April

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Start of the 2024-25 MLB Season

The 2024-25 MLB season kicked off with an electric start, as fans across the world are eagerly awaiting the return of baseball. With a fresh start and high hopes, teams started their journey to the World Series. Through early spring training and a few games into the season, we can see how the teams who are running it back with the same members, newly traded players, the stars, and the young players play out.

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Victorian Fashion from ‘Poor Things’

The movie Poor Things is about a woman who commits suicide in Victorian London but is resurrected using the brain of a baby. This film is based on a 1992 novel by Alasdair Gray but the director, Yorgos Lanthimos, did not want a period drama or a film set in a very specific time period of the past. He also did not want the film to be heavily sci-fi, so the costumes had to captivate the reality-defying world that allows this story to occur in.

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The Growing Legging Industry is Here to Stay

Technavio, a market research company, has estimated that the yoga clothing market is expected to grow by 17 million USD by 2027. The estimation is focused on bottom wear consisting of leggings, sweatpants, joggers, and more with the main contributor to the growth being North America. The leading drivers for this projected growth is the increase in the popularity surrounding yoga and medication for stress relief, fitness, and overall improvement of well-being.

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The EU’s $2 Billion Message to Apple

In a landmark decision, the European Union has fined Apple nearly $2 billion for antitrust violations related to its App Store policies, particularly those affecting music streaming services such as Spotify. This fine marks a significant moment in the ongoing scrutiny over Apple’s control of its App Store, which has been a point of contention among app developers and competition regulators worldwide.

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NFL Off-season Moves

Since the NFL season has ended with the Kansas City Chiefs winning the Super Bowl in back-to-back years, plenty of off-season moves are already coming and going. Now that the season has concluded and the free agent and signing window is open, teams that need stars and certain positions are on the move with their money.

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