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  1. Minn-doza Line is United's measuring stick for inaugural MLS seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | TwinCities

    Hall of fame slugger Harmon Killebrew was a big reason the Twins turned things around quickly after a difficult first season in Minnesota in 1961. In the Mariners clubhouse, players said they didn't want to get caught with a batting average below the "Mendoza Line," which came to be known as .200.

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  2. 11 Films, Books and More Old Hollywood Gems to Check Out As Your...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | E! Online

    The legendary stars' just-as-legendary feud is at the center of your latest Ryan Murphy anthology obsession, FX's Feud: Bette and Davis . In the limited series, viewers will see what really was behind one of Old Hollywood's most infamous rivalries, and see the making of their only film, Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? Of course, E! News has rounded up the essential books, movies and podcasts you should check out if you want to learn even more about Davis, Crawford, their feud and Old Hollywood while you wait to see Feud: Bette and Joan unfold.

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  3. Canada's MacDonald Dettwiler to Buy US Satellite-Imaging Firm DigitalGlobeRead the original story

    Friday Feb 24 | The Oak Ridge Observer

    ... system, this functionality becomes possible. Over its lifetime, Nintendo says the Switch will be the home to over 60 indie titles, digitally and physically. The chief of staff, who was a central player in Trump's campaign, used their relationship as ...

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  4. Five Notable Releases of the WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | Brooklynvegan

    ... songwriting style but she doesn't stick exclusively to soft acoustic guitars. Sometimes she's making loud, crashing indie rock. Other times she's incorporating electronic beats, and on the album's longest song, "Mal a L'aise," she's working ...

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  5. Middle-aged: The dirtiest words you'll ever say to a womanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | Stuff.co.nz

    OPINION: Oh my Lord, there I am. Twenty years younger, wearing a vintage embroidered flowery dress, long tan boots and bad makeup.

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  6. iDreamSky to Establish Publishing Platform in China for Indie Developers at GDC 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | Market Wire

    Mobile games publisher iDreamSky has announced that it will host an Indie games developer party in partnership with Huawei at the upcoming Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, Calif. The "Big Indie Pitch & Big Indie Drinks" event will be held March 2 at the Barbarossa Lounge and will allow the best and brightest Indie development talent to meet, mingle, and network with games industry peers.

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  7. The Office star returns to the South WestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | Cornish Guardian

    Cornish fans of comedian Ricky Gervais still have a chance to buy tickets for his two performances in Plymouth this April. His tour, Humanity, will see Gervais head to the Plymouth Pavilions on Tuesday, April 25, and Wednesday, April 26, with the shows starting at 7.30pm.

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  8. Why 'Slap Shot' Captures the 1970s Better Than Any Other Sports MovieRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | RollingStone

    Over the last few decades - thanks in part to movies and TV shows like Dazed and Confused , Boogie Nights , Anchorman and HBO's Vinyl - there's been a pronounced pop cultural tendency to reduce the 1970s to little more than a fabulous parade of campy signifiers like mirrored disco balls, brightly-painted muscle cars, platform shoes, bellbottomed jeans, tube tops, Afro hairdos, pornstaches and piles of cocaine. It's an understandable impulse, of course.

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  9. 9 best concerts up next in Portland, Feb. 24-March 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | OregonLive.com

    The legendary Stevie Nicks graces the Moda Center with her 24 Karat Gold Tour, plus Portland dates from indie hero Mike Watt, melancholy Swedes the Radio Dept., hip-hop firebrand Vince Staples and many more on the way in the coming days. The Minders and the Secret Sea ring in the 20th anniversary of one of Portland's crucial studio spaces, with owner/producer Larry Crane sharing stories and recordings.

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  10. Red Carpet TreatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | North Coast Journal Weekly Politics

    ... had a flurry this year - from Disney's big-budget A Wrinkle in Time to An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn , the quirky indie that just wrapped. If you win anything, don't forget to thank your mother.

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  11. Twitch donates to Banner Saga 3 when you play free Banner Saga 1 & 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | Eurogamer

    I haven't seen this method of crowdfunding before: Twitch Prime is giving away The Banner Saga 1 and 2 to members for free, and for every person who downloads and plays either game via the Twitch Launcher, Twitch will donate $1 towards development of The Banner Saga 3. The Banner Saga 3 is currently on Kickstarter and has comfortably surpassed its $200,000 crowdfunding goal, raising $314,000 with 11 days to go. The maximum Twitch will donate is $200,000.

