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Variety
‘Game of Thrones’ Premiere: Stars Weigh in on Shocking Melisandre Revealtrust by saving her and Theon (Alfie Allen) from the Boltons’ soldiers — but ex
‘Game of Thrones’ Premiere: Stars Weigh in on Shocking Melisandre Reveal
Variety / Posted 5 days ago
trust by saving her and Theon (Alfie Allen) from the Boltons’ soldiers — but executive producers David Benioff and Dan Weiss saved the best for last, ending the episode by letting the audience spy on the Red Priestess Melisandre in a rare... Read more
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/Film
10 Game of Thrones Season 6 Questionsburning questions than ever before. Consider this a preview piece of sorts – he
10 Game of Thrones Season 6 Questions
/Film / Posted 7 days ago
burning questions than ever before. Consider this a preview piece of sorts – here are the queries dancing on the edge of my brain as I count down the hours until the next episode. Please note that this article expects that you’ve seen up through... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Health Canada to explore national plan to deal with opioid abuseuse does not result in the respiratory deaths that opioid overdoses are causing
Health Canada to explore national plan to deal with opioid abuse
The Globe and Mail / Posted 11 days ago
use does not result in the respiratory deaths that opioid overdoses are causing because the section of the brain that controls respiratory function does not have cannabinoid receptors, said Susan Weiss, associate director of... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Two cases of Zika virus in Manitobahave tested positive for the virus, which has been linked to babies being born
Two cases of Zika virus in Manitoba
Calgary Sun / Posted 14 days ago
have tested positive for the virus, which has been linked to babies being born with abnormally small heads and other severe brain defects. While releasing few details about the individuals affected due to privacy concerns, public health officials... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
D-Rev: Changing lives one limb, one light at a timethe yellow-tinted skin of jaundiced babies in third-world countries. It affects
D-Rev: Changing lives one limb, one light at a time
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 18 days ago
the yellow-tinted skin of jaundiced babies in third-world countries. It affects six million babies around the world. Rob Weiss, Business Development Analyst at D-Rev in San Francisco says, “I’ve spent a lot of time in India, in Southeast Asia,... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Raw Appeal of “Game of Thrones”By conjuring a world in which the law has not yet formed, “Game of Thrones” low
The Raw Appeal of “Game of Thrones”
The New Yorker / Posted 19 days ago
By conjuring a world in which the law has not yet formed, “Game of Thrones” lowers us into the pit of the human brain.Credit Illustration by Jillian Tamaki Binge-watching is a night out, even when you spend the whole day in. It’s a way of being. We... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Newtown On Film: 3 Takes On Sandy Hookaddition to their surviving son. It's been nearly four years but their thoughts
Newtown On Film: 3 Takes On Sandy Hook
Hartford Courant / Posted 19 days ago
addition to their surviving son. It's been nearly four years but their thoughts are rarely far from their lost child. "My brain says 'I just want to keep talking about Ben. Can I keep talking about Ben?'" Francine says in the film... Read more
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Orange County Register
Julie Albers, Orion Weiss find gold in the seldom heardmusic frequently has when he sits down to hear a concert these days. In an era
Julie Albers, Orion Weiss find gold in the seldom heard
Orange County Register / Posted 25 days ago
music frequently has when he sits down to hear a concert these days. In an era of what critic Alex Ross has called “brain-dead programming,” it is a wish not often fulfilled. Cellist Julie Albers and pianist Orion Weiss managed to do it,... Read more
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CBS Denver
Rockies Lean On Arenado To Avoid 6th Straight Losing Seasonreally surprises me with the kid. He wants to be great. He has a real, real des
Rockies Lean On Arenado To Avoid 6th Straight Losing Season
CBS Denver / Posted 27 days ago
really surprises me with the kid. He wants to be great. He has a real, real desire to be great,” said manager Walt Weiss, who’s in the final year of his contract. “He has to be in that conversation of the very best young players in all of... Read more
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Canon City Daily Record
Rockies to lean on Arenadoreally surprises me with the kid. He wants to be great. He has a real, real des
Rockies to lean on Arenado
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 28 days ago
really surprises me with the kid. He wants to be great. He has a real, real desire to be great," said manager Walt Weiss, who's in the final year of his contract. "He has to be in that conversation of the very best young players in all of... Read more
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OregonLive.com
2016 albums of the year so far: first quarter reportcuts, "Anti" is restless, squirming from the stoner soul bliss-out of "James Jo
2016 albums of the year so far: first quarter report
OregonLive.com / Posted 28 days ago
cuts, "Anti" is restless, squirming from the stoner soul bliss-out of "James Joint" to the whiskey angst of "Love on the Brain." Its best moments deserve a more extended treatment, but Rihanna is so ready and capable on everything here that even... Read more
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SportingNews
NFL mulling lawsuit against New York Times over concussion/tobacco storythat formed the backbone of the league's early stance on the issue. The researc
NFL mulling lawsuit against New York Times over concussion/tobacco story
SportingNews / Posted 30 days ago
that formed the backbone of the league's early stance on the issue. The research was held up by the league as evidence that brain injuries did not cause long-term problems for players." An NFL attorney ominously warned reporters and editors to... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Letters: Plenty of errors to go around in Dodgers' TV fiascostep up and renegotiate their 25-year Time Warner Cable deal for 30% less and s
Letters: Plenty of errors to go around in Dodgers' TV fiasco
Los Angeles Times / Posted 1 months ago
step up and renegotiate their 25-year Time Warner Cable deal for 30% less and see if there are any takers then. Stuart Weiss Los Angeles Bill Plaschke and others are very adept at spending, and giving away, other people's money. Where were... Read more

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