Stella Spoils 11.12.18

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The season of friends, family, gathering and feasting is almost upon us and we couldn't be more excited to have The Citizenry guiding us along with their entertaining essentials. You're looking at their top picks for the most beautiful and personal way to host the holidays. From modern table linens to luxe, 'go-with-anything' bronze serving trays, they have everything you need to make your season's gatherings really special. All handcrafted in fair trade environments by artisans around the world, and available below.

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In the 1950s, it was unusual for television programs to address the topic of sex. Lucy and Ricky Ricardo slept in separate beds on I Love Lucy. Both were forbidden by network standards to even use the word pregnant. (For all viewers knew, Little Ricky was the product of an immaculate conception.) Teens on sitcoms rarely investigated anything other than chaste dating. But for the juvenile audience of Watch Mr. Wizard, viewers got what may have been television’s earliest widespread discussion of sex. More specifically, the gestation period of hamsters.

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