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Watchmen Episode 7 Theories: Who Is Cal Abar?

Stately Tony and Oscar-winning thespian Jeremy Irons just ripped an uncomfortably long fart in an extravagant purple cape before being sentenced to death by a screaming horde of pigs and it’s probably like, the eighth or ninth most important thing to discuss from Watchmen episode 7, “An Almost Religious Awe.” …

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Bob Woodward booed during Q&A with reporters Jodi Kantor, Megan Twohey

Legendary journalist Bob Woodward is coming under heavy fire for the questions he asked while interviewing the Pulitzer-winning investigative team of Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey at a Washington, DC, event on Wednesday night. After Woodward repeatedly interrupted Kantor and Twohey and posited that Harvey Weinstein’s behavior could have been …

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Kyra Sedgwick Answers All of Our Questions About Phenomenon

Role Call is a series in which Vulture talks to actors about performances they’ve probably forgotten by now, but we definitely haven’t. <p class="clay-paragraph" data-editable="text" data-uri="www. vulture.com/_components/clay-paragraph/instances/ck10zjgij003cvzy664v831sq@published” data-word-count=”171″>In 1996, John Travolta starred in two films wherein he plays a seemingly human character graced with supernatural powers, which should tell you …

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UCSB Postdoc Explores Uncharted Territory in Women’s Health

Photo Courtesy of Pixabay Carmiya Baskin Staff Writer  Sex hormones aid in the physiological transformation of the human body during various life stages such as puberty, pregnancy, and menopause. While these naturally occurring chemicals impact the body, little research has been conducted to determine how they affect the brain. Enter …

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Exploring Unknown Territory in Women’s Health

Carmiya Baskin Staff Writer  Sex hormones aid in the physiological transformation of the human body during various life stages such as puberty, pregnancy, and menopause. While these naturally occurring chemicals impact the body, little research has been conducted to determine how they affect the brain. Enter Emily Jacobs, an assistant …

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Why are the cats sexy? All your Cats movie questions, answered.

If you’re not familiar with the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Cats — or even if you are — then you probably have many, many questions after glimpsing December’s film adaptation, whose trailer pounced upon an unsuspecting and baffled nation this week. Sporting a surprising, A-list cast including Taylor Swift, Judi …

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Boosting women’s participation at scientific meetings

Recently, some prominent men in science have publicly declared they wouldn’t attend scientific meetings that don’t adequately represent women, but a new study suggests the problem isn’t just representation – women also don’t participate at the same level as men, even when they are well represented. A Stanford-led study reports …

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Ex-dealer’s new book looks out for women

Lisa Copeland, former managing partner at Fiat-Alfa Romeo of Austin, has taken her mission to empower female car buyers a step further with her new book, Car Buying, Her Way: The Fierce Girl’s Roadmap to the Car of Your Dreams. Copeland also runs the website carsherway. com and co-hosts a …

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A Mother’s Day tale for women without children

Moms are great. I have one. She is super cool and gave me the impression that kids are the ultimate art project. So I thought I’d want some, too. However, when it didn’t happen naturally, I did not pursue the matter, leaving the miracle of life to the gods and …

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