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Pets Are Increasingly Influencing their Owners’ Housing Decisions

(TNS)—Hannah Wood, a work-from-home product manager for a healthcare company, would like to relocate to Philadelphia to live near her mother, but she’s struggling to find a place that will welcome her roommate, Lea, a 55-pound, mixed-breed dog. Wood initially had hoped to buy a house, but the current competitive market has her searching for a rental, and landlords often limit the size and breed of dog. “Many only accept dogs up to 15 or 20 pounds, which excludes like 60% of all breeds,” she said...
Tags: New York, News, Pets, Selling, Housing Market, Radio, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, National, Lea, Portland Oregon, Mia, Bentley, Zillow, Wood, Lucy


All The Hawkeye Easter Eggs You Might Have Missed In The First Two Episodes

The first two episodes of "Hawkeye" are streaming now on Disney+, and just like every other project in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there are plenty of Easter eggs to behold. Since much of the show's underlying villainous plot is still kept under wraps, some of these Easter eggs just might hint at what "Hawkeye" is setting up for the future of the MCU. While one theory ties into the reveal of Kang the Conqueror at the end of "Loki," another theory speculates about the possibility of bringing i...
Tags: New York, Television, Movies, News, Disney, America, Netflix, United States, Broadway, Kate, West Coast, Jack, Marvel Comics, Avengers, Jeff Bridges, Marvel Studios


3 books by Native authors you should read this year, according to the owner of an Indigenous book subscription service

Prices are accurate at the time of publication. Insider interviewed the owner of , Nicole McLaren.  McLaren shared her thoughts on ways to celebrate and honor Native American Heritage Month. She included book recommendations from Native authors for those looking to read Indigenous histories. November is Native American Heritage Month and Insider had the opportunity to speak with Nicole McLaren, the owner and founder of , a book subscription box that shares the voices and work of Indigenous...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Education, Trends, Features, Mclaren, Oklahoma, Eleanor, Winnipeg, Cheyenne, Native, Thunder Bay, northern Ontario, Arapaho, Ojibwe, Tommy Orange


Everything Hawkeye's Opening Credits Sequence Tells Us About Kate Bishop

"Hawkeye" has arrived on Disney+ today! The first two episodes of the latest TV series from Marvel Studios are here, and it starts in quite an unexpected way. Flashing back to 2012, we learn that new character Kate Bishop (played by young Clara Stack before Hailee Steinfeld takes over in present day) was caught up in the Battle of New York waged between The Avengers and Loki and his Chitauri alien army. The opening sequence reveals how Hawkeye saved little Kate Bishop from a Chitauri soldier who...
Tags: New York, Television, Movies, News, Disney, Kate, Jack, Avengers, Marvel Studios, Hailee Steinfeld, Hawkeye, Eleanor, Loki, Clint, Tran, Aja


Hawkeye Review: Jeremy Renner And Hailee Steinfeld Are Superb In Marvel's Street-Level Superhero Series

More often than not, Hawkeye has been a punchline in Marvel Comics and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Not only is he one of only two members of the Avengers without superpowers, but his weapon of choice is a bow and arrow. However, in the pages of comics, Matt Fraction and David Aja revealed a new side to the archery-adept Avenger, and Marvel Studios is about to do the same by adapting their comic book run into the "Hawkeye" TV series coming to Disney+ on November 24.Based on the first two episo...
Tags: Reviews, New York, Television, Movies, New York City, Disney, Broadway, Brian, Kate, Jack, Marvel Comics, Avengers, Marvel Studios, Hailee Steinfeld, Bishop, Dad


The 15 Best Films About British Royalty

There's something about the monarchy in Great Britain that has always made for tremendously dramatic cinematic material. No matter how much we try to proclaim our distaste for the institution (that it's an essentially parasitic power structure feeding off the British people, that it churns out emotionally damaged individuals who consider themselves above the law, that is has no business even existing in a modern society -- take your pick), we are endlessly fascinated by the royals' exploits.Whet...
Tags: England, Hollywood, London, Movies, France, Scotland, John Cleese, Spain, Bette Davis, United Kingdom, Robert Pattinson, Davis, Monty Python, Emma Stone, Diana, William Shakespeare


