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23 Greatest Breakfast Serving Tray | Serving Trays

23 Greatest Breakfast Serving Tray | Serving Trays

  1. Lipper International Lipper International Bamboo Wood Serving Tray with Veneer Bottom, 18.75″ x 13.75″ x 3″ Lipper International - Dimensions w x d x h 18 34 x 13 34 x 3 Includes 1 bamboo wood tray with veneer bottom note accessories shown in image are not included Made from bamboo wood a natural and renewable resource Makes a great gift Care hand wash with a mild soap and cool water Do not soak Do not put in the dishwasher microwave or refrigerator Extreme changes in temperature will cause the material to crack over time Dry thoroughly Occasional...

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The X-Men & Me: Reflections on a Metaphor

The X-Men & Me: Reflections on a Metaphor

[Forewarning: This is purely a personal account and view of my own relationship to Marvel’s Mutantdom. It is not by any means intended to be an end-all-be-all perspective or an all-encompassing thing nor a ‘Here’s Why It Bad’ or any kind of harsh judgement. Take it purely for what it is, which is as a reflection on a concept as it relates to personal interest.] I’ve never been a big fan of The X-Men. Well, actually, that’s not true. I grew up with X-Men: Evolution, which was my introduction to the very concept of Marvel’s Mutants. I loved it. I...

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The Best Carry-On Luggage of 2021

The Best Carry-On Luggage of 2021

— Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission.It doesn’t matter if you’re a busy traveler flying every week or take just one trip a year, your luggage should be the last thing to stress about. Many people want the ease of a carry-on suitcase to avoid checked baggage fees, delays at the luggage carousel, or the potential of having their luggage lost or damaged in transit. We put eight carry-on bags through weeks of rigorous testing in an effort to find the very best. In the end, we found...

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Steph Cha on Choosing the Best of Mystery and Suspense During an Unprecedented and Harrowing Year

Steph Cha on Choosing the Best of Mystery and Suspense During an Unprecedented and Harrowing Year

When The Best American Mystery Stories series began in 1997, I was eleven years old and an eager consumer of the criminal and the macabre. I’m glad I spent my childhood without the Internet for many reasons, but one of them is that I didn’t have access to Wikipedia’s list of serial killers by number of victims. Instead, I savored whatever I could get from my closed universe of resources: reading materials chosen by elementary school teachers and my easily scandalized Korean immigrant mother. I treasured my mass-market collection of Edgar Allan Poe stories, and over twenty years later, I...

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My son’s autism diagnosis made me realize just how ableist I had been

My son’s autism diagnosis made me realize just how ableist I had been

The umbrellas were a bit of a giveaway. My son’s obsession started when he was 18 months old and still just called them “baaa.” There’s a video of him in a rain jacket in our backyard from that time, glaring at the patio umbrella, saying “UP baaa, DOWN baaa, NO baaa, AWAY baaa,” over and over as my husband chuckled and followed his directions, putting the umbrella up, down, away, then up and down again. There’s another video from that time, but inside. My sister was feeding my son lunch at the table with one hand, holding a rain umbrella...

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