Giveaway: Withings Move Trackers and a Steel HR!

Time for a fun, zippy giveaway! This week, we’ll be running a giveaway for three (3) Withings watches! If you didn’t get lucky in any of our past Withings giveaways, perhaps you’ll win this time! We have two Withings Move trackers, and one Steel HR to give away to three lucky winners! The Withings Move trackers are new,

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HaBO: Sin & Danger

This HaBO request comes from Caroline, who is looking for this historical romance series: So I’ve been searching for this novel/series and haven’t been able to turn anything up on my own. Here’s everything (and I mean everything!) I remember about the book(s): It’s a historical romance trilogy about three sisters. I think one of

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Ronald Reagan’s Reel Life

Reagan was made by the movies—not just his career but his mentalité was made in Hollywood. As much as he had been a movie actor, Reagan was a fan—a true believer in what he saw, or imagined, on the screen. My takeaway from several days of research in the Reagan Library—a Magic Kingdom shrine set

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Viola Frey: Ceramic Sculptor of the Anthropocene

The first image in “Viola Frey: Center Stage,” supersized on an atrium wall of the di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art in Napa, California, and printed on the cover of the exhibition pamphlet, is a photograph of the artist in 1996. She stands inside one of her just-larger-than-life ceramic female figures looking steadily at the

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How to Donate to Help on Venezuela’s Humanitarian Crisis

Venezuela Crisis In Venezuela today, no independent government institutions remain to act as a check on executive power. The Venezuelan government—under Maduro and previously under Chávez—has stacked the courts with judges who make no pretense of independence. The government has been repressing dissent through often-violent crackdowns on street protests, jailing opponents, and prosecuting civilians in

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