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Until I was doing it for my real-life grown-up job, I never put much thought to the art behind typesetting. Newspapers, magazines, books—I thought they all just came that way. But there are so many decisions to be made about the best fonts for books, from the typeface itself to the type size, the space
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I’ve had a lot of time to think lately. Like many of you, I’m not a huge fan of too much mental downtime, though I would love if my brain would let me spend a little more time sleeping. I’m surviving, though, in part by deep diving into old manga, in part by changing careers (somepony just
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It’s been a while since I last recommended movies for YA readers to enjoy, and I’ve seen quite a few more since then. Some of these are based on books, while others just feel right for fans of young adult novels. Some are movies while others are limited series. They are all about teenagers, obvs,
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Pen America has released longlists for their variety of literary awards. There are some expected choices and a few surprises, too. Notably, this is the first year that a single book appears on three lists: Sharks in the Time of Saviors, the debut novel from Kawai Strong Washburn, is longlisted for the PEN/Jean Stein Book
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“I need to spend some time with the people I love, doing things that make me happy” Trigger warning: This article contains mentions of disordered eating, self-harm and suicidal ideation. According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, 49% of people—yes, almost half—who have felt symptoms of depression and anxiety never seek medical help. In any
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After her broadway debut at just 15, Liz Gillies starred in some of television’s favorites such as Dynasty and Victorious. Her latest project, an EP with Seth MacFarlane called Songs From Home, shows off just another one of her many talents—singing jazz like you haven’t heard before. In today’s episode of Song Association, Gillies is
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Think modern classics, warm undertones and punchy hits of colour.  By Melissa Perdigao Date December 21, 2020 Facebook Twitter Wondering what hair colour trends will be big in 2021? Switching up your hair colour is a great way to signal new beginnings, and after a year like 2020, we’re welcoming this type of change with
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Justin Simien assembled an amazing cast to bring this very specific story to life. The names include Jay Pharoah, Vanessa Williams, Lena Waithe, Usher, Kelly Rowling, and Laverne Cox. The movie leans on elements of camp, and Simien helps to immerse audiences in the storytelling thanks to a grainy late ’80s filter effect. And with
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For these interested musicians, getting tapped to do a Bond theme is a crown jewel in their musical milestones. Many themes have become iconic, such as Shirley Bassey’s “Goldfinger” and “Diamonds Are Forever,” along with Paul McCartney’s “Live and Let Die” and Carly Simon’s “Nobody Does It Better.” In recent years, music superstars, such as
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CinemaBlend participates in affiliate programs with various companies. We may earn a commission when you click on or make purchases via links. The Marvel Cinematic Universe became a well-oiled machine throughout the last decade of filmmaking, with every installment in Phase Three being a critical and box office success. The wait for Phase Four was
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At the midway point of the 1990s, new artists stepped up to join the Class of ’89 (Garth Brooks, Lorrie Morgan, Alan Jackson, Clint Black and Travis Tritt) and established legends (the Highwaymen, George Strait) in the mainstream as country music veered toward the pop-friendly approach still heard on commercial radio. Within this musical landscape, newcomers
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