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  • James Taylor to Stage Special Concerts Aboard the "Queen Mary 2" Next Summer

    James Taylor to Stage Special Concerts Aboard the "Queen Mary 2" Next Summer

    James Taylor will help the famed Queen Mary 2 ocean liner celebrate its 10th anniversary this coming summer by playing a pair of concerts during the ship’s transatlantic voyage from New York to Southampton, England.  The eight-day voyage will begin on August 27, 2014, and will stop in Halifax, Canada, en route to the U.K. Taylor’s nautical concerts will be held in the ship’s intimate Royal Court Theatre.  The folk-rock legend took a similar trip with his family on the Queen Mary 2 in 2009, and also entertained fellow travelers with a show during that excursion.  In addition, Taylor used… Read more

  • Alec Baldwin Turns to Humor in Wake of Run-In with Photog

    Alec Baldwin Turns to Humor in Wake of Run-In with Photog

    (NEW YORK) — Alec Baldwin is using his comedic skills to try to ease some of the tension created when he was captured on video hurling what sounded like a gay slur at a photographer outside his New York City home last week. The actor was speaking at a major tech conference in San Francisco on Wednesday when he asked a member of his crew to stand up.  Then, according to TMZ, Baldwin joked, “I want you to be my lover, Matt.” He added, “I love you, Matt. I love you in that way.” The audience laughed and Baldwin noted… Read more

  • Former "Hills" Star Whitney Port Is Engaged

    Former "Hills" Star Whitney Port Is Engaged

    (LOS ANGELES) — Former Hills star Whitney Port is engaged to boyfriend Tim Rosenman, her rep confirmed to ABC News. The pair met on the set of Port’s MTV spinoff, The City, where Rosenman worked as an associate producer. Port, 26, and Rosenman went public with their romance in February 2012. There’s no word yet on when the two plan to wed. Copyright 2013 ABC News Radio

  • Monty Python's Flying Circus Confirms July Reunion Show

    Monty Python's Flying Circus Confirms July Reunion Show

    (LONDON) — Forty-four years after Monty Python’s Flying Circus debuted on BBC TV, and 15 years after they last publicly appeared on stage together, the five surviving members of the legendary British comedy troupe confirmed Thursday that they are, indeed, reuniting. At a London press conference, the Pythons — John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, and Michael Palin — said they’d perform a live stage show at London’s O2 Arena on July 1 of next year.  The performance would be a mix of classic Monty Python sketches, with some new material.  And if all goes well, a limited… Read more

  • New Dinosaur that Rivaled T-Rex Discovered in Utah

    New Dinosaur that Rivaled T-Rex Discovered in Utah

    (CHICAGO) — Meet the biggest bully from 100 million years ago that even rivaled the mighty tyrannosaurus rex. The discovery of the siats meekeroreum, a new dinosaur species, was announced Friday by Chicago’s Field Museum of Natural History. The partial skeleton of the meat-eating predator, which weighed more than four tons and was 30 feet long, was found by paleontologists in Utah’s Cedar Mountain Formation in 2008. After years of careful excavation and cleaning of the fossils, the new species was officially announced. “We were thrilled to discover the first dinosaur of its kind in North America and add to… Read more

  • An early morning home invasion resulted in a homicide early Friday

    SANFORD–Lee County Sheriff Tracy Carter has identified the man killed in a home invasion at his home on Hickory Nut Court early Friday as 45 year old Anthony Wayne Giles, a local logger. Authorities are seeking a suspect who was allegedly wearing a sweatshirt with the words “Sheriff’s Department”. He is described as black with short dreadlocks, wearing tan cargo pants and carrying an assault type rifle. He allegedly responded that he was the sheriff when Mrs. Giles answered the door around 5:48 am. He didn’t harm her or the children, but did tie her up. More local news can… Read more

  • 100,000 Weapons of War Stored in America's Repository of Pain

    100,000 Weapons of War Stored in America's Repository of Pain

    (WASHINGTON) — Just outside the nation’s capital, amid suburban trappings like yogurt shops and yoga studios, chain sports bars and fast food franchises, sits a nondescript building few could guess contains the legacy of two wars terrorists fought with hidden bombs. It’s the FBI’s repository of pain. Inside the brightly-lit and highly secure warehouse that evokes Raiders of The Lost Ark, the Bureau has neatly stockpiled a “bomb library” of 100,000 remnants of improvised explosive devices, called IEDs, recovered by the U.S. military from battlegrounds mostly in Iraq and Afghanistan. They’ve been collected to examine as evidence and intelligence on… Read more

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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