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Eisenberg's Lex Luthor to be 'complicated' character

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Eisenberg's Lex Luthor to be 'complicated' character
Jesse Eisenberg says he will portray a "complicated" Lex Luthor in 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice'.

Chicago Professional Moving Beyond The Clinical Setting In Nursing

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Chicago Professional Moving Beyond The Clinical Setting In Nursing
A common misconception about the nursing field is that career opportunities are limited in scope. Chicago professional, Lori Fox-Ward, shows how you can use your nursing degree to move beyond the clinical setting.

Empowering Chicago’s Youth Through Business Skills

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Empowering Chicago’s Youth Through Business Skills
President and CEO of a non-profit organization that inspires Chicago’s low-income youth to explore and practice entrepreneurship, Scott Issen offers some advice for others looking to go into the nonprofit sector.

Chicago’s Employment Opportunities In Insurance On The Rise

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Chicago’s Employment Opportunities In Insurance On The Rise
Insurance isn't just about car and home policies, especially when it comes to job opportunities. With everything from sales positions to analysts, insurance companies provide a number of viable career options to choose from.

Pakistan PM chairs joint parliament session as crisis deepens

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ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif chaired a joint session of parliament on Tuesday as a deepening crisis over mass protests demanding his resignation prompted fears of an army intervention.


Professor Branestawm by Norman Hunter - review

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'These books are original with just the right amount of hilarity and inventiveness' Continue reading...

2014 Samuel Johnson prize longlist - in pictures

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2014 Samuel Johnson prize longlist - in pictures
Two surgeons, an accidental professor and a songwriter are among the contenders for the UKs most prestigious award for nonfiction Continue reading...

A teenage guide to stress

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A teenage guide to stress
Blame My Brain author Nicola Morgan's top tips on how to stop the pressure of a new school year getting to you Continue reading...

From the archive, 2 September 1952: Mr Auden's anthology

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From the archive, 2 September 1952: Mr Auden's anthology
A review of the monumental five-volume Poets of the English Language, edited by WH Auden and Norman Holmes Pearson Continue reading...

ArtsBeat: New 96-Page Murakami Work Coming in December

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ArtsBeat: New 96-Page Murakami Work Coming in December
“The Strange Library” will arrive just three and a half months after Mr. Murakami’s latest novel, “Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage.”

Utah suspect swallows stolen ring, police say

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Utah suspect swallows stolen ring, police say
Two people were arrested on suspicion of theft after police said one swallowed a stolen ring in an attempt to hide it.         

Corvette Museum sinkhole to be filled in

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Corvette Museum sinkhole to be filled in
A sinkhole that swallowed eight sports cars won't be a permanent attraction at the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky.         

Corvette Museum sinkhole in Kentucky to be filled in

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Corvette Museum sinkhole in Kentucky to be filled in
A sinkhole that swallowed eight sports cars won't be a permanent attraction at the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky.         

Alligator caught in Alabama sets world record

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Alligator caught in Alabama sets world record
A gigantic alligator caught by a family in Alabama earlier this month has set a Safari Club International world record.         

Half-ton alligator caught in Alabama sets world record

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Half-ton alligator caught in Alabama sets world record
A gigantic alligator caught by a family in Alabama earlier this month has set a Safari Club International world record.         

'Guardians of the Galaxy' is No. 1 movie again

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By Keith Staskiewicz Marvel misfits rule the long holiday weekend, taking in an estimated $22.2M over four days

EW's 2014 Summer Movie Awards

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By Darren Franich Best Line? Worst Use of Good Music? Biggest Waste of Acting Talent? We recognize 30 highs and lows

'Guardians of the Galaxy': Top $$ of '14

published Fri, Aug 29 2014 23:00 GMT
By Keith Staskiewicz Friday earnings bring domestic total to $262.1M, putting it ahead of ''Captain America: The Winter Soldier''

Movie Review: As Above, So Below

published Thu, Aug 28 2014 23:00 GMT
Reviewed by Kyle Anderson | --

Movie Review: Life of Crime

published Wed, Aug 27 2014 23:00 GMT
Reviewed by Chris Nashawaty | --

New Music: New Music From Earth, Yob and Jeezy

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New Music: New Music From Earth, Yob and Jeezy
Among new albums, Earth’s “Primitive and Deadly,” Yob’s “Clearing the Path to Ascend” and Jeezy’s “Seen It All.”

