‘American Horror Story: Double Feature’ Trailer: Come Up to the Lab and See What’s on the Slab

The latest installment of American Horror Story , affectionately known as Double Feature , has been shrouded in mystery (per usual). And while creator and showrunner Ryan Murphy is often very secretive about what each season will bring to the table, this season seems to be throwing some curveballs. Namely that the season will be split in half with two potentially isolated stories. The brand new trailer and poster for the season sheds a bit more gloom on the matter and offers some eerie insi...
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The Artist

  Sacha's Italian Girlfriend is doing an internship in Barcelona at an art gallery. Amongst learning how to run an art gallery and sell art (every artist can relate to that) the owner of the art gallery is encouraging Elena to create as well by providing the art supplies and paper she needs to create as much art as she wants. At the same time, the gallerist will show her art and takes a small commission. It is a win-win situation, generous and supportive. Elena, on her Instagram account, post...
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Overcast sunrise, at 5:47.

 No sun to see, but there was a little moon: [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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Miami Dolphins CB Xavien Howard Announces He Wants a Trade

Disgruntled Miami Dolphins All-Pro Bowl cornerback Xavien Howard announces on Instagram he wants to be traded Author: Publish date: Jul 27, 2021 * * * So much for the positive vibe with Xavien Howard reporting for the first day of Miami Do
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Daily Crunch: No-code startup Bubble pops with $100 million Series A round

To get a roundup of TechCrunch’s biggest and most important stories delivered to your inbox every day at 3 p.m. PDT, subscribe here. Hello and welcome to Daily Crunch for July 27, 2021. Today is a good day not only because the U.S. women’s national soccer team is heading to the Olympics quarter finals (shoutout Gotham’s Carli Lloyd!), but also because Danny Crichton just published an incredibly interesting EC-1 digging into RapidSOS. Danny has previously written extensively about disaster tech, ...
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Words With Friends 2 Day Social Sweepstakes

Words with Friends birthday celebrations continue with another #giveaway. Enter to win 1 of 5 special #WordsWithFriendsDay prize packs! Enter for your chance to win on Instagram and Facebook!...
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2020 – A Year of Travel In 100 Black and White Photographs

Every year I post 100 of my favorite photos from the year’s travels.  It goes without saying that 2020 wasn’t exactly conducive to travel on the scale of previous years. I’ve actively taken a conservative approach to movement, and focused on best practices. This has meant that most of my time spent photographing in 2020 focused on Denmark. However, during July Governmental guidance created a “Green” corridor for approved travel and freedom of movement within Denmark, Norway and Svalbard. It was...
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14 of the best hotels in Amsterdam with incredible design and Instagram-worthy decor

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Tripadvisor The Netherlands is open to US travelers. Amsterdam has a wide range of hotels for every taste and budget from budget-friendly to five-star. We chose the best hotels in Amsterdam based on location, price, amenities, and reviews. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Amsterdam's preserved Golden Age city center is teeming with picturesque canals, arched bridges, cobblestone streets, and cen...
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Instagram's New Settings Take Aim at Creepy Adults

As part of a slew of ongoing efforts to make Instagram less of a cesspool of awful content for awful people, the company announced a slew of new changes for accounts belonging to the teen and tweenage set meant to keep them safer on the platform. Read more...
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Instagram Expands Time Limit for Reels to 60 Seconds

Instagram doubled the maximum length of Reels to 60 seconds from 30 seconds and added a captions sticker to the video feature. The Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing network rolled out Reels last August with a 15-second limit, doubling it to 30 seconds last September. Instagram said its community has been asking for the ability to...
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Paris Photos

A mix of photos around Paris taken within a few days of each other. We had a misty rain and then this rainbow when the sun came out. It was enormous. And look at this unusual cloud formation on the left. It looks like something came down and smashed in flat on top and I guess a wind of some sort did. I saw it from my apartment window.(I read up on this type of cloud, called an anvil cloud, and it is cause by wind in the cloud hitting ice crystals at the top.) A really gorgeous...
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Dua Lipa Says She’s ‘Surprised and Horrified’ by DaBaby’s Homophobic Remarks

Dua Lipa is speaking out against DaBaby’s homophobic comments at Rolling Loud. The pop star — who collaborated with DaBaby on the wildly popular remix of her song “Levitating” — took to her Instagram story on Tuesday to condemn the comments DaBaby made during his Rolling Loud performance on Sunday night. According to a video […]
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Norman Reedus Posts Weird Silent Hill 3 Video on Instagram

Many still correlate actor Norman Reedus with Silent Hill as he was set to play the protagonist in Hideo Kojima’s canceled entry in the series titled Silent Hills. And even though that game has been dead for years, Reedus has recently ventured into the foggy town once again in a weird video he posted on Instagram. In this short looping video, the Walking Dead star can be seen standing next to Robbie the Rabbit from Silent Hill 3. Just be warned that this video has a lot of flashing lights and mi...
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16 stunning hotel bathrooms that are the best part of the room - all under $500

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Soak in the views and more at the Standard High Line. Tripadvisor A great bathroom is the hallmark of a true luxury hotel. The best hotel bathrooms have rainfall showers, soaking tubs, spa features, and gorgeous marble. We picked the best hotel bathrooms under $500 across the U.S. for a luxe stay, but on a budget. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky You can tell a lot about a hotel room by its bathroom....
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ScottC’s Podcast Review: Good Podcasts About Bad Shit

