How to Make Custom Skins in Among Us

Among Us does not have a Steam workshop page, but players can still add mods to their game that create new outfits. Here’s a guide on how to do so.

The recent surge in popularity Among Us has experienced led to a large influx of new players and an incredibly active player base. All of these new crewmates, or impostors, can take on a variety of appearances thanks to the numerous hats, masks, and color

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Santa Claus to come to Appleton despite no Christmas Parade | WFRV Local 5

APPLETON, Wis. (WFRV) – The COVID-19 public health emergency won’t keep Santa Claus from coming to town.

While the coronavirus has canceled the 2020 Downtown Appleton Christmas Parade, organizers say a special guest will make multiple stops to the city.

“Santa Claus is Coming to Appleton” will start on Tuesday, Nov. 24. Every Tuesday evening until Christmas, Santa’s float – accompanied by Appleton Police and Fire Department vehicles – will visit a defferent section of

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The Ultimate Guide To Road Tripping During The Pandemic

As pandemic fatigue sets in, more and more people are taking to the road. Worried about flying but tired of staying home, they’re setting off on road trips.

Unfortunately, though, driving to a destination has challenges of its own. What happens when you have to make a pit stop or need gas or food? Where do you stay overnight?


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Andrea Silenzi, the “genius of the cringe” from dating podcast Why Oh Why, on getting engaged and the future of the show.

Andrea Silenzi and her fiancé, Dan, smile at the camera. Andrea is holding up the back of her left hand to show off her engagement ring.
Photo illustration by Slate. Photo courtesy of Andrea Silenzi.

In 2016 and 2017, Andrea Silenzi hosted and produced the hit dating podcast Why Oh Why, with the mission to chronicle her hilarious, maddening, and sometimes disastrous expedition into online dating. For guy listeners like me, it was also a window into what single women had to put up with when they were looking for love (or even just a decent date) on the internet.

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L.A. Times Wins OJA Feature Award for ‘Rise of the Dancefluencer’

The Los Angeles Times has won an OJA award for its “Rise of the Dancefluencers” project, which was recognized for 2020 Feature in the Large Newsroom category.

This award “honors excellence in online journalism presented in a single package or story that shows significant depth, insight and new understanding of a story or topic.” The award was presented by the Online News Association (ONA) in a virtual ceremony on Friday, Oct. 16.

OJA Winner 2020

“Rise of the

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French police target Islamist networks after teacher’s beheading

French police on Monday launched a series of raids targeting Islamist networks, three days after the beheading of a history teacher who had shown his pupils a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed.

Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin vowed there would be “not a minute’s respite for enemies of the Republic”, after tens of thousands took part in rallies countrywide on Sunday to honour teacher Samuel Paty and defend freedom of expression.

Fifteen people have been detained

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Who Was “Jennifer Fairgate,” Found Dead In an Oslo Hotel Room?

Plot details for Unsolved Mysteries ahead. Content warning: gun violence, brief reference to suicide. One of the most confounding episodes of Unsolved Mysteries‘ volume two focuses on an unidentified woman who might have been a sex worker, a criminal, a spy—or something else entirely. Despite extensive research and investigation, very little is known about the unknown woman, who called herself “Jennifer Fairgate” or “Jennifer Fergate”—it’s difficult to make a determination from her signature—other

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Opinion | Prince George’s plan to build schools will help students and the community

For example, all schools must be delivered no later than July 15, 2024, or the developer will be subject to liquidated damages for each day that they are delayed; a design-build reserve account will be in place for the developer to access should there be cost overruns or unforeseen charges. This is not additional money; it has been built into their availability payment.

Additionally, Prince George’s County Public Schools doesn’t make a single payment until

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“Wearing the Skinniest Skinny Jeans I Had Ever Seen”

Photo credit: Studio McGee / Instagram
Photo credit: Studio McGee / Instagram

From House Beautiful

Since launching in 2014, Studio McGee has become one of the most well-known interior design firms in the nation. From a constant track record of pleased clients, a cool 1.4 million followers on Instagram, to its cozy home collection available at Target, Studio McGee is quickly becoming a household name. Now, the husband-and-wife dream team behind the magic, Syd and Shea McGee, have their own Netflix

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Grief Leadership Is Exactly What Americans Are Missing Right Now

Hours before the U.S. death toll from COVID-19 surpassed 200,000, President Donald Trump told supporters at a Sept. 21 campaign rally that the disease “affects virtually nobody.” Two weeks later, he would test positive for the coronavirus himself.

