Leslie Knope meets her idol and tries to boot Madam Secretary Clinton out of Washington, D.C. when the Vice POTUS Joe Biden appears on Parks and Recreation.
The desolate headquarters of Bond supervillain Raoul Silva in the newly released Skyfall was actually once a bustling coal-mining town at the turn of the 20th century. As petroleum replaced coal in Japan in the 1960s, the mine was closed and Hashima Island was deserted, leaving the perfect hideout for a revengeful cyberterrorist.
Most guys dread the thought of clothes shopping and dread the thought of having to try clothes on at a store even more. With Mott & Bow, you can say goodbye to that painful process, and still get a well designed, great fitting pair of premium jeans. Mott & Bow is all about comfort and quality. They use different types of denim from left-hand weave Italian denim for extreme softness (seriously, they're really soft) to 4-way stretch denim for optimal flexibility. Mott & Bow cuts out the middleman and sells directly to you so they can sell their jeans at half the price of jeans of the same quality. They will also ship you two waist sizes at no extra charge to make sure you get the right fit — just send back the pair that doesn't fit at no additional cost. Finally, you can afford premium denim that fits without an awkward trip to a department store. And keep an eye out, as several new styles are on the way in 2017.
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Not all comforters are created equally. For those looking to step up their sleep game, Brooklinen's All-Season Down Comforter is the ideal addition to turn your bed in to a year-round cloud of comfort. Handmade in Northwest Canada of premium Hutterite down, a soft cotton sateen shell and a baffle box construction, this is a no-brainer upgrade. Warm enough to rely on during the winter and light enough to keep on your bed year round. After 5 months of back orders, these babies are finally back in stock so grab one while you can.
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With the rise of Twitter, news has been forced to become a constant flow of information and no longer a once-a-day product. PBS Off Book explores the changing world of journalism and how it has evolved and adapted to the fast-paced digital era.