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Apple TV Plus has a packed lineup set for fall - here's a list of all the upcoming shows and movies

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Paul Rudd and Will Ferrell in "The Shrink Next Door" premiering November 12 on Apple TV Plus. Apple Apple TV Plus showcased its fall slate of movies and shows at the iPhone 13 event on September 14. Premieres include "The Problem with Jon Stewart" and movies starring Tom Hanks and Mahershala Ali. Apple TV Plus costs $5 a month or $50 per year; new members get a free seven-day trial. TV Plus (Monthly Pl...
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Dickinson Season 3: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)Apple TV+'s upcoming coming-of-age series "Dickinson" first burst onto the scene in November of 2019, taking a thoroughly (and fittingly) modern approach to retelling the story of the world-famous literary figure Emily Dickinson ... a woman, an artist, and a symbol who was ahead of her time in so many ways. The first two seasons ...
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Dickinson Season 3 Will End The Show, Because It Could Not Stop For Death And Apple Kindly Stopped For It

"Dickinson" is coming to an end. The Apple TV+ series starring Hailee Steinfeld as a cool, hip, sexy Emily Dickinson will launch its third and final season this November. The third and final season will showcase Dickinson's most productive time as an artist, which just happens to be during the backdrop of the Civil War. Since its launch in 2019, the series has found a strong audience, earned good reviews, and taken home several awards and nominations, including a Peabody Award and a GLAAD Media ...
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15 Apple TV+ Original Series You Should Be Watching (That Aren't 'Ted Lasso')

Ted Lasso is the breakout hit for Apple TV+. It’s unquestionably the most buzz-worthy show to come out of the streamer in its, OK, very brief life so far. But in just a couple years, Apple has already built a small, but solid, library of other original shows that are at least interesting, or pretty good, or …Read more...
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Hailee Steinfeld-Led Dramedy Dickinson Ending with Season 3

Apple TV+ has announced that Alena Smith’s historical comedy-drama series Dickinson will officially be concluding its run with the upcoming third season. The series was one of the streamer’s first original shows when it first launched in 2019. The announcement also comes with the release of the first teaser for Dickinson Season 3, which you can check out below, giving us a glimpse at what to expect in the final season as Emily continues to make her mark in the world with her poetry. Starring Osc...
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Apple TV+ Show 'Dickinson' to End After Season 3, Which Debuts November 5

"Dickinson" was one of the first TV shows to be available on the Apple TV+ streaming service when it launched in November 2019, and it is set to wrap up with the third season, reports Variety. Season two of "Dickinson" premiered earlier this year, and season three is set to premiere on Friday, November 5. In the third season, Emily Dickinson (played by Hailee Steinfeld) sees her productivity fall amid the American Civil War and a battle that divides her own family. She tries to heal the divid...
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15 of the best Northeast hotels to book just in time for fall foliage

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Tripadvisor Autumn is a stunning time to enjoy the changing foliage of the Northeast when trees pop with color. Many travel from far away to see the magnificent sight, so it's best to plan a visit far in advance. From Maine to Pennsylvania, we rounded up the region's best hotels for a leaf-peeping getaway. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky If you live in the Northeast, you know that the fall ...
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Louise Bourgeois And Her Exploration Of Pain

“The subject of pain is the business I am in,” Louise Bourgeois once remarked. Like Emily Dickinson whose business was “circumference,” Bourgeois circled her subject all her life. – The Yale Review
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Judith Farr, Poet And Emily Dickinson Scholar, Dead At 85

“A longtime professor at Georgetown University, [she] published two seminal academic books examining the place of art and nature in Dickinson’s poetry, The Passion of Emily Dickinson (1992) and The Gardens of Emily Dickinson (written with Louise Carter, 2004). Dr. Farr also ventured into the realm of fiction and poetry, penning an epistolary novel about Dickinson as well as a poetry collection of her own, What Lies Beyond (2019).” – MSN (Washington Post)
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Apple TV+ has released shows to critical acclaim and word-of-mouth buzz after stumbling at launch

"Ted Lasso" Apple TV Plus When Apple TV+ debuted in November 2019, its flagship launch shows like "See" and "The Morning Show" were received poorly by critics. But Apple's streaming component gained buzz for its second wave of original shows, thanks to word-of-mouth hits like "Ted Lasso" and "Defending Jacob." Some launch shows like "For All Mankind" and "Dickinson" also released their second seasons this year to critical acclaim, with both receiving 100% Rotten Tomatoes critic scores...
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Apple TV+ stumbled at launch, but has since released shows to word-of-mouth buzz and critical acclaim

"Ted Lasso" Apple TV Plus When Apple TV+ debuted in November 2019, its flagship launch shows like "See" and "The Morning Show" were received poorly by critics. But Apple's streaming component gained buzz for its second wave of original shows, thanks to word-of-mouth hits like "Ted Lasso" and "Defending Jacob." Some launch shows like "For All Mankind" and "Dickinson" also released their second seasons this year to critical acclaim, with both receiving 100% Rotten Tomatoes critic scores...
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Minimalist Portable Night Light