The 20 Best '60s Horror Movies Ranked

The '60s was a time of great upheaval –- it was the supposed decade of peace and love but, was also the era of riots, the civil rights movement, and of seismic shifts both politically and culturally. The post-war optimism of World War II had begun to fade, and with that came a new cynicism –- counterculture was in the ascendance, and it was reflected in film tastes. The '50s had been spent watching the stars, but much of the '60s would be spent watching your back. Horror was cheap, and the deter...
Tags: Japan, UK, New York, Hollywood, London, Movies, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Edgar Allan Poe, Vincent Price, US, Earth, Bbc, Bette Davis, Netflix, United States


Showtime's The First Lady: Everything We Know So Far

If there's any topic above all others that I personally don't need to see covered in our entertainment anytime soon, it's recreations of our past and present circumstances during this pandemic. Coming in at a close second would be depictions of the last four or five years of politics in the United States, for very obvious reasons. Thankfully, Showtime's "The First Lady" anthology series looks to be steering well clear of both areas, instead focusing on dramatizing the lives of three First Ladies...
Tags: Television, Viola Davis, Movies, Washington, White House, America, Cnn, United States, Showtime, Michelle Obama, Gillian Anderson, Fdr, Kiefer Sutherland, Eleanor Roosevelt, Eleanor, Malia Obama


"My mum’s favorite cold cream was Nivea, and I love it to this day. That’s the cold cream I was thinking of..."

"... in the description of the face Eleanor keeps 'in a jar by the door.' I was always a little scared by how often women used cold cream. Growing up, I knew a lot of old ladies—partly through what was called Bob-a-Job Week, when Scouts did chores for a shilling. You’d get a shilling for cleaning out a shed or mowing a lawn. I wanted to write a song that would sum them up.... When I took the song to George [Martin], I said that, for accompaniment, I wanted a series of E-minor chord stabs. In fac...
Tags: Law, Aging, Paul Mccartney, Bob, Beatles, Solitude, Bernard Herrmann, Eleanor, George, George Martin, Eleanor Rigby, Ann Althouse, George -LSB- Martin


Dead To Me Season 3: Everything We Know So Far

Yet another Netflix series is heading toward the end of line, with season 3 of the darkly comedic "Dead to Me" closing up shop. Debuting back in May of 2019, the four-time Emmy-nominated show has stayed a hit throughout the series' run. Alas, all good things must come to an end and fans of the show are at least fortunate that Netflix has allowed the show to wrap up its story and provide genuine closure. As we prepare to say goodbye to Jen and Judy, here's everything we know so far about "Dead to...
Tags: Television, Movies, Netflix, Steve, Selma Blair, Judy, Michelle, Eleanor, Jen, Ben, James Marsden, Charlie, Christina Applegate, Applegate, Katey Sagal, Diana Maria Riva


The 15 Best Comedy Shows On Netflix Right Now

In times like these, we all need a good laugh every now and then. And while the Netflix catalog may be lacking in some areas (people do know that movies existed before 1980, right?), the service is an absolute powerhouse in the comedy department. Not only does it have the streaming rights to some of the funniest shows that originally aired on network and cable television, but it has also established a fairly robust line-up of original comedies. There's an impressive variety, too. When you log in...
Tags: UK, England, Hollywood, Television, Movies, California, John Cleese, America, Los Angeles, Netflix, Timothy Olyphant, Monty Python, Gillian Anderson, Brian, Jason Sudeikis, Michael


Time Now Trailer: Thriller Gives Diane Lane's Daughter Eleanor Lambert Her Big Debut [Exclusive]

Dark Star Pictures and Uncork'd Entertainment have provided us with the exclusive trailer debut for the new horror thriller "Time Now." Besides looking like a taut, suspenseful tangled tale of mystery and murder, the new flick serves as the first starring role for Eleanor Lambert, daughter of Diane Lane (ya'know, Ma Kent?) and "Highlander" swordmaster Christopher Lambert. But Eleanor is not the only legacy involved, as the film is also written and directed by Spencer King, son of Oscar-nominated...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, News, West, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Thomas Anderson, Amy Berg, Newark, Detroit, Memphis, Spielberg, Eleanor, Robin Wright, Dwele, Diane Lane


