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A summer delight.
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Litter ruins the psychological benefits people otherwise get from looking at natural landscapes, psychologists find.
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Ian Fleming's lavish food descriptions have been largely ignored in adaptations—until now.
Who needs hairspray (or a wig, for that matter) when you've got powder and animal fat?
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Forget everything you thought you knew about this mind-bending romantic dramedy.
For four months every year, the sun never sets.
You may want to get your facts straight. You know, just in case.