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  1. Gore blimey! Mother-of-three uses face paint to transform herself...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    Care home worker Nikki Shelley, 33, uses face paints to create her monsters, zombies and ghouls - and she taught herself the art at home in Rugby, Warwickshire. The mother-of-three's impressive work has gone viral on Facebook, even impressing the special effects guru behind BBC science fiction shows Doctor Who and Torchwood.

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  2. Q&A with author Tom McLaren on 'Styling The Stars'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    This is the book trailer for Styling the Stars: Lost Treasures from the Twentieth Century Fox Archive by Angela Cartwright and Tom McLaren, foreword by Maureen O'Hara, published by Insight Editions Insight Editions has just released the beautiful new book titled Styling the Stars: Lost Treasures from the Twentieth Century Fox Archive by Angela Cartwright and Tom McLaren with a foreword by Maureen O'Hara.

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  3. Read Full ArticleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WDAE-AM Tampa

    DIRECT SHOT FIRED by some radio stations in the city of San Francisco as a couple of them have banded together to ban the song "Royals" by Lorde for the duration of the upcoming World Series. According to KMBC , KFOG Radio and 96.5 KOIT say they're pulling Lorde's song for now.

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  4. The Headliner: Partners from Barbra StreisandRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WNYC-AM New York

    Partners is the thirty-fourth studio album from pop giant, Barbra Streisand. Her new release features duets with an all male lineup including Stevie Wonder, Michael Buble, Billy Joel, John Legend, Andrea Bocelli, Lionel Richie, and the late Elvis Presley.

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  5. King of Late Night gets his laugh linesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    After listening to his friends and fellow comics sing his praises for two hours, Jay Leno did what he does best. Accepting the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor on Sunday night at the Kennedy Center, the legendary host of "The Tonight Show" performed some stand-up - grousing about getting old, reminiscing about his parents and dishing about the office interns.

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  6. 'Falling' an investigative dramaRead the original story

    Yesterday | Arab Times

    ... slightly peter out with a full act - inasmuch as this intuitively shaped film trades in acts at all - to go. Lydia's vocal impetuosities and justifiable internal grievances are brilliantly articulated in Williams' bristling, often spikily funny ...

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  7. An affirmation that differences can often uniteRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Virginian-Pilot

    It was none of my business, but I was relieved anyway when the Scots voted recently to remain in the United Kingdom. Naturally, it wasn't unanimous.

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  8. Actor Norman Lloyd approaches milestoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fort Wayne News-Sentinel

    Norman Lloyd admits he's taking things a bit easy these days. This year, he currently has only one film waiting for release and he now plays just two tennis matches a week.

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  9. TV Diary quiz: 'Hitch' brought out the best horror could offerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fort Wayne News-Sentinel

    What would October be without at least one Alfred Hitchcock film to spook us? It's almost Halloween, and TV viewing is chocked full of scary films. One of Hitch'sfilms, "Saboteur," airs at 8 tonight on TCM.

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  10. Seven Halloween books to read with your childRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    Halloween is just around the corner, and while you might have costumes for the entire family and plenty of candy for trick-or-treaters, you can't forget a good book or two to celebrate the season. Check out these books from your public library or favorite local bookstore, grab a blanket and some hot apple cider, and get ready to read with your child.

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  11. Dr. Lawrence Solomon: Renowned dermatologist, book...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Chicago Sun-Times

    The dermatologist loved a mystery - in medicine and also in fiction. His collection of 6,000 books, many featuring Sherlock Holmes, was testament to that.

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  12. What the World EatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Neatorama

    National Geographic brings us an interactive data visualization project that breaks down world food consumption. As you can see, globally, we consume more grains than anything.

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  13. Actress Susan Sarandon to play Marilyn Monroe's mom in Lifetime miniseriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    Lifetime's upcoming Marilyn Monroe miniseries is about to take a closer look at the bombshell's mother and how she affected the iconic star for better or for worse. E! News has confirmed that Eternally amazing and all-around fabulous person Susan... It looks like actress Susan Sarandon will be playing the mother of an iconic actress, Marilyn Monroe .

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  14. Lorde's 'Royals' Banned from San Francisco Radio StationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | OhNoTheyDidnt

    San Francisco Giants fans asked their local radio stations to pull Lorde's 'Royals' from their lineups until the World Series between the Giants and the Kansas City ends... and they listened. Coincidentally, Lorde said the Kansas City baseball team inspired the song when she first wrote it.

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  15. New haunted house in Downtown South BendRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WNDU-TV South Bend

    Halloween is right around the corner and with the leaves falling and temperatures dipping lower, there's no better time to enjoy some fall festivities. Now, thanks to the South Bend Civic Theatre, South Bend residents don't have to leave their zip code to enjoy some fall frights.

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  16. First-ever sex was performed side by sideRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WPTV Local News

    This is the placoderm, an ancient class of bony fish. Aside from having cool armor plating, placoderms are significant because the more they're studied, the more they reveal about the origins of sex.

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  17. Scientist stumbles upon spider as big as a puppyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | USA Today

    Scientist stumbles upon spider as big as a puppy Goliath birdeater spider can weigh up to 6 ounces, with a leg span of up to a foot. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1wdObG2 - Strolling through a Guyana rainforest one night, a scientist heard some rustling and thought he'd encountered a furry mammal.

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  18. Anthony Horowitz - Bond, Sherlock, London And MysteriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 21 | Londonist

    Thankfully, its fictional - the writer of TV series Midsomer Murders, Poirot and Foyle's War, as well as over 40 books, is one of the UK's most prolific and talented writers. His most recent work, the latest Sherlock Holmes novel Moriarty , is due to be published on 23 October and he recently announced that he'll be taking on another not insignificant task - that of writing the latest James Bond tale, Murder on Wheels .

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  19. Southbank Winter Festival - Can You Avoid Using The C-Word?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2014 | Londonist

    We're quite happy with the given name of Southbank Centre's " Winter Festival " as it means we can start getting Christmassy in October without actually using the C-word and enduring all self-loathing that comes with it. The festival itself begins early next month, but tickets are on sale now for the shows and entertainment.

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  20. Karen Nolan: Extinguished lightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2014 | The Reporter

    As a baby boomer, I have no memory of the world before Shirley Temple. When I was a child -- more than two decades after she starred in the movies that made her famous, and at least a decade after she had grown up and retired from the industry -- she was still ubiquitous.

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