The 10 books on the 2021 National Book Award's fiction longlist includes picks praised by Oprah and Obama

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. The books on the National Book Award fiction longlist in 2021 include "Bewilderment" by Richard Powers and "The Prophets" by Robert Jones, Jr. Amazon; Rachel Mendelson/Insider The National Book Foundation announced the 10 best US fiction books this week. Judges will name their top five in mid-October, and the winner in November. Below are all 10 books on the list, including ones from Pulitzer Prize-winn...
Tags: Amazon, England, New York, Texas, Obama, US, America, Trends, Indiana, Idaho, Jonathan Franzen, Richard, Oprah, Junior, Black, Robin


The Good Place Ending Explained: Take It Sleazy

NBC's afterlife comedy "The Good Place" may be one of the most nuanced and empathetic looks at humanity ever put to television, and the series was fortunately given the opportunity to complete the story and end on their own terms. Viewers fell in love with the four lost souls destined to suffer for all eternity, the squid demon from hell/neighborhood architect in charge of their fate, and his not-a-girl assistant Janet — which made saying goodbye all the more difficult.Jason (Manny Jacinto), Chi...
Tags: Television, Movies, Nbc, Earth, Michael, Eleanor, Michael Schur, University of Notre Dame, Janet, Steve Austin, Schur, Tahani, Eleanor Kristen Bell, Michael Ted Danson, Tahani Jameela Jamil, Eleanor Shellstrop


Let The Right One In Gets A Series Order At Showtime

Showtime is officially opening the door to a new vampire series.The premium cable channel has given a series order to "Let the Right One In," a television adaptation of the Swedish novel and its spectacular 2008 film adaptation. (The story was also remade as an American movie called "Let Me In" in 2010, directed by "The Batman" filmmaker Matt Reeves.) Showtime has ordered ten episodes of this new show, which will begin production in New York City sometime in early 2022.Oscar-nominated actor Demi...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, New York City, Showtime, Eleanor, Tony, Better Life, Demián Bichir, Kevin Carroll, Anika Noni, Mark Bichir, Eleanor Baez, Matt Reeves Showtime, Gummer Frances Ha Madison Taylor Baez Selena, Seith Mann Homeland


Horror Drama Let The Right One In Gets Series Order at Showtime

Showtime has officially given a series order to Andrew Hinderaker’s upcoming series adaptation of Let The Right One In, based on the Swedish romantic horror drama novel and film of the same name. The project will be led by Oscar nominee Demián Bichir, who is set to portray the role of Mark, a father to a young vampire daughter. Production is expected to begin early next year in New York City. RELATED: Night Teeth Trailer Preview Netflix’s Supernatural Thriller Pic Showtime’s Let The Right One In...
Tags: TV, Movies, Drama, Horror, New York City, Netflix, Showtime, Oscar, TV News, Chloe Grace Moretz, Eleanor, Mark, Demián Bichir, Bichir, Andrew Hinderaker, Matt Reeves


10 Things in Politics: DC braces for rally for Capitol rioters

Welcome back to 10 Things in Politics. Sign up here to receive this newsletter. Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android. Send tips to [email protected] or tweet me at @BrentGriffiths.Here's what we're talking about:What to know about law enforcement's preparations ahead of a rally for Capitol riotersA Republican lawmaker, who voted to impeach Trump, will retireOne chart shows how the Democratic tax plan helps most Americans a...
Tags: UK, Texas, Congress, Australia, California, Montana, Washington, Mexico, France, China, Russia, US, Dnc, Trends, Joe Biden, Fbi


Hawkeye Trailer Breakdown: Christmas Comes With A Bow And Arrow

Marvel Studios released the first trailer for the upcoming "Hawkeye" series on Disney+ this morning, and it's clear we'll be getting festive with Clint Barton. Unfortunately, it appears spending the holidays with his family may be harder than anticipated when he suddenly has to help out a young archer named Kate Bishop, who has gotten herself in a bit of trouble after posing as Hawkeye's deadly alter ego, Ronin. Find out about all that and more in our extensive "Hawkeye" trailer breakdown below....
Tags: Television, Movies, New York City, Disney, Netflix, Broadway, Kate, Thanos, Marvel Comics, Marvel Studios, Hailee Steinfeld, Captain America, Hawkeye, Hulk, Rogers, Empire State Building


