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Netflix’s 2018 romantic comedy, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before was heralded as part of a rom-com resurgence that was, by all accounts, sorely needed. Based on Jenny Han’s fizzy YA novel, the adaptation did gangbuster numbers for Netflix. Alongside other movies released as part of Netflix’s “Summer of Love,” it

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Every fall, cold, crisp winds billow through the streets of lower Manhattan, signaling the beginning of a new season that has not yet been formally named The Condé Nast Culling Time. It’s a moment when media executives at the formerly lucrative publisher begin to panic, shuddering at the thought of presenting yet

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In December 2018, we reported that Wes Anderson’s forthcoming film, The French Dispatch, would feature Timothée Chalamet and his cheekbones in the role he was born to play: anything well-dressed and saccharine Wes Anderson instructed him to portray. Fast-forward a year and two months, and the movie has a trailer, with

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Because I cover healthcare, and because I work for a website concerned with all the ways people try to separate women from their money, I’m often directed to clinics that say they are revolutionizing basic care. Friends and strangers send me links to Instagram ads, portholes into identically extravagant offices. The

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Look, there are a lot of reasons to not “get” dog shows. Why spend thousands of dollars on a hairstylist to put a Yorkie in sponge curlers for five hours so that some blowhard in a tuxedo can come and praise genetic traits that humans have arbitrarily imposed on a perfectly good wolf?

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