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'Brave New World' Meets 'The Handmaid's Tale' In Sophie Mackintosh's New Novel

In the world of Blue Ticket, girls are issued either blue tickets or white ones on the day of their first periods. Blue tickets grant a career but no children; white tickets mean home and family.

With the help of his children, Knoxville, Tenn., resident Matt Harris put the finishing touches on his dream treehouse on Father's Day. Matt Harris hide caption

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Stay-At-Home Improvement: DIY Builders Help Drive Up Lumber Prices

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Purbasha Sabzi
Winin' Boy Blues Allen Toussaint
The Moon's House Windsor Airlift
Autumn Leaves Brennan Villines
It Ain't Me (Kygo Remix) Selena Gomez
In The Shadow of the Colossi Doug Kaufman
Momotaro Takenobu
Somewhere PDP

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