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19 November, by Emily Heller[ —]

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Let's face it: the world can be a dangerous place. You know at least one person who's had their car or home is broken into, and it's just not practical to constantly worry whether it'll happen to you. You're an especially prime target for theft and burglary when you take a vacation, and who wants to have to worry about their apartment being ransacked while sunbathing on the beaches of Tulum?

The EPEX WiFi Camera is the perfect home security solution for the person who never thought they could afford home security. Whether you're backpacking across Europe for weeks at a time or just sitting at work and wondering if you remembered to lock the door when you left, the EPEX can help you feel more secure.  Read more...

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Meet the tiny safe that's perfect for international travelers

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19 November, by Emily Heller[ —]

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Sometimes you need a little extra security for your valuables when you travel. But not everything makes sense for the hotel safe — stuff like passports and prescriptions sometimes need to be a little more portable. But last we checked, fanny packs don’t come with a combination lock.

The solution: a portable safe. It’s small and lightweight enough to carry with you for easy access whenever you, without sacrificing security. The iKeyp Pro-Safe is the ultimate example of the best of both worlds — the successful Indiegogo project is a smart safe for personal items that require easy access. Read more...

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Why Pussy Riot's Maria Alyokhina keeps smiling as she resists

19 November, by Liza Hearon[ —]

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Chance the Rapper performs hilarious song on 'SNL' begging President Obama to return

19 November, by Erin Strecker[ —]

“This time of year I get thankful baby, thankful for you. But now you’re gone and I don’t know what to do.”

What an emotional love song. A tribute to a great relationship after a bad breakup. Some girl somewhere is going to be really sorry she ended things with De-Von-Tré, the hot new combo comprised of SNL’s Kenan Thompson, Chris Redd, and guest host Chance the Rapper.

“So come back, Barack.”

Or, what? Yeah. 

The world is on the verge of nuclear war, and former president Barack Obama is out here living his Best Life. We’re here crying ourselves to sleep, and he’s water skiing and showing us how in love with Michelle he is, and everything sucks. Read more...

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Kate McKinnon debuts pitch perfect Julian Assange impression on 'Saturday Night Live'

19 November, by Erin Strecker[ —]

Saturday Night Live took us behind the scenes in its cold open tonight of a totally plausible meeting between Julian Assange and the Brothers Trump in the first installment of what we can only hope will be many, many more episodes of “The Mueller Files.”

Kate McKinnon debuted her expert Assange impression – reason enough to hope for more – replete with a suspicion-inducing pleather jacket and weird white-blonde haircut.

“It’s not white, it’s a platinum bob with a man’s front wisp.” Sorry, Julian.

Anyway, the meeting, which ostensibly took place between Assange and Donald Trump Jr. (Mikey Day) in the basement of the Ecuadorian embassy in London – where the real Assange has been holed up since 2012 avoiding extradition to Sweden to face sexual assault charges – was crashed by a delightfully inept Eric Trump (Alex Moffat), who did just about everything he could to blow the clandestine convention. Read more...

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Azzedine Alaïa, known for pioneering designs and for 'Clueless,' dies at 82

18 November, by Emma Hinchliffe[ —]

"This is an Alaïa!"

The image of Cher refusing to lay on the ground when getting robbed at gunpoint in Clueless because of her designer dress is a lasting one. 

R.I.P. Azzedine Alaia 🖤 pic.twitter.com/QHNTVjOVq8

— Ira Madison III (@ira) November 18, 2017

The designer behind her red dress was equally iconic. Azzedine Alaïa died at 82 on Saturday. 

Alaïa was known for his independent spirit and as a pioneer of form-fitting, figure-defining fashion. Basically, he pioneered bodycon. 

"He used leather and knits to shape and support the body, transforming it into the best version of itself," the New York Times wrote in his obituaryRead more...

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Now we get the 'Gilmore Girls' joke about Katy Perry and some nuns

18 November, by Emma Hinchliffe[ —]

Remember in the Gilmore Girls revival when Lorelai Gilmore wanted to buy an old building owned by nuns to expand the Dragonfly Inn? 

"If you're interested you better move fast," one of the nuns told her. "Katy Perry was sniffing around here earlier." 

"Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" episode 4.

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If you didn't get the joke then, here's the explanation: Since 2015, Perry has been locked in a legal battle with a group of nuns in Los Angeles. 

Perry purchased a former convent for $14.5 million from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. A group of nuns who used to live in the convent with the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary opposed the sale and tried instead to sell the property to another buyer, Dana Hollister.  Read more...

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Australia just landed its first high performance centre for esports

18 November, by Shannon Connellan[ —]

Oceania's esports industry just took a huge step forward.

Australia has opened its very first Esports High Performance Centre in Sydney, a new home base for Oceania’s leading League of Legends team, the LG Dire Wolves.

Established in Sydney's city sporting precinct, sitting in the side of Allianz Stadium looking towards the Sydney Cricket Ground, the facility aims to drive growth and development in Australia's esports industry.

The facility will be stocked with new technology in eye-tracking and performance analysis, as part of a partnership with the University of Technology Sydney. Read more...

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Jessica Chastain absolutely skewers Hollywood's sexist audition culture

18 November, by Chloe Bryan[ —]

Hollywood audition culture is notoriously sexist — celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence and Emmy Rossum have spoken out about it before. And in a new sketch from Friday's Tonight Show, Jessica Chastain took another dig at the famously toxic process.

In the sketch, Chastain shows up at an audition to read for "Angela." The part seems straightforward enough, until the casting director (played by Jimmy Fallon) starts asking her to "do it again, but hot" and, in a truly cringeworthy moment, to read her lines like a "spicy little peppermint with a secret." (Of course, when a male actor comes in to audition, he receives no notes.) Read more...

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Maybe the problem with 'Justice League' is that it's not enough like 'Batman v Superman'

18 November, by Angie Han[ —]

Justice League is fine. It's fine! If you trust the Tomatometer, it is 13 percentage points more fine than its predecessor, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Justice League earned those points by going out of its way to address the criticisms lobbed at BvS, resulting in a film that's lighter, funnier, more narratively straightforward. 

It's just not nearly as interesting. And that's a damn shame.

Whatever its shortcomings, Batman v Superman felt like the product of a single distinctive vision. Maybe not the vision everyone wanted – maybe one that some people found annoying or unpleasant or even downright reprehensible – but a single distinctive vision nonetheless.  Read more...

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