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Merriam-Webster defines gaslighting as “the act or practice of grossly misleading someone especially for one’s own advantage.” It comes from the 1938 play (later a 1944 movie) called “Gas Light,” where a man convinces his wife that she’s imagining the lights dimming in order to convince her that she’s losing her mind, so that he
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In How to Stand Up to a Dictator: The Fight for Our Future, journalist Maria Ressa, winner of the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize, gives readers a riveting inside view of what it’s like to be a dissident fighting authoritarianism. This engrossing book is a political history of the Philippines and an intimate memoir, but it’s
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THE BELGICA‘S JOURNEY INTO THE DARK ANTARCTIC NIGHT by Julian Sancton ‧ RELEASE DATE: May 4, 2021 A harrowing expedition to Antarctica, recounted by Departures senior features editor Sancton, who has reported from every continent on the planet. On Aug. 16, 1897, the steam whaler Belgica set off from Belgium with young  Adrien de Gerlache
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Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You’re reading Entrepreneur Middle East, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. As a restaurant owner, it is crucial that you understand how smart restaurant accounting can bring you closer to profitability and sustainability. Because of the huge impact of cost of goods (COGs) on the bottom line
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Sideshow/Janus Films EO held well in week two, grossing $23,217 for the five-day holiday frame ($11,609 per screen) and $16,900 for the three-day weekend ($8,450 per screen). The new cume is $50.7k in a crowded arthouse market, a strong showing for the film starring a melancholic gray donkey. It expands to LA next week opening at
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Photography by Getty ImagesThe red nail theory suggests that men are attracted to red nails because it reminds them of…their moms. Amanda Demeku took a set of crimson tips out on the town for a week to put it to the test. By Amanda Demeku Date November 28, 2022 Facebook Twitter If you’re not familiar
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Had Jay Gould put his name on a university or concert hall, he would undoubtedly have been a household name today. The son of a poor farmer whose early life was marked by tragedy, Gould saw money as the means to give his family a better life…even if, to do so, he had to pull
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Death, taxes, and films that bomb at the box office. Such is life in Hollywood, and at the end of the day, the estimated $147M loss which is expected for Disney Animation’s Strange World isn’t spilt milk to cry over for the entertainment conglomerate. The bombing of the Thanksgiving family title, with a $28M global
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Seven years after releasing their last studio album, Metallica are raging back with a gut-punching new song, “Lux Æterna,” which is Latin for “eternal light” and part of the Catholic requiem mass. Amid slashing guitar riffs and battering-ram bass drumming, frontman James Hetfield sings about casting out “demons that strangle your life” and nods to
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Lauren Christy has had a hand in some of the biggest hits of the past 20 years. As a songwriter and producer, she’s made a living co-writing hits like Avril Lavigne’s “Sk8ter Boi,” “Complicated” and “I’m With You” alongside Jason Mraz’s breakout single “The Remedy (I Won’t Worry),” and tracks for Liz Phair and Britney
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Photography by Getty ImagesReady, set, shop! By FASHION Staff Date November 28, 2022 Facebook Twitter This article was originally published on November 22, 2022.  It’s the most wonderful (and potentially stressful, expensive and chaotic!) time of year again. Ahead of Black Friday, on November 25, and Cyber Monday, on November 28, we’ve rounded up the
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Have you seen the Puma Rise Tie-Dye Sneakers? They are rainbows for your feet! They’re fun and so colorful they are my favorite thing. I have been wearing them recently whenever I need a little soul lift. They just make me smile the second I look down at them. I’ve always been a person attracted
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