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Recent articles by Gael:

NASA's Magnificent and Iconic 'Blue Marble' Photograph Turns 50

The famous photo is credited to the crew of Apollo 17, with no one astronaut taking credit. → Read More

'Harry & Meghan' Netflix Series: How to Watch, Royal Racism Controversy, When Will Episodes Drop

Move over, The Crown: six episodes of royal dish and gossip begin Thursday. → Read More

Why Bob From 'Sesame Street' Mattered to Me and My Gen X Friends

Commentary: Thanks, Bob McGrath, for all the sunny days. → Read More

Jonathan, the World's Oldest Tortoise, Turns 190 and Still Wants to Mate

He's older than the first photograph, and his libido is still intact, his vet says. → Read More

'Harry And Meghan' Trailer Hints the Royal Couple Won't Hold Back in Netflix Series

"No one knows the full truth. We know the full truth," says Prince Harry in a preview of the upcoming documentary. → Read More

Noodle, the 'Bones/No Bones Day' Dog of TikTok, Dies at Age 14

Jonathan Graziano's pug went viral for predicting what kind of day viewers should have. → Read More

'1899' on Netflix: That Mind-Blowing Ending Explained

1899 went weird. In a good way. → Read More

'1899' on Netflix: 10 Burning Questions We Need Answered in Season 2

I watched Netflix's 1899, all the way through to its complex and frustrating ending. I have questions. More questions, even, than the main ship in the show, the Kerberos, has weird triangle symbols. Warning: Spoilers for 1899 ahead. The show begins as a seemingly straightforward period piece about a spooky steamship heading from London to New York in 1899. Every one of the passengers, we soon… → Read More

Remember the Marie Callender's Burnt Pie Meme Lady? Here's an Update

"Not only did I roast a pie, I got roasted too," said the real-life cook behind the cremated calamity. → Read More

Remember the Viral Marie Callender's Burnt Pie Lady? We've Got an Update

"Not only did I roast a pie, I got roasted too," said the real-life cook behind the cremated calamity. → Read More

10 Best Thanksgiving Movies Streaming Now

There's not a turkey in the batch. → Read More

I've Been on a Wordle Winning Streak With These Three Starter Words

These weird words are like cheat codes. → Read More

Taylor Swift and Ticketmaster: Takeaways From the Insane Ticket Rush

Two women share details of their attempts -- one successful, one not -- to snag the valuable tour tickets. → Read More

Old Rivals Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield Promote 'Holy Ears' Pot Edibles

You've got to watch the two joke like grandpas in holiday sweaters, arguing about what Holyfield's ear tastes like. → Read More

More People Should Try These Three Winning Wordle Starter Words

Want to get on a roll? Use these three weird words, in this order. → Read More

'Avatar: Way of Water' Trailer Dives Into Gorgeous Underwater World

The trailer for James Cameron's sequel takes moviegoers back to Pandora and the world of the Na'vi. → Read More

'The Watcher' on Netflix: The Real Story Behind Those Ominous Letters

A New Jersey family really did receive chilling letters after purchasing a new home, but Netflix made up a lot of details. → Read More

In 'The Crown' Season 5 Trailer, Diana and Charles Tension Heats Up

This is the first season of the Netflix show to air since the death of the queen and Prince Philip. → Read More

How to Talk to a Loved One Who Has Dementia: Never Say 'No'

Your mom, your dad, your grandma with memory loss ... they're still there. A dementia expert offers practical advice for communicating effectively. → Read More

Liz Truss Outlasted by a Lettuce: The UK Loses Another Prime Minister

Truss' successor will need to be able to outlast an onion if they're to still be in office by 2023. → Read More