TV ShowsHollywood Reporter

Netflix's New Releases Coming in February 2021

With a new month, another round of fresh movies and TV shows are arriving on Netflix. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the third installment in the To All The Boys series debuts this February with To All The Boys: Always and Forever, starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo. Other new original films hitting the streaming service over the course of the month include Malcolm & Marie, the romantic drama starring Zendaya and John David Washington; All My Friends Are Dead, a New Year’s Eve-set thriller; Little Big Women, a Chinese foreign-language family drama; Space Sweepers, a Korean space adventure set in in the future; and I Care A Lot, Rosamund Pike’s latest dark comedy.
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MusicPosted by
Rolling Stone

RS Country Music Picks for the Week of February 1st

Whether it’s coming out of Nashville, New York, L.A., or points in between, there’s no shortage of fresh tunes, especially from artists who have yet to become household names. Rolling Stone Country selects some of the best new music releases from country and Americana artists. Jake Hoot featuring Kelly Clarkson,...
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February starts mild, then temperatures plummet

Following a warm January, February starts off mild and quiet, then takes a big turn the second half of the week. A storm Thursday brings both snow chances and the coldest weather parts of Minnesota have seen since December. January recap. The month of January was a warm one for...
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Apartment Therapy

If You’re Going to Read One Book In February, Make It This One

We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. An antidote to the moody February blues is a new book, something to take your mind off of endless gray, icy days and gives your brain a much-needed distraction. Melissa Broder’s newest novel, “Milk Fed,” is the literary nourishment you may have been looking for.
TV ShowsThe Ringer

The Ringer Guide to Streaming in February

Whether you’re prepping for a romantic Valentine’s Day night inside or just another day on the couch, there’s plenty to watch. We’re in store for another cold month that will see the end of football, but at least there are plenty of streaming options to fill the void. Movies like...

14 Black Biographies To Stream This February

Black history is beautiful, complex, and, at times, uncomfortable. While so much of our history was stripped from us, the details we know can often be difficult to digest. But all is not strife and struggle. With Black History Month upon us, there’s no better way to celebrate the often...
TV ShowsHollywood Reporter

Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in February

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will disappear from the streaming service next month. Out with the old and in with the new. Next month, Netflix is saying goodbye to another round of movies and TV shows that will be leaving the streaming service. Films leaving...
Books & LiteratureTODAY.com

Jenna Bush Hager announces 2 book club picks for February 2021

Our editors independently selected these items because we think you will enjoy them and might like them at these prices. If you purchase something through our links, we may earn a commission. Pricing and availability are accurate as of publish time. Learn more about Shop TODAY. As year two of...

Every new Apple release coming in February 2021

Apple started 2021 the way it finished 2020: with a bang. While we haven’t gotten any hardware releases in 2021 yet, Apple had a fantastic start to the year, announcing a record-breaking quarter with a whopping $111 billion dollars in revenue on the backs of double-digit growth in every product category. It also outlined the ways it would be using its $100 million Racial Equity and Justice Initiative, including the building of the Propel Center, “a “first-of-its-kind global innovation and learning hub,” in Atlanta.
Wilmington, NCWECT

First Alert Forecast: drier but quite chilly to open February

WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - Good to see you! After a soggy finish to January - Wilmington officially netted a record 1.44 inches of rain on Sunday the 31st - February will open on a drier note with lower 40% and 20% chances of a residual light shower Monday night and Tuesday, respectively.
Aerospace & DefenseSpaceNews.com

Virgin Galactic to resume SpaceShipTwo test flights in mid-February

WASHINGTON — Virgin Galactic announced Feb. 1 that the company will launch its SpaceShipTwo suborbital spaceplane in mid-February, two months after a technical problem aborted an earlier launch attempt. In a statement, Virgin Galactic said the window for its next SpaceShipTwo flight will open Feb. 13 at Spaceport America in...
EnvironmentGrand Forks Herald

WeatherTalk: Expect February to be consistently colder

Be prepared to bundle up! Through January, this winter has been one of the milder ones on record, but this is likely to change. Very cold air in the Arctic region of Canada is expected to begin dropping southward into our area late this week, and there are several signals that it could linger longer than the typical 3-4 day stretch of Arctic air. This doesn't mean the temperature will stay below zero for all of February, but it does suggest that February is likely to be the first month since October to be consistently colder than average.
Beauty & FashionBustle

Here's Your Horoscope For February 2021

We’re constantly fascinated by what our zodiac sign says about our lives, whether it's which zodiac signs are most compatible or how each sign handles conflict in relationships. In this February 2021 monthly horoscope, Astrologer Six, creator of BlackWomenCry, shares the astrological events happening this month that will affect every zodiac sign.
StocksPosted by
The Motley Fool

3 Top Stocks That'll Make You Richer in February (and Beyond)

Later this month will mark a year since the stock market went haywire due to the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Over that year, we've witnessed the fastest bear market decline of at least 30% in history, as well as the most impressive bounce-back rally to new highs of all time.