Tag: Odd

  • Kourtney Kardashian’s ‘Odd’ Video Puzzles Fans

    Kourtney Kardashian’s ‘Odd’ Video Puzzles Fans

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    The Kardashians are known for causing a stir online and Kourtney Kardashian’s latest video has left fans perplexed. The new promo clip for her vitamin and supplement brand Lemme sees the 44-year-old sitting in bed wearing satin pajamas. Posted to Instagram on Tuesday, the reality star strikes a match and lights a candle, before “ssshing”…

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  • Column: Iowa caucuses’ odd history of political spectacle

    Column: Iowa caucuses’ odd history of political spectacle

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    When Iowa’s brave and hardy Republicans venture Monday night into the arctic cold to cast the first presidential ballots of 2024, Richard Bender will be watching with special interest and a twinge of regret. Bender, 78, has been called the godfather of the Iowa caucuses, in recognition of his role more than 50 years ago…

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  • ‘The Adults’ review: Odd siblings fall back on old habits in a quietly compelling indie gem

    ‘The Adults’ review: Odd siblings fall back on old habits in a quietly compelling indie gem

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    The opening shot of Dustin Guy Defa’s micro-drama “The Adults” feels like an outtake from a Wes Anderson film, as the camera remains fixed on a standard-issue business hotel room — single bed, nightstand, small desk, unmemorable art, walls painted in a sickly brown — while Michael Cera’s Eric enters and settles in. He tosses…

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  • Skinny Smugglers, a French King’s Body, and the Odd European City Home to the Other Cold War Wall

    Skinny Smugglers, a French King’s Body, and the Odd European City Home to the Other Cold War Wall

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    Gorizia, a small city on the Italy–Slovenia border, is one of the most interesting places in Europe: a late-Habsburgian netherworld, peppered with Balkan eccentricity that has somehow smuggled its way into Italy, pizza and all. It’s fabulously weird, intriguingly beautiful, and home to some of Europe’s quirkiest footnotes. In 1947, the city was divided between…

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