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The National Museum of Women in the Arts Just Got a $68 Million Overhaul

In April 1987 the National Museum of Women in the Arts opened to fanfare and corresponding controversy. Its founder, Wilhelmina Cole Holladay, had a spartan, though burdensome, mission: to reinsert women into the history of art—even if “she never had the intention to create a museum,” as director Susan Fisher Sterling explains. Wedged between New York …

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Ottawa unveils initial grocer plans to tackle food costs

Canada’s biggest grocery chains have committed to implementing a range of measures including price freezes, price matching and discounts to help stabilize food prices, the federal government announced on Thursday. Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne said the five largest grocery chains will roll out the changes over the coming days and weeks. Discounts will cover “key …

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Undersea video of lost WWII aircraft carriers provides new clues about their dramatic last moments

A remote submersible has captured video of the first detailed look at the USS Yorktown and two Japanese aircraft carriers that were sunk during the Battle of Midway.  The video captured scenes from the Yorktown as well as Akagi and Kaga, two of the four Imperial Japanese Navy aircraft carriers that were sunk during the …

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Rihanna Rocked The No-Pants Trend For A$AP Rocky’s Birthday Dinner

A$AP Rocky’s birthday could only mean one thing: a romantic date night with partner Rihanna. As is tradition for the stylish duo, they both showed out in the chicest of ensembles to ring in the rapper’s 34th. It was RiRi, however, who really stunned to mark the momentous occasion. She debuted a new blonde-tinted hair …

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Katie Couric Tells Andy Cohen About The Time She Partied At Jeffrey Epstein’s Home with Prince Andrew: “I Should Have Done A Little More Research”

Katie Couric dished on her decades-long career as a journalist in her 2021 memoir Going There, but she shared one distinct memory she had during a recent appearance on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen. While answering questions from viewers, Couric was asked to share the “strangest” thing she remembered from the time she …

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4M Americans have gotten latest COVID shot — on par with last fall’s vaccine rollout

More than 4 million Americans have been vaccinated with the newest COVID shot as of Thursday, according to the latest government data, putting the uptake about equal to that of the COVID vaccine rolled out in October of last year. While vaccination rates remaining on par with last year’s rollout is positive news for public …

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The Sequel to ‘The Firm’: An Exclusive Sneak Peek

This month, John Grisham will publish The Exchange, the long-awaited sequel to his best-selling 1991 legal thriller, The Firm, which catapulted Grisham’s career as a novelist (this is his 49th book). The Firm also became a major and memorable feature film starring Tom Cruise and Jeanne Tripplehorn, directed by Sydney Pollack. (Holly Hunter was nominated …

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Food Beauty Trends: How Latte Makeup and Strawberry Girl Changed the Way We Think About Beauty

The beauty industry has never been immune to hyped-up fads, but these days, it feels like the biggest makeup trends belong on a menu instead of our faces. Food-inspired looks like latte makeup, tomato girl makeup, and strawberry girl makeup dominated our feeds this summer—in the thick of Barbiecore, no less—and the obsession has made …

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US to resume Ethiopia food aid but only to refugees

The United States will immediately restart food assistance at 28 camps inside Ethiopia that are home to refugees, mostly from Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia and Eritrea, officials said. But broader aid inside Ethiopia, which is recovering from a brutal two-year war in Tigray, will remain on hold as the United States implements more measures to …

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