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Doctor Who recap: Season 8 goes into the Dalek
Peter Capaldi's darker Doctor. Two episodes in, and my current opinion of Capaldi's Doctor (aka "Dozen") can best be summed up as follows: I don't like him, but I think that I like that I don't like...
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Classic books and worthy new titles for young rea...
Reading lists shouldn’t be just for summer. As the school year is set to begin, we asked librarians from the Bergen County Cooperative Library System (BCCLS) for their recommendations of classics and...
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The Facebook-ification of everything! Sex, authen...
Some time ago, I met a bright and lively graduate student, who registered with Facebook during the academic year 2003-04, when she was a student at Harvard. Her Facebook ID number was 246. Impressive....
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Five unanswered questions from Into the Dalek
Peter Capaldi’s Doctor left us with more questions in episode two (Picture: BBC) Doctor Who’s second episode repeated a couple of puzzles from the season opener as well as presenting us with more...
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Quotients could decide advancers
SEVILLE – Two wins in the group stage won’t guarantee elevation to the knockout round-of-16 at the FIBA World Cup that started yesterday in Spain. Six teams are playing a round-robin in four groups in...
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Jackie Onassis' childhood home asking $44 million
The childhood home of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis is for sale in Manhattan at $44 million. The recently renovated 1929 duplex retains its traditional architecture but has been updated with modern...
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Teen Riffs Her Way to Air Guitar World Championsh...
There's a new air guitar world champion. Japan's Nanami “Seven Seas” Nagura blew out the competition Friday with a rollicking performance - with no guitar lessons necessary. The 19-year-old was one...
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Tribute to a teacher
U.R. Ananthamurthy fully embraced all kinds of contraries in his creative works. Diverse traditions, communities, thinkers, creative writers, activists, phases of history become points of profound...
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Bloom's 'Lucky Us' will have readers feeling fort...
I can't think of a book that has more wittily and movingly encapsulated the years from 1939 to 1949, covering both World War II and the periods just before and after, than Amy Bloom's "Lucky...
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Billionaire tries to avoid biggest divorce, says ...
Billionaire is trying to avoid the biggest divorce payout ever by claiming his $20bn oil fortune was amassed through pure LUCK Harold Hamm and his wife Sue Ann are divorcing after 25 years of...
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MVP firm says P16.5B 3rd Cebu-Mactan bridge to be...
By PNA and U.S. News Agency / Asian A proposed P16.5-billion four-lane third bridge linking the Cebu mainland and Mactan Island is projected to be operational by 2018, an official of the project...
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Coroner says Drew Barrymore's half-sister died of...
Drew Barrymore's half-sister Jessica 'died of an accidental overdose of alcohol and drugs,' coroner says The death of Drew Barrymore's half-sister last month was caused by an accidental overdose,...
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6 Secrets of Great Resumes, Backed By Psychology
The day I landed my job at Google was the day I decided to pay forward all the help I received on reworking my resume. After going through many resumes, I want to share what I learned in hopes that...
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Happiness by Design by Paul Dolan and How We Are ...
A few years ago, in a survey conducted by an accident prevention charity, 80% of respondents admitted to going through life on autopilot: arriving at the end of a car journey with no memory of driving...
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Guest Editorial: "It is not enough to win a war; it is more important to organize the peace." --
Sitting in front of the television listening to the news, one is bound to wonder if there's...
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The Psychology of Embarrassment, Shame and Guilt
The potential causes of our embarrassment vary according to the circumstances in which we find ourselves, and, in particular, to the company in which we find ourselves. The potential causes of our...
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A warlike game for a warlike nation
The NFL will be visiting London this year. Three regular-season games are set for Wembley Stadium, where the NFL has touched down annually since 2007. It’s not surprising that the NFL wants to expand...
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Drake and Lil Wayne Bromance, Wednesday at Cruzan
After Jay Z and Beyoncé did not attend Kanye West's wedding to Kim Kardashian, rap fans put forward a theory that Yeezus is articulating his indignation by censoring Jay Z's name from his recent live...
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River bus causes ripples before it hits the water
River bus causes ripples before it hits the water A water bus of similar capacity to the one proposed OXFORD’S first ever water bus has entered troubled waters with boat residents before it has even...
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Why We Walk
Walking competitions were the favorite spectator sport in the late nineteenth century.Credit Illustration by Leo Espinosa Why people walk is a hard question that looks easy. Upright bipedalism seems...
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