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Kurt Vonnegut Documentary on the Verge of Being Completed

Robert Weide‘s documentary about author Kurt Vonnegut began production in 1988. The pair boarded a train at Grand Central Station bound for Buffalo and spent the eight-hour journey talking. All these years later, it looks like Weide, together with Don Argott, is finally going to get to complete the film. Show More Summary

Kurt Vonnegut Documentary on the Verge of Being Completed

Robert Weide‘s documentary about author Kurt Vonnegut began production in 1988. The pair boarded a train at Grand Central Station bound for Buffalo and spent the eight-hour journey talking. All these years later, it looks like Weide, together with Don Argott, is finally going to get to complete the film. Show More Summary

TV Club: New Girl: “Walk Of Shame”

Sitcoms and second chances go hand in hand. So many of the greats begin with characters beginning again: Mary Richards moves to Minneapolis and secures a job at a local TV station through sheer force of spunk. Diane Chambers is left behind by her fiancé in a subterranean Boston bar and decides to stop waiting (for him) and start waiting (on tables). Show More Summary

Elisha Cuthbert At Center Of Twitter Fueled Sex Scandal

Elisha Cuthbert wants an apology from Canadian television station TSN after a report it aired claimed the actress was cheating on her husband. Elisha Cuthbert is married to NHL player Dion Phaneuf, but TSN aired a tweet it apparently...Show More Summary

UFO Red Flash Near Space Station Seen On New NASA Video — Another Laser Blast In Space?

The fifth UFO sighting at the International Space Station since last October turned up in a NASA video feed Tuesday, and it didn’t take long for a hard-working UFO hunter to get the video excerpt up on YouTube, where anyone can take a look and decide what the bizarre phenomena could actually be. Show More Summary

Stunning Image Shows the Incredible Size of the International Space Station During Weekend Spacewalk

In a cool new picture of a spacewalk on the International Space Station, the Daily Mail questions, “Can you spot the astronaut?” It’s tougher than one would think and the

‘Space Invaders’-Inspired Mosaic by Street Artist Invader Orbits Earth Aboard the International Space Station

3 hours agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

A Space Invaders-inspired tile mosaic by street artist Invader has been taken, rather appropriately, to space. The piece, entitled Space2, has been repeatedly photographed aboard the International Space Station over the past two months. It’s unclear how it got there but Italian astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti seems a likely culprit. Space2 is not the only Invader […]

Some Illinois Police Stations Now Offering Safe Spaces For Craigslist Sales

Sure takes the fun out of attempting to find a total stranger in a crowded and very public Starbucks to barter for their random goods. [ more › ]

Turkey Point Power Station and its Ecosystem

Russ Finley writes about his visit to Florida where he got to see the unique ecosystem in the area of the Turkey Point Power Station.

What Music Do Sex Workers Like?

All photos by the author Just six miles outside Nevada’s capital, on the same stretch of highway filled with fast-food chains and gas stations, my phone tells me America’s most famous brothel is just ahead. It was hard to imagine the...Show More Summary

Milwaukee Station Names Morning Anchor

WISN, the Milwaukee ABC affiliate, has named Melinda Davenport co-anchor of the morning news. According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Davenport has been filling in as co-anchor for the show since December. She joined the station...Show More Summary

On the Market: Pac Heights' Most Underwhelming Mansion Lists for $10.95M

When a house lists above $10 million, we usually expect a princely turret or two, some Ken Fulk pixie dust, or maybe some mild-mannered Italianate glory served up with a Tesla charging station. Even for new construction, we'd at...

Eviction Wars: Tenants of the anticapitalist live-work community...

Tenants of the anticapitalist live-work community Station 40 at 16th and Mission streets held a protest at the 16th Street BART plaza to protest their upcoming eviction. The building is zoned as commercial space, and its owners claim that they...

Audrey Washington Leaves WVIT

Audrey Washington said goodbye to Hartford, Conn. NBC owned station WVIT last Friday. There’s no word where Washington is headed. She thanked viewers on her facebook page before writing, “Exciting things to come!!!” Washington worked at WJAR in Providence, R.I.. Show More Summary

Emergency Mediterranean SAR Needs Crowdfunding

Mediterranean SAR operation needs crowdfunding to save lives in 2015   The independent Search and Rescue (SAR) operation MOAS (Migrant Offshore Aid Station) is

Winter Lovin’: 5 Projects Envigorate Idle Lifeguard Stations

Don't let winter stop your beach trip! These 5 projects are temporarily on Toronto's beaches for an art wonderland.

“Filming”

Is this where y’all film the news? When I worked, as a poodle-headed youth, at my first TV news job in Mississippi, I’d hear that question.  It would come from folks touring WTVA-TV.  They would ask it upon entering the station’s airy studio, a familiar sight for viewers of Tupelo’s only TV station. Why, of […]

Mary-Louise Parker to Star in ‘Heinsenberg’ Off Broadway

9 hours agoEntertainment : ArtsBeat

Simon Stephens's “Heisenberg,” about the spark lit when a woman kisses a much older man at a London train station, will begin its run in May.

News anchor and reporter brawl in Hooters parking lot

Local stations like to promote their news staffs as a team, friendly, neighborly and together as one. So it’s news when we hear of a fistfight between an anchor and a reporter. It’s even more so when it reportedly happens at a Hooters restaurant. Show More Summary

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