Residents wait in line for free groceries from a pop-up food pantry amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Chelsea, Massachusetts, May 19, 2020. Brian Snyder | Reuters The historic job losses suffered around the world are disproportionately affecting women, Citi said in a new research report. On top of being an inequality issue, there
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Now, more than ever, we need to escape through film, and today’s movies aren’t so effective at tuning out harsh reality. Everything is, for the most part, heavy, raw, dark, and overly based in very real trauma. No decade or genre of film encapsulated lighthearted escapism quite like 80s comedies. They had a sort of
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May is Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Heritage Month. While AAPI actors and characters are still underrepresented, the TV landscape is making strides when it comes to all different types of diversity onscreen, including representing AAPI characters and showcasing them well. Many of these characters have broken grounds, subverted common racial tropes, and are the
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IPIC Theaters announced today that they’ll start reopening their luxury dine-in chain in its Texas locations, starting with their Fairview and Houston sites on June 4 followed by Austin on June 11. IPIC will play catalog movies upon reopening “at a special ticket price.” No dates listed yet for IPIC California locations in Pasadena and
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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — SpaceX has begun a new chapter in the history of United States spaceflight. Elon Musk’s private space company on Saturday launched NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley into orbit, successfully beginning SpaceX’s first crewed mission. The company’s Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft took off from NASA’s Kennedy Space
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WASHINGTON — The first crewed orbital launch from the United States in nearly nine years took place May 30, placing a SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft with two NASA astronauts on board into orbit, bound for the International Space Station. A Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from Launch Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center at
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et al./Nature Sustainability) “> Full of holes: scanning electron microscope image of a graphene foam made using cellulose. The ring-like structures are about 500 micron in diameter. (Courtesy: Shun Zhang et al./Nature Sustainability) High-quality graphene foams have been made from the waste gases produced during the high temperature treatment of organic waste. Researchers in China
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Prep school secret society. Vigilante Archie. Creepy VHS tapes. Riverdale Season 4 was a roller coaster of suspenseful mysteries and unexpected twists. And in some instances, baffling ones too. The characters dived deeper into the town’s seedy underbelly and uncovered truths that were long hidden for generations. (We see you, Mr. DuPont!) There were romance
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