I’m a 39-year-old white male who loves Britpop and nineties R&B in equal measure, and I cannot wait to see Toni Braxton, SWV, and Babyface on their upcoming tour.
Yeah. This piece strikes me as being way too snarky for its own good.
I live in CT and have a 2014 Allroad. I’ve seen more on the road recently—though that damn Q5 seems to have cornered the market.
I’m so sorry to hear that, but I am so grateful to your family for their advocacy.
I don’t want to out myself on this forum, but my late father, a relatively well-known author, had a stalker back in the 1980s and early 1990s. My school had a photograph of her in the office; when I was in second grade, she had arrived at school and tried to take me home. Once, when my mom and I were visiting my… Read more
I don’t know if anyone here saw it, but Hush is absolutely, positively worth a watch.
I’d add to that that the new Queer Eye reboot on Netflix (which includes some nifty home makeovers) is both edgier and more enjoyable than the original.
I have all the cards I don’t use on a daily basis binder clipped to the bulletin board above my desk. Attached to the binder clip is a label with each card’s APR and limit. This gives me a good idea of how, where, and when I might need to use a certain card.
I’ve belonged to FilmStruck for about six months. It’s wonderful—truly worth the money.
And I can attest, having known Meryl for decades, that she hasn’t had work done. She is truly beautiful—even when you run into her, sans makeup, in the grocery store.
Did anyone see Adam Scott in Big Little Lies? He was terrific.
That Talese piece remains the best piece of long-form journalism I’ve ever read. If I taught high school students (or even eighth graders), I’d find a way to assign it to them.
When I bought my Audi Allroad in ‘14, my salesguy recommended that I not waste money on the navigation system. “You have a phone,” he said. “Why do you need to spend $2,500 on something you can already do with your phone?” And that’s why he’s my salesguy.