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  1. Morgan Freeman to be honored with the SAG Life Achievement Award

    Ktbb.com - Texas (TX) 08.23 / 15:40 ktbb.com
    ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) — Morgan Freeman is set to be honored for his decades of work in film by the Screen Actors Guild. SAG-AFTRA announced on Tuesday that Freeman will be awarded the SAG Life Achievement Award at the 24th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, set to air on TNT and TBS on Sunday, January … Continue reading Morgan Freeman to be honored with the SAG Life Achievement…
  2. Mom, boyfriend sentenced to life for torture, murder of toddler

    Abc13.com - Houston 08.23 / 15:35 abc13.com
    A Palmdale mother and her boyfriend have both been sentenced to life in state prison for killing the woman's 23-month-old son in 2014, prosecutors said…
  3. This week the Avengers are in town, film goes underground, and Ira Glass shares life lessons

    Sandiegoreader.com - California (CA) 08.23 / 15:33 sandiegoreader.com
    Marvel Universe Live Thursday, August 24, 2017, 7 p.m. Valley View Casino Center, 3500 Sports Arena Boulevard, San Diego $18 - $73 Marvel Universe Live The Avengers are joined by the Guardians of the Galaxy, including Star-Lord, Gamora, Groot, Rocket, and Drax, in a battle to defend the universe from evil. “Spider-Man and Wasp’s dynamic aerial stunts along with Captain America’s daring motorcycle skills will be on display in the ultimate race against time to save m…
  4. Living Near An Airport Could Be A Matter Of Life And Death

    Wiredprnews.com - Health 08.23 / 15:32 wiredprnews.com
    Studies have found that people living near an airport can experience a higher rate of respiratory problems. The post Living Near An Airport Could Be A Matter Of Life And Death appeared first on WiredPRNews.com | Press Release…
  5. Don’t Throw Out Your Solar Eclipse Glasses Because They Don’t Have a Shelf Life

    Macobserver.com - Technology 08.23 / 15:12 www.macobserver.com
    There’s a solar eclipse that’ll cut a path across Mexico and the eastern United States coming on April 8th, 2024 and there’s a good chance the glasses you bought for this year’s eclipse will still work even if they have an expiration…
  6. Catholic priest takes a leave after admitting life in KKK 40 years ago

    Gantdaily.com - Pennsylvania (PA) 08.23 / 15:06 gantdaily.com
    A Catholic priest is temporarily stepping away from public ministry after writing in an op-ed that he was a member of the Ku Klux Klan decades ago. The Catholic Diocese of Arlington in Virginia said the Rev. William Aitcheson volunteered to take a leave and didn’t elaborate on the length of time. Images of violence…
  7. Learning to See: In Photography and In Life

    Fstoppers.com - Technology 08.23 / 15:06 fstoppers.com
    I still remember the first time I heard the word. Senior year of high school. Sitting lazily squeezed into a metallic desk-chair combination unwillingly decorated with the carvings of amateur graffiti artists from years past. The boisterous post-recess classroom went quiet as my favorite teacher, and apparently everyone’s favorite teacher, Mrs. Wallace entered the room. With an ever-present sense of flair, she strode to the chalkboard and wrote out eight letters in big bold type. P…
  8. Lack of interest in ‘You the Jury’ TV show mirrors real-life disinterest in jury service

    Abajournal.com - Law 08.23 / 15:05 abajournal.com
    We have seen a bit of a renaissance regarding “legal” themed television shows and movies as of late. Hoping to capitalize on the trend, the…
  9. As Dakota Access comes online, America’s most pipeline-constrained shale play sees new life

    The completion of the Dakota Access pipeline in June has upended the region’s dependence on rail — good news for Calgary's Ene…
  10. These three items could save your life in a survival situation

    Azcentral - TopNews 08.23 / 14:54 azcentral.com
    Many people who find themselves in survival situations often make fatal errors before they even leave their homes, according to survival expert Creek…
  11. Country Life Festival makes St. Mary’s feel a little more southern

    Thebaynet.com - Entertainment 08.23 / 14:43 thebaynet.com
    Country Life Festival highlights the southern…
  12. New Podcast About 'Hogan's Heroes' Star Bob Crane Brings Actor's Story To Life

    Ireachcontent.com - Business 08.23 / 14:35 ireachcontent.com
    WATERBURY, Conn., Aug. 23, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Bob Crane, best known for his starring role on the popular 1960s World War II sitcom Hogan's Heroes and whose 1978 murder remains unsolved, was the subject of a 2015 biography. Now a new podcast hosted by one of Crane's…
  13. Teeth Whitening for Life Now Offered by Drs. Steven White and Brad Haines, Dentists in Cornelius, NC

    Bio-medicine.org - Medecine 08.23 / 14:35 bio-medicine.org
    Cornelius, NC (PRWEB) August 23, 2017 Drs. Steven White and Brad Haines are pleased to announce an exclusive promotion for teeth whitening in Cornelius, NC. By taking advantage of this offer, valued at more than $300 per year, new patients can enjoy a lifetime of brighter smiles. With…
  14. THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE: No one knew firefighter gave life in line of duty in 1941 … until cadets did research

    Theobserver.com - Kearny 08.23 / 14:26 theobserver.com
    This is the story of a hero. A man who fought in two wars and then dedicated two decades to serving and protecting the people of Kearny. He gave his life in that service. Yet, for more than 75 years, he and his ultimate sacrifice were forgotten. That is now being rectified. Continue Reading &…
  15. What is Your Life Trying to Tell You?

    Workingmother.com - Lifestyle 08.23 / 14:26 workingmother.com
    Creating Balance in an Unbalanced World And will you listen? At a recent workshop for seasoned small business owners, I was visiting with two long-time entrepreneurs who both shared they were getting signs it was time to let…
  16. Western State to celebrate life and work of Staunton's Allen Layman who died in July fire

    Newsleader.com - Staunton 08.23 / 14:14 newsleader.com
    Allen F. Layman's life will be honored and remembered next Wednesday at Western State…
  17. How orange peels helped barren land in Costa Rica spring back to life

    Inhabitat.com - Lifestyle 08.23 / 14:13 inhabitat.com
    Back in the 1990's, two ecologists suggested orange juice manufacturer Del Oro donate some of their land near a national park in Costa Rica, with the return they'd be able to deposit agricultural waste for free on degraded land. Del Oro agreed and dumped 1,000 truckloads orange pulp and peels on the barren land. Today, that area is a thriving forest. A team of researchers led by Princeton University journeyed to the forest to discover just how much that food trash transformed the forest -…
  18. NASA considers puncturing Yellowstone supervolcano to save life on Earth

    Inhabitat.com - Lifestyle 08.23 / 14:13 inhabitat.com
    As the gaze of the United States, carefully protected by glasses, faced towards the cosmos this week, the more anxious among us may have worried about potentially more harmful interstellar phenomenon, such as asteroids and comets. As devastating as such an event would be, a new study from NASA's Jet Propulsion unit has determined that the threat of a supervolcanic eruption to life on Earth may be more pressing than any interstellar collissions with Earth. Such an eruption from a…
  19. Quick acting physicians save golfer's life

    Hometownlife.com - Farmington 08.23 / 14:09 hometownlife.com
    Golfer’s life saved at Plum Hollow Country Club by quick acting p…
  20. Quick acting physicians save golfer's life

    Hometownlife.com - Novi 08.23 / 14:09 hometownlife.com
    Golfer’s life saved at Plum Hollow Country Club by quick acting p…