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  1. Wallace Shawn murder mystery in the UK will play Broadway, tooRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | New York Post

    Here's an enticing premise: 10 famous actors who worked together years ago reunite and, one by one, are bumped off. The play, "Evening at the Talk House," is by Wallace Shawn, which means it's not a conventional thriller.


  2. Congress: You can't fool the public on net neutralityRead the original story

    Tuesday | Memeorandum

    Congress: You can't fool the public on net neutrality - There's this quote from Abraham Lincoln: - "You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time." - It popped into my head last week


  3. Stay on the road this season with these winter car care tipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Proctor Journal

    Preparing your car for harsh winter temperatures before they strike is a great way to ensure your vehicle will be able to handle the year's coldest months. Both new and old cars need maintenance during this season.


  4. 150th anniversary of the Hampton Roads ConferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Hampton Roads Daily Press

    On Feb. 3, 1865, a steamboat floating in the waters of Hampton Roads was the setting of a meeting between Union and Confederate officials to discuss a peaceful end to the Civil War. An accord was not reached, although the meeting became a signal from both sides that the war was stretching on longer than anticipated.


  5. New York Waterway prepped for storm but few customers turned out TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Item

    Arthur Imperatore figured that even in the worst case scenario outlined by forecasters, people would want to get to go back and forth to New York city on his company's ferry boats, especially given that the tunnels would be closed and the Path and New Jersey Transit trains would stop. He prepared New York Waterway to cope with a regular schedule, and had 35 employees spend the night on bunks, cot beds and on the floor at the Port Imperial terminal in Weehawken so there would be no problem getting to work.


  6. Nick Offerman messed with perfection and shaved his moustacheRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    Parks and Recreation's Ron Swanson is as famous for his glorious, Tom Selleck-y moustache as his love of breakfast food and hatred for the Government. But when actor Nick Offerman showed up at the Sundance Festival on Saturday, that statuesque emblem of his gruff authority was nowhere to be seen.


  7. Cinderella to get live action remakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 |

    London, Jan 27: Cinderella is the latest Disney movie to be given a live action remake. It will be directed by Kenneth Branagh.


  8. Ali-Liston's infamous 1965 'Phantom Punch' gloves expected to fetch 300k pounds at auctionRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 |

    Fifty-year-old boxing gloves worn by American boxing legend Mohammad Ali and Sonny Liston during the infamous 'Phantom Punch' bout in 1965 are reportedly expected to fetch more than 3,00,000 pounds at an auction. Auctioneers Heritage Auctions in New York have revealed that the two pairs of gloves are among the most important pieces of memorabilia to ever come on the market and they would have a starting bid of 3,33,454 pounds when they are sold on February 21, but are expected to sell for double that amount.


  9. More readers respond to our question about Arizona civics test: LettersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | LA Daily News

    Understanding America's civic history is vital to our future if we are to preserve liberty and freedom. Alexander Hamilton said, “The safety of a republic depends essentially on the energy of a common national sentiment; on a uniformity of principles.” And what are these principles in the United States? They are contained in our founding documents, what Abraham Lincoln called the “electric cord” binding us together: that all men are created equal and possess the rights of speech, religion, property and a government by consent.


  10. Watch Louis C.K.'s New Comedy Special Right NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Billboard

    Louis C.K. is big enough to headline Madison Square Garden, but he's still down to do business like the good ol' days. A comedy special, shot at a club, for only $5? Why not! If you pre-ordered Louis C.K. Live at the Comedy Store , you got the hour-long video in your inbox on Tuesday .


  11. NBCa s a The Blacklista gets a true prime-time spot Feb. 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 |

    Megan Boone, the leading lady of NBC's popular popcorn thriller, which gets a showcase time slot Sunday after the Super Bowl, excitedly shares the news: "Harry Lennix [another Blacklist cast member] ran into Bill Clinton on Late Night With Seth Meyers ," Boone says. "Bill took the time to say that he watches the show, doesn't miss an episode, and he said great things about the writing.


  12. Louis CK's Latest Email Is A Fantastic Elegy to Comedy ClubsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Wired

    So yesterday, in the face of the impending blizzard, Louis CK cancelled a show at Madison Square Garden. All well and good; he's an arena comic now, and the idea of tens of thousands of people risking the weather to come see him was a lot to take.


  13. 4 ways to honor Abraham Lincoln in FebruaryRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Chicago Parent

    In February we celebrate all the commanders-in-chief of our country, from George Washington all the way to Barack Obama. But for those of us who live in Illinois, aka the Land of Lincoln, there's one president that tops the list-and you don't have to go to his former home in Springfield to party.


  14. Scoop: Switched at Birth on Abc Family - Tuesday, February 17, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 |

    Kathryn's mom comes for a visit in an all-new episode of "Switched at Birth," airing Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at 9:00PM ET/PT on ABC Family. As a severe storm warning forces everyone to hunker down indoors, Kathryn's mom Bonnie comes for a visit, bringing her friend Lucille , and delivers some unexpected news to Kathryn.


  15. Hartford NAACP President Abdul-Shahid Muhammad Ansari Addresses the State of the OrganizationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Inquiring News

    The NAACP, founded in 1909 is the nation's oldest and largest civil rights organization . Abdul-Shahid Muhammad Ansari, President of the Greater Hartford NAACP speaks candidly with Inquiring News answering the questions that are on everyone's mind.


  16. Why the Left Hates American SniperRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | The New York Observer

    American Sniper is a film of soaring patriotism and an ode to our courageous military. For too long Americans have lived with only two percent of the population losing arms and legs and dying so that the other ninety-eight percent can be safe and free.


  17. With Liberty and Justice for AllRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Townhall

    "I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice. And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue."


  18. 'The Power of the People': Selma Director Ava DuVernay on Fight for Civil Rights, Voting EqualityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Democracy Now

    In our extended interview with "Selma" director Ava DuVernay, we broadcast excerpts from her Oscar-nominated film, which highlights both Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s leadership in Selma, as well as the grassroots civil rights movement's role in pushing President Lyndon Johnson to pass the Voting Rights Act, and Coretta Scott King's secret meeting with Malcolm X while King was in jail. DuVernay also explains her approach to showing police and vigilante aggression used against activists in the movement for civil and voting rights.


  19. Sundance red carpet photos: Saoirse Ronan and Emory Cohen star in 'Brooklyn'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Salt Lake Tribune

    The Salt Lake Tribune) Saoirse Ronan and Emory Cohen, for the premiere of the film "Brooklyn", at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Monday, January 26, 2015 The Salt Lake Tribune) Saoirse Ronan and Emory Cohen, for the premiere of the film "Brooklyn", at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Monday, January 26, 2015 "Brooklyn" , the story of an Irish immigrant in 1950s New York faced with a choice between two men, made its premiere Monday, Jan. 26, at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival in Park City. John Crowley directs this adaptation of Colm Toibin's novel, with a script by novelist Nick Hornby .


  20. Jesus Christ Superstar stands the test of timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | IcNetwork

    Jesus Christ Superstar was one of the most innovative and controversial stage shows ever seen when it first appeared in 1971 - and while it has since been superseded both in terms of stagecraft and shock value it is still a daring and timeless treat. Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's rock opera tells the story of the last seven days in the life of Jesus through a groundbreaking score containing memorable melodies that trademarked the partnership - from I Don't Know How to Love Him, Everything's Alright and Gethsemane through to Superstar.