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  1. This is why time flies by faster as we ageRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | MSN Healthy Living

    A few scientific theories on why time goes by faster as we age, and how to use these theories in order to make it seem slower. It feels like a cruel joke by the universe.


  2. Abe Lincoln's library faces so much debt it's considering selling his ...Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago |

    Sometimes, even Abraham Lincoln needs a GoFundMe campaign. The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation, which supports Lincoln's museum in Springfield, Ill., has found itself $9.7 million in debt on a loan it took out 11 years ago to purchase a collection of rare artifacts from a private collector.


  3. Blackkklansman: Spike Lee Delivers a MasterpieceRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Counterpunch

    I've been watching Spike Lee's work from a serious academic perspective since I first saw DO THE RIGHT THING in my freshman Introduction to Film class in 2005. I've previously written about his issues with gender for CounterPunch that came to a head three years ago with the release of CHI-RAQ.


  4. The Moviegoer, Aug. 19-25Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

    Among those interviewed is a young Vaclav Havel who later became the last president of Czechoslovakia and a leader in the Velvet Revolution of 1989. Los Angeles Filmforum, Wende Museum, 10808 Culver Blvd., Culver City, 377-7238.


  5. World Premiere Of Spin Off Will Be Presented at The Riverside TheatreRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago |

    Creative Women New York will present the world premiere of "Spin Off" by Bernard Pomerance , author of "The Elephant Man," in a production directed by Ron Canada from September 21 to October 13 at The Riverside Theatre, 91 Claremont Avenue. "Spin Off" is set within the world of a network television series and weaves a surrealistic tale of characters attempting to "immigrate" from the world of fiction into the reality beyond the soundstage.


  6. Charlottesville belies racism's deep roots in the NorthRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News

    Today, this tragedy defines the nature of modern racism primarily as Southern, embodied in tiki torches, Confederate flags and violent outbursts. As historians of race in America , we believe that such a one-sided view misses how entrenched, widespread and multi-various racism is and has been across the country.


  7. Take A Motorcycle Ride In The Bluegrass StateRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Motorcyclist Magazine

    Kentucky sometimes gets a bad rap and I'm not sure why. It seems to me, the Bluegrass State has one of the richest regional identities in the union.


  8. BWW Review: Secret Cinema Presents William Shakespeare's ROMEO + JULIETRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago |

    It's that time of year again. Commuters watch and wonder, as waves of people cram onto their rush hour trains.


  9. Sally Field and Bill Pullman to Star in All My Sons at The Old VicRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago |

    'You don't realize how people can hate, Chris, they can hate so much they'll tear the world to pieces...' America, 1947. Despite hard choices and even harder knocks, Joe and Kate Keller are a success story.


  10. Christopher Robin review: now we are middle-agedRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Sight and Sound

    Ewan McGregor plays Winnie the Pooh's best friend as a grumpy grownup who gets a boost from the return of his Hundred Acre Wood chums in this amiable, poignant adventure. A reunion with A.A. Milne's Hundred Acre Wood menagerie that introduces the whole bunch into early-1950s Britain, Christopher Robin begins at the ending of 1928's House at Pooh Corner, Milne's last Winnie the Pooh book, with Pooh Bear and company bidding adieu to their playmate as he sets off for boarding school.


  11. Actress Farrah Fawcett dies at 62Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | RSM News

    This Aug. 13, 2006 file photo shows Farrah Fawcett on the red carpet before Comedy Central's "Roast of William Shatner," in Los Angeles his 1977 file photo provided by ABC shows actresses Kate Jackson, Jaclyn Smith and Farrah Fawcett, from left, as private investigators in the television series "Charlie's Angels." Farrah Fawcett is shown during a celebrity tennis match in Mission Viejo in 1977 for the show "Challenge of the Network Stars."


  12. Danny Tarkanian talks 2018 candidacy with RJ reader panelRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Las Vegas Review Journal

    The panel, comprised of a dozen voters from various backgrounds, age groups, occupations and political parties, met for a third time to discuss election issues. The newspaper invited 10 candidates to speak with the panelists, but Tarkanian, a Republican businessman, was the only candidate who showed up.


  13. Photo Flash: Sister Mary Ignatius Explains it All for You and the...Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago |

    Written by Obie Award-winner Christopher Durang , the comedic double feature, Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You and The Actor's Nightmare is an absurdly hilarious evening of theatre. Featuring Tony Award-winner Harriet Harris as Sister Mary Ignatius, Tom Story and Matthew Sullivan .


  14. Ian ZieringRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | BIO

    Ian Ziering is an actor known for his role on the teen soap opera 'Beverly Hills, 90210' as well as appearing on TV's 'Dancing with the Stars' and 'Sharknado.' Ian Ziering appeared in his first national TV commercial when he was 12 years old, soon after making appearances on soap operas.


  15. Tucci paints masterpiece in character studyRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Journal Gazette

    One of the finest bits of filmmaking in the 20th century came late in Stanley Tucci's "Big Night," a raucous comedy that ended with a quiet masterpiece of staging and acting, as two brothers - played by Tucci and Tony Shalhoub - made eggs together in ritualistic morning silence.


  16. Howard Davis Review: Reclaiming The N-Word - Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansmanRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Scoop

    Black resistance to institutional racism in the US has a long, tangled, and traumatic intellectual history. Although we may have assumed much too easily that white supremacists like David Duke had become marginalised as a political force, in reality they never really disappeared.


  17. Volo Auto Museum celebrating 'year of the Tucker' with displayRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Northwest Herald

    This exact replica of a 1948 Tucker was used in the film "Tucker: The Man and His Dream," which debuted in theaters in August 1988. The Volo Auto Museum is celebrating the 70th anniversary of the legendary car , as well as the 30th anniversary of the movie, with a limited-time display in Showroom 2. Seventy years ago, a visionary rocked the U.S. auto industry.


  18. UnBEARable! Christopher Robin's having a mid-life crisis, writes Brian VinerRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    UnBEARable! Christopher Robin's having a mid-life crisis, Tigger's lost his bounce and Eyeore's a bore in Disney's dreary Winnie the Pooh, writes BRIAN VINER Maybe only a bear of very little brain could have blundered into a film of such little wit, charm and originality as Disney's Christopher Robin. The Paddington films - which it strenuously and conspicuously tries to emulate - had oodles of all three.


  19. Signed Lincoln photograph up for auctionRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Herald Gazette

    Auctioneer Larry Trueman holds a item he hopes will generate much bidding at auction this afternoon -- an autographed photo of Abraham Lincoln -- believed to be authentic and piqueing much interest. When the auctioneer's gavel starts opening bids on a particular item this afternoon, it may start some mayhem at Echo Hill in St. George, as what is believed to be an authentic autographed picture of the 16th United States president will be offered to the highest bidder.


  20. Oldtimers Association honor 5 at meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago |

    Local stars shine : The Oldtimers Bats and Balls Association honored five people during its meeting last week, including Joe Grusemeyer, Rich Lipinski, Bill Bergey, Chalie Sgrillo and Eddie Coyle Jr. TOM WARING / TIMES PHOTOS The Oldtimers Bats and Balls Association last week honored five people during its meeting at Randi's Restaurant & Bar, 1619 Grant Ave. in Grant Plaza II in Bustleton. Joe Grusemeyer received the Frank F. Russo Humanitarian Award for being a benefactor of the Wistar Institute, a biomedical research center at 36th and Spruce streets.