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Organizing closets is a great opportunity to take stock of how much stuff you own versus what you really use. Pull all the items out of your bedroom closet, and sort them into like categories. Then, get out similar items stashed under beds or in a spare-bedroom closet. Once you have items in a single place, it’s hard to ignore excess and duplication.

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Tart and funky brews aren’t as cut and dry as other flavor profile categories. They have a wide ABV range and can be light to medium-full bodied. As far as flavor goes, tart and funky brews can be acidic, sour, winey, fruity ... you name it. Tart and funky beers, like an American Brett, pair well with earthy cheeses, grilled or roasted game and fruit filled pastries.

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Another goal category that’s within your control is the “process” goal, or focusing on a standardized routine that will help lead to the results you want.

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The pick for the under $20,000 category is a good one, but unfortunately, it’s not going to be one that you can buy new for long. It’s the Honda Fit, and the big H has already confirmed its death for the U.S. market. Its inclusion in this list makes sense, though, because when it comes to reliability, resale value and safety, Honda is usually a safe bet. The bonus is that the Fit is plenty nice to drive and gets excellent gas mileage.

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Sandler was roundly praised for his charismatic performance as a desperate jewel salesman in the Safdie brothers' exhausting and exhilarating “Uncut Gems.” His fans hoped he could find his way to an Oscar nod, but the crowded best actor category left him no room.

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When Awkwafina won a Globe earlier this month for “The Farewell,” it was a proud moment — the first win by an actress of Asian descent in the lead category. There was much hope for an Oscar nod, but alas, it was not to be; in fact the much-admired film was shut out.

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Current racial/ethnicity and birthplace statistics are from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2017 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates. Historical racial/ethnicity statistics come from the 2005 – 2016 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates. Projected racial/ethnicity statistics are sourced from Census Bureau’s 2017 National Population Projection tables.

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The HBO political comedy has always been an Emmys darling, but Simons’ performance as a White House staffer-turned-congressman had yet to receive a nomination. The supporting actor category was again too crowded (by some of his fellow cast members) to accommodate his final turn as Jonah Ryan in the last season of the series.

The Fellow's Stag EKG Electric Kettle brings extreme precision to your pour and your temperature regulation, and an aesthetic upgrade that the gooseneck kettle category desperately needed. It's by far the best and best-looking electric kettle on the market.

As a travel seller, I'd hear it from time to time: "That hotel was totally unacceptable." But you slept there, right? Travelers often abandon rational thinking in pursuit of a travel objective. It's difficult to make significant emotional investment selecting and booking a hotel, long anticipating a safe, quiet sanctuary in an unfamiliar city at the end of a long journey, only to run into an ...

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Poland's "Cold War," one of the most highly acclaimed foreign language films of the year, was shockingly shut out of the foreign language category. There were a few locks, like Mexico's "Roma," from director Alfonso Cuaron, Lebanon's "Capernaum" and even Japan's "Shoplifters." But Pawel Pawlikowski's Cannes-winning romance between two mismatched people was supposed to be one as well. Belgium's "Girl," a Netflix film, was the surprise inclusion here. The film about a transgender girl training to be a ballerina has been the subject of some criticism for its depiction of trans people.

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