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Jan 12
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King Crimson's Robert Fripp and Toyah Willcox adorably cover "Enter Sandman" in their kitchen

Admit it: there’s a small, sad part of all of us that secretly believed the COVID-19 pandemic would somehow magically disappear the moment the New Year’s Eve ball dropped in a ghost-town version of Times Square. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case, and here we are—two weeks into the New Year with the coronavirus

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Jan 11
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<i>Dawson’s Creek</i> mourned the “Gary Cooper type” nearly a year before <i>The Sopranos</i>

Let’s just say up top that we recognize Dawson’s Creek isn’t what you’d call a good show. The teens of the erstwhile WB drama—with their logorrhea, grad school vocabularies, and dramatic self-absorption—are insufferable to witness. The entire series, which ran from 1998 to 2003, seemed built around the idea that in

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Welcome to Parlor, the app that everyone's accidentally downloading instead of Parler

Parler, the internet’s premier destination for consequence-free hate speech and coup-planning, isn’t doing so well right now. While there’s still plenty of room to share just about any deranged, evil thought that crosses your mind on Facebook and Twitter (as long as you’re not the President), Parler’s been removed

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Guy straps camera to model train, envisioning a world where giant cats roam the Earth

Jonathan Lawton is a visionary artist. His work may seem humble—the West Yorkshire man builds model railways, set in blue-skied little villages, just like so many other people looking for a productive reprieve from their daily lives. But, Lawton’s work extends beyond its genre and into the realm of speculative fiction

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