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Emily ElconinGetty Images We knew it was coming, but that didn’t make it sting any less last week when the Supreme Court overturned nearly 50 years of established precedent by abolishing the constitutional right to abortion. Yet as devastating as the ruling is for many, this most regressive of moments can serve as a pathway
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We’re back at the Arconia, the fireworks are sparkling in Charles Haden-Savage’s imagination, and wouldn’t you know it—more people are dead! Last season’s finale of the hilarious murder-mystery comedy Only Murders in the Building ended, as expected, on a quaint note: Mabel Mora (Selena Gomez) returned to her apartment in the famed Upper West Side
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Welcome to Shelf Life, ELLE.com’s books column, in which authors share their most memorable reads. Whether you’re on the hunt for a book to console you, move you profoundly, or make you laugh, consider a recommendation from the writers in our series, who, like you (since you’re here), love books. Perhaps one of their favorite
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Samir HusseinGetty Images Making his debut at the Glastonbury Festival in Somerset, England as Sunday’s headlining act, rapper Kendrick Lamar gave an astonishing performance, supported by an impressive troupe of dancers and notable accessories⁠—mainly, the Tiffany & Co.-designed titanium crown of thorns that adorned his head. After delivering his set, Lamar dedicated his powerful finale
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The Hamptons is a vacation spot so mythologized—in film, in music, and in literature—that it’s tempting to think of the destination as an A-lister’s Neverland. And it’s true, like clockwork, the jet-set crowd flocks to Long Island’s East End every summer in search of sun and a good time, often in the form of rejuvenating
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Kevin DietschGetty Images On Friday morning, The Supreme Court officially overturned Roe V. Wade, ending federal and constitutional protections for abortion that have been in place for nearly 50 years. The decision will lead to the banning of abortions across roughly half of the states. The decision has been up in the air for the
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Taylor Swift has released “Carolina,” a new original song she penned for the upcoming film Where the Crawdads Sing. Produced by her Folklore collaborator Aaron Dessner of The National, the dark and eerie folk track echoes the mystery and drama of the highly anticipated book-to-screen adaptation. This content is imported from YouTube. You may be
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