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Y&R: NICK EXPOSES ASHLAND'S SECRET
Young and restless
Quick Toke with Susan Seaforth Hayes (Julie, DAYS)
LIFELONG FAN, 99, APPEARS ON GH
LATE BREAKING NEWS
Hot Plots Preview!
GH'S MAURICE BENARD AND LAURA WRIGHT ON WHAT'S NEXT FOR “CARSON”
DAYS:BEN REVEALS THE TRUTH TO CIARA
Days of our lives
Forget IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA! TV’s Funniest Lines Are On Soaps.
B&B: RIDGE AND JUSTIN BUST QUINN
BEST OF BOTH WORLDS
HOW TO SAIL AWAY WITHOUT QUITTING YOUR LIFE: ADVICE FROM A COUPLE WHO’VE DONE IT. PATRICK AND SHEILA DIXON EXPLAIN HOW TO MAKE ‘HYBRID CRUISING’ WORK
A New Vision
Neuroscientist Sheila Nirenberg’s breakthrough neural code is restoring sight in humans and expanding visual capabilities in computing, but some of her academic peers would like to see more transparency in her data.
The wrecked F8F-2 Bearcat that became Air Racing’s winningest Unlimited racer
Benny Rietveld – Smooth Operator
Carlos Santana’s long-time bassist Benny Rietveld reflects on a career at the front line of expression
HELEN FRETTER ON JZERRO
Kingpins and wannabes barrel through the London underworld.
Gaming By Degrees: The Philosophical Journey of Dr. Finn's Games
Early in his career as a self-publishing game designer, Dr. Stephen Finn earned a reputation as a designer of filler games. In fact, Richard Ham, host of the well-known board gaming video series and podcast “Rahdo Runs Through,” has called Finn the “undisputed King of the Filler.” It was a title that Finn embraced. “There was a time,” notes Finn, “when ‘filler’ wasn’t a pejorative term, but I think it’s now becoming one. I was always proud to call myself the King of the Fillers, because I was thinking of ‘filler’ as just a quick thing.” “However, over time, I began to realize that it may be to my detriment and now, I try to avoid it.” Not completely. Finn continues to promote the phrase on his company’s website because “being King of anything is still a good thing.” “I was thinking maybe it would become something bigger.”
BILLIE EILISH, UNFILTERED, IN NEW DOCUMENTARY
If you’re coming to “ Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry ” hoping for a primer on the music sensation, you’ve come to the wrong place. Filmmaker R.J. Cutler’s two hour and 20-minute documentary about the “Ocean Eyes” singer and songwriter is not biography or reportage. It’s a verite-style plunge into her life, her home, her concerts, her process, her Tourette’s, her brother’s bedroom where they famously write all their songs and even her diary in the year in which she became a star.
The contemporary home is already much different than what our grandparents were used to with the internet and smart devices laying around.
Think Like a Dog, and “Shhh!”
Meemo’s Farm, a prime bird hunting destination in north-central Michigan, was the setting for dog trainer Ronnie Smith’s “Foundation Seminar,” a two-day introduction to the “Silent Command System” of dog training. Participants ranged in experience from those working with their first dogs to professional handlers/guides to veteran trainers with more than 40 years of experience.