From Gordon Gecko in ‘Wall Street’ to Miranda Priestly in ‘The Devil Wears Prada’, a bad boss story makes a good movie. However, when you are working for one, it’s not so much fun. A horrible boss can make your working day feel like hell and impact your effectiveness and self-esteem.  Dealing with a bad
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by Bill Nye & Gregory Mone ; illustrated by Matteo Farinella & Amelia Fenne & Bill Nye ‧ RELEASE DATE: Oct. 27, 2020 With an amped-up sense of wonder, the Science Guy surveys the natural universe. Starting from first principles like the scientific method, Nye and his co-author marvel at the “Amazing Machine” that is
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Image Source: Getty / Kristina Bumphrey Tracee Ellis Ross puts in serious work on leg day. The actor and beauty-business owner recently shared snippets of her workout in an Instagram video on Oct. 4 with the caption, “Getting it in!” Ross demonstrated seven different exercises targeting her lower body and glutes, and they looked beyond
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The season is upon us: Wrap a scarf around your neck—tightly—and crack open a book of undead intrigue. A Dowry of Blood A queer, feminist reimagining of Dracula, S.T. Gibson’s A Dowry of Blood starts with its narrator, Constanta, reclaiming a small bit of power. She refuses to grant her abuser a name, instead referring
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Broadway held fairly steady at the box office last week, with recent arrivals Leopoldstadt and The Piano Lesson leading the pack of fall newcomers with grosses of $758,988 and $704,051, respectively. In all, Broadway’s 25 current shows took in $25,208,583 for the week ending Oct. 2, a slight 4% slip from the previous week, possibly
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Prabal Gurung Spring 2023. Photography Courtesy of ImaxTree.From draped blush to bright blocks of eyeshadow, spring’s best beauty trends draw from all the shades of the rainbow. By Andrea Karr Date October 4, 2022 Facebook Twitter As Spring 2023 Fashion Month draws to a close, we’re left with the remnants: photo galleries full of inspo
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The 2022 National Book Awards finalists were announced on October 4. The nominees were picked from the 50 longlists revealed in September for Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Translated Literature, and Young People’s Literature. There are five authors and one translator among the five categories who have previously received National Book Awards recognition: Gayl Jones, selected as
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Throughout history, female healers have been cast out, feared and labeled as witches, even though their work in herbalism and midwifery helped shape medicine as we know it today. In fiction, the witch—that wise, rebellious female character—can be even more disruptive, her healing gifts even more supernaturally powerful. T. Kingfisher’s dark (but still extremely funny)
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Construction is a complex, tough industry in the best of times. These past two-plus years have shone a light on the absence of mental health consideration in the workplace—it urgently needs to be addressed across all industries, and especially in construction. While incredibly rewarding, construction is one of the most taxing, challenging jobs—frontline teams can
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Don’t underestimate the second weekend of Paramount’s horror movie Smile. The Parker Finn directed and written title, which has provided many in town that horror remains a bankable genre for the big screen after a $22.6M opening, has a shot of possibly upsetting Sony’s family movie Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile and 20th Century Studios/New Regency/Disney’s upscale
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Many people think of part-time work as a zero-sum game. They know there are benefits for the individuals who work part-time, including better life balance and improved well-being. But they assume it’s only a downside and inconvenience for organizations. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth. Part-time work, done well, can drive hugely
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