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With it, developers will be able to write smartphone apps for these ultra wearable modules, while also being able to access cloud features. Imagine buttons that can talk to each other: hard to say if we should be intrigued or afraid. More>>. The exact cause of acne is not known, but one important factor is an increase in hormones called androgens. These male sex hormones increase in both boys and girls during puberty. Some things that can make acne worse include friction caused by leaning on or rubbing the skin, harsh scrubbing, picking or squeezing blemishes, and emotional stress..
It told a story we’re used to watching unfold in certain beats of a certain tone in Lifetime movies crassly, a “guilty pleasure” but with a creative team and gravity that signaled elevated, “serious” television. Connie Britton, is that you?Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story threads a curlicue of meta ness through the endeavor by tackling the Broderick case, or re tackling it, as it’s already served as a pillar of murder TV entertainment. Betty Broderick’s murder of her husband after he jilted her already inspired 1992’s made for TV movie A Woman Scorned: The Betty Broderick Story, which earned Meredith Baxter an Emmy nomination.Whatever it is you imagine in your head when you picture a clichd murder of the week TV movie (usually airing on Lifetime), this is the one that made the mold to that point that more than one sitcom has joked about fictional versions of these movies starring Baxter.This is all to say that revisiting the case that started it all with the kind of treatment Dirty John gives it at times compassionate and introspective, at other times leaning into beats of outrageousness is a delicate act, one that wouldn’t work without Amanda Peet as Betty.She is very, very good, somehow playing all sides of the tonal kaleidoscope here at once, differing depending from which angle you look at it.
The pair sold their Studio City compound for $2.255 million roughly two months after listing it.Spanning a third of an acre near Wilacre Park, the estate makes the absolute most out of its space. Four structures fill out the grounds: a 1940s Midcentury home, a studio, a detached media lounge and a pool house. In all, they combine for a total of 3,230 square feet with four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.Gates and landscaping privatize the main house, which opens to bright living spaces with white walls and hardwood floors.