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Monty Python Reunion Show to Play in Movie Theaters Worldwide

Monty Python Reunion Show to Play in Movie Theaters Worldwide

Monty Python's farewell stage show at London's O2 Arena on July 20th will be broadcast to movie theaters around the world via Picturehouse Entertainment Variety reports Dubbed "The Last Night of Monty Python" the show will be the last of the legendary comedy troupe's five-night reunion run "Monty Python Live...

rollingstone.com (7 hours ago)

FreedomPop aims to undercut world’s smartphone carriers

There’s no denying the idea that FreedomPop is a mobile device carrier out there aiming to shake the industry up a bit. While we’ve not gotten extensive hands-on experience with … Continue reading

slashgear.com (7 hours ago)

The New President Obama School Even Though CPS Closed 50 Schools Last Year

The New President Obama School Even Though CPS Closed 50 Schools Last Year

Chicago Public Schools just announced that they will build a new high school and name it after our current president Barack Obama. This announcement of building a new high school is about a year after the announcement by the unelected mayorally appointed CPS Board of Education to close the most schools in the...

huffingtonpost.com (7 hours ago)

Three Reasons to Steal, Not Copy: Here's How and Why

Three Reasons to Steal, Not Copy: Here's How and Why

Lacking inspiration today? Trying too hard to come up with unique ideas that the world has never seen? Here's an angle for you: "Steal" other people's ideas and put them together in a way that you and only you can. I'm a true believer that nothing is really new in the world; it's just a constant rehash of old or...

huffingtonpost.com (7 hours ago)

GB beat Dutch to retain bronze hope

GB beat Dutch to retain bronze hope

Great Britain retain hope of finishing third in their World Championship group with a 4-3 win over the Netherlands.

bbci.co.uk (7 hours ago)

Big riders mean big horses on Western trails

BOISE, Idaho -- Wranglers in the West who have for decades cashed in on the allure of getting on a horse and setting out on an open trail say they have had to add bigger horses to their stables to help carry larger tourists over the rugged terrain. The ranches say they are using draft horses, the diesels of the...

dailylocal.com (7 hours ago)

Army lessons for Australian business

Well-trained former servicemen and women are a significant asset to the country -- not only as a fighting force but also as a talent pool for the business world.

businessspectator.com.au (7 hours ago)

Interfaith Group Slams Film Scheduled To Be Shown At 9/11 Museum Over Islam Portrayal

Interfaith Group Slams Film Scheduled To Be Shown At 9/11 Museum Over Islam Portrayal

NEW YORK (AP) - A film that will be shown at the National September 11 Memorial Museum when it opens next month unfairly links Islam and terrorism, clergy members said in letters demanding it be changed. "The Rise of Al Qaeda," a brief documentary narrated by NBC anchor Brian Williams, shows the growth of...

huffingtonpost.com (7 hours ago)

Three Reasons to Steal, Not Copy: Here's How and Why

Three Reasons to Steal, Not Copy: Here's How and Why

I'm a true believer that nothing is really new in the world; it's just a constant rehash of old or existing ideas. What's new is how those old ideas are put together, mixed, mashed and clashed, and that is what makes things entirely new and special.

yahoo.com (7 hours ago)

Luminari Arts lights up Commercial’s creativity

Luminari Arts lights up Commercial’s creativity

Write the world from downtown Astoria with an impressive array of note cards, stationery and free postage – just not around Christmas. Take in Astorian Jennifer Goodenberger’s dark but colorful appliq

dailyastorian.com (7 hours ago)

Making and Breaking Waves

Making and Breaking Waves

I first arrived in Palm Beach in 1982 to open a contemporary art gallery on Worth Avenue, one of the most famous retail streets in the world, which I operated for 14 years. During my tenure in this exclusive town, I acquired a small vintage cottage a few steps from the Atlantic Ocean that inspired me to take a...

huffingtonpost.com (7 hours ago)

A Conversation with Irene Hardwicke Olivieri

A Conversation with Irene Hardwicke Olivieri

Many artists concern themselves with the tempo and vagaries of the art world. Others are directed by a singular inner vision and follow that path wherever it leads them. Irene Hardwicke Olivieri is one of those artists. I first saw her work in a gallery in the East Village in Manhattan. I immediately connected to...

huffingtonpost.com (7 hours ago)

Remembering Mark Shand, His Elephants and Adventures

Remembering Mark Shand, His Elephants and Adventures

Mark Roland Shand, 62, was a remarkable character. Sadly he died yesterday in New York after a charity auction, he had been at Sothebys raising money for his passion, saving the Endangered Asian Elephant with his charity, Elephant Family. Everything Mark did was serious, funny or in British terms, plain eccentric....

huffingtonpost.com (7 hours ago)

Visa's profit beats estimates as card users spend more

(Reuters) - Visa Inc , the world's largest credit and debit card company, reported a higher-than-expected 26 percent rise in quarterly profit as consumers spent more using cards on its network.

reuters.com (7 hours ago)

Nadal safely into Barcelona Open quarters

World number one Rafael Nadal maintained his quest for a ninth Barcelona Open title with a comfortable 6-3, 6-3 over Ivan Dodig.

abc.net.au (7 hours ago)

World Briefing: China’s Legislature Votes to Toughen Environmental Protection Law

The revised law, which will take effect next year, will allow for stricter punishments of companies or individuals caught polluting the environment.

nytimes.com (7 hours ago)

