Castle season 8 episode 20 sees the investigation of the murder of an actor who went from starring in movies to trying his hand at a Broadway role. Along the way in "Much Ado About Murder," Castle gets kidnapped by a drug lord, Beckett...Show More Summary
he ceo of bmw’s m division has conceded that the company is fast approaching the practical limit of how much power can be sent to the rear wheels only, and hinted that the future high-output m cars like the m5 and m6 may have to adopt an all-wheel drive layout. Show More Summary
Laremy Tunsil’s agent claims the leaked texts on his Instagram admitting to taking money at Ole Miss were taken out of context.
While our aging republic is setting itself up for the most regrettable choice of presidential candidates in its history, how are the American people occupying themselves? Watching TV, of course — especially the antics of Lena Dunham and other habitually naked and/or potty-mouthed pay-cable darlings. Rewarding Beyoncé for taking a baseball bat to multiple car [...]Show More Summary
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Official episodic photos for Castle season 8 episode 20, "Much Ado About Murder," airing Monday, May 2. From ABC: "After a movie star turned theater actor is mysteriously killed, Castle and Beckett go backstage and learn the star had more to worry about than just his lines."
The conventional wisdom that United States v. Texas would be one of the handful of 4-4 ties in the post-Scalia era looks pretty wise indeed. After an hour and a half of argument and huge masses of demonstrators outside the courthouse...Show More Summary
Another Fireflyreunion is coming to Castle! TVLine reports that Jewel Staite will guest star on the ABC crime drama in the May 2 episode, "Much Ado About Murder," as a Broadway director whose movie-star lead ends up being murdered. "There are some great scenes between her, Nathan [Fillion] and the... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Castle
A number of things are happening with Citi signup bonuses all at around the same time: offers disappearing, new signup rules, and new card designs. What does it all mean? Let’s review… Citi moves from 18 months to 24 month churn rule...Show More Summary
Huge Week everyone! We have Pac/Bradley, Joshua/Martin, Ramirez/Abraham and much more! Check your remaining doubles and triples here. So without further ado, "Let's get it get it get it!" For those that haven't played before, welcome to the best pick'em game going. Show More Summary
Now that the FBI has magically cracked an iPhone used by San Bernardino gunman Syed Farook, the vitriol has calmed down in Apple's very public battle in defense of privacy. Apple's hardened stance in its 6 week defense against the FBI raises a broader question about the tension between commercial interests and public safety in modern free economies. Show More Summary
This year, like many previous years, has seen much ado about the so-called “mystery boom” phenomenon, with reports of loud bangs and crashes stemming from areas that, for those who keep up with this sort of thing, might be considered “the usual suspects.” Particularly, the Northeastern United...
By Weston Berg, Research Analyst, State Policy Much like the proverbial ‘juice’ by which it’s often referred, electricity can go a long way for those who make a habit of squeezing every last drop of what they have. When everyone adopts this mindset, we all win, freeing up resources to dedicate to other critical […]
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Much ado has been made about the ways the world perceives how women speak: Do we say "like" too much? Are we addled by vocal fry? Are we up-speaking, apologizing too much, justifying everything we say so that no one thinks we are too confident? While the best answer to... More »
William Shakespeare's 17th century battle of the sexes masterpiece, Much Ado About Nothing, makes its way to the Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse, with the opening reception set for Sat., March 5, at 7:30 p.m. Directed by Laura Cole, director...Show More Summary
Over the course of this presidential election cycle there has been much ado about economic justice, income inequality and the disappearance of the middle class. No one has argued these realities more forcefully than the candidates on both extremities of our political spectrum. Show More Summary
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) says there are no outstanding issues remaining over a recently released 2014 audit of Canada’s meat, poultry, and egg inspection systems by the United States. CFIA also says Canada’s trade with the U.S. was never impacted. Responding to reports that mostly originated with the Toronto Globe and Mail —often... Continue Reading
Much ado has been made of Russia’s so-called LGBTQ anti-propaganda law, making it a crime to promote “non-traditional sexual relationships” to minors. We’ve also heard horror stories of beatings by antigay gangs — events so shocking and drastic that they manage to attract worldwide attention. But what is it really like to be a young [...]
When the Tax Hound began its monthly investigations a year ago, we had the modest goal of making tax policy relevant to the every-day concerns of the average taxpayer. At the time, I was drunk with wonky excitement (if that’s possible). “We elect a new president in a year, and we can help make tax […] The post Much Ado About Everything But Tax Plans appeared first on TaxVox.