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  1. Ugh, Ia m too young to be a maa amRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | LA Daily News

    Like other hideous four-letter words, “ma'am” should be used sparingly - and only when a woman really deserves it. I'm a “miss” or a “mademoiselle,” if you want to talk to me with a French accent.

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  2. Russell Crowe Really Wants To Do A Man Of Steel PrequelRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cinema Blend News

    Like Marlon Brando in the original Superman films, Russell Crowe played a key role in 2013's Man of Steel as Superman's Kryptonian father Jor-El. Even after launching his son to Earth before perishing on Krypton, his consciousness was able to tell Kal-El his origins and help him defeat General Zod .

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  3. Irregular Celebrity Crushes and the Glory of Crushing on ThemRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Examiner.com

    Maybe it was better - to be forced to like a real person down the street or who delivers the milk to your door or is your local blacksmith or a pen pal or the local sheriff. Since milkmen and blacksmiths are barely a thing anymore, the best way to begin your crushes is to have them on celebrities first.

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  4. Matthew McConaughey cried when he saw 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' teaser, tooRead the original story

    Friday | TheCelebrityCafe

    If you teared up when you saw the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser on Thursday, don't be embarrassed. Matthew McConaughey cried, too.

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  5. Interview: Tim Robbins directs play at PopejoyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KOAT-TV

    Tim Robbins is in town and was able to sit down for a chat with Action 7 News anchor Todd Kurtz. YOU ARE WATCHING KOAT ACTION 7 NEWS LIVE AT 6:00.

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  6. A hungry Gwyneth Paltrow fails the food-stamp challenge four days inRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sydney Morning Herald

    After four long days living like America's poor, Gwyneth Paltrow broke her much-mocked attempt at shopping on a food stamp budget in search of some chicken and black licorice. The multimillionaire mother was derided last week when she accepted the #FoodBankNYCChallenge from celebrity chef Mario Batali.

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  7. Bryan Singer Reveals Lucas Till Back as Havok in 'X-Men: Apocalypse'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Firstshowing.net

    It's getting to the point that X-Men: Apocalypse isn't going to have enough screen time for all the mutants who are slated to appear in the film, and it just so happens that one more has been added to the cast. Director Bryan Singer has taken to Instagram yet again to reveal that franchise star Lucas Till , who played the mutant Havok in a pivotal supporting role in X-Men: First Class and a brief appearance in X-Men: Days of Future Past , will be back for the next film in the mutant franchise.

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  8. The 6 Greatest Moments From the 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' PanelRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | ETonline

    The lights were off, the lightsabers were on, and the Jedi were in full force at Thursday's The Force Awakens panel , kicking off the latest 'Star Wars Celebration' in Anaheim. ETonline was there to live-blog and geek out beyond belief -- but now, we're breaking down the six greatest moments from the panel.

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  9. Matthew McConaughey understands your 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' feelings too wellRead the original story

    Friday | Zap2it.com

    The release of the new "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" trailer was an emotional experience for fans everywhere on Thursday -- but maybe nothing explains those feelings as well as this Matthew McConaughey reaction video. It turns out McConaughey's facial expressions from a key "Interstellar" scene perfectly match the emotions a "Star Wars" fan would feel watching the new trailer.

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  10. Pelicans coach Monty Williams celebrates victory and familyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Inside Bay Area

    Beating the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday night to earn a spot in the NBA playoffs was a joyful moment for Pelicans coach Monty Williams in ways New Orleans fans did not know. "There's a lot that's been made out of my emotions after the game that were basketball-related, but I had a chance to have my wife and five kids on the floor during an unbelievable moment for the organization," Williams told reporters Friday at Oracle Arena after the Pelicans' finished preparation for Saturday's playoff opener against the Warriors.

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  11. Bryan Singer Confirms Lucas Till Will Return as Havok for X-Men: ApocalypseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | ComingSoon.net

    Director Bryan Singer has taken to Twitter to reveal that X-Men: First Class and "Days of Future Past" star Lucas Till is set to return as Havoc for the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse . An interesting point to note is that Till will share the screen with Tye Sheridan, who plays the young Cyclops in the film, marking the first time the two brother characters have appeared in the same film in the franchise's history.

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  12. Santa Clara athletic director takes job with L.A. ArchdiosceseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Inside Bay Area

    Santa Clara's Dan Coonan is leaving his job as athletic director to work for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, the school announced Friday. Jeff Mitchell, the school's senior associate athletic director, will fill the vacancy on an interim basis until a replacement is found.

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  13. Clark displays Bierstadt painting won in Super Bowl wagerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Berkshire Eagle

    Visitors to the Clark Art Institute view Albert Beirstadt's "Puget Sound on the Pacific Coast," which is on loan for three months from the Seattle Art Museum after the Clark won a bet on the Super Bowl. Albert Beirstadt's "Puget Sound on the Pacific Coast," has rarely been exhibited in the Northeast.

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  14. Family wins back seized gold coins that could be worth $80MRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Berkshire Eagle

    A family was awarded the rights to 10 rare gold coins possibly worth $80 million or more on Friday after a U.S. appeals court overturned a jury verdict. U.S. Department of the Treasury officials insist the $20 Double Eagles were stolen from the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia before the 1933 series was melted down when the country went off the gold standard. 4 comments

  15. Obama: World would be 'pretty barren' without poetryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Silver City Sun-News

    Poetry helps people understand themselves and each other, and the world would be "pretty barren" without it, President Barack Obama said Friday. Obama and his wife, Michelle, celebrated National Poetry Month at the White House by inviting student poets to a workshop and reading by Elizabeth Alexander, the American poet who wrote and delivered a poem at Obama's frigid inauguration in January 2009.

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  16. Quartet named to lead restructuring of MassHealthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Ayer Public Spirit

    The senior management at MassHealth, the state's massive health insurance program for low-income, elderly and disabled individuals, is undergoing a reshuffling as part of changes announced Friday by the Baker administration. Administration officials described the effort as anchored around making the program more patient-centered and accountable, and more focused on customer service, behavioral health and supportive care.

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  17. A 'Mad Max' retrospective: Fueled by crushed metal and burnt rubberRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Examiner.com

    A sea of sand, an open road with no limitations, monstrously modified muscle cars, freaks in leather clawing at your face, and a bloodthirsty hunt for what has become the most desired resource known to man; gasoline. This is the post-apocalyptic world of " Mad Max " and it's best that you familiarize yourself with what you can expect come May 15 when the first "Mad Max" film in three decades, " Mad Max: Fury Road ," is released theatrically.

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  18. Mortal Kombat Gets Its First Gay CharacterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PC Magazine

    Heads up, Mortal Kombat fans. For the first time ever, you can now play as a gay character, if you so choose.

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  19. Oakland: Motorcyclist critically injured when hit by carRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Inside Bay Area

    A 24-year-old Richmond man was critically injured Friday morning when the motorcycle he was riding was hit by a car in West Oakland, police said. Police said the motorcyclist was going westbound on West Grand when he was hit by a car turning northbound onto Mandela.

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  20. Review: Family and the ghetto are sources of both joy and sorrow in 'The Turner House'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Inside Bay Area

    In the opening pages of "The Turner House" -- Angela Flournoy's wonderful debut novel about an African-American family with 13 children set in 2008 Detroit -- the eldest of them is tussling with a ghostly haint, come to pull him out the window of the Turner family home. It's 1958; Cha-Cha, as he's known, is then just 14. But this specter isn't a passing adolescent fantasy; instead it hovers just out of sight throughout Cha-Cha's life.

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