Annika Marks & Jenny O'Hara in Dark Comedy 'Killing Eleanor' Trailer

"I wanna be still, the way I want to get still." 1091 Pictures has released an official trailer for an indie, very dark comedy titled Killing Eleanor, which premiered at the SCAD Savannah Film Festival and St. Louis Film Festival last year. A new film from director Rich Newey, this off-beat dramedy involves two women who strike up a friendship and a deal to help each other get through, or get out of, life. A terminally-ill old lady convinces a self-destructive pain killer addict to help kill...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Eleanor, Jenny O Hara, Indies, Natalie, To Watch, Chris Mulkey, SCAD Savannah Film Festival, Annika Marks, Rich Newey, Annika Marks Jenny O Hara, St Louis Film Festival


Exclusive: Killing Eleanor Trailer & Key Art Starring Annika Marks & Jenny O’Hara

ComingSoon is excited to debut the exclusive trailer and key art for Killing Eleanor, the upcoming comedy-drama starring Annika Marks (Waco, The Fosters) and Jenny O’Hara (Atypical, Transparent, Devil). RELATED: Exclusive: 12 Mighty Orphans Deleted Scene Starring Martin Sheen & Luke Wilson “Recently out of another stint in rehab, Natalie (Annika Marks) is hiding her everlasting pain killer habit, while living back at home and working for her Mom (Jane Kaczmarek) on the condition she’s clean,” re...
Tags: Video, Comedy, Movies, Drama, Chicago, Exclusive, Eleanor, Jenny, Middle, Natalie, Annika, Jane Kaczmarek Malcolm, Thomas Sadoski, Movie News, Jane Kaczmarek, Betsy Brandt


The 21 best young adult romance books to read in 2021

The best young adult romance books include "Everything, Everything," "To All the Boys I've Loved Before," and "Red, White & Royal Blue." Amazon; Rachel Mendelson/Insider When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Young adult romance books are fun and full of hope as teenage characters fall in love. The YA books on this list span fantasy romances to buzzy rom-coms. Want more books? Check out the best young adult books published in 2021 so far. E...
Tags: America, Trends, Shanghai, Johnson, Ya, Roma, Will, Alex, Stella, Romeo, Dante, Olly, Trinidad, Aristotle, Simon, Henry


The Fiery Furnaces – “The Fortune Teller’s Revenge”

Last year, Eleanor and Matthew Friedberger’s sibling project the Fiery Furnaces were gearing back up after a decade of inactivity with some tour dates and festival appearances, all of which were cancelled because of the pandemic. They still released their first new song since 2010, though, “Down At The So And So On Somewhere,” on a 7″ via Third Man Records that contained another new track, “The Fortune Teller’s Revenge,” on its B-side.
Tags: Music, New Music, Eleanor Friedberger, Eleanor, The Fiery Furnaces, Matthew Friedberger, Fortune Teller


‘Never Have I Ever’ Season 3 Confirmed By Netflix, Hooray Teen Angst!

Never Have I Ever… been renewed for a third season. Just kidding — Devi is officially bringing her angst and rage back for season 3 of Never Have I Ever! Netflix has officially renewed their hilarious coming-of-age series for a third season. Get ready for more high school romance, crazy scheming, and truly terrible decision-making from our favorite disaster, Devi Vishwakumar (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan). Co-creators Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher expressed their excitement in an official statement,...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Netflix, John McEnroe, Mindy Kaling, Eleanor, Ben, Paxton, Kamala, Devi, Universal Television, Fabiola, Lang Fisher, Aneesa, Nalini


Eloise--A Story for Precocious Grownups

  My longtime friend Eleanor--and when I say long time, probably over fifty years--sent me this book, a favorite of hers, way before Josie was around. And now it's become a favorite of Josie's too. Go figure. What do you suppose Josie makes of life at New York City's grand Plaza Hotel in the mid-Fifties? With bell boys and elevators and room service and debutantes and ladies who lunch in hats with little half veils. (I once had a hat with a half veil--for church, not lunching. But I digress.)...
Tags: Gardening, New York City, Paris, Philip, Eleanor, Josie, Eloise, Vicki Lane, Alors, Eloise A Story, Josie Eloise, Philip Eloise