Music Review: Miranda Lambert, Rowdy in the Catskills

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Music Review: Miranda Lambert, Rowdy in the Catskills
The singer Miranda Lambert took her “Platinum Tour” to Bethel, N.Y., mixing noble sentiments and rowdy poses.

ArtsBeat: Kate Bush Bombards British Album Chart

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ArtsBeat: Kate Bush Bombards British Album Chart
The singer’s return to performing has sent eight of her albums to the British Top 40.

In Performance: Conrad Tao

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The pianist and composer Conrad Tao performs the third movement of Prokofiev’s Seventh Piano Sonata.

Prince & 3RDEYEGIRL Face Down the Storm on 'Whitecaps'

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The Prince-powered gifts continue to rain down from the funky heavens like so much purple manna. A week ago we hear "Clouds" and just this morning http://www...

Sandy Wilson, Composer and Writer of ‘The Boy Friend,’ Dies at 90

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Sandy Wilson, Composer and Writer of ‘The Boy Friend,’ Dies at 90
Mr. Wilson wrote the book and composed the score for the musical “The Boy Friend,” Julie Andrews’s Broadway debut and later a Ken Russell movie.

For ‘Red Eye of Love’ Musical, Curtain Will Finally Rise

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For ‘Red Eye of Love’ Musical, Curtain Will Finally Rise
The musical revival of “Red Eye of Love,” by the Tony winners Ted Sperling and John Wulp, is already a victory of sorts.

Theater Review | Connecticut: A Review of ‘Things We Do for Love’ in Westport

published Fri, Aug 29 2014 18:28 GMT
Theater Review | Connecticut: A Review of ‘Things We Do for Love’ in Westport
“Things We Do for Love,” which was first produced in Britain in 1997, is at the Westport Country Playhouse.

Exclusive: Beresford Apartment for Sale, Home to Broadway Royalty

published Fri, Aug 29 2014 12:43 GMT
An apartment at the Beresford that was owned by the Broadway composer Mary Rodgers enters the market for the first time in a quarter of ... more

ArtsBeat: Hammerstein Festival Seeks to Inspire Great Lyrics

published Fri, Aug 29 2014 12:14 GMT
The Oscar Hammerstein Festival at the Bucks County Playhouse wants to encourage lyricists to engage with sophistication and wit.

Survivor singer Jimi Jamison dies, Arizona show canceled

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Survivor singer Jimi Jamison dies, Arizona show canceled
Jimi Jamison, the lead singer for Survivor, has died of a heart attack, according to the group's official Twitter page.         

Jason Mraz still relentlessly cheerful in Phoenix

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Jason Mraz still relentlessly cheerful in Phoenix
Jason Mraz seemed as happy as ever, filling Comerica Theatre with positive vibrations in support of "Yes!"         

Cardinals Calls: Players' favorite video game

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Cardinals Calls: Players' favorite video game
The Cardinals tell us which games they like to unwind with.         

Margaret Atwood to speak on 'cli-fi,' or climate fiction

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Margaret Atwood to speak on 'cli-fi,' or climate fiction
Talk by 'MaddAddam' author is part of ASU's Imagination and Climate Futures Initiative.         

ABC’s Bet on David Muir of ‘World News Tonight’

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ABC’s Bet on David Muir of ‘World News Tonight’
ABC hopes that David Muir’s blend of youth, approachability and off-the-cuff tweets will attract young viewers to “World News Tonight.”

Television Review: ‘Dressing America’ Takes a Walk Down Fashion Avenue

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“Dressing America: Tales From the Garment Center” tells stories about the people who built New York’s fashion industry.

ArtsBeat: Lars von Trier Returning to TV

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Mr. Von Trier’s English-language series will be titled “The House That Jack Built,” but little else is known about it.

ArtsBeat: ‘Masters of Sex’ Recap: Interventions on Several Fronts

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ArtsBeat: ‘Masters of Sex’ Recap: Interventions on Several Fronts
Bill, Virginia and Libby stop watching, and start acting.

Arts, Briefly: Taylor Swift Joins Mentors on ‘The Voice’

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Arts, Briefly: Taylor Swift Joins Mentors on ‘The Voice’
Ms. Swift is to step in as an adviser to contestants on NBC’s “The Voice” this fall.