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An Organic Tale of a Chemical Nature
The Power of WordsWords are powerful. Consider, for instance, the fact that right now you are staring at a grid of pixels on a computer screen and somehow because of this you hear a voice — my...
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Classic films return to Charles Theater
The historic Charles Theatre located on 1711 N. Charles St. recently released its Revival Series fall schedule and will play the films included in its original 485-seat theatre. These classic flicks...
Read more at The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
Facts & figures
Going out to see artsy stuff will change your brain. It's a fact. Actually, it's some listicle linkbait faux-news pop-up web page I saw somewhere here on the interwebs. But anyway, I'm sure that some...
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Alien invasion heads to Melbourne's Docklands
Melbourne will be the setting for an alien invasion. Should we expect similar scenes to those seen in Independence Day? Strange things are soon to be afoot on the Melbourne horizon. UFOs and aliens...
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Northern Daily Leader
The Young Witness
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Arthur C. Clarke
Fall Film Preview
This fall, Gone Girl, Gone Girl, Gone Girl! But before we get all dark and twisty, let's check into what's happening locally. The first of the 'Burgh's two long-running festivals to return is the...
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Colours take front row seat at NY Fashion Week
Victoria Beckham unveils new line at New York Fashion Week Sunday was a day for remembering and looking ahead as New York Fashion Week continued in Manhattan. Early in the day, one of fashion’s own...
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
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How John Lennon affects U.S. immigration fight ‹ ...
The argument over President Barack Obama’s legal authority to defer deportations began 42 years ago with a bit of hashish, a dogged lawyer and John Lennon and Yoko Ono. President Richard Nixon was...
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Jefferson City News Tribune
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Immigration and Naturalization Service
Colors take front row seat at NY Fashion Week
Sunday was a day for remembering and looking ahead as New York Fashion Week continued in Manhattan. Early in the day, one of fashion's own (albeit a sharp-tongued one) was remembered at Joan Rivers'...
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The Sacramento Bee
New Jersey Herald
Arthur C Clarke's 'Childhood's End' Coming to Tel...
The US SyFy network has announced it is to adapt Arthur C Clarke's novel The Childhood's End into a six-hour TV series. Clarke's novel details life on Earth while it is under the benign control of a...
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Kate Moss spends 100,000 pounds on neon sign - ne...
Supermodel Kate Moss has splurged a whopping 100,000 pounds to acquire a neon sign of her own name. Moss has given the huge sum to commission artist Chris Bracey to create the hot pink neon tube...
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Chris Isaak Talks NYCB Theatre at Westbury Show, ...
Songwriter, guitarist, vocalist, actor, director and bandleader Chris Isaak is in the process of crisscrossing the Northeast, with stops on eastern Long Island, Connecticut, then back to Long Island...
Read more at Long Island Press
'The Last of Robin Hood' review: True-life tale o...
Kevin Kline seems like he was born to play Errol Flynn. The debonair, mustachioed actor with a sparkle in his eye was memorable as the swashbuckling Douglas Fairbanks in the late Richard...
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Palo Alto Weekly
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Day in the Life of TIFF: Opening Night
The best and worst of the fest's opening night—featuring bike valets, Bill Murray Day, and a soppy Robert Downey, Jr. drama. Every morning during TIFF 2014, we’ll recap the best (What Rules) and...
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Bill Murray Day
AfrikaBurn and Burning Man are brutal and magnifi...
On paper the Burning Man festival in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert is like AfrikaBurn, its regional offshoot in the Karoo: a circular layout with camps enclosing a big, open space in a desert setting...
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Temple of Grace
Ten Commandments Miniseries Headed to NBC and WGN
... Bible" series features Moses in its first episode. Two new mini-series based on the Ten Commandments are headed to NBC and WGN. "Damages" creator Todd A. Kessler, helms NBC's television epic,...
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The Good Wife
Spoke Art's Stanley Kubrick Art Show
Over the course of 45 years,
made only 13 films. It’s a staggering number because his work is so influential, so revered and still so incredibly powerful, each one might as well count...
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A Clockwork Orange
Full Metal Jacket
Top 10 photos of the week:
Your weekly dose of top-10 photos from around the world, shot by the award-winning Motorsport.com photographers. Welcome to this week's top 10 photos chosen by our own photo editors. We hope you...
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Fall Films 2014
Scott Renshaw Every cinematic fall brings talk of "awards season," and the titles almost certain to draw either critical praise or Oscar voters' love, if not both. But I find myself perversely...
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Alejandro González Iñárritu
Art shows get movie-trailer treatment: Eight of t...
Movies have trailers. Books have trailers. And now art shows have trailers. Which means that a form of communication generally reserved for gun-toting space heroes is now being used to present shows...
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Rodney Brooks' robots have assisted soldiers, nuclear scientists and even the house-proud. But not everyone is happy about their emerging capabilities. Four hours after American Airlines Flight 11...
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