Catch-up time

As I wrote in this space on Monday, I was forced to take a three-week hiatus from blogging because of overwork and technical problems. Now that I’m back again, I want to post links to the things I wrote and did elsewhere during my absence: • I reviewed streaming webcasts of two plays, Quintessence Theatre’s production of Thornton Wilder’s The Skin of Our Teeth and American Players Theater’s production of Tom Stoppard’s Rough Crossing. • I reviewed three live shows, Shakespeare & Compan...
Tags: Art, New York City, America, New Hampshire, Stephen Sondheim, James Lapine, Broadway, Wall Street Journal, Tom Stoppard, Ajblogs, Peter, Eleanor, Lincoln Memorial, HILARY, Lear, Elisabeth


So Long, I Am Jumping the Shark

Well, this is awkward. I’ve never shied away from including myself in my own stories, but it’s not often that I am my own story. I guess now’s as good a time as any to get real, as I say goodbye to the place I’ve long called home.Read more...
Tags: Twitter, Science, Molly, Disney, Albums, Rebecca, Mario, Brian, Dell, Charles, Sam, Whitney, Alex, Matthew, Gawker Media, Lucas


Das Finale von Noch nie in meinem Leben… ist mehr als eine Lösung für ein Liebesdreieck

NEVER HAVE I EVER (L to R) MAITREYI RAMAKRISHNAN as DEVI VISHWAKUMAR in episode 207 of NEVER HAVE I EVER Cr. ISABELLA B. VOSMIKOVA/NETFLIX © 2021 Achtung: Spoiler zur Netflix-Serie Noch nie in meinem Leben… direkt voraus! Im Finale der ersten Staffel von Mindy Kalings Netflix-Serie Noch nie in meinem Leben… küsst unsere Protagonistin Devi Vishwakumar (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) ihren Liebsten Ben Gross (Jaren Lewison), während ihr anderer Crush, Paxton Hall-Yoshida (Darren Barnet), nach ih...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Ruhe, Eleanor, Ben, Paxton, Yoshida, Sherman Oaks, Devi, Tanz, Ramakrishnan, Boden, Weise, Zeit, Ramona, Dann


‘The First Lady’ Casts Former TV President Kiefer Sutherland as Franklin D. Roosevelt

Showtime’s upcoming series The First Lady focuses, unsurprisingly, on the First Ladies who’ve lived in the White House over the years. One of those First Ladies is Eleanor Roosevelt, who will be played by Gillian Anderson (X-Files, The Crown) on the show. We now also know who will be playing Anderson’s TV husband, President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Showtime announced today that Kiefer Sutherland will be taking on the role and joining the impressive cast. This is not the first time Sutherland has ...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Washington, White House, America, United States, Showtime, Gillian Anderson, Fdr, Kiefer Sutherland, Anderson, Aaron Eckhart, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sutherland, First Ladies


I am living with my ex. Should we have some physical distance between us?

You can’t move frictionlessly from being in a relationship to being close friends, writes advice columnist Eleanor Gordon-Smith. Something needs to changeI’m living with my ex-partner after mutually deciding to break up a few weeks ago. We rent a two-bed house and have a cat. The issue is my ex wants to stay in this living situation for the next few months and has no urgency to find alternative accommodation. I feel the urgency but don’t know what to do and whether to move back with my parents ...
Tags: Relationships, Life and style, Dating, Eleanor, Australian lifestyle, Eleanor Gordon Smith


I am living with my ex. Should we have some physical distance between us? | Leading questions

You can’t move frictionlessly from being in a relationship to being close friends, writes advice columnist Eleanor Gordon-Smith. Something needs to changeI’m living with my ex-partner after mutually deciding to break up a few weeks ago. We rent a two-bed house and have a cat. The issue is my ex wants to stay in this living situation for the next few months and has no urgency to find alternative accommodation. I feel the urgency but don’t know what to do and whether to move back with my parents ...
Tags: Relationships, Life and style, Dating, Eleanor, Australian lifestyle, Eleanor Gordon Smith