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Game of Thrones' House of the Dragon Picks Up a Mysterious New Player

Rick and Morty’s Dan Harmon reveals a new series with a ridiculous twist. Tomb Raider 2 is closer to fruition. Great news for fans of Disney’s The Owl House. Plus updates from Ant-Man & the Wasp: Quantumania, Black Lightning’s swan song, and more. Spoilers away!Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Disney, It, Netflix, Chris Rock, Samuel L Jackson, Alicia Vikander, Tobin Bell, Josh Gordon, Lyle, Lindsey, Morty, Rick, Esther, Cheryl Eddy


How to Stop Arguing With Your Partner Over the COVID Vaccine

Not all advice need be professional. Sometimes your problems merit a bit of unvarnished honesty from a dude equipped with nothing more than a computer and a conscience. Luckily for you, I’m that guy. Welcome back to Tough Love.Read more...
Tags: Medicine, Medical Research, Vaccination, Stronger, Vaccine, Lifehacks, Sam, Life Sciences, Human Interest, Health Sciences, Vaccine Hesitancy, Covid 19 Vaccine, Rise Blood Hunter, Health Medical Pharma


Cameo, the Home for Loser Celebrities, Offers Trump a Platform

Trump might have been kicked off of just about every major platform, but that won’t stop celebrity shout-out app Cameo from welcoming the former president with open arms. Read more...
Tags: Science, Articles, United States, Cameo, Donald Trump, Trumpism, Trump, Michael Cohen, The Trump Organization, Sebastian Gorka, Human Interest, QAnon, Steven Galanis, Public Sphere


Try This Frozen Applesauce Instead of Expensive Dog Ice Cream

Dogs love treats, and humans love giving dogs treats because we like seeing our dogs happy and excited. Not all treats, however, are created equal. Some, like table scraps that contain a lot of salt and fat, are not good for your pooch; and some, like those little dog-specific “ice cream” cups, are very expensive.…Read more...
Tags: Ice Cream, Food And Drink, Lifehacks, Foods, Belgian Cuisine, Condiments, Apple Sauce, Human Interest, Ice Pop, English cuisine, World Cuisine, British Cuisine


How Long Will It Take to Get Back in Shape After the Pandemic?

So you’re finally headed back to the gym after some time off. Whether you kept up your fitness a bit with home workouts, or completely forgot to work out, you’ll have some ground to make up when you head back to the gym.Read more...
Tags: Lifehacks, Bodybuilding, Clinton, Strength Training, Walter Thompson, Human Interest, Physical Exercise, Anaerobic Exercise, Draftblaq Son, Draftmeticore


How to Help Your Teenager Warm Up to Therapy

At some point, you may notice a few signs that suggest your teen needs help. Maybe their grades are starting to slip, they’re going through a rocky break-up with their first love, or they’ve become withdrawn for a significant amount of time. You think it might be helpful for them to speak to a therapist, but you’re…Read more...
Tags: Psychology, Psychotherapy, Mind, Lifehacks, Smith, Self, Brendan Bell, Human Interest, Amy Morin, Cognitive Therapy, Gestalt Therapy


Can You Make Bagels With Only Two Ingredients?

I try my best to keep an open mind when reading new and creative food hacks from around this world-wide web of ours. I mean, just imagine if I’d never given popcorn salad a chance. How sad would that be? (Moderately sad.) But even still, there are a few “hacks” I have avoided for years, and we’re testing one of them…Read more...
Tags: Yogurt, Food And Drink, Lifehacks, Street Food, Cuisine, Salad, Breads, Joel, Bagels, Human Interest, Snack Foods, AA Newton, Jewish Cuisine, Polish Cuisine, T Marzetti Company


Do These Gardening Tasks Based on How Much Time You Have

According to the 2019 American Time Use Survey, people are spending anywhere from one and a half to two and a half hours in their gardens. Unfortunately, no matter what your plans are for the day, the weeds will keep growing and flowers still need watering. So how do you regularly tend to your garden and make time for…Read more...
Tags: Garden, Landscape, Gardening, Environment, Agriculture, Lifehacks, Composting, Permaculture, Human Interest, Mulch, Organic Gardening, Tillage, Sustainable Gardening, Joe Lamp, Agroecology, Tilling Tilling