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  12. What's going on Friday?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | Brooklynvegan

    Monsterland, SAVAK, Fruit and Flowers @ Mercury Lounge '90s era band Monsterland were contemporaries of The Dambuilders and Lotion, and made a similar racket, with some really great singles - and good sense of humor - that hold up well against better known indie rock of the time. Tonight is their first show in 22 years! Hamilton Leithauser, Lucy Dacus @ Music Hall of Williamsburg Leithauser's weary yowl brought grit to The Walkman's raw sound, and it's aged well as his music has gotten smoother, like on his collaborative 2016 album with ex-Vampire Weekend member Rostam Batmanglij.

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  13. The biggest movie stars can't shake this interview legend 0:0Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | New York Post

    If you love movies as much as Annette Insdorf does, the Academy Awards may break your heart. Back when Paul Newman, star of "Hud," lost the Best Actor trophy to Sidney Poitier , the future host of the 92nd Street Y's "Reel Pieces" series burst into tears.

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  14. Beer Hall: The Oregon Beer Awards, Triple IPA Fest, and Black Out Beer FestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | Willamette Week

    ... legend Billy Hart (Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock). Now a freelance writer and professional member of the city's jazz and indie rock scenes, he spends most of his days writing, playing music or drinking brews in his spacious North Portland basement.

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  15. Chargers Arrive In LA With Uncommonly Experienced Coaching StaffRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | CBS Local

    ... Museums around Orange County's are offering terrific exhibits celebrating California and the arts. Best Places To See Indie Rock In Orange County Although LA is a big music scene, Orange County provides a various amount of intimate venues that offer ...

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  16. Benjamin Franklin Bailar, 1934-2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | Linn's Stamp News

    Benjamin Franklin Bailar, a collector of classic United States stamps who became the nation's 61st postmaster general and presided over the Postal Service in its early years as an independent federal agency, died Feb. 20. He was 82. Mr. Bailar was born April 21, 1934, in Champaign, Ill., and lived in Lake Forest, Ill. He had suffered a series of strokes prior to his death, according to friends.

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  17. John Gay Dies: 'Run Silent Run Deep' Screenwriter Was 92Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | Deadline

    John Gay , whose writing credits for film and TV include big-screen fare like Run Silent Run Deep and The Courtship of Eddie's Father and, on the small screen reach back to television's Golden Age and continued through the 1980s and '90s with such mini-series as Fatal Vision and Cruel Doubt , died February 4 in Santa Monica. He was 92. Gay co-wrote a 2008 autobiography Any Way I Can 50 Years in Show Business with daughter Jennifer Gay Summers, who survives him.

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  18. Boy wonder Justin Peck makes the Joffrey's 'Game Changers' soarRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | Chicago Reader

    ... dancers Dylan Gutierrez and Jeraldine Mendoza recalls two wide-eyed lovers flirting with each other. It felt like an indie movie-I kept getting the impression that the inspiration came not from anything dance-related, but from Peck's Instagram feed. ...

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  19. Complete McDowell Mountain Music Festival 2017 guide: The Shins,...Read the original story

    Tuesday Feb 21 | The Arizona Republic

    McDowell Mountain Music Festival brings the Shins, Flume, Gov't Mule, Grouplove, Chromeo, Lettuce and lots of local talent to downtown Phoenix. Complete McDowell Mountain Music Festival 2017 guide: The Shins, Flume, Gov't Mule, lots of local Phoenix acts McDowell Mountain Music Festival brings the Shins, Flume, Gov't Mule, Grouplove, Chromeo, Lettuce and lots of local talent to downtown Phoenix.

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  20. Twenty Years of Jackpot! Recording Studio, In 20 AlbumsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | Willamette Week

    To honor the platinum anniversary of Portland's most important recording studio, WW asked owner Larry Crane for liner notes on 20 albums recorded at the indie mecca. From the moment Larry Crane and Elliott Smith finished building their ramshackle audio production space along a then-deserted inner-Southeast byway, Jackpot Recording Studio has played an invaluable role in shepherding the growth of the Portland music scene.

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