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'Palm Springs' is one of the best romantic comedies in years and destined to become a classic


I bought a $26 pair of underwear from Kim Kardashian's SKIMS brand, but my $24 Tommy John boyshorts are still my favourite for everyday wear


Why a $685 e-scooter was my best quarantine purchase



I made burgers using 3 celebrity-chef recipes, and the best was most fun to make


I tried a wire-free bra that has thousands of 5-star reviews on Amazon, and now I want to buy it in every colour


We tried making 12 boozy popsicle recipes at home and found that the best ones required just 2 ingredients



I tried 6 items from Kim Kardashian's SKIMS brand and ranked them from worst to best


I made Bloody Marys using 4 celebrity chefs' recipes, and the best was the easiest to make


I ate Blaze Pizza's new pizza crust made with Mango White Claw instead of water and liked it better than the original


Mining giant Rio Tinto says it will launch a review of its heritage procedures after it blew up a 46,000-year-old Aboriginal cultural site in Western Australia


I tasted 18 flavours of Goldfish crackers, and only a few beat classic cheddar


I tried the egg-shaped gadget that lets you make hard-boiled eggs in the microwave, and it's perfect if you don't want to bother with the stove



I use an app to help me fall asleep every night, and it's the best money I've spent during quarantine


'Artemis Fowl' is a campy 'Harry Potter' wannabe that doesn't live up to the books


Tokyo's subway system is one of the best in the world. Here's what it's like to ride it.


I tried Kim Kardashian's new Summer Mesh collection, and the see-through shorts are the best SKIMS purchase I've ever made



Lady Gaga returns with triumphant, electro-pop bangers, but 'Chromatica' fails to maintain its high notes


The 1975's 'Notes on a Conditional Form' has absolutely no skips — but that doesn't mean it's perfect


I tried all 17 Panera Bread sandwiches, and ranked them from worst to best


Charli XCX's 'How I'm Feeling Now' is a masterclass in experimental pop for the genre-less generation