Lucifer's DB Woodside Dishes on Amenadiel's Baby Mamma Drama

A new season of Lucifer arrives on May 28 with a full eight-episode order to round out the series final season.Read more...
Tags: Science, Dc Comics, Netflix, Michael, Lucifer, Rachael, Woodside, Momma, Human Interest, Urban Fantasy, D B Woodside, Woodside Queens, Amenadiel, Creative Works, Dc Comics Characters, Entertainment Culture


Angelina Jolie Initially Said No to Starring in Simon West's Tomb Raider

Before Charlize Theron took the mantle as the queen of action cinema, that title belonged to Angelina Jolie, starting with the role of Lara Croft in Simon West’s Tomb Raider (2001).Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Angelina Jolie, Tomb raider, Jolie, Charlize Theron, Lara Croft, Said, Lara Croft Tomb Raider, Human Interest, Simon West, Windows Games, Tyler Sheridan, Creative Works, English Language Films, American People Of German Descent


Mary Elizabeth Winstead Adds to Her Action Resume With Netflix's Kate

Mary Elizabeth Winstead is looking to stake her claim in the action genre with her new role in Netflix’s assassin revenge thriller Kate, directed by Cedric Nicolas-Troyan (The Huntsman: Winter’s War) and written by Umar Aleem.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Netflix, Huntress, Birds Of Prey, Kate, Cloverfield, Dan Trachtenberg, 10 Cloverfield Lane, Mary, Winstead, Ani, Cedric Nicolas Troyan, Human Interest, Mary Elizabeth, Mary Elizabeth Winstead


How to Avoid Getting Common Illnesses Spread by Pets

Pets are lucky they’re (usually) cute, because humans will go to all kinds of lengths to keep them happy, healthy and comfortable. Sure, that’s your favorite chair, but it’s also your dog’s favorite chair, and once she looked you in the eyes and sighed, you gave in and let her have it. That kind of thing.Read more...
Tags: Dog, Pet, Animals, Lifehacks, Human Interest, Taxa, Hookworm, Medical Specialties, Chlamydia Psittaci, Psittacosis, Sally Haddock


A Porn Site Sold an NFT, so Of Course the Winner’s Username Is NSFW

Even porn sites are getting in on the craze around NFTs. Earlier this week, CamSoda held an online auction for a rare CryptoPunk 7060 NFT. Of course, given that we’re talking about a porn site, it’s no surprise that the winner’s username is NSFW. Read more...
Tags: Science, Punk, Blockchains, Ethereum, NFT, Human Interest, The Punks, CamSoda, Blockchain Art, Non Fungible Token, Larva Labs, John Watkinson, CryptoPunks, Punk Subculture


Legends of the Hidden Temple TV Reboot Aims to Capitalize on Nostalgia

Many of you are too young to know what Nickelodeon’s Legends of the Hidden Temple is, but those who do should remember how it was the most lit kid show on television. The CW is looking to tap into that nostalgia by reviving the show, but this time for adults.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Game Shows, Cw, Nickelodeon, Stephen Brown, Human Interest, Legends of the Hidden Temple, Dee Bradley Baker, Kirk Fogg, Television Series, Olmecs, American Television Series, Entertainment Culture, Scott A Stone, David G Stanley


All the Animals American Men Think They Can Beat in a Fight and Why They Can't

According to a YouGov poll released on Friday, some humans have extremely poor judgment when it comes to determining which animals they could win a one-on-one, unarmed fight against. Namely, they think they can win those fights at all.Read more...
Tags: Science, Kangaroo, Grizzly, Crocodile, Scavengers, Human Interest, Marvel Comics Characters, Apex Predators, Grizzly Bear, Frans de Waal, Organisms, Fictional Characters, Fur Trade, Fauna Of Alaska, Hero 108