Emily Dickinson once wrote, “We grow accustomed to the dark when light is put away.” This minimalist portable night light makes us think the American poet might have been on to something. Rather than relying on plugged-in sources of illumination, these motion-sensor beacons work wherever you need them: during bedtime reading, late-night trips down hallways, or predawn searches through closets and drawers. Each sleek cylinder boasts a rechargeable LED light encased in a frosted acrylic shade with...
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Benita Raphan, Maker Of Lyrical Short Films That Hover Between Documentary And Experiment, Has Died At 58

Raphan’s “genius” films – about people with unusual minds and talents – weren’t quite documentary; they were that, but more. “Up From Astonishment (2020), her most recent film, is about Emily Dickinson. In it, ink blooms on a page; butterflies pinwheel; there are empty bird nests, an abacus and various inscrutable shapes. Susan Howe, a poet, and Marta Werner, a Dickinson scholar, are the film’s narrators, but not really. Ms. Raphan had sampled clips from her interviews with them and used their ...
Tags: Art, People, Emily Dickinson, Dickinson, Susan Howe, 04.11.21, Benita Raphan, Raphan, Marta Werner


27 free UPenn courses you can take online, including Wharton business classes

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. UPenn; Alyssa Powell/Insider The University of Pennsylvania is one of the best 15 schools in the world. You can take some of its online courses for free, including ones from the renowned Wharton School. Find 27 of the most popular free UPenn courses below - from psychology to poetry - offered by edX and Coursera. Achieving Personal and Professional Success Specialization svetikd / Getty Imag...
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How women have shaped philosophy: nine female philosophers our authors admire

When asked to name a philosopher, it is more than likely that many of the major thinkers that spring to mind will be male. Throughout history, men have dominated the philosophical canon, with women vastly underrepresented. However, we can in fact trace women engaging in philosophical discourse back to ancient times. There is a long and rich tradition of female thinkers who have made important contributions to philosophy, and whose works merit further recognition.To celebrate International Women’...
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RIP Radical Poet and Revolutionary Publisher Lawrence Ferlinghetti (1919-2021)

“Democracy is not a spectator sport,” Lawrence Ferlinghetti proclaimed on the wall of his City Lights bookstore, a San Francisco fixture since the poet, activist, and publisher founded the landmark with Peter D. Martin in 1953. Ferlinghetti, who died on Monday at age 101, was himself a fixture, a venerated steward of the counterculture. (See him read “Last Prayer,” above, in a clip from The Last Waltz). On his 100th birthday–on which the city instituted an annual “Lawrence Ferlinghetti D...
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Apple TV+ Sees Record Weekend Viewership With 'Palmer' Launch

Apple TV+ saw its most-watched weekend since ‌Apple TV+‌ launched, according to information company insiders shared with Variety. With the release of Justin Timberlake movie "Palmer" on Friday, ‌Apple TV+‌ saw a 33 percent increase over average viewer numbers. New seasons of M. Night Shyamalan show "Servant" contributed, as did "Dickinson" based on the life of American poet Emily Dickinson and recently released Israeli show "Losing Alice." "Palmer" is described a story of "redemption, acceptan...
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Why I decided to comb my hair even if it was just for a visiting rat

It says a lot about my life that I stopped to comb my hair before answering the door to the pest control service. The need for human contact plays out in strange ways during these Covid days. Although the guys from Don’s Drop Dead (No, I did not make up the name) are friendly and efficient, they have never seen my face which is always covered with a mask and large sunglasses. So I thought the least I could do was untangle my hair which is the only part anyone sees of me anymore. I actually didn’...
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Apple Shares Trailer for 'Losing Alice,' Coming to Apple TV+ January 22

Apple today shared the trailer for upcoming Apple TV+ show "Losing Alice," which is set to launch on Friday, January 22. "Losing Alice" is a neo-noir psychological thriller written and directed by Sigal Avin and starring Israeli actress Ayelet Zurer. The series follows aging director Alice and her growing obsession with a young screenwriter named Sophie."Losing Alice" is a thrilling cinematic journey that uses flashbacks and flash-forwards in a satisfyingly complex narrative that takes the view...
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‘Dickinson’ Team Talks Season 2 Exploration of Fame and Black Activism in the 19th Century

In her meditations on fame, Emily Dickinson deemed it to be “a fickle food.” The second season of Apple TV Plus’ series on the famous poet is all about Emily getting a taste. After a first season which saw Emily (played by Hailee Steinfeld) tussle with her father over her aspirations to become a published […]
Tags: Apple, News, Features, Emily Dickinson, Hailee Steinfeld, Dickinson, Emily, Jane Krakowski, Alena Smith


