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At the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on July 21, 2014, NASA officials and Apollo astronauts have a group portrait taken in front of the refurbished Operations and Checkout Building, newly named for Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first person to set foot on the moon.
Random Media has announced that Sarah Spillane's Around the Block will open theatrically in Los Angeles August 1 at the Arena Cinema in Hollywood.
Author Jeff Shaara never expected to be a best-selling writer with 13 novels under his belt.
Forty-five years ago a giant leap was made in the field of space exploration. On July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 landed on the moon and Neil Armstrong became the first person to step foot on its surface.
Previous image: Jerrie Cobb poses next to a Mercury spaceship capsule. Although she never flew in space, Cobb, along with 24 other women, underwent physical tests similar to those taken by the Mercury astronauts with the belief that she might become an astronaut trainee.
"She just sort of picked me up and took me down four steps and that was it." Eve Branson on those exaggerated claims Kate Winslet went from Titanic heroine to Necker Island saviour when reports she'd saved Sir Richard Branson 's 90-year-old mother from a burning building first hit the headlines back in August 2011.
APRIL 04: Actors Kyra Sedgwick and Kevin Bacon attend the HBO with The Cinema Society host the New York premiere of HBO's 'Girls' at the School of Visual Arts Theater on April 4, 2012 in New York City.
An eighth CD, 36 Cents, is scheduled for imminent release, and it's going to be good, if the title song-Michael's tongue-in-cheek reflection on the unsung lives of songwriters- and 493 Miles, Kevin's musing about the sudden shock of empty nesting, are representative.
Ah, the age-old wisdom of the Butthole Surfers. Such a hard truth. Yet there is an app called "French Girls" that lets you know how you look in the eyes of an anonymous "artist."
Chilling echo of Nazi death trains as MH17 victims begin grimmest journey: Bodies loaded onto freight cars amidst a 'stench of death' The slaughtered innocents: Smiling happily in family snapshots, the child victims of MH17, before they were blasted from the sky British TV news station apologizes after reporter rifled through suitcase of MH17 ... (more)
Cigarettes, nitroglycerine, sweaty vests, certain death. Expat packages don't come better than in 1953's "The Wages of Fear."
Now's the time to get moonstruck. Forty-five years ago Sunday, Apollo 11's Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to set foot on another world.
Valeria Novodvorskaya, the firebrand Russian activist and writer who died in Moscow on July 12 at the age of 64, was practically unknown abroad and had a somewhat scandalous notoriety at home.
July 20 marks the 45th anniversary of the moon landing , you know, if you believe it really happened .
Marilyn Lovell and her children follow the liftoff of the Apollo 8 mission, carrying astronaut James Lovell, on December 21, 1968.
Thirty years ago, a killing machine from 2029-assuming the form of an Austrian bodybuilder-arrived with a lethal directive to alter the future.
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