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‘Monday’ Review: A Year of Love and Its Hangovers

‘Monday’ Review: A Year of Love and Its Hangovers

‘Monday’ Review: A Year of Love and Its Hangovers ‘Monday’ Review: A Year of Love and Its Hangovers This movie’s first image is of a disco ball; the first song on its soundtrack is Donna Summer’s 1977 “I Feel Love.” But “Monday” isn’t a period piece. The director Argyris Papadimitropoulos, who co-wrote the movie with Rob Hayes, understands that for …

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Estelle Colored Glass Had a Big Year

Estelle Colored Glass Had a Big Year

Estelle Colored Glass Had a Big Year Estelle Colored Glass Had a Big Year In Stephanie Hall’s youth, afternoons spent treasure hunting with her grandmother in Holly Hill, S.C., often yielded sparkling hauls of vintage glassware in colors like emerald green and amber. “All of these trips were about finding beautiful and unique things and then having a place to …

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Parents, Stop Talking About the ‘Lost Year’

Parents, Stop Talking About the ‘Lost Year’

Parents, Stop Talking About the ‘Lost Year’ Parents, Stop Talking About the ‘Lost Year’ “You had a sort of a sense of resilience and ‘grit,’ even prepandemic that I think served them well,” she said. “I do see an ability to pivot.” In Dr. Luthar’s research, reports of loneliness actually decreased for seventh and eighth graders between the spring of …

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After a year of the pandemic, public transit around the world is hanging by a thread.

After a year of the pandemic, public transit around the world is hanging by a thread.

After a year of the pandemic, public transit around the world is hanging by a thread. After a year of the pandemic, public transit around the world is hanging by a thread. In London, Piccadilly Circus station is nearly empty on a weekday morning, while in Delhi, the Metro ferries fewer than half of the riders it used to. In …

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Students could try to submit plagiarised work to improve grades this year, exam boards warn

Students could try to submit plagiarised work to improve grades this year, exam boards warn

Students could try to submit plagiarised work to improve grades this year, exam boards warn Students could try to submit plagiarised work to improve grades this year, exam boards warn Students could try to improve grades this year by submitting work that is not their own, exam boards have warned. Teacher judgements will be awarded this year after exams were …

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Democratic Party fundraising for February is highest ever for non-presidential year

Democratic Party fundraising for February is highest ever for non-presidential year

Democratic Party fundraising for February is highest ever for non-presidential year Democratic Party fundraising for February is highest ever for non-presidential year It follows a total of $8.5 million (£6.1 million) in fundraising for February alone, which an official from the DNC said to Politico was more than any non-presidential February on record. A fundraising total of $18.4 million (£13.2 …

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A year without fans lays bare football’s true soul

A year without fans lays bare football’s true soul

A year without fans lays bare football’s true soul A year without fans lays bare football’s true soul A year ago at The Shay, home to fifth-tier English football club Halifax FC, fans followed time-honoured traditions – they walked to the match from local pubs and queued for pie at half time. But the 2,000 or so supporters also sensed …

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Was 1925 Literary Modernism’s Most Important Year?

Was 1925 Literary Modernism’s Most Important Year?

Was 1925 Literary Modernism’s Most Important Year? Was 1925 Literary Modernism’s Most Important Year? It’s commonplace to call Woolf an impressionist in this peculiar sense, and yet it nails her novelistic craft. She is an inhabitant of minds. And the mind, in “Mrs. Dalloway” and later, in a more extreme sense, in “The Waves” (1931), is a kind of nebulous …

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Senator Tim Kaine says he still experiences ‘weird neurological symptoms’ one year after contracting Covid

Senator Tim Kaine says he still experiences ‘weird neurological symptoms’ one year after contracting Covid

Senator Tim Kaine says he still experiences ‘weird neurological symptoms’ one year after contracting Covid Senator Tim Kaine says he still experiences ‘weird neurological symptoms’ one year after contracting Covid Senator Tim Kaine, a Democrat of Virginia, has revealed he was still experiencing lingering Covid-19 symptoms one year after he contracted the virus. This revelation about the 63-year-old senator’s health …

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Disenfranchised Grief in a Year of Pandemic Losses

Disenfranchised Grief in a Year of Pandemic Losses

Disenfranchised Grief in a Year of Pandemic Losses Disenfranchised Grief in a Year of Pandemic Losses Dr. Edwards also has Alzheimer’s disease, and time is precious to him. His doctors have advised him to “just have fun” while he’s healthy, something that pandemic restrictions have made more difficult. “I know my time is limited,” he said. “But I feel our …

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