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  1. N.Y. Comedy Festival Adds 'Tonight Show,' 'Nightly Show' Writers...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | Hollywood Reporter

    The New York Comedy Festival has added panels with the writers of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and the creative team behind The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore as well as a Comedy Central live stand-up show in Brooklyn featuring Hannibal Buress, Nick Kroll, Jeff Ross and others. The Tonight Show panel, moderated by New York Times reporter Dave Itzkoff , will explore how the writers of Jimmy Fallon 's version of the long-running late-night show put the episodes together.


  2. Google Plans to Unveil Its Version of 'Instant Articles' Next WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 30 | Re/code

    Three weeks ago, we told you about plans Google was hatching to launch a publishing tool to serve up articles on mobile devices. It would look similar to Facebook's Instant Articles feature, only Google would cull articles from cached versions on search, rather than hosting it themselves, and would release it as an open source tool to other platforms.


  3. subpoenaing a longtime Clinton friendRead the original story w/Photo

    May 19, 2015 | Daily Kos

    The unbelievable stupidity of the House Benghazi probe rolls on. Look upon it with weariness and disgust, all ye who can bear to even read one more blog post about it: Benghazi Committee Chair Trey Gowdy plans to subpoena former Clinton aide and longtime Clinton friend Sidney Blumenthal for a private interview on memos about Libya he sent to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.


  4. As Secret Trade Talks Reveal Cracks, Demonstrators Aim Death Blows at TPPRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 1 | Common Dreams

    As trade ministers from around the world continued meeting in Atlanta on Thursday for final-stretch negotiations on the corporate-friendly Trans Pacific Partnership , civil society groups demonstrated on the streets in a final salvo against a deal they describe as "a wholesale auction of our rights, our freedoms, and our democracy to multinational corporations who put profits over people." "They're getting close, but we can stop them," reads the Citizens Trade Campaign's call-to-action .


  5. Cancer treatment during pregnancy not harmful to baby, ne...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | Camden Chronicle Independent

    In the past, pregnant women battling cancer had to decide whether to delay treatment or terminate pregnancies, but new findings suggest children exposed to cancer treatment had no health issues related to the treatment, according to Reuters. A new study suggests pregnant women diagnosed with cancer - a group having to make difficult decisions in regards to delivering children - don't need to put off treatment or end their pregnancies.


  6. Viola Davis Gives The Perfect Answer To Soap Star's Criticism Over Legendary Emmy SpeechRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | NewsOne

    The actress opened up to The New York Times about her legendary Outstanding Lead Actress Emmy win and responded to criticism from General Hospital star Nancy Lee Grahn , who claimed Davis has never faced any kind of discrimination in Hollywood. The How To Get Away With Murder star's speech centered around Black actresses and the need for more diverse roles in the industry.


  7. Theresa Caputo a Live: the Experiencea comes to the Save Mart CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | The Fresno Bee

    There is a moment in the movie "Little Shop of Horrors" where the plant antagonist has completely taken on a life of its own, raging around the shop, demanding to be fed. "I never thought or dreamt it would be this big," says Caputo, the New York-born psychic medium-turned-reality-television star, whose show, " Long Island Medium ," is in its seventh season on TLC.


  8. Last Chance To Tell The LPC To Landmark Lady Moody's House & Coney Island Pumping StationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | Sheepshead Bites

    There's still time to make your voice heard and support the effort to save two of southern Brooklyn's most cherished historic sites. The Landmarks Preservation Commission has extended the period in which people can submit written statements or register to speak at an upcoming hearing where the agency will consider granting landmark status to several locations in Brooklyn, an LPC spokesperson said.


  9. How Do You Solve an Unknown Like Melania Trump?What we learned from...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | New York Magazine

    In a presidential campaign cycle full of familiar names and candidates who have already run a campaign or two or eight, Donald Trump stands out - a factor, no doubt, in his unexpected popularity surge. The same logic holds for his wife, who is rarely seen on the campaign trail and, unlike one candidate's spouse, has never been president.