Girl, 3, Led Her Blind Father On Foot For 4 Hours To Get Supplies In War-Torn South Sudan

Girl, 3, Led Her Blind Father On Foot For 4 Hours To Get Supplies In War-Torn South Sudan

One little girl puts a name and a face to the struggles of so many in South Sudan. Nyakhat Pal, 3, walked for four hours with her elderly and blind father, Pal Dhul, in order to reach a relief station in South Sudan, a UNICEF communication specialist reported. Nyakhat acts as her father's eyes, guiding him with a...

huffingtonpost.com (7 hours ago)

Gotham Greens Is Pushing The Scale Of Urban Agriculture With Their Tasty, Pesticide-Free Veggies

Gotham Greens Is Pushing The Scale Of Urban Agriculture With Their Tasty, Pesticide-Free Veggies

When you think of farming, New York City may be one of the last places that come to mind. But Gotham Greens, an urban greenhouse business, is reversing that mindset and linking urban areas with agriculture. Co-founded in 2008 by Viraj Puri and Eric Haley with the goal of advancing urban agriculture, Gotham Greens...

huffingtonpost.com (7 hours ago)

An American Behind the Gun in the Israeli Army

An American Behind the Gun in the Israeli Army

Those of us who keep an eye on current events know that things are starting to heat up once again in Israel. Last week, during the Jewish holiday of Passover, a barrage of rockets poured into the Jewish state from Gaza. It is times like these that I reconnect to the days of serving in the Israeli Defense Forces,...

huffingtonpost.com (7 hours ago)

Aging Gracelessly

Aging Gracelessly

In the New York Times Book Review, Adam Kirsch laments a lost love -- the poetry of T.S. Eliot. Kirsch recalls his early infatuation: "It was not until I read 'The Waste Land' as a teenager that I began to think I might want to be a poet myself." Eliot's poetry was a challenge to the young writer, and consequently a...

huffingtonpost.com (7 hours ago)

New Xbox One price cut sees console fall to just £310, despite recent sales fillip

New Xbox One price cut sees console fall to just £310, despite recent sales fillip

Another third-party retailer has unofficially trimmed the Microsoft's Xbox One console to its lowest UK price yet. The Overclockers UK website began Thursday selling the console-only package for just £310, which is a full £119 off Microsoft's original £429 asking price. While that deal has now sold out, the site is...

techradar.com (7 hours ago)

UNESCO: Cell phones key to literacy in developing world

Survey says: Mobile phones, not books, are turning more people into readers.

usatoday.com (7 hours ago)

A Guide To The Rana Plaza Tragedy, And Its Implications, In Bangladesh

One year ago today, April 24, the world watched with horror as a concrete building known as “Rana Plaza” cracked, buckled and ultimately collapsed atop the garment workers inside its factories. It would turn out to be the worst accident in the garment industry anywhere. More than 1,100 people were killed, and 2,500...

forbes.com (7 hours ago)

Summer movie preview; Director aims to amaze again in ‘Spider-Man’ sequel

In the middle of his international publicity tour, filmmaker Marc Webb is realizing how important Spider-Man is around the world. “It’s mind-boggling. It’s bizarre for me,” Webb said in a recent phone interview from Rome. “It reminds you how big Spider-Man is. The level of enthusiasm totally transcends borders.”...

sltrib.com (7 hours ago)

Special screenings: Sundance movies ‘Alive Inside’ and ‘The Lunchbox’ are back

‘Luna Mesa’ The premiere screening of “Luna Mesa” by cult filmmaker Trent Harris. When a young beauty finds her much-older lover dead in their hotel room, Luna is led around the world, and beyond, as she searches for the cause of his death. Her journey will eventually connect her heart with the divine. Harris will...

sltrib.com (7 hours ago)

England post too good to turn down says Farbrace

England post too good to turn down says Farbrace

England's new assistant coach Paul Farbrace admitted on Thursday that it was impossible turn down the job even though he will have mixed feelings when he faces former employers Sri Lanka next month Farbrace was lured away from his role as Sri Lanka coach by the opportunity to work as number two to new England head...

yahoo.com (7 hours ago)

Brazil's Scolari confirms 9 names for World Cup

Brazil's Scolari confirms 9 names for World Cup

SAO PAULO (AP) - Coach Luis Felipe Scolari has confirmed nine players who will make Brazil's squad for the World Cup at home.

yahoo.com (7 hours ago)

Microsoft Gets a Boost From the Cloud

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Microsoft was adding on more than 2% in extended-hours trading after reporting better-than-expected fiscal 2014 third quarter earnings and in-line revenue amid a surge in Azure, Office 365 and Surface sales. "This quarter's results demonstrate the strength of our business, as well as the...

thestreet.com (7 hours ago)

Why Microsoft (MSFT) Stock Is Gaining After-Hours

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Microsoft was gaining 2.7% to $40.95 in after-hours trading Thursday after beating analysts' expectations for earnings and revenue in the fiscal third quarter. The software maker reported earnings of 68 cents a share, beating the FactSet estimate of 63 cents a share by 5 cents. The company...

thestreet.com (7 hours ago)

The World's Most Expensive Restaurant Is Where?

The World's Most Expensive Restaurant Is Where?

We've stumbled upon the world's most expensive restaurant, and it's completely incredible. While the chef was able to describe it in just a few words (passion, gastronomy, radically different), we've created a list of the most important things to know about this crazy dining experience. Take the Sublimotion tour by...

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