Month: March 2021

Today’s Featured Deals In case you missed yesterday’s most popular deals Previous Daily Deals The Power by Naomi Alderman for $3.99 The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton by $2.99 The Two Mrs. Grenvilles by Dominick Dunne for $1.99 Go: A Coming of Age Novel by Kazuki Kaneshiro, translated by Takami Nieda
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Selena Gomez, Janelle Monáe, and Laverne Cox are among the over 465 signatories of an open letter from GLAAD that responds to recent anti-trans legislation and rhetoric. The letter was issued in observance of Transgender Day of Visibility, which is Wednesday, March 31st, and Women’s History Month. The letter opens with the call that “transgender
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The UK is no longer a country “where the system is deliberately rigged against ethnic minorities”, a government-ordered review has said. The Independent Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities – which was appointed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson following last summer’s Black Lives Matter protests – has published its 258-page report on inequality in Britain.
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For those of y’all who didn’t have the chance to watch Matthew McConaughey’s “We’re Texas” virtual benefit concert, don’t worry… the videos from the concert are slowly making their way to YouTube, giving you a chance to take a look back on the event. Earlier today, McConaughey released a recap of some of the performances
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Today’s Featured Deals In case you missed yesterday’s most popular deals Previous Daily Deals Go: A Coming of Age Novel by Kazuki Kaneshiro, translated by Takami Nieda for $0.99 Happily Ever Afters by Elise Bryant for $2.99 The Dispossessed by Ursula K. LeGuin for $1.99 The Psychology of Time Travel by Kate Mascarenhas for $1.99
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This Supergirl review contains spoilers Supergirl Season 6 Episode 1 Supergirl is back for one last season, and they’re making it count. Kara and friends returned to finish out last season’s cliffhangers, including Brainy fighting for his life, Lex superpowering himself thanks to Leviathan, and Andrea Rojas’s life in shambles. This episode packs just about every kind
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Sir Keir Starmer has revealed one of his top team has apologised after describing business as “the enemy”. Shadow tourism minister, Alex Sobel, was “wrong” in his comments, according to the Labour leader, who added that under him, the party was “very clearly pro-business”. Image: Sir Keir Starmer stressed Labour was ‘pro-business’ under his leadership
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A scandal-hit financier claimed he was a “senior adviser” to then prime minister David Cameron, according to a business card handed to the Labour Party. The card suggests Lex Greensill had a government landline phone number as well as a Downing Street email address. The government has previously claimed Mr Greensill’s role was approved “in the
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