2021 Hyundai Santa Fe Shows New Face, Nicer Interior

  • The Hyundai Santa Fe is getting a styling update for 2021 that includes a bold new face and a nicer interior.
  • Newly available features include a Terrain Mode selector and a larger touchscreen.
  • The 2021 Santa Fe should go on sale in the U.S. by the end of this year.

    Say hello to the 2021 Hyundai Santa Fe, which looks considerably more interesting than before thanks to a styling refresh that brings a distinctive new grille design on board. The mid-size two-row SUV gets a freshened interior that parrots several cues from the larger Palisade’s cabin, while also inheriting a few new features.

    The new front end is dominated by the wider grille that can feature a few different patterns depending on trim level. A new lighting signature includes T-shaped LED daytime running lights. At the rear, there’s now a thing LED lighting strip connecting the taillights, along with a

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    Without End-of-Year School Fashion Shows, How Are Design Graduates Showcasing Their Work?

    Finishing thesis collections and showcasing them from quarantine has created both challenges and opportunities for fashion school grads.

    Michelle Hill, a B.F.A. Accessory Design graduate at SCAD, presents her final collection digitally.
    Michelle Hill, a B.F.A. Accessory Design graduate at SCAD, presents her final collection digitally.

    While marquee-name designers are still trying figure out if and how they’ll approach Spring 2021 fashion shows come September, a different group of designers has already been forced to navigate this challenge, and without much time to prepare.

    Typically, May is when prominent design schools hold runway events — sometimes doubling as fundraisers — where at least a selection of graduating students get to showcase their work. They might also get their garments judged in-person by faculty and/or a jury of industry professionals. Potential employers can be among the audience members. 

    For many graduating students, these runway shows represent everything they’ve been working toward throughout their undergraduate and graduate careers. They enter fashion school as freshmen or first-year

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    The 8 Most Soothing TV Shows to Watch on Netflix Right Now

    As our long national coronavirus nightmare continues, finding ways to relax and unwind has become more crucial than ever. Some are recommitting to meditation practices; some are working out stress and anxiety on solitary jogs. Personally, I’m dealing with all this by swaddling myself in blankets until I resemble an expertly wrapped Mission-style burrito and watching hours upon hours of Netflix.

    Movies are a classic comfort-watching option, but sometimes you just don’t have the attention span for a movie. (Stress is, after all, linked to distraction). That doesn’t mean you don’t deserve quality entertainment, though; below, find a list of TV shows guaranteed to help take your mind off COVID-19, in one way or another. (Please note that Tiger King does not make this list, primarily because I can’t be alone in finding all that tiger print extremely stressful.)

    Jeopardy!

    <h1 class="title">Julia comes in 3rd place on June 2</h1> <cite class="credit">Photo: Courtesy of Everett Collection</cite>
    Photo: Courtesy of Everett Collection

    Is anyone more

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    25 Bonkers Reality Competition Shows You Forgot Existed (Photos)

    “The Glass House” (ABC, 2012)
    ABC put 14 contestants into a house, and let America vote to decide who would be evicted and who would win $250,000. But with low ratings and a lawsuit from CBS claiming the show was a ripoff of “Big Brother,” “The Glass House” lasted just one season.

    “I Wanna Marry ‘Harry’” (Fox, 2014)
    More than a few dating competition shows involve some kind of deceit, but few were as ridiculous as the one at the center of Fox’s “I Wanna Marry ‘Harry.’” Starring a male lead with only a slight resemblance to the British prince, the show pushed the limits of credulity.

    “Joe Millionaire” (Fox, 2003)
    Attempting to expand on the format perfected by “The Bachelor,” Fox debuted “Joe Millionaire” just one year later, pitting contestants against each other for the affections of an average Joe whom they believed to be rich. Over a decade

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