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GADGET

Children of the Sun brings FPS puzzles to Steam on April 9

Children of the Sun is a bullet-bending puzzle game set in a trippy world of cults and revenge, and it’s due to hit PC via

MONEY

Different Kinds of Caregiver Jobs and How to Get One

imtmphoto / Shutterstock.com Being a home health aide or companion can offer you a flexible work environment, with options to work in nursing homes, assisted

MARKET

Pell Grants are in trouble, threatening financial aid for low-income college students

The program, relied upon by 6 million students annually, is facing a serious financial shortfall. Source link

GAMING

What It Does And Where To Get More

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth sure is a massive RPG, with tons of side activities to do, places to explore, and gear to find. And the

GAMBLING

Lottery Players Unlucky So Far in 2024

Posted on: March 12, 2024, 01:33h.  Last updated on: March 12, 2024, 01:33h. Lottery players in the US testing their luck on Mega Millions and

SHOWS

Is Abbott Elementary a Realistic Portrayal of Teaching?

When Abbott Elementary premiered in late 2021, the show was an instant success. Creator and Star Quinta Brunson skyrocketed to fame, and Abbott

FOOD

Guinness Chocolate Cake Recipe | The Recipe Critic

This website may contain affiliate links and advertising so that we can provide recipes to you. Read my disclosure policy. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day (or

HISTORY

Chonchon ‘Tue Tue’ Bird With Human Head Brought Bad Omens To Places It Haunted In Beliefs Of Mapuche Indians

A. Sutherland – AncientPages.com – Chonchon (Spanish: ‘chonchón’) is a mythical, terrifying bird from the beliefs of the Araucanian (Mapuchen) people who mostly inhabit the

APPS

Mobile Video Monthly #35 – April 2023

Temperatures are rising and things are changing! Let’s dive into the latest news of the mobile world! Google will launch an ad transparency center Just

ARTS & THEATER

The Virtuosity of Black Storytelling with Tarell Alvin McCraney

  Leticia Ridley: Welcome to Daughters of Lorraine, a podcast from your friendly neighborhood Black feminists exploring the legacies, present, and futures of Black theatre.