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On Wednesday evening, Bill O'Reilly returned from vacation to anchor his Fox News Channel program live to discuss the situation in Ferguson, Missouri since the death of Michael Brown on August 9. In just over an eight-minute-long "Talking Points" segment, O'Reilly addressed multiple aspects of the story, but specifically slammed MSNBC commentator ... (more)
7 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press
But as it turns out, time doesn't necessarily fly when you're flying through time.
10 hrs ago | Clackamas Review
When Peter Max was attending art school in Manhattan in the 1950s, a stunning blonde woman used to walk by him and his friends every now and then.
A DOUBLE celebration next month marks the birthday of one of Britain's greatest children's authors and the 50th anniversary of one of his biggest global hits.
A decade ago, on store shelves near and wide, fans had their last chance to obtain the uncut theatrical versions of the Star Wars trilogy.
Lois Lowry's children's books, such as "The Giver" and "Number The Stars," are famous in many elementary and middle schools, and infamous in others, for subtly addressing grown up subjects like racism, anti-authoritarianism, murder and the Holocaust.
Dave Grohl has taken the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to a whole new level. With the help of his fellow Foo Fighters and a little movie magic, Grohl sends up the classic horror movie Carrie based on Stephen King's first novel.
Six-year-old William Paddick, front, with his brothers Thomas, eight, and James, 11, play croquet during the Story Museum's Wonder Walk around Oxford William Paddick, six, with brothers Thomas, eight, and James, 11, took part in The Story Museum's Wonder Walk this month.
There are many houses in Halstead, including some in Hedingham Road, Mallows Field and Colchester Road, which are named after novels by Jane Austen, the prolific 19th Century writer of classics such as Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Emma and Northanger Abbey.
The paper of record's assault on Rick Perlstein calls to mind a mirror-image situation that will make you scream When the New York Times recently added fuel to the bogus plagiarism attacks on Rick Perlstein's new book on Reagan, "The Invisible Bridge," with what Paul Krugman rightly derided as "' opinions differ on shape of the planet ' ... (more)
Should grownups be spending their time reading young-adult novels, at the risk of missing the supposed riches of fiction written for actual grownups? A recent essay in Slate groused about the legions of adults who long ago graduated from the 12th grade but still devour YA fiction at the expense of everything else.
James Welch, hailed as California's foremost concert organist, has performed in this region numerous times in recent decades.
IT'S a show the leading man fled saying it was destroying his heart and soul, but Jeanne Tripplehorn "wanted something darker", even if it left her sick to the stomach.
At a dinner McDonald's hosted for reporters and bloggers, waiters served cuisine prepared by celebrity chefs using ingredients from the chain's menu.
Paul McCartney and Barbra Streisand were just two of the many celebrities in attendance at Ronald Perelman 's fifth annual fundraiser for New York City's famed Apollo Theater, held Saturday at the multimillionaire businessman's estate in East Hampton, New York.
Earlier this month, Anne Rice fans had reason to rejoice as Universal Pictures scooped up the rights to the entirety of the author's Vampire Chronicles .
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 12:49 pm
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