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You've Been Applying Your Skin Care and Makeup in the Wrong Order

It seems like there's a new beauty invention to add to our routine every week (micellar water, lip primer, what?). And with all those bottles and tubes lining the vanity, we get a little confused about which product goes when. The sequence in which you should apply your skin care and makeup in the morning (or evening) is very important. Show More Summary

TGIF! Weekly Water News Summary, 2 - 8 December 2017

22 hours agoUtilities / Water : WaterWired

Back to water books this week. I first met Will Sarni at a meeting at the University of Pennsylvania in 2010. He gave a fascinating talk with a decidedly business/corporate orientation. I've since run into him several times, most recently at the 2015 AWRA meeting in Denver If I recall,...

Sophie Turner Is on Fire (No, Literally) in the First Look at X-Men: Dark Phoenix

You might want to grab a bucket of water, because the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, on newsstands Friday, is on fire. Or rather, Sophie Turner is the one aflame, and we couldn't be more excited about it. The cover is our first look at the Game of Thrones actress in the upcoming mutant superhero film, X-Men: Dark Phoenix. Show More Summary

Emily A. Sprague (Florist) – “Water Memory 1?

Earlier this year, Emily Sprague released a new album with her folk project Florist, If Blue Could Be Happiness, and she's just announced that she'll be releasing an ambient album under the name Emily A. Sprague in a couple weeks. "Water Memory began as an imagination of the feelings that are floating through the natural…

Girls water polo: Los Alamitos, Orange Lutheran seeded third, fourth for Villa Park Classic

The Villa Park Classic, featuring CIF-SS Division 1 contenders Dos Pueblos, San Marcos, Los Alamitos and Orange Lutheran, helps highlight the week in girls water polo. Dos Pueblos and San Marcos are seeded first and second, respectively, followed by Los Alamitos and Orange Lutheran. Huntington Beach is fifth. Here’s the O.C. schedule for Wednesday and […]

Josh Newton's Water Jobs and More! 5 December 2017

4 days agoUtilities / Water : WaterWired

Here is a message from Josh, who will be in New Orleans during the upcoming AGU meeting: It just so happens that I will be in New Orleans during the week that AGU is taking place (11 - 15 December), although not attending the conference. So, I was wondering if...

Meet The Man Who Wants To Turn Your Poop Into Fertilizer

In the weeks following Hurricane Irma, Florida has been awash in gallons of sewage water. Human wastewater can be incredibly

‘Peak hour of power’ set to take over Adelaide streets for motorsport festival

4 days agoVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

The Adelaide Motorsport Festival will be taking to the streets next week, as part of the ‘peak hour of power’. Featuring the likes of Craig Lowndes, Garth Tander, Cam Waters and Troy Bayliss piloting an eye-popping array of classic racers, the procession will work its way through traffic on its way to a party on […]

Comments of the Week 27: Little fish, big fish, swimming in the water

Hello my little demons! It is I, Plastic Tree up on Melancholy Hill! I have returned from my recent hiatus to bring you what you all love. My new theme is a reflection of my recent found fondness for Shin Megami Tensei: Lucifer's Call. Show More Summary

Minister Under Fire for Asking for Prayers for Prince George to Be Gay

Post by Jenny Erikson. A minister is hot water this week, for an old blog post he wrote about Prince George's potential future love life. A couple of years ago, Very Rev. Kelvin Holdsworth wrote that he hoped that people would pray for...Show More Summary

Coco Easily Nabs Number One Spot Over Justice League

This week saw no major releases hit theaters (and saw films like The Disaster Artist and The Shape of Water having incredibly limited releases). As such, this was the second to last week for Coco and Justice League to reel in that box office cheese before Star Wars hits on December 15. Coco did pretty […]

RedState’s Water Cooler – December 3, 2017 – Open Thread – “Dad’s Army”

This week, the RedState Department of History heads across the pond to look at one of the more interesting military units of the Second World War. On this date in 1944, the British Army formally stood down the Home Guard, an aggregation created in 1940 to assist the regular forces in the event of a German invasion of the British Isles. Show More Summary

Physics Week in Review: December 2, 2017

This week's physics highlights: does hot water really freeze faster than cold, and could cold water heat up faster than hot; scientists reverse the arrow of time; and a new quantum simulator holds experimental promise. When Cold Warms Faster Than...

TGIF! Weekly Water News Summary 25 November - 1 December 2017

Heading to Stockholm on 3 December for the esmi-annual Steering Committee meeting of the Global Water Partnership. I won't be as active on Twitter this week. No books this week, just a 2-year old graphic by Hiilel Aron of the LA Weekly (sent to me by Brian L. Jordan). Here's...


This week in theaters we have no new wide releases, but a couple of really interesting films have made their way into select theaters. The first is Guillermo del Toro's wonderful otherworldly... For more, visit our blog !

What Should We Make of The Shape of Water’s Mysterious Ending? We Discuss Del Toro’s Latest.

On the Spoiler Special podcast, Slate critics discuss movies, the occasional TV show, and, once in a blue moon, another podcast, in full, spoiler-filled detail. In this week’s episode, Slate’s movie critic, Dana Stevens, and Slate senior editor Sam Adams spoil Guillermo del Toro’s newest film, The Shape of Water. Show More Summary

MHI Vestas & ESVAGT Officially Christen The Esvagt Mercator, A Belgian Offshore Wind Service Vessel

Offshore wind energy behemoth MHI Vestas and maritime safety company ESVAGT have this week officially christened the Esvagt Mercator, the latest high-tech offshore wind service vessel for offshore windfarms in Belgian waters. 

UN makes global bid to end 'rampant' pollution

Environment ministers from about 100 countries gather in Nairobi next week to issue a clarion call against air, land and water pollution blamed for some nine million deaths in 2015. Ministers under the UN Environment Assembly (UNEA)Show More Summary

A controversial ‘oversight board’ could take over Puerto Rico’s hurricane rebuilding effort

On Sept. 20, the world watched slack-jawed as Hurricane Maria flattened Puerto Rico, devastating the island and leaving more than 3 million people without power or clean water for weeks. On Nov. 13, Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Roselló appeared...Show More Summary

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