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Vouchers get it wrong
... If you put a poor driver behind the wheel of a brand new car, would he be transformed into a good driver? If you put a good driver behind the wheel of a jalopy, would she be transformed into...
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Box Office Roundup Box Office Predictions DVDs & Digital Film Festivals Reviewing Ebert's 'Greatest Films': Mystery Train (1989) This is the End: Movie Review Man of Steel: Movie...
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Man of Steel
The Only Son
Much Ado About Nothing
Alice Cooper talks Detroit, tour with Marilyn Man...
DETROIT, MI - Detroit's original shock rocker Alice Cooper is a product of the city's east side, off Kelly Road, just blocks from Eastland Mall, who doesn't know when to quit. He's 65, lives in...
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Going Far Out With Empire of the Sun
Trying to untangle dance-pop duo's sci-fi positivity yarn In 2008, Australians Nick Littlemore of electronic act Pnau and Luke Steele of folk-rockers Sleepy Jackson ditched whatever presumably normal...
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Cincinnati Theaters — Come and Gone
I’ve written about theater in Cincinnati for more than 25 years — including reviews and features for CityBeat since it began in 1994. I recently dug through my files on theaters that came and went...
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Cincinnati Shakespeare Company
Krispy Kreme Sloppy Joe comes to San Diego Fair: ...
Now, we all know fair food is bad for you. It's supposed to be. It's often deep-fried, wrapped in bacon or covered in enough powdered sugar to resemble an Aspen, Colo., mountaintop during snow season....
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LCM: The Fashion Forecast
BOYS will be girls and girls will be boys - that's the message that could easily be read from fashion right now: JW Anderson sending out his model men in halter neck lace tops and Martine Rose...
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Dries Van Noten
Megan Shepherd, 31, has spent her entire life aro...
On Tuesday afternoon, just a mile up the road at the Transylvania County Public Library, Shepherd spoke to a room of nearly 50 people about her new book, “The Madman’s Daughter,” which has been...
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Monster book sells for monster price on first day...
LONDON.- Over 1,000 people visited the London International Antiquarian Book Fair on the first day, with a record-breaking queue when the Fair opened its doors at 3pm on Thursday June 13, 2013 at the...
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National Gallery of Art
'The Impossible' Filmmaker Juan Antonio Bayona Wi...
... Dreadful," Showtime's upcoming "psychosexual horror series" executive produced by Sam Mendes ("American Beauty") has snagged an impressive director for its first two episodes. Spanish filmmaker...
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Check out these zombie films if you can’t get eno...
From the TV screen to the silver screen (and all points in between), the walking dead are everywhere, consuming our time, our discretionary dollars and our “braaaaaiiiinnnsss.” The latest entry is...
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Billy Crystal and John Goodman on ‘Monsters Unive...
Monsters University is the rare prequel that can cast its leading men as college students without anyone batting an eye. That’s the beauty of animation, and it’s great that Billy Crystal and John...
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Enbrel and the Autoimmune Era
Enbrel is one of the top ten drugs in the U.S. by sales, garnering the pharmaceutical giants who co-market the drug, Amgen and Pfizer, billions of dollars in revenue annually. People take Enbrel for...
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'We're in big trouble' - Why LFC must listen & le...
... is something I say at every club I go to, and it’s a sentence that I always say on the first day: If you are a top professional, if you are not a selfish person, if you put the club in front of...
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The Sneakiest Kinds of Malware
The Sneakiest Kinds of Malware Which is worse: a smash-and-grabber who steals one high-ticket item or an embezzler who gradually steals every penny? In a very real way, a virus or Trojan whose...
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Bruins bottle up Blackhawks’ attack
Allan Maki shares his opinion on the previous night’s NHL action and looks at the early news of the day Monday through Friday during the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Imagine what it must be like for the...
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3-D Printer Brings Dexterity To Children With No ...
Richard Van As was working in his home near Johannesburg, South Africa, in May of 2011, when he lost control of his table saw. “It’s a possibility that it was a lack of concentration,” he says. “It’s...
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Book to tell of 'the pill' with drama
A New York Times bestselling author has trained his sights on �a team of rebels� whose medical breakthrough here in the 1950s would change women�s lives. Many of us are aware that the birth control...
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NY critics sing praise, take whacks at Rosen-Sax ...
... was written by KC Rep artistic director Eric Rosen (book and lyrics) and Matt Sax (music and lyrics), who reprises the role of Clown MC, the show’s narrator and Greek chorus. The cast...
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Celebrity birthdays for the week of June 23-29
June 23: Singer Diana Trask is 73. Singer Rosetta Hightower of The Orlons is 69. Actor Ted Shackelford ("Knots Landing") is 67. Actor Bryan Brown is 66. Former "American Idol" judge Randy Jackson is...
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The Evening Sun
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