Are You Young, Broke and Single?
Jun25

Are You Young, Broke and Single?

The financial website Money Under 30 has compiled its first “Best Cities in America to be Young, Broke and Single.” Maybe you live in one. The financial website Money Under...

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The Books Of Summer
Jun25

The Books Of Summer

Have you started a summer book? Time has compiled a list of its favorite summer reads from the past 40 years, and is asking readers to take its poll and help us crown the All-Time, Ultimate Summer Read. The magazine is also inviting readers to add books to the list. TIME Presents the 12 All-Time Great Summer Reads Love Story, Erich Segal (1970) The Exorcist, William Peter Blatty (1971) Jaws, Peter Benchley (1974) Tinker Tailor Soldier...

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JoyHog’s Daily Bacon

WHAT’S ON OUR PLATE Mad Men. Strong season finale sets the table for the end of the story. Blackhawks. Chicago hoists the Stanley Cup again after wild Game 6 finish. Monsters University. Pixar earns its 14th No. 1 at the box office — out of 14 releases. Paul Giamatti. The American actor will play Cora’s brother on Downton Abbey. Nik Wallenda. Breathtaking Sunday stroll on a wire across the Grand Canyon. No sweat. Richard...

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Jobs Trailer 1
Jun23

Jobs Trailer 1

Open Road Films has released the trailer for Jobs, the Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher, Dermot Mulroney, Josh Gad, Lukas Haas, J.K. Simmons and Matthew Modine. ‘Jobs‘ Trailer — Huffington...

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10 Things We Learned This Week

1. Neil Patrick Harris will star on Broadway in the spring as the gender-bent rock chanteuse in Hedwig and the Angry Inch. 2. Tony Hawk is donating his first skateboard to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. 3. Frank Langella will play King Lear at Britain’s Chichester Festival Theatre this autumn and then take it to the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York early next year. 4. British visual artist and...

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