making history

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Mirai Nagasu (USA) lands 8 clean, fully-rotated triple jumps - including a triple axel - in her 2018 Olympic Team Event free skate, becoming the first woman to do so at the Winter Olympic Games, and the second woman overall after Japan’s Rika Kihira first accomplished it in 2016.

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Time Unveiled 12 Stunning Covers Celebrating Game-Changing Women

Above photos:

  • Ava DuVernay, the first black woman to direct a film nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture
  • Mo’ne Davis, the first girl to pitch a shutout and win a game in a Little League World Series
  • Sylvia Earle, the first female chief scientist of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
  • Ellen DeGeneres, the first person to star as an openly gay character on primetime TV
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton, the first woman to receive a major party’s nomination for President
  • Ilhan Omar,  the first Somali-Muslim American to become a legislator

See more: Time - Firsts: Women Who Are Changing the World

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Marvel and Walt Disney’s Black Panther has earned a smashing $192m Fri-Sun and likely $218m Fri-Mon holiday opening. That’s the biggest February opening weekend ever, the biggest solo superhero launch, the biggest holiday opening, the biggest Fri-Mon launch and the biggest non-sequel launch of all time. It’s also the fifth-biggest Fri-Sun opening weekend of all time. The film earned $75.8 million on Friday (eighth-biggest single day and eighth-biggest Friday), including $25.2m in Thursday previews. It then earned around $65.8m on Saturday (fourth-biggest Saturday ever).

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Robert Plant vs. Pre-Raphaelite Muses

“The term ‘Pre-Raphaelite’ conjures up visions of tall, willowy creatures with pale skin, flowing locks, scarlet lips, and melancholic expressions.”

“Bare chest on full display in unbuttoned silk blouses, razor-blade hip bones peeking out from low-slung, impossibly tight blue jeans, and wild, Pre-Raphaelite blond curls cascading down his back—his onstage look was as disruptive as his heavy-metal falsetto.”