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2021 Honda Accord reveal: Fresh style, more tech but no manual gearbox

Bigger grilles are all the rage.


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One of Roadshow’s favorite family sedans is getting a freshened look and a brace of new equipment. The 2021 Honda Accord bowed on Monday with slightly tweaked styling, more tech and a new trim level that will surely appeal to those shopping the popular Accord Sport variant. All in all, the updates should be much appreciated by those still interested in a vehicle with four doors and a trunk.

Every Accord trim gets a redesigned, wider grille that incorporates some new horizontal pieces to emphasize width. It’s definitely not a huge change, but it helps the Honda Sensing suite of driver-assist tech work even better, according to the automaker. LED headlights are also standard on Accord Sport and above, though those shopping the Accord Hybrid will need to splurge for at least the EX trim for the same lighting tech. Every Accord except

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wedding

JoJo and Jordan Reveal Replanning Their Wedding Is a ‘Blessing and a Curse’

Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers, coming to you in 2021! JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers got real during an exclusive interview with Us Weekly about replanning their wedding after the coronavirus pandemic forced them to postpone their big day.

“We had almost everything in place,” the 29-year-old former Bachelorette told Us while discussing the couple’s partnership with The Knot. “We know that we’re going to have to sort of shift some things or maybe do some re-selections. Thankfully, our vendors have been incredible. So we were able to keep the same vendors. But with the wedding being postponed almost an entire year, you know, there might be new things that come out, new colors, different types of furniture. So in my mind, this is a whole process again, just to confirm that we still love everything that we chose months and months ago.”

Rodgers, 32, chimed in to “clarify” that Fletcher

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beauty

art imitates nature to reveal the delicate beauty of moths



a close up of a rock next to a tree: Photograph: Alamy


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It is intriguing that moths are one of the few animal groups to trigger a recognised psychological anxiety, “mottephobia”. It is surely a reflection of our deep-seated diurnal biases that we visit all manner of affections upon butterflies but withhold them from their nocturnal relatives. Working on the assumption, cited by Dostoevsky in Demons, that “one cannot love what one does not know”, the artist Sarah Gillespie has mounted a campaign at Helston’s Kestle Barton art centre to change our minds. Her print exhibition, Moth, running until 31 October, is a glorious revelation of the insects’ special brand of beauty.

Moths are subtle, the colours delicate, their patterns and chromatic combinations a blend of revealing form and protective function. Often a moth’s appearance is as much disguise as it is a declaration of identity.

Gillespie captures all this complex aesthetic information, but her

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women

Researchers reveal the perfect ‘flirty’ face for women: study

Sometimes, all it takes is a look.

For some single people, it can be hard to tell when someone is actually flirting with you. Fortunately for them, new research suggests that there may be a specific facial expression that women use when they’re flirting.

A study published in the Journal of Sex Research says that there are certain facial expressions that signify interest in a potential partner.

A study published in the Journal of Sex Research says that there are certain facial expressions that signify interest in a potential partner.
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A study published in the Journal of Sex Research says that there are certain facial expressions that signify interest in a potential partner, Southwest News Service (SWNS) reports. According to the study, men can recognize this expression as showing attraction.

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The flirty facial expression that seems to work best for women is to turn the head to one side, tilt it down slightly with a slight smile and have the eyes turned toward the

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