  10. First Amendment: In words and gestures, Pope Francis re-awakens the American idealRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | The Janesville Gazette

    Charles C. Haynes is vice president of the Newseum Institute and executive director of the Religious Freedom Center. E-mail: [email protected]


  11. Access to encrypted communication, a balancing actRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | The Baltimore Sun

    A terrorist deplanes in New York, walking from the jetway to baggage claim and U.S. Customs. Halfway to the baggage carousel, his iPhone vibrates.


  12. Upcoming events scheduled in October at the Cedar Grove LibraryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

    Chef Jesse Jones, Saturday, Oct. 3 at 11 a.m. - Chef Jesse Jones will return to the Cedar Grove Library to prepare a shrimp stew with samples available for tasting. Call 973-239-1447 or drop by the Cedar Grove Library to register.


  13. New York Comedy Festival Announces More Than 50 Shows Added to 2015 Line-UpRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 |

    Comedy Central, in association with The New York Comedy Festival , announced today the addition of more than 50 shows to its 2015 line-up, which includes compelling and engaging panel discussions, classic stand-up, musical comedy and podcasts. NYCF will present the first-ever Comedy Central Live show in Brooklyn which will feature stand-up from HANNIBAL Buress and performances by Nick Kroll, Natasha Leggero , John MULANEY and Jeff Ross with additional talent to be announced.


  14. Bronx Mother Who Allegedly Threw Newborn Out Of Building Being Probed For Previous Infant DeathRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | WCKX-FM Columbus

    The murder case involving a former social worker who allegedly threw her newborn daughter out of an apartment building in New York has investigators looking back on the death of another child the mother had in 2008. According to the New York Times , Jennifer Berry, 33, was arrested on second-degree murder charges on Tuesday.


  15. US denounces Russian airstrikes in Syria. Will they prolong the war?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | Christian Science Monitor

    Russian officials say Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is crucial to fighting the Islamic State, while President Obama has called on the embattled leader to step aside. A man runs past a burning military vehicle at a base controlled by Syrian rebel fighters that was targeted by what activists said were Russian airstrikes in the southern countryside of Idlib on Thursday.


  16. New York Times Calls on New York Legislature to Abolish FusionRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 1 | Ballot Access News

    The October 1 New York Times has this editorial , suggesting that the New York legislature abolish fusion. The editorial does not mention that in 1912, the state's highest court, the State Court of Appeals, ruled that the state constitution prevents the state from abolishing fusion.


  17. How Parke & Ronen Started as a Street Vendor and Became a Swimwear MainstayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | The New York Observer

    In the past 6 years, if you've found yourself backstage at a Parke & Ronen fashion show during New York Fashion Week, it's likely that you've drooled in public. That wonderland is characterized by the rippling muscles on models of every complexion, lounging around in branded underwear.


  18. pretty pricey for mobile usersRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 1 | Universal Hub

    The New York Times takes a look at the load time and size of large news Web sites on phones and finds weighs in as the heaviest, most ad-laden of the sites - so much so that visiting its homepage just once a day for a month would cost a person with a typical 4G data plan $9.50 a month just to download all the ads. Whenever I go to their terrible site on my phone it pops open my apps because it wants me to download some garbage.


  19. 'My Kitchen Year' follows Ruth Reichl through a difficult year eased by favorite foodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | Christian Science Monitor

    When Gourmet magazine, America's first and arguably most elegant epicurean magazine, was abruptly shut down in the fall of 2009, Ruth Reichl, its editor-in-chief for the last 10 of its 69 years, was devastated. She felt stung, and guilty that it had happened on her watch.


  20. Neighbors Tussle Over Luxury Miami River Tower as Fight Brews Over Area's FutureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | Miami New Times

    ... 5-3 vote. It's not clear if the neighbors have any other options; their attorney hasn't responded to messages from New Times . Properties along the river are fast being swallowed up by developers. The Miami River Commission told the Miami Herald in ...