5 Reasons Squid Game Fans Should Watch Hellbound

South Korean cinema rarely sacrifices performance for spectacle. Many K-dramas are inspired by cosmic themes, but they’re still anchored by some of the country’s top talent. This was more than evident in “Squid Game”, which starred Lee Jung-Jae, one of the country’s oldest stars. Even lesser-known actors like Park Hae-soo …

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As craft beer culture evolves, cult bottle openers emerge

In 2013, a friend gave John Miller a hand-carved piece of wood with a bolt on the end to use as a bottle opener. An avid beer drinker and shopkeeper, Miller had tried woodworking in the past. “I thought they were cool, but I knew I could improve them,” he …

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10 things to know about the Sikh guru

Guru Tegh Bahadur (April 18, 1621 – November 24, 1675) was the ninth of the ten gurus of Sikhism. On November 24, 1675, Guru Teg Bahadur was publicly executed by order of Aurangzeb while opposing religious persecution. Guru Tegh Bahadur’s day of martyrdom is also celebrated as Shaheedi Divas every …

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9 years later, the mini-cult has yet to arrive in Keylong: The Tribune India

Manta Dipender Tribune press service Mandi, November 22 The demand to set up a mini-secretariat in Keylong in the district of Lahaul and Spiti has been on fire for nine years. Local residents urged the government to build the mini-secretariat to provide offices to different departments under one roof. According …

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Juana Tamale opens in South Philly with birria tacos

?? Do you like Philly? Sign up for the free Billy Penn newsletter to get everything you need to know about Philadelphia every day. Twelve thousand plus subscribers were thrilled with a surprise Instagram post last week from chef Jennifer Zavala announcing that she was opening the doors to Juana …

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Opinion: You don’t agree with everything they say. But you should still invite them to Thanksgiving

For many families, there may be another reason for these empty seats at the table: disagreements too strong to allow physical unity. Some people have entered a world fueled by disinformation so far that they can no longer converse with those who do not share their point of view on …

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Sikh pilgrims flock to Gurdwara Punja Sahib to pay homage to Guru Nanak – Journal

TAXILA: Sikh pilgrims from around the world traveled to Gurdwara Punja Sahib in Hassanabdal on Sunday to perform rituals on the 552nd anniversary of the birth of Baba Guru Nanak Dev, founder of the Sikh religion. About 3,000 pilgrims came from India. Religious slogans including Wahe Guru Ji Ka Khalsa …

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Revue Les Livres de Jacob by Olga Tokarczuk – a magical mystical visit | Fiction in translation

ohlga Tokarczuk became better known to English-speaking readers with the 2010 translation of Primordial and other times, a multigenerational fable about life in the 20th century in a Polish village ruled by four angels. But it was the declining speech Flights, a mixture of memoir and inventions on the theme …

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Jane Wurwand of Dermalogica, the woman who started a cult

Separating beauty and skin care is one of the many accomplishments that Wurwand and his team at Dermalogica have come up with. When Dermalogica was founded in 1986, the ingredient list on products was not mandatory, which meant that several harmful chemicals could be inserted into skin care and harm …

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