Recruited to film Bedouin women in a Lebanese refugee camp when the male director was barred, a sculptor finds herself at the center of the project.
A study of teenagers who are “addicted” to their smartphones or the internet has found that people who struggle with so-called tech addiction seem to have more of a chemical that slows down brain signals, and less of a chemical that makes neurons more active.
Joe Wright narrates a sequence from the film featuring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill.
The album, which was released three weeks ago and withheld from streaming, is already the best-selling record of the year.
Confounded by work, politics or just too much digital activity, anxious New Yorkers are turning to crafts as a balm and a corrective.
“Adults are generally pretty good at being able to tell when a situation is worthy of extra time or concentration. Research has found that, when potential rewards or losses are higher, for example, adults will perform better on tasks. But this doesn’t seem to be the case for adolescents.”
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