Theater: Glorious "Spring," Sugar "Daddy," Stingy Stein - Huffington Post In the Spotlight Series: Deaf West's SPRING AWAKENING Revival - Broadway World 10/3/2015 - 11:37 am | View Link
Who will win the Booker? - Straits Times ... in your mouth", "You will swim in a river of red ... is something unsettling in how the mystery of ... failures, quirks and faults and ... 10/3/2015 - 5:10 am | View Link
Countdown:165 Greatest American Movies (30-165) *UPDATED* - Breitbart.com ... adventures to be discovered in the mystery of ... psychological horror classic reveals itself as ... Red River (1948) “I didn’t know the ... 10/2/2015 - 2:57 pm | View Link
Satellite tracking reveals where the wild peregrines go - PhysOrg.com ... by the Great Lakes to the north and the Mississippi River to the west. ... and what they might be learning from the interactions remain a ... 10/2/2015 - 7:15 am | View Link
The DVD Wrapup: The Connection, Aloft, Duke of Burgundy, Patricio ... - MCN The opening scene in Aloft reveals a line of cars and trucks, some of ... The great unsolved mystery of Bill Clinton remains why he would risk 10/2/2015 - 5:59 am | View Link
The Lost River Trailer Reveals Ryan Gosling’s Directorial Debut “Ryan is one of the most exciting actors of his generation and ‘Lost River’ reveals that he is also one of its most ... Her teenage son Bones (De Casestecker) discovers a mystery about the origins of Lost River that triggers his curiosity and sets ... 02/3/2015 - 5:34 am | View Link
Sundance: 'Take Me to the River' Is a Tantalizing Southern Gothic Matt Sobel's debut never fully reveals the nature of its central, coming-of-age mystery, which is exactly what makes it a bold Sundance viewing experience. Sundance NEXT entry "Take Me to the River" is director Matt Sobel's fascinating first feature. 01/31/2015 - 4:09 pm | View Link
Mystery still surrounds groups eyeing casino licenses There have been rumors and rumblings about developers eyeing sites in Fall River, Bridgewater and even the Brockton Fairgrounds, but nobody is willing to match potential developers with locations. The site is no secret in Somerset. It’s 100 prime, town ... 01/12/2015 - 8:13 pm | View Link
The Evolution of River North Dance “In the poem, Douglas reveals the mystery of living in memory, the reminiscence of a past love and the permanence beyond flesh,” Perez said in River North Dance Chicago press release. “I could not think of a better way to present ‘Flesh’ for the ... 10/8/2014 - 6:30 am | View Link
River North Dance Chicago's 25th Anniversary Season to Open with 'SILVER,' 8/8-11 at Harris Theater Celebrating a milestone 25th Anniversary Season, River North Dance Chicago (RNDC ... Said Pérez, "In the poem, Douglas reveals the mystery of living in memory, the reminiscence of a past love and the permanence beyond flesh." The piece was hailed by ... 08/29/2014 - 5:32 am | View Link
The Paluxy River Mystery | The Institute for Creation Research Rarely has a single research project created as much interest and controversy as has the alleged discovery of human and dinosaur footprints together in the limestone ... 10/4/2015 - 12:59 pm | View Website
Mystery of Ghost River (2014) It's 1983 and a group of scouts are on a 21 day canoe trip in northern Ontario. They are haunted by the ghost of Ghost River. Will they solve the mystery of Ghost ... 10/1/2015 - 9:31 pm | View Website
The Mystery of Spoon River (2000) Stephen Moyer reveals seven intriguing facts about Kurt Sutter's new drama, "The Bastard Executioner." Read More 10/1/2015 - 8:52 am | View Website
Polish river reveals 17th century secrets amid drought Other Sciences; Archaeology & Fossils; September 4, 2015; Polish river reveals 17th century secrets amid drought September 4, 2015 by Stanislaw Waszak 09/4/2015 - 11:40 am | View Website
Fossil specimen reveals a new species of ancient river ... Fossil specimen reveals a new species of ancient river dolphin Date: September 1, 2015 Source: Smithsonian Summary: The careful examination of fossil fragments from ... 09/1/2015 - 10:53 am | View Website
Doug McLean By Heart is a series in which authors share and discuss their all-time favorite passages in literature. See entries from Karl Ove Knausgaard, Jonathan Franzen, Amy Tan, Khaled Hosseini, and more. Doug McLean The middle section of Virginia Woolf’s To the Lighthouse is famous for its depiction of time’s ruthless passing.
siSSen / Shutterstock Until quite recently, drinking in America has been strongly associated with maleness. According to one study, as late as 1990 only 80 percent of Americans thought it was acceptable for a woman to be drinking at a bar with friends, compared with 85 percent who thought it was fine for a man to do so.
Zemairy, an Afghan boy, was receiving treatment at a Medicines Sans Frontiers facility in Kunduz, Afghanistan weeks before a U. S. airstrike hit the hospital. Reuters On Saturday, an American airstrike hit a Médecins Sans Frontières (also known as Doctors Without Borders) hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan. Twelve staff members and 10 patients were killed.
redrik Sandberg / TT / AP This year’s Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded to Takaaki Kajita and Arthur B. McDonald for their discover of neutrino oscillations, which show that the subatomic particles have mass. “The discovery has changed our understanding of the innermost workings of matter and can prove crucial to our view of the universe,” the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, which award the prize, said in a statement.
The former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers watches the team play West Ham in 2014. Dylan Martinez / Reuters Whenever news emerges that a soccer club has fired its manager, the cliche most frequently spouted by fans and members of the media is that the ill-fated boss in question “just needed more time.” Brendan Rodgers, the newly sacked manager of the English Premier League’s Liverpool FC, is the latest figure to prompt this line of inquiry: The Independent’s Sam Wallace has pondered the logic of letting Rodgers oversee summer transfers only to sack him a mere two months into the season, while the former Liverpool striker John Aldridge has admitted he “thought Brendan was going to be given a bit more time to turn it around.” Northampton Town’s former manager, Aidy Boothroyd, agrees that soccer managers do in fact need more time—only the currency required is practical hours in a day rather than theoretical weeks to implement a managerial vision.