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Behind the glitz of Apple’s April 20 “Spring Loaded” event, which featured new iMacs, iPads, and a Willie Wonka purple paint job for iPhones, Apple quietly announced a tiny tweak to its operating system.
APPLE’S PRIVACY UPDATE SHOWS THE MASSIVE POWER OF SMALL DESIGN CHANGESNICOLÁS RIVEROAPRIL 26, 2021QUARTZ
Not many know what to expect, save for the dissonance of glitz and glamour against the backdrop of a nation decimated by illness and economic downturn.
WHY DO THE OSCARS MATTER?SONIA RAOAPRIL 16, 2021WASHINGTON POST
While the glitz and glamor have increased, the most recent season’s drama had some viewers questioning whether the relationships between current cast members had become too toxic.
THE ULTIMATE BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO WATCHING THE REAL HOUSEWIVESCADY LANGAPRIL 9, 2021TIME
The glitz and twinkle of Music’s Biggest Night can make it easy to forget that the Grammys is an industry-voted awards show — and that “excellence” is only ever what the music business wants to see when it looks in the mirror Monday morning.
ALBUM OF THE YEAR IS THE GRAMMY THAT NOBODY DESERVES TO WINCHRIS RICHARDSMARCH 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
For all its glitz and glamour, Hollywood is a land of gig workers on the lookout for the next opportunity.
DON’T FALL VICTIM TO NEWEST SCAMSPALLABI MUNSIMARCH 10, 2021OZY

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