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Daredevil Recap: These Are the Facts

And just after complaining about those less-than gory fight sequences, we get some doozies in this one. John Healy (Alex Morf) reads like a cross between Walter Goggins, but when he was on Community, with a little bit of, well, Joss Whedon. His earnest request about bowling contrasts nicely with... More »

Two Canucks ejected after illegal hit, taunting injured Predators player

Alex Burrows and Kevin Bieksa crossed some lines on Tuesday. The Vancouver Canucks created an ugly moment in Nashville on Tuesday that resulted in two Canucks getting tossed and one Predators player suffering an injury. Late in the third...Show More Summary

Ted Cruz, Country Boy

Even MSNBC has its limits — so learned Jamilah Lemieux earlier this week, when she crossed the rhetorical line on the network’s afternoon program Now with Alex Wagner. Responding to Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz’s remark...Show More Summary

Around Town - James Patterson: The Rise and Rise of the World's Biggest Author

Fri 08 May James Patterson has been the world’s best-selling author since 2001. How does he do it? The young adult author largely known for the Alex Cross series...

‘Ad hominem’ is not Latin for ‘I cannot rebut your argument’

Cross posted from Pruning Shears. Jonathan Chait’s latest adventure in pointless contrarianism has already been wrestled to the ground and noogied, with Alex Pareene doing an especially delightful job. The short version is this. With the exception of the incident at the top of the article (about which: intimidation, violence and threats of violence are [...]

Is Reconciliation a Realistic Response to Sectarianism? Thoughts from Journey Towards Healing Seminar on Sectarianism

3 months agoNews : Slugger O'Toole

Sectarianism was the topic of last night’s Journey Towards Healing seminar at the Balmoral Hotel in Belfast. Fr Gary Donegan of Holy Cross in North Belfast, Jim Gibney of Sinn Féin and journalist Alex Kane covered a range of issues, some of which seemed to take the discussion quite far away from the topic of more...

Is This “Self-Destructing” Book The Future Of Reading? 

image via youtube screen capture I’ve never read anything by James Patterson, author of the massively popular Alex Cross series, as well as numerous other bestselling thrillers and mystery stories. But, after hearing how his latest book is being promoted, I’ll admit, I’m intrigued. Show More Summary

January 13, 2015: Dark Matter – from cast to characters!

Today, we shot two of the most important scenes of this first season (if not the entire series), and every member of our cast – Marc Bendavid, Melissa O’Neil, Anthony Lemke, Alex Mallari Jr., Jodelle Ferland, Roger Cross, and Zoie Palmer – delivered BIGTIME.  Sitting at the monitors, watching them in their first scene together, […]

Hollywood Won’t Give Up on Some Directors

In October 2012, Alex Cross was promoted by the full faith an effort of Summit Entertainment as a would-be hit. Before the film was even released, Double Crossed, another book in James Patterson’s detective series, had been greenlitShow More Summary

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain: Updates on Arsenal Star's Groin and Return

The Emirates Stadium's injury list could suffer another addition this week after it emerged Alex Oxlade -Chamberlain felt a recurrence of his groin strain in Saturday's 4-1 win over Newcastle United. The Mirror's John Cross reports the...Show More Summary

Patrick Wilson and Matthew Fox Join Bone Tomahawk

7 months agoFilm / New Releases : Coming Soon

Patrick Wilson (The Conjuring, Insidious) is set to star opposite Kurt Russell in Caliber Media?s Bone Tomahawk. Matthew Fox (Alex Cross, World War Z) is also joining the cast that includes Richard Jenkins (The Cabin in the Woods).

Cops Cross Wrong People On Both Coasts

by Alex Pareene Speaking of cops: Two illuminating stories of officer-involved citizen interactions came across my Twitter feed within a few hours of each other. They occurred at opposite ends of the country, only one ended in an arrest, and neither ended in any serious injury or death, but they both illustrate what happens when […]

On the Move, 8/12/14

Greg Adaline has been named morning anchor at WVUE in New Orleans. He comes from WLNS in Lansing, Mich. Alex Kirchner joins WREX in Rockford, Ill., as chief meteorologist. He previously worked at WXOW in La Crosse, Wis. Audrey Savage has been named vice president of sales at Telemundo San Antonio. Show More Summary

Mediterranean favorite Momed opens a new location in Atwater Village

Alex Sarkissian, owner of eastern Mediterranean restaurant Momed in Beverly Hills, has opened a second location, this one in the Atwater Crossing development in Atwater Village. The indoor-outdoor restaurant that occupies more than 7,000 square feet of space in an industrial building on La...

Open Thread: Pay Your Debt, Thad

Alex MacGillis, at TNR, has a couple suggestions for the Senator from Mississippi: … It is hard to overstate the significance and historical ironies of black Mississippians crossing party lines to rescue a senior member of the state’s Republican establishment. Show More Summary

Unaccompanied Minors Crossing the Border–The Facts

Alex Nowrasteh Over the last few weeks, the media has been abuzz with stories of unaccompanied minors coming across the border and being apprehended by Customs and Border Protections (CBP). Many of the facts on the ground are fuzzy because we do not have a complete picture of all of the relevant data. Show More Summary

John Maginnis, 1948-2014

11 months agoSociety & Culture : The Awl

by Alex Balk Political analyst John Maginnis, whose The Last Hayride and Cross to Bear are not only two of the greatest books written about Louisiana politics, but are also pretty high on the list of greatest books about Southern politics, and merit appearances on the list of greatest books about American politics in general, has died. Show More Summary

Animal Crossing tale of mother's love retold for Mother's Day

You may already know the tale of a child connecting with their mother via Animal Crossing - it's an older story, one we brought to you back in 2007. Now that story has been retold by artist Alex Cherry, and it's just as inspiring. Happy Mother's Day...

Want To Brush Up On Your Potions?

Alex Heimbach points Harry Potter superfans to Hogwarts is Here: The website works as a sort of cross between a MOOC (massive open online course) and an RPG (a role-playing game, like Dungeons & Dragons). You start by creating an account and choosing a house. (No sorting hat here, unfortunately.) I went with Ravenclaw, which seemed fitting for […]

I Wonder How Many People Tripped And Fell While Watching This On Their Phones

by Alex Balk "What would happen if 1,500 pedestrians walked across the famous crossing in front of Tokyo’s Shibuya Station while using their smartphones? Only 36 percent would make it to the other side because many would bump into each other or fall, according to a computer simulation by NTT Docomo Inc. Show More Summary

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