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  1. Facebook Instant Articles and the Future of Content, With Playbuzz CEO Shaul OlmertRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Switched

    Facebook recently launched a new service called Instant Articles, which allows publishers to create content that stays native to the social media platform, rather than requiring users to click through to the content publisher's website. Content publishers of all types need to assess what this might represent as a trend: if content is staying walled into social media platforms, how do they adjust their business models? What are the important metrics for success? For Shaul Olmert, CEO of social content creation platform PlayBuzz which continues to be the most shared publisher on Facebook, the change is actually natural.

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  2. College to offer course about John GreenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Windsor Beacon

    The Rutgers University course will examine the merits of Green's writings against classic literature, such as Jane Austen's 'Pride and Prejudice.'

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  3. RobomanceRead the original story

    Thursday | Commonweal

    Most of all, Alex Garland's film is about the very human tendency to deceive oneself in order to feel needed. And to realize this last theme Garland pulls a fast one on his audience.

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  4. Hunting in Oregon: 7 Things to Know About Urban Coyote Hunting in Cities and SuburbsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | News Max

    Hunting enthusiasts in Oregon may notice an increase in coyote sightings in cities. Many hunters are wondering how they can say goodbye to the Wile E. Coyote howling in their neighborhood.

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  5. Trailer and Poster for A Walk in the Woods ReleasedRead the original story

    Thursday | Shockya.com

    Robert Redford, Nick Nolte and Emma Thompson star in an unconventional roadtrip buddy movie, "A Walk in the Woods." The film, based on the bestseller by Bill Bryson, stars Redford as Bryson himself, who decided to take a hike into the Appalachians.

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  6. Bush suggests literature, from Bible to historical thrillerRead the original story

    Thursday | My Mother Lode

    Jeb Bush is taking a break from questions about health care, immigration and Middle East policy to toss off some of his memorable reads, during a visit to Michigan. At a town hall meeting at Emergent, a biomedical company, employee Clayt Robinson asked the likely Republican presidential candidate to name one book he should read this year.

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  7. Children's festival acts run the gamutRead the original story

    Thursday | St. Albert Gazette

    The tents are up. The banners are flying and the 34th annual Northern Alberta International Children's Festival is overflowing with vibrant, positive energy.

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  8. Pussy Galore returns to James Bond thrillerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New York Daily News

    James Bond is reuniting with his old nemesis, Pussy Galore, the archly named female gangster last seen cavorting with the debonair spy in the film "Goldfinger." A new novel by Anthony Horowitz, titled "Trigger Mortis," presents again the shameless "Bond girl" who was played on film by actress Honor Blackman in 1964.

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  9. Cast Announced For Fat Shirley's: A Trailer Park OperaRead the original story

    Thursday | Chattanoogan.com

    Casting has been announced for a new production of Fat Shirley's: A Trailer Park Opera, a two act musical comedy opening at the Mountain Arts Community Center on July 31. Directed by Josh Ruben, Fat Shirley's: A Trailer Park Opera explores the lives of trailer park residents in the aftermath of the death of their beloved landlady Fat Shirley.

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  10. DLT Announces Upcoming Production "The 39 Steps"Read the original story

    Thursday | Chattanoogan.com

    "The 39 Steps" will be presented on the stage of Dalton Little Theatre beginning June 12 and will run for three weekends.

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  11. `'The Complete Star Wars Trilogy: The Original Radio Dramas' reviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Examiner.com

    A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, there came a time of revolution, when Rebels united to challenge a tyrannical Empire. - Intro to every episode in The Complete Star Wars Trilogy: The Original Radio Dramas You've seen the films.

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  12. 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens': Andy Serkis' character is...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Entertainment Weekly

    Ever since he was announced as part of The Force Awakens cast, no one has been sure which character would be brought to life by the performance-capture trailblazer, who breathed humanity into inhuman characters such as Gollum in The Lord of the Rings and Caesar in Rise of the Planet of the Apes , among many others.

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  13. TCM taps Shreveport's William Joyce and Brandon Oldenburg to host summerlong 'Movie Camp' seriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Times-Picayune

    William Joyce, left, and Brandon Oldenburg -- both of Shreveport's Moonbot Studios -- are hosting TCM's Movie Camp, a series aimed at sparking the imaginations of younger viewers by introducing them to various enduring Hollywood classics. The year was 1977 and a freshman art student named William Joyce had just been rocked by what would turn out to be a life-altering epiphany.

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  14. 'Trigger Mortis': New Bond Novel Brings Back Pussy GaloreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    What kind of birthday gift do you get a man who's already got everything? It's a well-worn riddle - and one that gets all the more difficult if the man in question happens to have died a half-century ago. Luckily for Ian Fleming, today's 107-year-old birthday boy and the creator of James Bond, novelist Anthony Horowitz knows just the gift: a reunion with an old friend.

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  15. Bond, James Bond: An Infidelity IconRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New Man

    American men grew up idolizing James Bond for many reasons, including always "getting the girl." I admit, I'm a fan of the Ian Fleming character and movies.

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  16. news briefsRead the original story

    Thursday | Boulder Weekly

    The Food and Drug Administration is considering ramping up testing of milk to look for a wider scope of veterinary antibiotics.

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  17. Britain's Got Talent magician Chloe on Playboy days: I'm not sure Queen would approveRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Mirror.co.uk

    Sexy Chloe is proud of posing naked and working as a Vegas showgirl but thinks Harry may be her only royal fan if she makes it to The Royal Variety Show As the scantily-dressed magician who made a motorbike disappear on Britain's Got Talent, Chloe Louise Crawford certainly knows how to make a good first impression... just ask the audience at her topless Vegas show or the readers of Playboy. But as she prepares to bewitch viewers with her magic act in tonight's semi-final, she fears there's one person who might not fall so easily under her spell... The Queen .

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  18. Melanie Rice: Staging an Atlanti...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Philadelphia Gay News

    ... major, mostly because my mom wanted me to have some kind of "safe or secure" profession like teaching. Then I took a vocal class and three weeks into the class the professor took me aside and said, "Why are you not a vocal major? You should be in ...

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  19. TIFF poll shows Canada's All-Time Top Ten filmsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Globe and Mail

    Atanarjuat has taken over top spot on a list of Canada's All-Time Top Ten films compiled by TIFF. Atanarjuat has taken over top spot on a list of Canada's All-Time Top Ten films compiled by TIFF.

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  20. Above the bar, below the legendRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | San Diego Reader

    ... at the Henry Higgins School of Proper Elocution could resurrect her. (One of the funnier parts of the dialogue: the vocal style the speech teacher wants her to master is just as strange and affected, in its own way, as Lina's.) As Lina, Andi Davis's ...

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