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How Beef Croquettes Are Like National Parks
Whether asking about the allocation of beef croquettes or national park reservations, the answers take us to the three economic systems.
The Future of the Mall
Remembering the shopping malls that are gone and those that remain, we can ask how different their future will be.
Where Red and Blue Agree
Our shared Halloween candy favorites demonstrate that red and blue states can agree on the sweeter parts of life.
The Problem With MoviePass
For those of us that thought the MoviePass story ended in 2019, we can go to their new website for the next chapter.
Why Theaters Could Have Popcorn Problems
Movie theaters operators warn us that remnants of pandemic supply chain disruptions could create popcorn problems.
The Surprising Star of Space Jam
Done well, movie product placements for firms like Nike and even a university like MIT can boost brand value.
The Thousands of Marvel Superheroes We Will Meet
When Disney bought Marvel, it wound up with the rights to 7,000 characters and, as they described it, perhaps 20 years’ worth of worlds to explore. Meet, for example, Doorman. First introduced in 1989, Doorman is a class-10 teleporter (according…
How Covid Changed The Cost of Living
Changing the worldwide cost of living is one of the countless ways that the pandemic has impacted our daily lives.
The Red and Blue States That Select the Same Halloween Candy
Because the people in red and blue states prefer the same Halloween candy, we have one holiday that unites us.