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  1. In response to concerns, Bill Bryson says movie about Appalachian Trail might also deter hikersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Bangor Daily News

    Baxter State Park officials are bracing for another surge in Appalachian Trail popularity with the movie version of the book " A Walk in the Woods " set to be released Sept. 2. But the author of the original the book, which describes his humorous journey up the AT, isn't so sure.


  2. Concerns about hiker behaviour on Appalachian Trail grows as use of 2,000-mile path explodesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Lethbridge Herald

    In this July 23, 2015 photo provided by Jackson Spencer, Spencer poses atop Mount Washington along the Appalachian Trail in New Hampshire. Spencer, who finished the entire trail in just 99 days, said he was looking forward to enjoying the wilderness and getting away from it all.


  3. Indian Idol Junior 2 elimination: Moti Khan last contestant to be evicted, finals next weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | India.com

    The latest episode of Indian Idol Junior 2 dished out a shock! Moti Khan who has been impressing us by stretching his vocal chords is out now! Yes, the latest episode saw the Sonakshi Sinha featuring show was a through entertainer. The kids crooned to the medley of Kishore Kumar's song.


  4. Fawlty Towers star Prunella Scales 'can't remember' her 53 year marriage due to Alzheimer'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Independent.ie

    Prunella Scales' husband Timothy West has described how the Fawlty Towers star has been suffering from 'a sort of mild Alzheimer's' In a real life version of The Notebook, Prunella Scales' husband Timothy West has revealed the daily heartbreak of dealing with her condition. The actress, best known for her role as Basil Fawlty's wife in iconic comedy Fawlty Towers, cannot recall the last half a century.


  5. Hikers behaving badly: Appalachian Trail partying raises ireRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | KBCI CBS 2

    In this July 19, 2015 file photo, Jesse Metzler, 19, of Newton, Ma., who goes by the trail name "Sputnik," celebrates on the top of a sign marking the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail at the summit of Mt. Katahdin in Baxter State Park, Maine.


  6. Spiders That Appear to Fly from TreetopsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Neatorama

    Image: Stephen P. Yanovik A recent National Geographic article based on data from a study called "Arachnid aloft: directed aerial descent in neotropical canopy spiders" published in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface details what's likely a horrible concept to arachnophobes: a flying spider. "Flying spider" is a bit of a misnomer, however.


  7. 27 Mind-Blowing "Harry Potter" Movie Facts That'll Make You Want to Watch Them AgainRead the original story

    Sunday | Seventeen

    Sadly, Daniel had a terrible allergic reaction to his green contact lenses and had to stop wearing them, while Emma Watson couldn't speak clearly wearing her false buck teeth. 2. The Duke Humfrey's Library made a huge exception for filming The Restricted Section scene .


  8. soraya_nadia_mcdonaldRead the original story

    Sunday | The Washington Post

    ... took it seriously. I decided to audition for Fiorello LaGuardia [High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts] for vocal performance and got in(miracle) and the rest was history. Getting thrown into the world of musical theatre was terrifying and ...


  9. Five reasons the horrors of 'Hannibal' have likely run their courseRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Examiner.com

    The NBC series " Hannibal " finished its third season August 29 with its two main characters, serial killer Hannibal Lecter and FBI profiler Will Graham , clinging to each other as they tumbled off a cliff . That may very well have been the perfect symbolic end for a show that this season was tossed away by its network.


  10. Oklahoma City Theatre Company opening 2015-16 season with still-relevant 'Of Mice and Men'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | NewsOK.com

    "This play is set during the Great Depression, and it deals with racial issues. Economic inequality and racial inequality are two big, hot issues right now," said Rachel Irick, artistic director of Oklahoma City Theatre Company.


  11. IoT for food and water: Here's what the future looks likeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | VentureBeat

    In the near future, IoT will drive tremendous innovation in the way our food is grown, processed, distributed, stored, and consumed. Plants and animals will literally have a "voice."


