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3 Nerdy, But Useful, Things to Do Around Your House While Stuck at Home

Being stuck at home sucks. One of the best things you can do—besides absolutely staying at home—is to make some updates to said home. How do you do that? There are lots of ways. For example, you could clean things; your windows, floors, kitchen, surely those things could use a once over. Of course, that’s […]

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3 Nerdy, But Useful, Things to Do Around Your House While Stuck at Home

Being stuck at home sucks. One of the best things you can do—besides absolutely staying at home—is to make some updates to said home. How do you do that? There are lots of ways. For example, you could clean things; your windows, floors, kitchen, surely those things could use a once over. Of course, that’s […]

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Alex Trebek offers cancer update: “Anything is possible”

It’s been one year since Alex Trebek shared his diagnosis of stage 4 pancreatic cancer with the world. The beloved Jeopardy! host has kept fans updated on his sometimes harrowing journey along the way, and his latest video update marks an exceptional milestone: In the video below, Trebek explains that only 18 percent…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Company offers free plots of Scottish land to couples already taking Outlander cosplay too far

Great news for all those couples who already possess multiple bodices, claymores, and cosmetic “sexy” poxes and boils to liven up their Diana Gabaldon-based roleplay scenarios: A Scottish land preservation company is offering free plots of land to any married couple named Claire and Jamie, in honor of Outlander’s…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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What’s New on Netflix the Week of February 10, 2020

You know when Netflix refers to something as “a three-week event” it’s got to be big. How big? I’ll be tuning in to former Mr. Jessica Simpson Nick Lachey and his wife Vanessa’s “social experiment” Love Is Blind (Thursday, just in time for Valentine’s Day, lovers!!!) to find out. The premise of the show is […]

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What We Loved And Hated About Mythic Quest, A TV Show About A Fictional Game Studio

My coworker Ethan Gach and I watched press screeners of the first season of Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet, a sitcom that premieres on Apple’s new streaming service on February 7. Mythic Quest is a workplace comedy about a video game studio. We’re pretty mixed: Parts of the show are hilarious, others are touching, and…Read more… […]

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What We Loved And Hated About Mythic Quest, A TV Show About A Fictional Game Studio

My coworker Ethan Gach and I watched press screeners of the first season of Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet, a sitcom that premieres on Apple’s new streaming service on February 7. Mythic Quest is a workplace comedy about a video game studio. We’re pretty mixed: Parts of the show are hilarious, others are touching, and…Read more… […]

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Locke & Key, High Fidelity, and 18 other new shows to watch this February

February is the month of love (or so we hear), which means there are dozens of opportunities to fall for a new show, from the latest adaptation of a classic sci-fi novel to the story of big city strivers to the handsome new visage of Altered Carbon. The A.V. Club has made a bouquet of […]

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Locke & Key, High Fidelity, and 18 other new shows to watch this February

February is the month of love (or so we hear), which means there are dozens of opportunities to fall for a new show, from the latest adaptation of a classic sci-fi novel to the story of big city strivers to the handsome new visage of Altered Carbon. The A.V. Club has made a bouquet of […]

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Chance The Rapper to host reboot of MTV’s ‘Punk’d’

MTV’s Punk’d returns in 2020, this time chartered by none other than musician and activist, Chance The Rapper. The series reboot is expected to take a 10-minute format on the upcoming mobile video platform Quibi, which debuts in April. “Punk’d is one of MTV’s most iconic franchises,” says Chance on the opportunity. “I grew up watching […]

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Domestic dreamland or dystopia? The A.V. Club considers HGTV at 25 years

Twenty-five years ago last month, HGTV debuted to 6.5 million homes in 44 markets. Its first show, Room By Room, offered easy, kitschy projects, like a baseball-themed bathroom. An entire empire soon followed, with a website, a magazine, dream home giveaways, and a never-ending stream of those annoying House Hunters.…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Domestic dreamland or dystopia? The A.V. Club considers HGTV at 25 years

Twenty-five years ago last month, HGTV debuted to 6.5 million homes in 44 markets. Its first show, Room By Room, offered easy, kitschy projects, like a baseball-themed bathroom. An entire empire soon followed, with a website, a magazine, dream home giveaways, and a never-ending stream of those annoying House Hunters.…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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