Open Channel: Let's Celebrate This Guy's 77th Birthday

Seventy-seven years ago a man was born who would release a movie in 1977 that would change the face of the world. He’d do a few other things too. That man’s name is George Lucas. Today, May 14, is his birthday, and we’ve love you all to celebrate.Read more...
Tags: Star Wars, Science Fiction, Science, Film, Steve Jobs, Fiction, Harry Potter, George Lucas, Lightsaber, Jones, Yoda, Solo, Boba Fett, Human Interest, Fictional Characters, Industrial Light


The Most Common Home Repairs You Can Easily Handle Yourself

Your home is one of the most expensive things you’ll ever pay for, so whether you’re renting or buying, you should take good care of it. While you may be tempted to call a professional when something breaks, you can take care of many minor repairs yourself.Read more...
Tags: Tools, Plumbing, Toilet, Lifehacks, Bathrooms, Wrench, Lowe, Allen, The Home Depot, Sink, Human Interest, Home Repair, Hand Tools, Euthenics, Putty Knife, Garbage Disposal Unit


Here's How to KoЯnify Your Website

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Tags: Science, Labor, Linkedin, Companies, Human Resource Management, Ur, Human Interest, Technology Internet, Yoooouuuu, David Hallberg Jonsson, KoЯnify


In Our Star Wars: The Rising Storm Excerpt, the Mystery of the Nihil Deepens

The High Republic is no longer in a time of peace. After the events of Charles Soule’s Light of the Jedi, the first adult book set in Lucasfilm’s new wave of Star Wars stories set some 200 years before the events of the movies, the galaxy is under attack by the marauders of the Nihil and suffering from the Great…Read more...
Tags: Science, Fiction, Literature, Lucasfilm, Jedi, Nihil, Marc Thompson, Human Interest, DIS, Charles Soule, Cavan Scott, Asgar, Star Wars The High Republic, Marchion Ro, Narratology, Udi Dis


You Can Pet a Virtual Cat and Feel Its Simulated Fur Using This Elaborate VR Controller

For some pet owners, being away from their furry companions for an extended period can be heartbreaking. Visiting a beloved pet on a video call just isn’t the same, so researchers at National Taiwan University developed a VR controller that allows the user to feel simulated fur while petting a virtual animal.Read more...
Tags: Science, Virtual Reality, Simulation, National Taiwan University, Human Interest, Fake Fur, National Chengchi University, Computer Peripherals, Technology Internet


How to Start a Hydroponic Garden

Hydroponics was synonymous with growing copious amounts of weed in your apartment without much work, but these days hydroponic gardening is simply cutting-edge technology for sustainable farming. And while it seems that farming in a test tube is a bit out of touch with nature, it’s actually touted as a convenient way…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Landscape, Environment, Hobbies, Lifehacks, Human Interest, Aeroponics, Hydroponics, Hydroponic Garden, Ebb And Flow, Environmental Design, Ultrasonic Hydroponic Fogger, Grow Box, Nutrient Film Technique, Hydroculture


How to Get Laid Again After Months of Isolation

The CDC said Thursday the masks can come off, so we’re about to see a lot of cute faces out there after months of isolation. Faces that you didn’t think were cute before lockdown are probably pretty appealing to you now, and people all over the country are preparing for a slutty summer.Read more...
Tags: Cdc, Netflix, Stronger, Lifehacks, Joe, Human Interest, Bill Dawes, Draftblaq Son, Cora Boyd, Kelli Brewster, Nicky Paris


How to Get Started With a Password Manager

By now we all know the importance of a long, secure password. With every new data breach in the news, we know we should change them. And if you can remember each unique password for each unique site, then good for you; but for the rest of us, we’ll need a little help keeping our passwords organized and secure, and for…Read more...
Tags: Identity Management, Software, Password, Lifehacks, Password Manager, Dashlane, Computer Security, Human Interest, Computer Access Control, Password strength, Password Fatigue


