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  1. Hollywood Insider and Author Advocate Lynn Isenberg releases Author Power: Profit Before You PublishRead the original story

    Monday | Digital Post Production

    Novelist, Screenwriter and Producer Lynn Isenberg revolutionizes publishing in her new book Author Power: Profit Before You Publish pre-released today. Author, brand strategist and former studio executive, Lynn Isenberg challenges convention with comprehensive case studies and roadmaps applicable to all forms of content, including film, TV, digital, books, and events.

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  2. New York 4-star restaurant fueled by unlikely pairRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | CBS News

    There are more than 24,000 restaurants in New York City, but only six share the distinction of a four-star rating from the New York Times. The newest is Sushi Nakazawa, run by an ambitious American restaurateur and Japanese chef who crossed a cultural divide to make it happen, reports "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose.

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  3. NYT: Obama, CIA's Brennan 'Kindred' Spirits in War on TerrorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | News Max

    President Barack Obama and CIA director John Brennan are "kindred spirits" in trying to conduct the war against terrorist groups in a way that balances national security with civil liberties, The New York Times reported. Before the CIA director went on television Dec. 11 to defend the use of the agency's interrogation tactics in the face of a highly critical Senate Intelligence Committee report , he stopped by the White House and obtained Obama's tacit backing.

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  4. A Not-So-Brief and Extremely Sordid History of CheerleadingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Mother Jones

    Not all is sunny and chipper in the world of professional cheerleading this year. NFL cheerleaders from five squads sued their teams last spring, alleging sub-minimum-wage pay, mandatory " jiggle tests ," and other degrading working conditions.

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  5. Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filingsRead the original story

    Monday | Business Wire

    The Grant will optimize fibrin sut... )--EXCO Resources, Inc. today announced that its Board of Directors has suspended the cash dividend to provide additional funds to reinvest into the Company.

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  6. Allan Lokos and his wife Susanna Weiss.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Irrawaddy Newsmagazine

    Two years ago, before the Heho crash, Allan Lokos, 73, was enjoying a late-blooming career as a meditation teacher in New York City. His recently published books on cultivating patience and equanimity had found an audience in the fast-growing American market for insights drawn from Buddhism.

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  7. No longer the butt of jokes, Schmaltz makes a comebackRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Seattle Times

    Schmaltz, a Yiddish word that actually refers to rendered poultry skin of all kinds, is the backbone of traditional Central and Eastern European Jewish cooking. Brussels sprouts and gribenes - bits of crispy chicken skin - were roasted in schmaltz, which is chicken fat that is sometimes rendered with onion.

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  8. Hollywood Insider and Author Advocate Lynn Isenberg releases...Read the original story

    Monday | PRWeb

    Lynn Isenberg's "Author Power: Profit Before You Publish" is a publishing game-changer from a Hollywood Insider showing authors and publishers how to generate profits before their words leave their desktops. In an ever-changing literary eco-system that endangers content creators, "Author Power: Profit Before You Publish" offers clever alternative ways to generate profits before publishing.

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  9. NYT Corrects Saturday March Coverage Twice, Ignores NYC 'We Want Dead Cops' ChantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | NewsBusters.org

    It's a good thing that establishment press publications like the New York Times have those layers of editors and fact-checkers. They're able to prevent embarrassing things like misstatements of commonly known facts, misidentifications of key parties involved in recent events, and misspellings those sloppy bloggers and new media types routinely publish.

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  10. Court reconsiders anti-Muslim film on YouTubeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Washington Post

    In this Sept. 25, 2012 file photo, actress Cindy Lee Garcia speaks with the Associated Press in New York about her role in the controversial film, "Innocence of Muslims."

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  11. On Native GroundSTIMULUS for Rural Areas Begins with BroadbandRead the original story

    Sunday | American Reporter

    My wife is a smoker. Except for one year when she quit, she's been a smoker since she was about 18. But she's cut back, from as many as three packs a day to just three cigarettes.

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  12. My HorizonsA Moment with Hugo ChavezRead the original story

    Sunday | American Reporter

    Last week, for the first time in my adult life, I didn't buy a copy of The Boston Globe . Aside from when I was away from New England for military service, every weekday for the past 30 years, I've bought a Globe .

