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American Horror Story’ Season 7: Sarah Paulson As Kellyanne Conway Character

American Horror Story has been in the news quite a bit lately, this time with the real possibility that Sarah Paulson will be portraying a character on the show that is similar to Kellyanne Conway in real life. For those of you who do...Show More Summary

Raphaelle Peale - Still Life with Grapes and Dish by...

4 hours agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

Raphaelle Peale - Still Life with Grapes and Dish by Irina Raphaelle Peale (sometimes spelled Raphael Peale) (February 17, 1774 – March 4, 1825) is considered the first professional American painter of still-life.

A New Trumpist Magazine Débuts at the Harvard Club

Julius Krein is one of a number of people whose life has been complicated by the election of Donald Trump, although in his case it is a happy sort of complication. On Tuesday night, at the launch party for his new journal, American Affairs,...Show More Summary

Trump’s wall: what’s happening at the border?

What’s happening right now along that 1,900 mile border, to those who hoped to follow their American dream and escape to a new life? Guillermo Galdos has been out with the US border patrol and finding that the situation along the frontier may already be changing.

The Way Americans Retire Is Broken. Here Are 5 Ideas For Fixing It.

Retirement, for me, is like stepping off the diving board into the deep pool of the rest of my life ? a little scary with no turning back once I’ve done it. I’m 67, squarely in the crosshairs of the “when should I retire?” conversation. Show More Summary

Late Night Horrorshow Open Thread: Look, See CPAC 2017 — See CPAC Run!

Pence: "Because of President Trump, life is winning again." — McKay Coppins (@mckaycoppins) February 24, 2017 Yes, the American Conservative Union’s combination trade show and meat market is cheesy and ludicrous when it’s not revolting, but on the other hand, the President-Asterisk and the people actually running his administration are in attendance… Please tell me […]

Matthew Broderick to Bring His Cool, Collected Demeanor to FX’s Katrina: American Crime Story

Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss Matthew Broderick being cast in Ryan Murphy’s latest and greatest television outing. Indeed, Broderick will be joining the upcoming Murphyverse limited series Katrina: American Crime Story — the follow-up to the critically ... More »

Starz Announces American Gods Debut Date, Releases New Promo Art

The gods will descend upon Starz in April, but SXSW attendees will get an early look at Neil Gaiman's characters come to life. The post Starz Announces American Gods Debut Date, Releases New Promo Art appeared first on CBR.com.

Bring Saturday Mornings Back to Life with this Cartoon Server

It was an American ritual for over four decades: wake up early on Saturday morning, prepare a bowl of sugar, and occupy the couch for four glorious hours of cartoons. The only interruptions came when the least-significant sibling had...Show More Summary

Good News!

The president will be too busy partying to watch the Oscars. I hope Americans from all walks of life emulate his example. And remember: When you spend money on Hollywood, Hollywood uses your money to attack you, your family, your church, your president, your country, and your way of life. Don’t give money to Hollywood!

Every Exciting Restaurant Opening You Need to Know About

We could all use more cookies right about now. The former Ling & Louie’s space has been transformed into its new life as a high-end American eatery bearing the name of Minnesota Vikings great John Randle. Randle’s on Nicollet Mall opened...Show More Summary

Uncommon Photographs from 100 Years of Daily African American Life

2 days agoArts : Hyperallergic

Cornell University Library has digitized over 600 seldom-seen images showing the lives of black Americans from the era of slavery to the 1960s. The post Uncommon Photographs from 100 Years of Daily African American Life appeared first on Hyperallergic.

'There's Enough Time to Change Everything'

Polymath computer scientist David Galernter’s wide-ranging ideas about American life.

Marian Goodman Gallery London Pays Tribute to John Baldessari With Pop-Up Shop

American conceptual artist John Baldessari is most famed for his artistic exploration of photography and appropriated images — and now in paying tribute to his work and life, a pop-up shop will be opening at Marian Goodman Gallery London. Set to be open for only six days, the pop-up will sell an assortment of products […]

Going Back to Our Paleo Roots: Eating as Nature Intended

The acronym, SAD, is the best way to explain the standard American diet and the health problems that they suffer in life. What if more people ate Paleo? The post Going Back to Our Paleo Roots: Eating as Nature Intended appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Senate Republicans put net neutrality-based privacy rules on the chopping block

You have to marvel at just how dedicated Republicans are to making every individual American life more miserable. You know what Americans need less of, says Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake? Americans need less internet privacy. Stupid internet...Show More Summary

The Third Season of FX’s Fargo Will Premiere in April, As If There Weren’t Enough TV Miniseries in Your Life

Between Big Little Lies, Feud, American Crime, and now Fargo, we’ve started to arrive at one of the most exciting seasons of TV mini-series in recent memory. FX announced today that the third installment of Noah Hawley’s Coen brothers–inspired series will arrive on April 19. Set in 2010, the series ... More »

Adventures in Capitalism: How Trump Might Become a Workplace Disrupter

3 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

This administration, freed from the usual political debts to unions or Wall Street, has an unusual opportunity to remake American working life.

U.S. life expectancy may rise to over 80 by 2030

By 2030, American women will live an average of more than 83 years, while men may reach an average of 80, a new study estimates. These figures are up just slightly from current 2010 estimates. Right now, American women live to an average of 81, while men live to an average of 77. But other developed...

No spoilers! Most people don't want to know their future

(American Psychological Association) Given the chance to see into the future, most people would rather not know what life has in store for them, even if they think those events could make them happy, according to new research published by the American Psychological Association.

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