Golden age

These devices and technologies can help seniors stay active until retirement

Dragonimages/Dreamstime Text size Seniors are living in a technological golden age, with an array of devices and apps that can not only keep seniors active and safe, but also help them maintain their independence until retirement. To stay on the cutting edge of technology, retirees need to focus on their goal, whether it’s getting in shape, learning new skills, social ...

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10 DC Heroes Who Are Getting Stronger And Stronger

DC’s superheroes are some of the most powerful around, but it wasn’t always that way. Many superheroes started out much weaker than they are, with notable examples like Superman’s powers being completely different. While Superman has grown weaker over the years, especially recently, the powers of the other heroes have steadily grown, improving exponentially over time. RELATED: 10 DC Characters ...

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Micro French manicures are the minimalist nail trend about to take over

Of all the vintage beauty trends that have made a comeback in recent years, it’s truly wonderful to witness the return of the French manicure. After gaining popularity in the early 2000s – after decades of domination – French boards were relegated to Jennifer Coolidge characters and faded living room posters until its glorious rebirth in the 2020s. We actually ...

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DC: the 10 most underrated heroes, ranked

DC was the main architect of the modern superhero, starting with Superman in the Golden Age. Since then, they’ve created a coterie of incredible heroes. Many of them are among the most famous heroes in comics, having passed them to become multimedia stars. However, not all heroes may be some of the most famous of all time, but that doesn’t ...

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Mariah Bell is finally golden at US figure skating championships

Mariah Bell reacts after skating in the women’s free skating at the US Figure Skating Championships on January 7, 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee. When Adam Rippon offered advice to Mariah Bell this week, he thought back to the 2018 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, where he applied for the PyeongChang Olympics. Rippon, fourth in the United States this season, landed one ...

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First Look at Cecily Strong Off-Broadway, 50 Years of Broadway Cast at Kennedy Center, and more!

Cecily Strong in the search for signs of intelligent life in the universe Hello, BroadwayWorld! Because we know all of our readers eat, sleep and breathe Broadway, what better way than to wake up? Scroll down for the latest news. Today’s best stories include 50 years of Broadway programming at Kennedy Center! The cast includes Stephanie J. Block, Alfie Boe, ...

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RIP: Recall of influential people who died in 2021

Other politicians the world has said goodbye to this year include former US Vice President Walter F. Mondale, former South African President FW de Klerk, former Senator Bob Dole, former President South Korean Roh Tae-woo, radio host Rush Limbaugh, former Delaware Governor Ruth Ann Minner, former Danish Prime Minister Poul Schlueter and Iranian Ambassadors Ali Akbar Mohtashamipour and Ardeshir Zahedi. ...

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Justice League: the age of each main character

The Justice League is one of the greatest gatherings of heroes of all time. They’ve faced every threat the DC Multiverse has thrown at them and come back for more. No matter who or what they fight, they always end up winning. With a combination of sheer power, experience, and skill, no force can withstand the Justice League for long. ...

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Year in review: the best gastronomic news of 2021

Dive into the top food and drink articles of 2021 chosen by Wallpaper * Entertainment Director Melina Keays. The selection is a veritable feast of exceptional liquors, delicious dishes and breathtaking restaurants. Discover the craftsmanship behind Japan’s oldest whiskey, learn how to brew the perfect cup of coffee, sip fine wines surrounded by artwork by Louise Bourgeois and Jenny Holzer, ...

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Doris Day’s husband cost her “reason” and her wealth: “No way he lets her give up work” | Celebrity News | Show biz & TV

Doris Day performed ‘Que Sera Sera’ in 1956 Day, who sadly passed away in 2019, was one of Hollywood’s greats – an actress and singer who rose to prominence for her animal welfare activism. She began her career as a big band singer in 1939, achieving commercial success in 1945 with two No. 1 recordings, “Sentimental Journey” and “My Dreams ...

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