Patti Coleman

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Tom Tom Magazine Issue 30: Nepotism

Follow<p>Tom Tom Magazine Issue 30: Nepotism<p>In the "Nepotism" issue of Tom Tom, we spotlighted the amazing achievements of our longest standing and …

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11 science fiction adventures to escape into this Thanksgiving holiday

Here’s the scene: your family is coming in from all parts of the country for the big day. It’s great to see everyone, but you honestly would rather deal with them through Facebook this year. You need a quick and easy way to escape the crowd, so you power up your e-reader and jump into a new …

Stifled Grief: How the West Has It Wrong

After nearly seven years of personal experience surrounding loss, I can tell who is going to read, share and comment on this article and it's not necessarily the audience I've intended. Those who have walked the horrific road of loss will shake their collective heads "Yes" at many of my points …

Grieving

Fujifilm X70 Review

For the last couple of days I have been photographing with one of the Fujifilm newest cameras – the tiny X70. It was introduced on January 15th, …

Cameras

Fewer people are watching regular TV because of — you guessed it – Netflix

In the ongoing war between TV and online streaming services, Netflix just won another battle.<p>According to <i>Business Insider</i>, analyst Michael …

Trailer: New ‘Penny Dreadful’ Revels in Shelley’s Creations

You’ve got until May 1 to catch up on two seasons’ worth of sumptuous, gore-stained Gothic horror before the return of Showtime’s “Penny Dreadful” — and you may want to re-read <i>Frankenstein</i> as well, because Shelley’s classic novel has turned out to be a pivotal inspiration for the show’s plot. …

Oscar-Winning ‘Big Short’ Writer on Big-Screen Moralizing

“To make morality work on the screen, it’s about how finely it’s rendered,” screenwriter Charles Randolph told Signature in December. “It can easily become didactic and something you don’t want it to be.” Randolph (“Love & Other Drugs”) was talking about “The Big Short,” which he and the film’s …

In ‘WTF,’ Western Narcissism is Subtext to the Surreality of War

More than any other American film actress under fifty, Tina Fey is an old-school screen siren. In the 1940s — the era of Barbara Stanwyck and Judy Holliday; the era of dames whose appeal stemmed as much from their crackling brilliance as from their gorgeously irregular features — Fey would have …

Top 10 Space Moments

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DIY Office Organization

Have you ever wondered what you could do with all of those baby formula cans?<p>With just a formula can and some twine, you can make beautiful office …

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The books that cracked our brains wide open in 2014

They say nobody reads anymore, but that was not true for the Hello Giggles editors and contributors. We were so obsessed with some of these books, we …

I Was A Male Escort For 6 Months. This Is My Story.

<i>Producer’s note: Someone on Quora asked: What is a true personal story that people have a hard time believing? Here is one of the best answers that’s</i> …

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The Other Half of the Sky: praise-winning space opera with strong women heroes

Laura Mixon (AKA Morgan Locke) writes, "Check out The Other Half of the Sky, a 2013 anthology of original short stories edited by PhD biologist and …

Big Picture: Chernobyl Riviera, by Guillaume Herbaut

Each week, the Guardian Weekend magazine's editorial team choose a picture, or set of pictures, that particularly tickle their fancy. This week their choice is Guillaume Herbaut's Chernobyl Riviera

Turn Any Table Into A Major Storage Spot

Ever look under a clothed table at somebody else's house? You might be surprised what lies beneath.<p>Here, we take a look at chic tablecloths (not intended for the dining table) that are perfect for covering up clutter (think books, baskets, and bags!).<p>Interior design by Alex Papchristidis. …

Interior Design