After hearing the latter news, Anna Gaffney of Astoria, New York, said she wondered if the president’s own experience would finally drive home the weight of the pandemic to him. Gaffney lost her mother to COVID-19 in

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How Much Money Did Tayshia Adams Make on ‘Bachelorette?’

This season of The Bachelorette is slightly, um, different due to Clare Crawley running off into the pandemic sunset and being replaced by fan-fave Tayshia Adams. Which, yeah, is super freakin’ exciting, but also begs the question…did ABC pay both Tayshia and Clare for the season, or did they have to split the salary 50/50? ABC hasn’t bothered to tell us for some reason (rude), but one thing’s for sure: both Bachelorettes are doing

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How accessibility for all could make the world better after COVID-19

If there is one good thing that can come from this year, it might be that we have a chance to dramatically reset our way of doing things.

One of the opportunities we have now as we look ahead to the future is in the realm of accessibility. 

If you have never thought about accessibility before, you likely will in the future. Today, 26% of people have some kind of disability, the Centers for Disease

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Tiffany Trump Celebrated Birthday in Miami amid Pandemic with Week of ‘Partying,’ Says Source

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Tiffany Trump speaking at the Republican National Convention in August

Tiffany Trump celebrated her 27th birthday in Miami this week, where novel coronavirus restrictions have continued to be lifted in recent months — and her festivities didn’t go unnoticed (or un-criticized).

Reflecting the divisiveness that trails the first family, a viral video seen more than a million times on Twitter compiled social media posts from her partying alongside somber scenes from the

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Tesla’s Network Goes Out And Shows A Design Flaw

High off the buzz (or lack of it) from yesterday’s “Battery Day” Tesla
suffered a computer network and system outage the next day which left customers unable to connect to cars, sales orders to not be placed, and perhaps most disturbing, according to one customer report, drivers unable to

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Latino vote crucial as Democrats try to turn North Carolina away from Trump

The Biden campaign is fighting to boost Latino turnout in battleground states including North Carolina, where Latinos make up just 4.4% of registered voters but could be the group that flips the state blue.

Democratic nominee Joe Biden appears to be ahead of President Trump by double digits among Latino registered voters in the nine main battleground states, including North Carolina, according to the Pew Research Center. Biden leads Trump by less than three points

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8 Exterior Additions That Will Up Your Home’s Curb Appeal

  • Small touches that can be done in a day — think hardware swaps or new plants.
  • Bigger investments add a wow factor — like new gutters or a deep clean.

    It’s likely that, if you have one, your outdoor space — be it a yard, front porch, or back patio — has seen more use than normal this year. With everyone spending more time at home, renovation projects have surged over the last six months

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    AP source: Jets agree to trade McLendon to Buccaneers


    FILE – In this Dec. 22, 2019, file photo, New York Jets nose tackle Steve McLendon (99) celebrates in the second half of an NFL football game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, in East Rutherford, N.J. A person with direct knowledge of the move says the New York Jets have agreed to terms on a trade that sends veteran nose tackle Steve McLendon to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The deal that was agreed upon Sunday night,

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    Olay Unveils First Look at Its Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Float Honoring Women in STEM


    After announcing a 10-year commitment to double the number of women and triple the number of multicultural women in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) professions through the Face the STEM Gap earlier this year, Olay will further champion the cause this Thanksgiving with an empowering Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade float.

    The design, created in partnership with Macy’s, features a woman wearing traditional cornrow braids and a space-themed bomber jacket with a patch on

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    Trump Makes His Weirdest War On Christmas Attack Yet

    Halloween is nearly two weeks away, but President Donald Trump just fired a salvo in the “war on Christmas” with a strange new line of attack on former Vice President Joe Biden. 

    While speaking in Carson City, Nevada, on Sunday, Trump seemed to blame the coronavirus lockdowns earlier this year on Biden. 

    “Under the Biden lockdown, the lights of Reno and Las Vegas were extinguished,” he said.

    Yet Trump was president during the lockdowns this

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    A group tour’s like being in an orgy, but without the fun bits

    Kathy Lette and Ronni Ancona discover a new zest for life on a group walking tour of the Amalfi Coast

    What do women want? Besides being whisked off to a tropical isle where Chris Hemsworth licks caviar from your navel beneath a palm, I’d say most want to laugh with girlfriends and lose weight. So why not combine the two? I’m talking about a walking holiday. Talking while walking means guilt-free gourmandising – what’s

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