It’s been a while since we’ve had the opportunity to binge on our favorite sci-fi Netflix TV series black mirror. For those wondering how long, the final season, which featured Miley Cyrus’ unpopular “Ashley O,” was released in mid-2019. It’s the longest hiatus for the series since its premiere inRead More →

welcome to Mirrora monthly movie column in which I rewatch and then rewatch a movie I’ve already seen under the new (and improved?) critical lens of 2022. I’m so glad you’re here. Well folks, we’ve finally found it: the most rear-viewing film to ever be rear-viewing. 21 jump streeta filmRead More →

5 outfit ideas for a pre-wedding shoot February 24, 2022, 3:02 p.m. 3 minute read Pre-wedding shoots have become extremely popular in recent years. (Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons) One of the hottest trends today, pre-wedding shoots are a great way to create personal memories while you wait for your specialRead More →

Amy Bartlam At home, your bathroom is one of your refuges. So when you have friends and family staying with you, it’s completely understandable that you’d want your guest bathroom to provide a similar sense of calm. If you’re looking to turn your space into something visitors will love, checkRead More →

NINE new business players in the Philippines and France presented their innovative concepts of health, fitness, real estate and machine learning solutions to potential investors during the virtual startup pitch competition recently launched by the Chamber of Commerce and of French industry in the Philippines, in partnership with La FrenchRead More →

For a long time, home bars have been part of house plans. Some homes need large rooms to accommodate their extensive bottle collection and entertainment needs, while others prefer hidden bar designs, and there are individual homes with mini wall bars. Home bars not only provide safe and organized storageRead More →

(This is part two of the Inspiring Armenian Young Adults series, which highlights the achievements of 4 of Armenia’s brightest and bravest young adults. Their brief profiles showcase the talents of the next generation of Armenians and highlight the impressive accomplishments they’ve made so far. .) STEPANAKERT — Some peopleRead More →

Polls tell us that bases in both parties believe that the last two presidential elections were won by opposing party candidates who did not win equally. But questioning the 2020 elections is a waste of time. So did the 2016 election for most of the Trump presidency. Besides grassroots voters,Read More →

David Tsay Mirrors can work wonders in any room, especially your bathroom. Of course, practicality should always be a priority, but the best bathroom mirrors double as decorative elements, turning even the simplest spaces into a stylish haven. Take a look at these bathroom mirror ideas, for example: many ofRead More →

welcome to Mirrora monthly movie column in which I rewatch and then rewatch a movie I’ve already seen under the new (and improved?) review lens of 2021. I’m so glad you’re here. It’s been a decade and a half since Daniel Craig first appeared on screen as James Bond, theRead More →

Sand set in the not-so-distant future, this frayed assemblage of loosely interconnected sketches plays like ideas Charlie Brooker had while he was tipsy for episodes of Black Mirror, then crumpled up and tossed in his wastebasket. But those ideas were scavenged, scripted, and shot by student filmmakers whose underpaid tutorsRead More →

Universal images Fight misinformation. Get a daily recap of important facts. Register for free Mother Jones newsletter. In Clive Barker’s short story “The Forbidden”, the precursor to Nia DaCosta’s precursor directed by Jordan Peele candy manan academic named Helen becomes obsessed with capturing the grim conditions of the Spector StreetRead More →

Anthony McCoy (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, “Aquaman”) is a rising painter. He and his conservative girlfriend, Brianna (Teyonah Parris, “WandaVision,” “If Beale Street Could Talk”) live in a fabulous apartment in a gentrified neighborhood of Chicago. The area once included the towers of the Cabrini-Green social housing project. An urban legendRead More →

In The power of glamor, Author Virginia Postrel writes, “Glamor is not something you own, but something you perceive.” It’s a magic trick, casting a rose-tinted veil over the viewer’s eyes. However, while glamor itself may be a fantasy, its effects are very real; it intensifies desire and fuels ambition.Read More →

It’s probably fair to say that horror movies depend more on cliches than any other genre, but that doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Even so, there are certainly some types of scenes that audiences are sick of seeing – for example, the hilariously lazy and wildly overused mirrorRead More →

Designed by Heidi Caillier There’s a lot to love about bathroom mirrors: unlike people, they always let you know if there’s something green stuck in your teeth, they never judge you for looking, and they provide the ability to infinite style. For all intents and purposes, let’s focus on theRead More →

Mirror Rise Harry Potter Harry Potter From an invisibility cloak to the resurrection stone, the magical world of Harry Potter is filled with enchanted items Muggles can only dream of getting their hands on. But now Harry Potter fans can see their heart’s desires with this super-affordable replica ofRead More →