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Among the varied virtues of The Bold Type, one of the most indispensable has always been its eagerness to tackle some of the most complicated aspects of being a young woman in the 21st century. The same is true of its knack to address those ideas with an eye toward clarity and approachability. It is simultaneously

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It’s a season of darkness. The wind howls, whipping cold across your cheeks. (This is coming to you from the midwest, just go with me.) Eyes sting, fingers burn, and even the white snow grows gray. The sun shines faintly, and then is gone before dinner, leaving you huddled against the chill with only the terrible,

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Last week, just 10 days before the Grammy Awards, Recording Academy CEO Deborah Dugan was mysteriously removed from the organization, with a New York Times story citing claims of “misconduct” by a “senior female member of the Recording Academy team” and what was apparently a “bullying management style.” Meanwhile, a Je

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Nightmare clips like “Johny Johny Yes Papa” and “Sick Song” might hold the title for most unintentionally unnerving animated content, but the drawings that accompany wikiHow articles aren’t far behind. For years now, visitors to the weirdo how-to site have marveled over and meme’d the colorful images, many of which,

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Hulu’s corner of the Marvel universe may look even grimmer than Netflix’s at the moment, with plans for a Ghost Rider show and a Tigra & Dazzler cartoon falling apart last year (not to mention Runaways getting the axe), but Hulu does still have its M.O.D.O.K. show with Patton Oswalt in the works. In fact, the show’s

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Jude Law is the subject of a compelling new Vulture interview in which the actor’s “blinding” beauty serves as a means of framing his artistic journey over the years. Speaking of Law’s recent turns in The Young Pope and The New Pope, for example, director Paolo Sorrentino says, “The beauty of Jude was very helpful for

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