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  13. Obituary: Sy Berger / Creator of the modern baseball trading cardRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Sy Berger, who transformed a boys' hobby into a high-stakes pop culture niche as the father of the modern-day baseball trading card, died Sunday in Rockville Centre, N.Y., on Long Island. He was 91. Baseball cards date to the 19th century, but for Mr. Berger, the decade after World War II was the perfect time to revitalize them.

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  14. Brasch WordsCHEAP-Shot Ads Cost McCAIN DearlyRead the original story

    Sunday | American Reporter

    This is the documentary by James Marsh that tells the story of the moment in August 1974 when 24-year-old French daredevil, juggler, tightrope walker and pickpocket Philippe Petit stepped out on a wire strung between the two towers of the World Trade Center and, holding a balance bar, danced in the air for an awe-inspiring 45 minutes. The film won two awards at Sundance, is rated at 100 percent on the site Rotten Tomatoes.com, received ecstatic reviews, and will be released on DVD on December 9th.

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  15. Sy Berger, Designer of the Modern Baseball Card, Dies at 91Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | TIME.com

    Fans hold Topps Baseball same day baseball cards during the T-Mobile Major League Baseball All-Star FanFest at the Minneapolis Convention Center on Friday, July 11, 2014 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Baseball cards actually date to the 1800s, but Berger was responsible for turning them into the version we know today Sy Berger, who brought about the modern baseball trading card, thus creating an American cultural past-time and a flashpoint for childhood nostalgia , died on Sunday at his home in Rockville Centre, New York.

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  16. Lena Dunham buys in BrooklynRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Stuff.co.nz

    Actor Lena Dunham has reportedly paid $US4.8 million for a "condo" - US speak for a well-built apartment - in Brooklyn, New York. The creator, writer and star of the HBO television series Girls and her musician boyfriend Jack Antonoff, lead guitarist of the band Fun, have already moved into the four-bedroom spread, according to the Daily Mail.

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  17. Terry Jones On Four Decades Of Monty Python And Robin Williams' Final FilmRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Deadline

    Monty Python 's Terry Jones arrived during a break in the clouds Friday for a quick ADR session at West LA's The Village, the storied recording studio where the late Robin Williams lent his voice to Jones' upcoming sci-fi comedy Absolutely Anything shortly before his death this summer. "One thing we're grateful to Robin for is he was the first to come on and he stuck with the whole thing," recalled Jones' close collaborator Gavin Scott .

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  18. Jeffrey Gamblero, Nets neon superfan, is on life support after leapRead the original story

    Sunday | Nets Daily

    Jeffrey Gamblero, who became famous as the Nets neon superfan then was unceremoniously tossed out of the Garden earlier this month, is in critical condition and on life support at a Queens hospital He leapt from a window Saturday night. He is not expected to survive.

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  19. Double Standard: NYT's Q&A Reporter Fawned Over Lefty Doonesbury ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | NewsBusters.org

    Two recent Q&A sessions by New York Times reporter Jim Rutenberg for the paper's Sunday magazine encapsulated the paper's liberal double standards. While Rutenberg threw challenging, testy questions at conservative Iowa Rep. Steve King in this Sunday's edition , he carried out a sympathetic, almost fawning session with lefty "Doonesbury" cartoonist Gerry Trudeau last month.

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  20. Model's friendship with the gunman who was 13 when he shot her in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Mail

    Islamic terrorists take thirteen customers hostage in Sydney cafe: Crying women forced by at least two armed militants to hold black flag against the window for the world to see 'I ran that n***** over': Two women who encouraged their friend to run over and kill black man after brutally beating and robbing him in unprovoked race-hate attack face prison Bill Cosby says he only expects the 'black media' to give him a fair hearing over rape claims as he praises his wife's 'love and strength' Women who lift weights now seen as 'attractive' by men - and fitness fanatics like Cameron Diaz are leading the athletic trend Queen of the Amazon: Filmmaker 'marries' Ecuadorian tribal warrior after meeting him when she went to the country to film documentary Woman left rotting in New York City morgue freezer for a YEAR after officials sent the wrong body to her cremation Daughter of Korean Air boss in ... (more)

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