Broken Heart Chocolate Pizza

Emily Dickinson wrote, “Not with a club, the Heart is broken, / Nor with a stone.” How about a hammer? Neil Edley's heart-shaped chocolate confection comes with its own wooden mallet, so you can work out all your feels with a nice smashing sesh. This time, you’ll enjoy picking up the pieces—Neil tops his 12-ounce milk chocolate “pizza” with crushed pretzels, cookies, potato chips, candied chocolate gems, and a drizzle of white chocolate. Too luscious to save just for the lovelorn, this sweet is ...
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TV Bits: Female-Led ‘Zorro’, ‘Dickinson’ Season 2, ‘Vikings’, ‘Superstore’, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: A female-fronted Zorro series is in the works Superstore is ending with season 6… …but a Superstore spin-off is in development An iCarly revival is on the way Watch the trailer for Dickinson season 2 The Morning Show has added another new cast member And more! Robert Rodriguez (El Mariachi) and his sister, Rebecca, are developing a Zorro series that will be about “Sola Dominguez, an underground artist who fights for social justice as contemporary version of the...
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‘Tell all the Truth but tell it slant’—Emily Dickinson

Tell all the Truth but tell it slant —Success in Circuit liesToo bright for our infirm DelightThe Truth’s superb surpriseAs Lightning to the Children easedWith explanation kindThe Truth must dazzle graduallyOr every man be blind ——Emily Dickinson poem # 1129 (Tell all the Truth but tell it slant) The Emily Dickinson poem known as Tell […]
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‘Goodbye Earl’ to Emily Dickinson: A Rundown of Taylor Swift’s Influences on ‘Evermore’

Swift pays tribute to everything from Eighties pop and country murder ballads to The Great Gatsby
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Dickinson Season 2 Trailer: Emily Struggles with Her Impending Fame

Dickinson Season 2 Trailer: Emily Struggles with Her Impending Fame Apple TV+ has released the official trailer for the upcoming second season of their historical comedy-drama series Dickinson, featuring Hailee Steinfeld’s Emily as she contemplates the idea of sharing her poems to the world because of how fame could dangerous affect her.  The series is scheduled to return with three new episodes on January 8, 2021, followed by new episodes weekly. Check out the video in the player below! REL...
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Apple Shares Trailer for 'Dickinson' Season 2 Ahead of January 8 Launch

Apple today shared a new trailer for the second season of Apple TV+ show "Dickinson," which is set to premiere on Friday, January 8. In "Dickinson," Hailee Steinfeld plays famous American poet Emily Dickinson and the show uses humor to explore the constraints of society, gender, and family from Dickinson's perspective. The second season will see Dickinson pulled from her quiet literary life and thrust into the public eye as she gets her work published. "Dickinson" was one of the first ‌Apple ...
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Naomi Long Madgett, Longtime Poet Laureate Of Detroit And Champion Of Black Poets, 97

Madgett was 17 when her first book was published. “Her elegant, exacting and lyrical poems — which invited comparisons to Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson — addressed a breadth of themes: social justice, romantic love, women’s histories, religious devotion and the craft of poetry itself. Yet she was almost as well known as a publisher and editor of poetry.” – The New York Times
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Ich habe mein Leben für eine Woche den Tarotkarten überlassen

Ich habe dieses Jahr meine allerersten eigenen Tarotkarten geschenkt bekommen – ein Set namens Our Tarot von Sarah Shipmen, eine Kombination aus dem Tarot selbst und einem erklärenden Buch. Die Karten zieren Bilder historisch bedeutender Frauen, von Jeanne d’Arc über Emily Dickinson bis hin zu Cleopatra. Und obwohl ich das Set wunderschön finde, muss ich gestehen: Ich war erst einmal eingeschüchtert. Sich ins Kartenlesen zu stürzen ist doch etwas aufwendiger als der Download einer Horoskop...
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A Curious Herbal: 500 Beautiful Illustrations of Medicinal Plants Drawn by Elizabeth Blackwell in 1737 (to Save Her Family from Financial Ruin)

Sometimes beautiful things come out of terrible circumstances. This does not justify more terrible circumstances. But as evidence of the resilience, resourcefulness, and creativity of human beings—and more specifically of mothers in dire straits—we offer the following: A Curious Herbal, Elizabeth Blackwell’s finely illustrated, engraved, and colored “herbal,” the term for a “book of plants, describing their appearance, their properties and how they may be used for preparing ointments,” the Brit...
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"It was the exact same feeling. It was amazing. When I came in from Columbus Circle into the park? I just started crying. The exact same emotions."

Said Trephene Andrea Wilf, quoted in "The New York City Marathon Was Canceled. Runners Ran the Course Anyway. The 50th New York City Marathon would have been Sunday. Some runners still ran the 26.2-mile course despite the cancellation" (NYT).  Even without the race banners lining city streets and ubiquitous advertisements on subway cars, taxis and billboards, New Yorkers knew the significance of the weekend, perhaps even more so this year. And many took note. They put up signs, cheered for runne...
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