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  1. Jane Austen artefacts to go on display in Basingstoke HISTORICAL...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Basingstoke Gazette

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  2. Here Is Your WIRED Star Wars Challenge for Day 84Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Wired

    For the seemingly interminable wait until Star Wars: The Force Awakens hits theaters, we're helping pass time by giving you daily challenges related to everyone's favorite universe. When you complete a task, send us a tweet @WIRED or tag us on Facebook.


  3. Marilyn Monroe's rare, nude photos to be in 'Red Velvet Collection'...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | LA.com

    Marilyn Monroe during the filming of "No Business Like Show Business." This image and more will be in the exhibit, "Marilyn Monroe: Red Velvet Collection," at Strauss Studio in Los Angeles July 29-Aug. 1. Photo courtesy of Limited Runs.


  4. HANNIBAL Season 3 Recap: "The Great Red Dragon"Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Collider

    In a 42-odd-minute episode, "The Great Red Dragon" immediately outdoes the enjoyable but shallow Red Dragon and, in a few key sequences, is a far more thoughtful and visually daring work than Michael Mann 's excellent Manhunter . So firstly, hats off to Neil Marshall, the filmmaker behind the new-horror classic The Descent , for creating such a emotionally stirring, hypnotic entrance for Francis Dolarhyde , known in the media as The Tooth Fairy, a serial killer who executes then maims "perfect families" by wedging shards of mirror into their orifices.


  5. Gastropod: Field RecordingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Edible Geography

    Plants that can hear themselves being eaten. Microphone-equipped drones that eavesdrop on sick chickens.


  6. NYU alumna Lindsay Burdge talks Hannah Fidella s a A TeacheraRead the original story

    Sep 5, 2013 | Washington Square News

    School is back in session, and there's no better time for the release of Hannah Fidell's new drama, "A Teacher," about a high school English teacher's dangerously intimate relationship with her student, in theaters Friday. For lead actress and NYU alumna Lindsay Burdge, "A Teacher" is the type of breakout role that actors dream about - an opportunity for Burdge to showcase her incredible range.


  7. Column: The bomb and us through the yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Alamogordo Daily News

    ... the button." Many project scientists had gone on to earn Nobel Prizes and other honors, and at least one became a vocal supporter of test-ban treaties. Meanwhile, at Trinity Site, visitors were allowed to stay no longer than an hour and a-half ...


  8. Is Fukushima radiation to blame for deformed daisies?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | WPXI

    An image of malformed daisies left some people blaming the earthquake-damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan and experts offering up explanations for the oddly shaped flowers. Twitter user @san_kaido took the picture of the mishaped flowers about 100 miles from the power plant and posted it in May. The image recently went viral.


  9. Make use of summer produce nowRead the original story

    Saturday | NewsandSentinel.com

    Today is a great day. One of my granddaughters, Jessica, is getting married today.


  10. Ernest Hemingwaya s a Green Hills of Africaa reissuedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Day

    In this April 3, 1934, file photo, author Ernest Hemingway and his wife Pauline Pfeiffer arrive in New York aboard the liner "Paris" after a three-month vacation in eastern Africa hunting lions. Eighty years after the release of “Green Hills of Africa,” the son and grandson of Ernest Hemingway are urging a fresh look at a work critics have often set aside.


  11. Hannibal's Richard Armitage on the Tooth Fairy's Wordless...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | TVLine

    Hannibal introduced a new brand of horror this week in the form of Francis Dolarhyde, a lonely film-processing technician overcome by the urge to slaughter entire families in their homes. But according to his portrayer Richard Armitage, he wasn't initially convinced he was the right man for the role.


  12. 'Hannibal' recap: 'The Great Red Dragon'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Entertainment Weekly

    Hannibal has always been a romantic show at heart, even if that heart has been skewered, grilled, and served as anticuchos. But the show has also always been Romantic with a capital "R".


  13. NYT Provides Rare Look Inside Christian Communities Decimated by ISIS in Middle EastRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | NewsBusters.org

    From the cover text: "Christians in the Middle East are being forced out of their homes, enslaved and killed. Why is no one coming to their aid?" That paragraph overlays a photograph by Peter van Agtmael of a statue of Jesus destroyed by ISIS in a church in Telskuf, Iraq.


  14. Documentary asks tough questions about internalized homophobiaRead the original story

    Saturday | Buenos Aires Herald

    ... our shared insecurity. Rather, it examines, with a focus that is both generous and sharp, the mechanics and music of vocal communication by gay men. Not all gay men, mind you, but the ones that Thorpe, who is gay, describes - in tongue-in-cheek ...


  15. Exhibition celebrates the 150th anniversary of the publication of Alice in WonderlandRead the original story

    Saturday | Art Daily

    The Morgan Library & Museum takes visitors on an unforgettable journey exploring one of the greatest tales ever told, Lewis Carroll's enchanting Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The exhibition marks the 150th anniversary of Alice's publication in 1865 and sheds light on the genesis of the story and its extraordinary reception in England and abroad.


  16. When Salinger Bonded With HemingwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | TheDailyBeast.com

    Papa was a literary star and Salinger was a soldier when they met during the liberation of Paris in 1944. Each admired the other's writing and the aversion to BS.


  17. "Jewish Jew baiter Jew baits." - " Bloomberg's Eli LakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Kos

    ... one reason he must be called out in public, so that the silent majority knows they are not alone in the face of such vocal attacks against those Jews who dare to critique Israel or stand in opposition to its government's policies. David ...


  18. A single tree yielding 40 kinds of fruits? NutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | The Times of India

    An artist's impression of the 'Tree of 40'. Each tree sells for around $30,000 and takes up to a decade to come to full fruition.


  19. Op-ed: U. accommodation policy still makes no senseRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | Salt Lake Tribune

    I was, and am, a vocal opponent of the University of Utah's now-adopted but ill-advised accommodation policy. I therefore consider The Salt Lake Tribune to be negligent and legally liable for printing Annie Knox's July 7 article on "trigger warnings" and the U.'s accommodation policy, without also printing an accompanying trigger warning for the emotional trauma evoked.


  20. Op-ed: Medical cannabis is a matter of personal freedomRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | Salt Lake Tribune

    The Utah Legislature will have the opportunity, once again, in the 2016 legislative session to pass meaningful medical cannabis reform. Cannabis, used as a medical treatment is not a panacea.