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The ‘Game of Thrones’ hotline of your dreams is back to answer the big questions

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Do you have a metric tonne of questions about Game of Thrones? Don’t spend every waking hour pondering, staring into the ether like Bran Stark, call the hotline.

In April, Jimmy Kimmel kindly rounded up the cast of HBO’s big time series, currently rampaging through your emotions in its final, eighth season, to answer the big questions.

And now, with this happening, and this, and this, it’s time to boot up the hotline again.

For $2.99 a minute, you can ask Liam Cunningham what Kit…

Everyone should keep a jar of minced garlic in the fridge

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Essentials Week spotlights unexpected items that make our daily lives just a little bit better.


I remember the crackling the most — then comes the smell that sits in the air for hours, clinging to your clothes. In my grandmother’s kitchen, chopped garlic frying in an olive oil bath was almost always on the stove. 

If she was making white rice and black beans, she’d fry garlic and onions in olive oil as the rice boiled. To start her tuco, a red pasta sauce popular in Argentina, she’d drop…

Everyone should keep a jar of minced garlic in the fridge

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Essentials Week spotlights unexpected items that make our daily lives just a little bit better.


I remember the crackling the most — then comes the smell that sits in the air for hours, clinging to your clothes. In my grandmother’s kitchen, chopped garlic frying in an olive oil bath was almost always on the stove. 

If she was making white rice and black beans, she’d fry garlic and onions in olive oil as the rice boiled. To start her tuco, a red pasta sauce popular in Argentina, she’d drop…

Chill your outrage. Parents should hire ‘Fortnite’ tutors.

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Maybe it’s time we stopped with the pearl-clutching over video games.

Fortnite was big news on Tuesday, when the Wall Street Journal published a feature looking at parents who hire tutors to help their kids (and themselves) get good. 

The article itself is a fine example of non-biased journalism: There’s no agenda, and the story works to inform and help people understand this growingly frequent practice without casting any judgments. But the response has been something else.

In 2018, folks…

Chill your outrage. Parents should hire ‘Fortnite’ tutors.

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Maybe it’s time we stopped with the pearl-clutching over video games.

Fortnite was big news on Tuesday, when the Wall Street Journal published a feature looking at parents who hire tutors to help their kids (and themselves) get good. 

The article itself is a fine example of non-biased journalism: There’s no agenda, and the story works to inform and help people understand this growingly frequent practice without casting any judgments. But the response has been something else.

In 2018, folks…

Chill your outrage. Parents should hire ‘Fortnite’ tutors.

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Maybe it’s time we stopped with the pearl-clutching over video games.

Fortnite was big news on Tuesday, when the Wall Street Journal published a feature looking at parents who hire tutors to help their kids (and themselves) get good. 

The article itself is a fine example of non-biased journalism: There’s no agenda, and the story works to inform and help people understand this growingly frequent practice without casting any judgments. But the response has been something else.

In 2018, folks…

Chill your outrage. Parents should hire ‘Fortnite’ tutors.

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Maybe it’s time we stopped with the pearl-clutching over video games.

Fortnite was big news on Tuesday, when the Wall Street Journal published a feature looking at parents who hire tutors to help their kids (and themselves) get good. 

The article itself is a fine example of non-biased journalism: There’s no agenda, and the story works to inform and help people understand this growingly frequent practice without casting any judgments. But the response has been something else.

In 2018, folks…

Chill your outrage. Parents should hire ‘Fortnite’ tutors.

TwitterFacebook

Maybe it’s time we stopped with the pearl-clutching over video games.

Fortnite was big news on Tuesday, when the Wall Street Journal published a feature looking at parents who hire tutors to help their kids (and themselves) get good. 

The article itself is a fine example of non-biased journalism: There’s no agenda, and the story works to inform and help people understand this growingly frequent practice without casting any judgments. But the response has been something else.

In 2018, folks…

Chill your outrage. Parents should hire ‘Fortnite’ tutors.

TwitterFacebook

Maybe it’s time we stopped with the pearl-clutching over video games.

Fortnite was big news on Tuesday, when the Wall Street Journal published a feature looking at parents who hire tutors to help their kids (and themselves) get good. 

The article itself is a fine example of non-biased journalism: There’s no agenda, and the story works to inform and help people understand this growingly frequent practice without casting any judgments. But the response has been something else.

In 2018, folks…

Which is better: Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte or Ingrit the Wood Witch’s boiled rabbit smoothie?

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Whenever fall time comes around, everyone flocks to Starbucks to pick up one of their fancy Pumpkin Spice Lattes. Little do they know there’s a perfectly decent warm and toasty seasonal beverage in town for free*.