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The Year of Lost Time
No one will emerge from this pandemic unchanged by the experience.
The Raw And The Half-Baked: Sepultura’s Roots At 25
A quarter of a century on from Roots, Keith Kahn-Harris wonders whether Sepultura’s much-vaunted album has actually left much of a legacy
An anniversary for great justice: Remembering “All Your Base” 20 years later
Reversal of Earth's magnetic poles may have triggered Neanderthal extinction -- and it could happen again
Winter Storm Energy Prices Leave Some Texans With $17,000 Bills
Customers of the power supplier Griddy have expressed despair and frustration over bills ranging from $5,000 to $17,000 in the aftermath of one of the worst winter storms to hit the state in recent years.
Islamic 12th-century bathhouse uncovered in Seville tapas bar
Dazzling geometric motifs dating from Almohad caliphate discovered during renovation of city’s bar
"Judas and the Black Messiah" Is in the Canon of Important Historical Films
In this op-ed writer, Jameelah Nasheed unpacks the importance of balanced storytelling in historical films, like Shaka King’s Judas and the Black Messiah.
Onderzoek toegankelijkheid mobiele apps
Resultaten van een uitgebreid onderzoek onder ruim een miljoen Nederlanders naar het gebruik van accessibility-instellingen op mobiele telefoons, uitgevoerd door techbureau Q42.
Landmark study finds link between playing video games and well-being
A "Buffy" Fan Unpacks the Joss Whedon Allegations
Clubhouse Is A Club So Exclusive, It Excludes Disabled People By Design
The Making of Lemmings
How DMA Design created a classic, and what happened next