I listen to a lot of podcasts. A lot of podcasts. Looking at my podcatcher, I have over seventy five on there. I can also say, going total hipster, that I was into podcasts way before Serial. I listen to podcasts, I’ve been on podcasts, I work with podcasts. I thought I’d share some of the podcasts I listen to and share some of the ones that may have passed you by with the current glut out there. Cults are bad. We all know this. They engage in everything from financial predation an...
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Oregon e-bike advocacy group looks to host rides to educate policymakers

Metro Councilor Shirley Craddick and her e-bike at a 2017 ride.(Photo: J. Maus/BikePortland) Oregon is home to many electric bike businesses and believers. But so far, the revolutionary vehicles have failed to crack into the mainstream political discourse. Now a group of e-bike advocates will take concrete steps to change that by getting legislators and policymakers into the saddle. Electric Bikes For All (EB4A) is a group that’s been meeting since 2019. It started informally thanks to leadersh...
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Twitch Hires Ex-YouTube Exec Constance Knight as VP of Creators

Twitch, the Amazon-owned livestreaming platform, has recruited Constance Knight in the newly created role of VP, global creators. Knight most recently was at Instagram, where she was global head of video curation for short-form content. Before that, she worked at YouTube for more than nine years, most recently as head of content programs and partnerships […]
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Instagram now supports 60-second videos on Reels, its TikTok clone

Haven’t you heard that Instagram is no longer a photo-sharing app? Today, Instagram announced that users can now upload 60-second videos on Reels, the platform’s TikTok competitor. This update also adds functionality for a captions sticker on Reels, which transcribes audio to text. Instagram previously teased this sticker for Reels when they added it to Stories, making the platform more accessible for Deaf or hard of hearing users, as well as people who want to use the app without sound. Right n...
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Best Landscape Photography Settings & Tips

Learn landscape photography settings for any camera. In this video, I answer a question from the community – asking for the best landscape photography settings. I talk about things to consider for your lens, your camera, and even stability for different situations. Dive into the best settings for landscape photography. Learn about long exposure photography Subscribe Transcription was done by’s automated transcription service which means it’s an AI-generated transcript. The tra...
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Instagram: How to Manage How Much Sensitive Content You See

Instagram added a Sensitive Content Control to its Settings menu, which allows users to manage the amount of "sensitive content" they see on the Explore tab of the photo- and video-sharing application. Instagram defined sensitive content as "posts that don't necessarily break our rules, but that could potentially be upsetting to some people--such as posts...
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The Best Church Websites: 9) Use Quality Images

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The best iPhone tripods for 2021

For hobbyists and pros alike, an iPhone tripod is essential to helping shoot a perfect photo or video. We gathered some of the best iPhone tripods out there.
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Victoria Beckham wows Paris in a see-through dress and the boldest shoes ever

Victoria Beckham took to Instagram on Tuesday afternoon to announce she was in Paris, in a...
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Breaking into advertising: what’s it like being an aspiring creative in 2021?

With a global pandemic and a highly saturated job market, being a creative comes with its challenges. While we regularly feature what it’s like to work at an agency on our blog, today we’re focusing on those trying to break into the industry. Here, we speak to web designer Lanre Adeleye, Luanda Holness, a multi-disciplined creative and artist Joseph Omole, about their work, their journeys so far in the creative industries and what they think agencies could be doing to help encourage the next...
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Instagram to default young teens to private accounts, restrict ads and unwanted adult contact

As it gears up to expand access to younger users, Instagram this morning announced a series of updates designed to make its app a safer place for online teens. The company says it will now default users to private accounts at sign-up if they’re under the age of 16  — or under 18 in certain locales, including in the E.U. It will also push existing users under 16 to switch their account to private, if they have not already done so. In addition, Instagram will roll out new technology aimed at reduc...
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Pinterest rolls out new features that let creators make money from Pins

Pinterest today is increasing its investment in the creator community by introducing new tools that will allow creators to make money from their content. Now, creators will be able to tag products in their Idea Pins — a video-first feature the company first launched this spring — to make their content “shoppable.” They’ll also now be able to earn commissions through affiliate links and partner with brands on sponsored content, much like on other social platforms like Instagram, YouTube and TikTo...
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Instagram Reveals Several Steps Aimed at Protecting Younger Users

Facebook revealed several changes to its platform, primarily on Instagram, aimed at protecting younger users of its family of applications. The company wrote in a blog post Tuesday, "Creating an experience on Instagram that's safe and private for young people, but also fun, comes with competing challenges. We want them to easily make new friends...
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Instagram to Begin Defaulting Accounts for New Users Under the Age of 16 to Private

Instagram will now automatically default the accounts of users on its platform under the age of 16 to "private" during initial account set-up, meaning only followers that a user accepts and approves of will be able to see their photos, videos, and posts, the company announced today. Instagram has been on a recent push to make its platform safer and more secure for younger users, which make up a considerable amount of the platform's demographic. Instagram says that research concluded that eigh...
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Strava Needs To Start Backing Up Its Inclusive Marketing Claims

Last week, a sponsored Strava Instagram post with adaptive athletes caught my eye. It’s a pitch for the company’s new Group Challenges feature, and powerfully highlights how the service can eliminate barriers between athletes, regardless of differences in sport, geographic location, or physical ability. The post’s message is one of inclusivity, something that’s been present in Strava’s marketing work since at least 2014. The company began adding adaptive activity types in 2017, an...
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