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Financial Times [11/09/17, via Financial Times]
Review: Is the iPhone X worth the $1000 cost? One thing that will not improve is Face ID's ability to work through my sunglasses. Certain sunglasses block the infrared light that the iPhone X shines on my face, and mine seem to be among them. Its array of 30,000 infrared dots is central to making [...]

CyclingTips [10/24/17, via CyclingTips]
SunGod Pacebreakers sunglasses review There are four models of sunglasses and one set of goggles in SunGod's current online catalogue. Buyers are able to assemble each model from a selection of lens tints, frame colours, and finishing touches. An online product builder allows buyers to  [...]

The Guardian [10/31/17, via The Guardian]
iPhone X review roundup: Face ID works well but notch irritates some This year Apple took a different approach to its distribution of iPhone X review units, giving one of the original iPhone reviewers, Steven Levy at Wired, a phone for a week before anyone else. Then Apple followed up with a slow drip of fashion videos [...]

The Guardian [11/10/17, via The Guardian]
iPhone X review: Apple finally knocks it out of the park In the day-to-day rush of life, not once did it fail to recognise me and open up. Even when I borrowed some strong prescription glasses it recognised me (I don't wear glasses). It struggled with polarised sunglasses, but that's not really a problem for [...]

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"Why Do You Let Me Stay Here?" is a song from She & Him's first album, Volume One.
Rolling Stone magazine ranked this song 64th in its list "The 100 Best Singles of 2008", considering it "a retro-pop duet with sweetly plaintive vocals". For MTV News, James Montgomery ranked the song the 18th best song of 2008 out of 33 and commented "it's Deschanel's big, bell-clear vocals (and that "uh-huh!") that make this one truly special." In his review of Volume One, Grayson Currin of Pitchfork Media considered the song to be "built around black-and-white, simplistic emotions and dotted with vintage sexual innuendo."
Two different music videos of this song were produced. The first video featured Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward in a semi-animated enactment that premiered on MTV's program...

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[03/14/16, via Broadway World]
BWW Review: ALICE IN WONDERLAND - A Family Adventure The spring Austin weather is perfect for this mostly outdoor show, but I would strongly advise that adults wear good walking shoes and consider bringing a hat as well as sunglasses. Kudos to writer/directors Kate Bender and Gabrielle Reisman for a fun take ... [...]

[03/16/16, via Rolling Stone]
Midnight Special So much so that they let Calvin adopt Alton two years earlier. What's so special about the kid? Well, when Alton takes off his sunglasses, a white light beams out of his eyes. Calvin claims that Alton can speak in tongues, gibberish that Calvin uses in his ... [...]

[03/16/16, via Cruise Critic]
Emerald Princess Cruise Review by Sea Dawg: Start of Spring Break on the High Seas Things to consider packing: sunscreen, insect repellent (Zika virus protection), sunglasses, hat, an insulated resealable drink container, bar soap, specialty shampoo and conditioner, power strip extension cord, good walking map of ports, favorite snacks ... [...]

[03/16/16, via Indiewire]
SXSW 2016 Review: Grand Jury Prize Winner 'The Arbalest' Isn't For Everyone These scenes, told in a series of flashbacks to a television reporter, find Brune covered in a distracting blond hairdo, which strikes an alarming contrast with the beard-and-sunglasses look he sports in the seventies. Overacting in every scene ... [...]

[03/15/16, via CarterMatt]
Vanderpump Rules’ season 4, episode 20 (finale) review: Who kissed and made up? We can’t wait for season 5! Episode grade: A. If you want to take a look at our other most-recent “Vanderpump Rules” episode review, you can read it here. Also, sign up at this link to get some more updates on all we cover at CarterMatt ... [...]

Smith Lowdown Focus Review: zen has never looked so rad

Meditation is one of those things I’ve always struggled with. The benefits, when I actually do it, are clear to me. I’m calmer, more focused, and less stressed. Yet I do it for a day or two, and then let my practice slip into nonexistence. Or I’ll try to do it, but in actuality I’m just sitting there with my mind bouncing around like crazy. So when I heard that Smith Optics (the maker of very nice sunglasses and snow goggles) had a new pair of sunglasses that acted as “training wheels” for...

Review: Is the iPhone X worth the $1,000 cost?

November 9, 2017 Tim Bradshaw in Los AngelesListen to this articlePlay audio for this articlePause00:0000:00 This is an experimental feature. Give us your feedback.Thank you for your feedback.What do you think? I‘ll use it in the future I don‘t think I‘ll use it Please tell us why (optional)Send FeedbackSo much has already been written about the iPhone X that it can become hard to process it all. Is the camera “notch” at the top of the screen a...

Movie review: Charming documentary 'Faces Places' follows 88-year-old photographer across France

"FACES PLACES" — 3 stars — Agnes Varda, JR, Jeannine Carpentier, Jean Luc-Godard; PG (brief nudity and thematic elements); Broadway“Faces Places” showcases a unique artistic friendship, following two photographers as they set out to discover and celebrate the residents of villages throughout their native France.In most cases, the celebration comes in the form of massive black and white murals, created from portraits of local citizens and plastered on the faces of various structures. The...