How to Grow Loofahs In Your Garden Because Holy Crap They're Gourds

Loofahs are great for exfoliating the skin, and though one of them is my regular shower companion, I had no idea what they are. I assumed the coarse tubes were either natural sponges from the sea, or perhaps manufactured in a factory somehow. But it turns out they are actually a plant from the gourd family, and you…Read more...
Tags: Gardening, Environment, Lifehacks, Cucumber, Human Interest, Exfoliation, Luffa, Sponge, Gourd, Ripening, Rosids, Eudicots, Core Eudicots, Cucurbitoideae, Cucurbitaceae


How to Grow Loofahs In Your Garden Because Holy Crap They're Plants

Loofahs are great for exfoliating the skin, and though one of them is my regular shower companion, I had no idea what they are. I assumed the coarse tubes were either natural sponges from the sea, or perhaps manufactured in a factory somehow. But it turns out they are actually a plant from the gourd family, and you…Read more...
Tags: Gardening, Environment, Lifehacks, Cucumber, Seed, Human Interest, Exfoliation, Luffa, Gourd, Ripening, Rosids, Eudicots, Core Eudicots, Cucurbitoideae, Cucurbitaceae


How to Turn Off Edge Chromium’s Shopping Notifications

You might not begrudge your Edge Chromium browser for trying to help you save money, but it can be annoying when prompt after prompt pops up about cash-back programs and coupon savings. Sometimes the deals are great; other times they’re more of an annoyance than useful.Read more...
Tags: Google Chrome, Amazon, Pinterest, Microsoft, Web Browsers, Software, Social Issues, Windows 10, Lifehacks, Freeware, Chromium, Microsoft Edge, Human Interest, Cloud Clients, Portable Software


How Much Are Your Old Pokémon Cards Worth Lately?

The trading card market is hot right now, if not a bit overheated—last week, a collector pulled out a gun on other collectors in a dispute over trading cards at a Target, prompting the company to pull cards from their shelves. While that’s an extreme example of the intense demand for trading cards during the pandemic,…Read more...
Tags: Ebay, Michael Jordan, Pokemon, Lifehacks, Baseball Cards, Collecting, James, Topps, Ephemera, Human Interest, Business Finance, Pokemon Trading Card Game, Collectible Card Games, Honus Wagner, Fads, Trading Cards


How to Keep Rain From Flooding Your Garden

Given how much destruction droughts can cause, it can be easy to forget the fact that having too much water is also a problem. And not only when a massive, area-wide flood drowns a town—just one heavy rainstorm can do a surprising amount of damage to a garden.Read more...
Tags: Garden, Landscape, Weather, Environment, Articles, Lifehacks, Water Conservation, Sustainable Design, Natural Environment, Environmental Engineering, Stormwater Management, Human Interest, Dennis Patton, Swale, Rain Garden, Environmental Design


Kevin Smith’s He-Man Continuation Is Here, and It’s a Revelation

It seems like a long time since Kevin Smith first announced he was creating a new He-Man animated series that would be a “continuation” of the original ‘80s cartoon for eight-year-olds. Now, we finally have our first look at Masters of the Universe: Revelation, and I think I finally understand what Smith is…Read more...
Tags: Science, Fiction, Netflix, Superheroes, Smith, Masters Of The Universe, Action Figures, Kevin Smith, Orko, Skeletor, Human Interest, Revelation, Fictional Characters, He Man, He Man And The Masters Of The Universe, Westinghouse Broadcasting


John Barrowman Removed From Doctor Who Immersive Experience in Wake of Allegations

After actor Noel Clarke was accused by over 20 women of engaging in repeated incidents of sexual harassment on set and off during his career—including his time playing Mickey Smith on Doctor Who—fellow co-star John Barrowman was also embroiled in accusations of inappropriate sexual behavior. Now, it seems like the BBC…Read more...
Tags: Science, Television, Fiction, Doctor Who, Bbc, Torchwood, Rhys Williams, John Barrowman, Jack Harkness, Human Interest, Julie Gardner, Jodie Whittaker, Fictional Characters, Noel Clarke, Mickey Smith, Tenth Doctor