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The Austin Chronicle
SXSW Film Review: 'The Heart Machine'
The concept of dating is supremely more different in this decade than any other.
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Sun Mar 09, 2014
The Fresno Bee
Hollywood Notebook: Dhavernas goes from talking animals to killer cannibals
Caroline Dhavernas as she appeared in the FOX show "Wonderfalls." She now plays a completely different role in NBC's "Hannibal."
4 Mind-Tickling Questions With Bill Nye at SXSWi
The Science Guy and host of StarTalk Live brought his bowtie and science-heavy charm to SXSWi as part of Quirky and GE's "Night of Invention."
High hopes: For all the talk of a new vision for New London, there is no plan, little leadership
I had such high hopes, I really did. When New London decided to convert to a strong mayor form of government, I was sure that a corner had been turned, that this form of governance would permit a true leader to articulate a vision for New London's future and inspire its citizens and business owners to push it forward.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
MisterWives Keeping Busy On The Road Ahead Of Recording...
"It's going to be amazing to be able to live and breathe the making of an album," says the group's Etienne Bowler.
New Mexico set-jetting holiday inspired by Breaking Bad
For TV fans missing their fix of Breaking Bad, help is at hand - in the form of a set-jetting holiday inspired by the series.
Saoirse Ronan: The Grand Budapest Hotel cast was like being part of an amazing family
Born in New York in 1994, Saoirse Ronan was raised in Ireland - at the tender age of 13 she was nominated for an Oscar for her performance in Atonement Now 19, she shines in quirky director Wes Anderson's latest film The Grand Budapest Hotel where Ralph Fiennes plays Gustave, the concierge of a hotel in the 1930s as the Second World War approaches.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
De Niro and Cusack tackle postmodern noir
What's in the bag? A tedious, self-consciously quirky postmodern noir featuring John Cusack and Robert De Niro in two of the more obvious money jobs of their careers.
Tennis Gets Quirky in USTA's New Ads From the Director of Napoleon Dynamite
Ever wonder what tennis can do for you? Well, for starters, it can make you smarter, stronger, happier, more attractive and pretty much invincible.
Too radical for Rice? University's plan to demolish the historic...
Reconstruction of Vladimir Tatlin's model for the Monument to the Third International in the courtyard of the Art Barn during the 1969 exhibit, "The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age."
March 6 TV Picks: ‘Portlandia’ on IFC
Ecoterrorists storm an animal testing facility on tonight's episode, but don't worry - this quirky comedy hasn't gone all hard-core political.
Paparazzi - March 6th, 2014
Emma Watson looked stylish in a classic trench coat and black mini skirt as she landed at London's Heathrow Airport.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
"Detroit" at S.D. Rep. is not everyone's cup of urban tea.
Lisel Gorrell-Getz, Summer Spiro, Jeffrey Jones in Lisa D'Amour's Detroit now playing at The SD Rep. through March 16th Lisel Gorrell-Getz, Summer Spiro, Jeffrey Jones in Lisa D'Amour's Detroit now playing at The SD Rep. through March 16th San Diego, CA--- The one sobering moment in Lisa D'Amour's quirky dark comedy on urban decay, " Detroit ", ... (more)
Lady Gaga's favourite designer Iris Van Herpen vacuum-packs models in catwalk show
Are they meat or models? Lady Gaga's favourite designer seals women in vacuum-packed giant plastic bags for catwalk show From New York to Paris via London and Milan, fashion week was a celebration of all things weird and wonderful.
Paparazzi - March 5th, 2014
Kate Bosworth showed off her newly dyed locks which were a shade of ginger on the set of her new movie 'Still Alice' in New York.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Austin, Texas: A walk on the weird side
With new flights from London and the world's biggest music festivals, Austin, Texas, is reaping the rewards of keeping it strange.
The Huffington Post
Obama's New Budget Goes After Booze And Tobacco
The plan includes the usual targets, eliminating tax preferences for the fossil fuel industry, raising the tax on carried interest income and implementing the so-called Buffett rule, which sets a minimum tax threshold for households earning more than $1 million.
Fanaberie's 4th Birthday Party is this Saturday. Win a $100 gift card.
Voted by Time Out as one of the best boutiques in Brooklyn, Fanaberie is ringing in it's 4th Birthday with music, sales, and giveaways.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Sperling, Obama's quirky and loquacious economic aide, makes exit
It seems fitting that Gene Sperling, a White House economic aide with a taste for the theatrical, is heading to Hollywood when he ends his latest West Wing tenure this week.
Chloe Howl To Take U.S By Storm With Debut EP & Live Dates
UK artist and teenage sensation Chle Howl is set to impress US audiences as she embarks on a string of highly anticipated North American live dates next month, coupled with the March 11 release of her forthcoming 'RUMOUR' EP.