Elaine Dovale was walking along Miami Beach in late April when she heard Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s Justin Bieber driven hit “Despacito” pouring out of a restaurant. She immediately began singing along involuntarily. She knew exactly what that meant.
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The people who mourned Chris Cornell’s suicide last week—in real life, on Twitter, in the media—almost all belong to a very specific demographic.
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Welcome to Mossberg, a weekly commentary and reviews column on The Verge and Recode by veteran tech journalist Walt Mossberg, executive editor at The Verge and editor at large of Recode. This is my last weekly column for The Verge and Recode — the last weekly column I plan to write anywhere.
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CANNES, France — The year 2017 will be remembered for many things at the Cannes Film Festival, among them the international film showcase’s 70th anniversary, a bomb threat midway through the festival that sent audiences out onto the Croisette, and the vociferous booing that gr
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This article originally appeared on VICE Canada. Morgan* woke up early on Thursday, April 21, a day intended to be spent studying for a final exam in a competitive program at University of British Colombia, to the sound of her phone buzzing.
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During my last trip to Ukraine, I met my friend’s childhood friend. He knew Kiev and showed us around.
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When news began to break on Monday of a bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, that killed 22 people, including children, internet users turned to Twitter for updates and to vent grief and sympathy. David Leavitt took a different tack.
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