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Build, Upgrade, or Augment Your PC With Today's Amazon Gold Box

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Even when they aren’t fired for being pregnant or gay, teachers face strict moral...

Pregnant teachers in classrooms are routine these days. But the law didn’t always protect expectant women in any workplace. As part of her stump speech, Sen. Elizabeth Warren tells a story about being fired from...

Have we become too paranoid about mass shootings?

A big discrepancy exists between the actual threat of mass shootings and the way the public perceives that threat. Tatiana Akhmetgalieva/Shutterstock.com Many Americans worry about when – not if – another mass shooting will...

The Best Features in Todoist’s New ‘Foundations’ Update

One of our favorite to-do apps—the appropriately named Todoist—is getting a big upgrade today. You’ll see it start rolling out within the next 24 hours or so, and all the new features that make...

New evidence that an extraterrestrial collision 12,800 years ago triggered an abrupt climate change...

What kicked off the Earth’s rapid cooling 12,800 years ago? In the space of just a couple of years, average temperatures abruptly dropped, resulting in temperatures as much as 14 degrees Fahrenheit cooler in some...
Los Angeles to Andromeda

Los Angeles to Andromeda

Ambient techno music, similar to Pete Namlook or early Autechre. Mood lighting (bisexual cyberpunk lighting), modular synth (Doepfer A-100), TR-808 style drums (Tiptop Audio). Relaxing beats to work or study to.
USA Through Film: Director Nick Stoller’s Los Angeles, California

USA Through Film: Director Nick Stoller’s Los Angeles, California

Director Nicholas Stoller (Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Get Him To The Greek, Neighbors) moved to Los Angeles to follow a dream. To Stoller, LA offers unmatched art, culture and some of the country's best produce....
San Gabriel Valley/SGV/Los Angeles/LA Home Security Business/Services – SGVRolodex.com/homesecurity

San Gabriel Valley/SGV/Los Angeles/LA Home Security Business/Services – SGVRolodex.com/homesecurity

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At the Bush funeral, respect and human emotion trump politics   Los Angeles Times

At the Bush funeral, respect and human emotion trump politics Los Angeles...

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The Foley Artist: Los Angeles Times

The Foley Artist: Los Angeles Times

The art of Foley for motion pictures, using everyday objects to mimic sound effects to enhance the action on screen.

What the Ohio Opioid Settlement Means for Other Lawsuits

Two Ohio counties planned to sue a group of companies for their role in the opioid epidemic, but at the last minute the parties reached a $260 million settlement. Here’s what that means for...

How to Keep Someone From Unlocking Your Pixel 4 When You're Asleep

The Pixel 4 and 4 XL have barely made it into the hands of reviewers, and a major security flaw has already been discovered: the phone’s new facial recognition will let your face unlock...

These AA Batteries Recharge Over USB, And You Can Get Eight Of Them For...

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$2500 Is Your New Emergency Savings Goal

If saving up three to six months of expenses in an emergency fund feels like advice that’s wise but nearly impossible to achieve, there’s growing evidence that you don’t need quite that much money...

How Parents Can Fight Gender Stereotypes

Parents have plenty of reasons to fight against traditional gender stereotypes. We want our girls to pursue STEM careers, we want our boys to feel comfortable expressing sadness or fear, and we also want...

If You’re Going to a Pumpkin Patch, Bring a Towel

I am what is known as an “indoor kid,” which means I am often woefully underprepared for any sort of outside activity, even those geared towards children. Such was the case this weekend, when...

What’s the Best Amateur Sport in Your City?

Not only can you play shuffleboard in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Gowanus, but you can even join a league, as I learned from a friend who plays in one, despite being a good 35...

Buy One-Way Frontier Airlines Tickets as Low as $20 Today

Earlier this month, fed up with baggage fees, one traveler wore what looked like every item of clothing from her suitcase to save on excess luggage fees, as seen in her Facebook post. But...

Disney+ Might Not Work on Your Device

Those looking forward to the upcoming Disney+ may want to double-check their preferred devices can actually run the streaming service in the first place. According to Linux developer Hansdegoede, Linux PCs, Chromebooks, and some...

When a Third-Grader Threatens to Shoot His Friends, What Do You Do?

In Lifehacker’s first-ever Parental Advisory advice column, I’m diving right in to a topic that kids and parents should never have to deal with—and yet, here we are. What do you do when one...

ResMed Releases World’s First Tube-Down Nasal Cradle CPAP Mask

October 21st, 2019 Medgadget Editors Cardiology, Medicine ResMed is releasing a new nasal cradle CPAP mask that features a front-facing tube that points downward. The AirFit N30 mask is the first of its kind,...

Carve Your Pumpkin With a Melon Baller and a Grapefruit Knife

Introducing the “Hack-O’-Lantern,” the easiest gourd-based decoration you can create this Halloween. You don’t even need a pumpkin carving kit, since you probably have all the tools in your house already: An ice cream scoop to...

Cities with more black residents rely more on traffic tickets and fines for revenue

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the last time I got a speeding ticket. It was nearly a decade ago and it’s a pretty unremarkable story: I was on my way back to...

Bans on rebuilding in disaster-prone areas ignore homeowners preferences – raising costs works better

As California’s wildfire season intensifies, a growing number of residents in the state want to ban people from building in areas at greatest risk. That’s because taxpayers bear the burden of protecting homes in dangerous...

Americans, especially millennials, are embracing plant-based meat products

By 2050, many scientists estimate that the world food supply will have to increase sharply from today’s level to meet anticipated demand from a global population of 9 to 10 billion people. Meanwhile, the...

Your political views can predict how you pronounce certain words

Politics can predict the TV shows we watch, the shops we frequent and the places we live. But what about the way we speak? In a recent study, I was able to show how your political...

Why don’t evergreens change color and drop their leaves every fall?

It’s autumn in the Northern Hemisphere – otherwise known as leaf-peeping season. Now is when people head outside to soak up the annual display of orange, red and yellow foliage painted across the landscape. But...

Finally Get An Instant Pot, Or Accessorize the One You Already Own, With a...

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Moo’s Craft Barbecue – FULL VISIT – Smorgasburg, Los Angeles

Moo’s Craft Barbecue – FULL VISIT – Smorgasburg, Los Angeles

I visit Moo's Craft Barbecue at their new residence at Smorgasburg, Los Angeles. See their Texas style brisket, beef ribs, pork ribs, and two flavors of sausage. Visit them Sundays at Smorgasburg from 10am til...
Googie Architecture in Los Angeles Part 2

Googie Architecture in Los Angeles Part 2

Googie Architecture in Los Angeles Part 2