Month: January 2020

For a long time, medium-length haircuts were the hinterland of the hair world, rarely seen beyond guys attempting to turn a ballsy buzz into a seventies shag. But the rise of hairstyles such as the pompadour has seen them go from awkward in-between stage to bona-fide style move straight out of the grooming playbook. Whether
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Sponsored by Book Riot’s new literary fiction podcast Novel Gazing. These deals were active as of this writing, but may expire soon, so get them while they’re hot! Today’s Featured Deals Possessing the Secret of Joy by Alice Walker for $1.99. Get it here, or just click on the cover image below. Astonish Me by Maggie Shipstead for $2.99.
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The Campaign to Protect Rural England has changed its name to CPRE, the countryside charity.  The name has been launched this week to coincide with the conservation charity’s new strategy, which it hopes will enable more people to connect with the countryside.  The charity said it hoped the new name and logo would help it
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Shares of Caterpillar fell on Friday after reporting a revenue miss in the fourth quarter, citing “global economic uncertainty.” Industrial giant’s quarterly earnings came in at $2.63 per share adjusted, compared to an estimate of $2.37 per Refinitiv. However, its revenue fell 8% year-over year to $13.144 billion, below the estimate of $13.412 billion. CEO and
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Tinian, Northern Marina Islands (CNN) — In these days of long airport security lines and faceless online reservation systems, imagine booking a flight with an airline where you can ask for your pilot by name and then sit in the co-pilot’s seat. With that kind of availability, young pilots from around the world are gaining
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Saskatchewan artist Terri Fidelak doesn’t make music, but she’s nominated ahead of the 49th annual Juno Awards along with Bryan Adams, Alessia Cara and Shawn Mendes. Albeit for different categories, nominees will be celebrated during this year’s edition of Canada’s biggest night in music, held on March 15 at Saskatoon’s SaskTel Centre. READ MORE: Saskatoon
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In this historical thriller set in the summer of 1915, Elizabeth Hand introduces us to her adolescent heroine, Pin, who lives with her mother amongst the carnies and grifters of Chicago’s Riverview Amusement Park. When Pin thinks she’s witnessed the lead-up to a murder in the park, she begins her own investigations parallel to those
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In this video I’ll share with you the best SEO tools for beginners. Do you find SEO confusing and hard? Don’t worry, we’ve all been there. But what if I told you that there’s a handful of tools that are amazing for beginners and will solve all of your SEO problems? Watch the video to
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Finding the right gift for a friend who is always hidden behind a book seems like a simple task, because let’s face it, the perfect gift is obviously another book. However, that’s when it turns from an easy task to a difficult one. Which book would your friend like? How can you be sure which
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The excitement and madness of horse racing is unmatched. Those who watch horse racing can tell you the sheer joy and thrill of the anticipation and uncertainty which is unique to horse racing. At any moment anything can happen – a leading horse may fall behind or the last one might become the winner. The
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All the NBA fans and supporters have this amazing craze about their baseball game. A diehard fan knows how it important it is to them to cheer their favourite team, defend them in debates with friends, but most importantly, the victory of their favourite team. If the NBA games have caught your interest lately, try
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