps on Shang-Chi and the Legends of the Ten Rings After experiencing temporary production delays due to the ongoing pandemic, director Destin Daniel Cretton and lead star Simu Liu took to Instagram to officially announce that filming has finally wrapped on Marvel Studios’ Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. The highly-anticipated MCU film was previously scheduled for a May 2021 release, but has now been pushed back to debut on July 9, 2021. Liu also went on to celebrate the ...
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Linktree raises $10.7M for its lightweight, link-centric user profiles

Simple, link-centric user profiles might seem might not seem like a particularly ambitious idea, but it’s been big enough for Linktree. The Melbourne startup says that 8 million users — whether they’re celebrities like Selena Gomez and Dua Lipa or brands like HBO and Red Bull — have created profiles on the platform, with those profiles receiving more than 1 billion visitors in September. Plus, there are more than 28,000 new users signing up every month. “This category didn’t exist when we star...
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ShareChat’s short video app Moj gets access to Tips Music’s library

ShareChat has signed a licensing deal with Tips Music so that users of its short video platform “Moj” can use the label’s music. “This collaboration with allow ShareChat users to access an exhaustive and profound library of Tips Music to create content on the platform,” a Tips Music spokesperson said in a press release. Moj — a play on the Hindustani word mauj, or fun — was released in July as one of many apps that came forth to fill the TikTok-shaped void in the short video space following that...
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Instagram has changed its policy on nudity and 'breast-squeezing' after a plus-size Black model campaigned against double standards on the platform

Instagram said Monday it had incorrectly applied its rules on "breast squeezing" to model Nicholas-Williams' images, which were repeatedly taken down.
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The Japanese Traditions of Sashiko & Boro: The Centuries-Old Craft That Mends Clothes in a Sustainable, Artistic Way

// The state of our troubled planet dictates that disposables are out. Reusables are in. And anyone who’s taught themselves how to mend and maintain their stuff has earned the right to flaunt it! A quick scroll through Instagram reveals loads of visible mending projects that highlight rather than disguise the area of repair, drawing the eye to contrasting threads reinforcing a threadbare knee, frayed cuff, ragged rip, or moth hole. While some practi...
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2020 The Year Of Social Commerce

Social media has evolved massively in its relatively young existence. At its earliest stages, social media had us creating profiles and searching out old and new friends on Six Degrees (1997). As technology advanced, 100 million of us moved on to Myspace before we jumped ship to Facebook, where 1.7 billion users connect and consume content daily and 2.5 billion users have active accounts. And we haven't even touched on the six other major social media platforms of current popularity. In 2020,...
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Instagram Photos October 2020

Between autumn in Paris and traveling around France in September and October, I’ve taken some eye catching photos for my Instagram accounts.   If you still haven’t followed me on Instagram yet, here are my handles.  @eyepreferparis      @parisian_doors   @literal_streetart  Chanel exhibit Paris Colored cobblestone Van Gogh Hotel Lamoingnon Blue Door Paris Orange Deux Chevaux Roman arena Nimes Marais Palais Roya...
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