  12. Newport Gwent Dragons players surprise hospice patientsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | South Wales Argus

    NEWPORT Gwent Dragons players made a surprise visit to St David's Hospice for the hospice's annual family day on Thursday. A day before their friendly against the Cardiff Blues, hooker Hugh Gustafson, centre Adam Warren and flanker Nic Cudd made the short journey to Malpas to surprise more than 60 patients and their relatives.


  13. In Flight FilmsRead the original story

    Sunday | Lost In Translation

    Air travel often allows one to catch up on films missed and provides opportunities to see ones that you might have been unaware of. I finally decided to catch up with Christopher Nolan's critically acclaimed space thriller, Interstellar .


  14. Inside the life of Hollywood's 'first superagent', Sue MengersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Mail

    Lurid affairs with clients and brash fights with stars and royals alike: Inside the wild life of Hollywood's 'first superagent' who made Streisand, Newman and O'Neal A new biography reveals the crazy life Sue Mengers, Hollywood's first superagent, led as she worked with a number of A-list stars A new biography goes inside the life of Hollywood's 'first-superagent' to reveal the crazy, brazen fights and lurid affairs that Sue Mengers had with clients and stars. Mengers was the first woman to amass huge power and notoriety for representing A-listers like Gene Hackman, Michael Caine, Candice Bergen, Ryan O'Neal, Mike Nichols, Barbra Streisand and more.


  15. Something truly shocking happened in the Hannibal finaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Radio Times

    Alright, you must really want to know what happens at the end of Hannibal . The US thriller series seriously shocked fans last night with its series finale - and that's saying something given how disturbing the show usually is... It was a dark and seriously bloody affair in The Wrath of the Lamb as Hannibal Lecter achieved what he'd been striving for all series and persuaded Will Graham to kill someone with him.


  16. PC Think? NPR's science fiction and fantasy list was 'offensive,' says NewStatesman essayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | TeleRead

    "I read the 100 'best' fantasy and sci-fi novels-and they were shockingly offensive," says Liz Lutgendorff in her NewStatesman attack on a list from National Public Radio here in the U.S. So what's the fuss about? More than 60,000 of the NPR faithful voted in "The top 100 Science-Fiction and Fantasy survey." Ms. Lutgendorff says too many old books scored well in the survey, along with those she regarded as anti-gay or demeaning to women.


  17. Hot and cold: two movies at the extremesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | American Thinker

    Although this true story, brought to exceedingly vivid life on 3-D IMAX, stars A-listers Josh Brolin, Jake Gyllenhaal, Keira Knightly, Elizabeth Debicki, Robin Wright, Emily Watson, Sam Worthington, and Martin Henderson, plus many more, the biggest star turn belongs to the razoring, screeching wind animating much of the time on the world's legendary mountain, Everest. It stands ever alluring, heartless, colossal.


  18. 7Days: Regional arts and entertainment, by Michael HarringtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Philly.com

    American tragedy Famed for its behind-the-scenes meta-drama - the last film for Marilyn Monroe and Clark Gable, with a stellar turn by a fragile Montgomery Clift and a script by Monroe's estranged husband, Arthur Miller - John Huston's classic 1961 drama, The Misfits , is an absorbing look at down-and-out cowboys and out-of-place drifters in a tawdry, neon-lit new West. The film screens at the Colonial Theatre , 227 Bridge St., Phoenixville.


  19. Mailbag: Mystery solved on Arthur Conan Doyle series; sisters on -...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | Ohio.com

    Mailbag: Mystery solved on Arthur Conan Doyle series; sisters on 'Under the Dome' and 'The Walking Dead'; 'Aloha Vet' star died of cancer


  20. Antigone and a modern atrocityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 6 | Sunday Herald

    When Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down in Ukrainian airspace in July 2014, the ambiguities over who was responsible for such an atrocity, with the warring Russian and Ukrainian governments blaming each other, left its 298 victims in limbo. As they were found, the bodies were put into body bags, loaded onto trucks and taken to the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv for identification some 170 miles from the crash site.