This is a preview of our pop culture newsletter The Daily Beast’s Obsessed, written by senior entertainment reporter Kevin Fallon. To receive the full newsletter in your inbox each week, sign up for it here. In times like the one we’re living in, I can’t stop my mind from racing. Three questions play on a loop in a heinous round, like the world’s most cursed version of “Row, Row, Row Your Boat”: How did we let things get this way? Why is nobody with power doing anything about it? And what in the living hell is this Barbie movie anyway? When confronted with a crisis, there are things that people turn to for distraction: hobbies, friends, family, booze. I turn to leaked photos of Ryan Gosling in a technicolor tie-dye vest on rollerblades from the set of Barbie . (Also booze.) NEWSLETTERS The Daily Beast’s Obsessed Everything we can’t stop loving, hating, and thinking about this week in pop culture. By Clicking "Subscribe" you agree … [Read more...] about Help, I Can’t Stop Thinking About the ‘Barbie’ Movie
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Jeff Bezos is on a mission to conquer aging . He has just recruited Hal Barron from GlaxoSmithKline to help lead Altos Labs, the ambitious new anti-aging company with billions of investment. So what does science really say about this? Could we beat aging? Aging isn’t just a change in how we feel or look, aging happens at a cellular level. In a lab culture dish, adult skin cells divide roughly 50 times before stopping. But skin cells from a newborn baby can divide 80 or 90 times. And on the flip side, cells from someone elderly divide only around 20 times. Aging is also evident in our genes. Our genetic material is modified over time—chemicals can be attached that change which genes are switched on or off. These are called epigenetic changes, and they build up as we age. Another kind of change takes place at the ends of our cell’s DNA. Repeating segments of DNA called telomeres act like the plastic tip of a shoelace, preventing the twisted coils of genetic material from fraying … [Read more...] about Jeff Bezos Wants to Stop Aging. What Does That Even Mean?
0 Real Estate Peek inside a few of the local homes now on the market near you. Real Estate News , Patch Staff Posted Reply TARPON SPRINGS, FL — House shopping online can be a somewhat inefficient process. Photographs may not do a house justice, and they can sometimes make a fixer-upper look quite a bit cuter than it is in reality. That’s where open houses come in handy: No more bumbling around in the dark! Ready to start hunting? To jump-start your search, we've compiled a list of the two latest open houses scheduled in the Tarpon Springs area. That way, you can get a feel for the current offerings prior to making the big decision. Below is an address, photo, price, home size and open-house time for each property on our list — including a home with 4 beds and 3 baths for $625,000, and another with 3 beds and 2.5 baths for $600,000. Like what you see? Just click on any address in the list to get more pics and details. Happy house … [Read more...] about Tarpon Springs: 2 Local Open Houses To Stop By
0 Seasonal & Holidays See Patch's guide to Independence Day fireworks shows, parades and other celebrations in and around Clearwater. D'Ann Lawrence White , Patch Staff Posted | Updated Reply CLEARWATER, FL — After two years of cancellations and modifications, residents in cities and counties across the country are looking forward to many of the traditional Independence Day activities that mark the summer holiday. Clearwater Celebrates America At The Ballpark As construction continues on the Imagine Clearwater project that is redesigning Coachman Park, the traditional location for Clearwater's Fourth of July celebration, the city is making plans for the second year to host Clearwater Celebrates America at the Ballpark July 4 at BayCare Ballpark, 601 Old Coachman Road. Attendees can celebrate America's birthday in style with a music-choreographed fireworks show, a star-studded concert featuring the Black Honkeys … [Read more...] about July 4th 2022: Find Fireworks Near Clearwater
0 Restaurants & Bars Fans can head to Hooters with their Wingman and buy a MTN DEW x Wings Combo to get one free for their BFF and a MTN DEW Commemorative Cup. Carlos Hernandez , Patch Contributing Writer Posted | Updated Reply On June 1, in honor of the first ever Wingman Wednesday, DEW has partnered with Hooters on a buy 10 get 10 boneless wings offer at all 300+ Hooters stores to celebrate the launch of the DEW x Hooters Wingman Weekend Sweepstakes. The world-famous boneless wings can be washed down with an ice-cold MTN DEW in a collectible “wingman cup.” While fans will have to take flight (plane optional) to Hooters tomorrow to grab the BOGO deal, the DEW commemorative cup will be available through July 23, while supplies last at participating locations. "Summer is about embarking on adventures with your favorite copilot and we’re here to give fans another reason to get together starting with MTN DEW and … [Read more...] about MTN DEW & Hooters Team-Up For Wingman Wednesday June 1
HONG KONG — Extensive efforts by Apple and other Western tech companies to curtail their business with Russia over its invasion of Ukraine have raised a question for product users in China : Could the same thing happen there? Much of Chinese consumers’ concern has been focused on Apple, which like Google , Microsoft and other tech giants moved quickly to curb its Russia business after President Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24. The company has stopped product sales and exports, limited services like Apple Pay and removed the Russian state news outlets RT News and Sputnik News from the Apple Store outside Russia. Download the NBC News app for breaking news and politics Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, as well as the global response, have been closely watched in Asia, where there are long-standing tensions between China and the self-ruling island of Taiwan , which Beijing claims as its territory. Chinese leader Xi Jinping has said … [Read more...] about As tech companies pull back from Russia, China looks on with concern